Welcome to the City of Worthington Hills!

We are a community of approximately 675 families, located in eastern Jefferson County on Westport Road, and near the Chamberlain Lane Ford Plant.  Residents, tenants, and visitors within our city limits are governed by all laws, codes, regulations, and ordinances of the United States of America, Commonwealth of Kentucky, Louisville-Jefferson County Metro Government, and City of Worthington Hills.

City Meetings are held the 3rd Tuesday of each month at 7 PM in the Meeting Room at the Holiday Inn Express located at 3711 Chamberlain Lane.

Open Records Requests Instructions

Trash, Recycling, and Other Waste Pickup Instructions


Halloween 2019er

October 31st
5:30 - 8:30 PM

 Middlesex Drive and Bay Tree Way repaving to COWH's city limit


Project to take place during the week of October 25, 2021

Milling is scheduled to begin on Monday, October 25th and the asphalt repaving begins Friday, October 29th.  No “COWH Street Parking Permits” for visitors will be issued for Middlesex Drive and Bay Tree Way (to COWH's city limit) during the repaving project.  Any vehicle illegally parked in the project area anytime during this project, is subject to being towed at the owner's expense.  Please don't schedule any construction or renovation for your property during this project's time period.  If you have lawn service or other services, which temporarily park on the street, please advise them about the parking restrictions during this project.

Thank you in advance for your cooperation.


Need a COWH 1-Day Visitor Street Parking Permit?

Call our Public Safety & Health Commissioner, Dennis Metcalf, at (502) 243-8415 ext 1

Parking permits must be displayed on the driver's side of the dashbord, and are only valid until 12 Midnight Sunday - Thursday, and 2 AM on Friday & Saturday nights.  Vehicles parked on a City street or on an unpaved surface after dark without a parking permit are subject to being ticketed by LMPD.

Overnight parking on any street or on an unpaved surface within our City is not allowed for public safety reasons.


What You Need to Know about Coronavirus

For the latest updates, you can visit this link


Volunteers are needed immediately

Community Festival – Date & Time to be determined

We’re hoping to introduce an annual event this year, a ‘Community Festival’.  This fun filled social gettogether is planned for mid to late September or early October.  Funding for this event will be included in our Annual Budget, so there’s an immediate need for volunteers to begin planning it now.

Please email our City Clerk, Bev Lush, to volunteer for either or both events.

City Directory

All Emergencies – Dial 911

Before You Dig – Dial 811

Public Safety & Health Commissioner - Dennis Metcalf
(502) 243-8415 ext 1

Utilities Commissioner - Susan Maupin
(502) 243-8415 ext 2

Road Maintenance Commissioner - Crystal Adams
(502) 243-8415 ext 3

Property Maintenance CommissionerHarold Hall
(502) 243-8415 ext 4

City Clerk - Beverly Lush
(502) 243-8415 ext 5

City Treasurer - Dan Small
(502) 243-8415 ext 6

City Attorney - Steve Schwager
(502) 243-8415 ext 7

Mayor - Robert Stonum
(502) 243-8415 ext 8

Request for Tax Information
Protocol Instructions and Form
(Tax Info requests via phone call, email, or fax aren't accepted)

General Information
(502) 243-8415 ext 0 (voice mail)

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