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Frequent Questions

Who do I call if I see a pothole, a drain that need cleaning,
a STOP sign that needs replacing, etc.?

Please call or email our Mayor.

How do I update or access the Rolling Fields directory?

You may update your contact information in the "Directory" tab on this website.  There is one registration (user ID/Password) per household.  Within the household, multiple contacts can be listed.  We encourage everyone to list an eMail and or Cell phone for urgent and/or regular communication.

When is garbage pickup?

Regularly scheduled pickup is twice a week - Tues and Fri. 
Tuesday: Garbage and Yard Waste (Leaves/Branches Bundled) left at the curb.
Friday: Garbage and Recycling (Bin or Roller Bin) left at the curb.

Larger Rolling Containers: Residents can either purchase larger Rolling Containers from a local hardware or from Waste Management.   These large rolling bins can be left by the house for pick-up but will be left at the curb after being emptied.

EXCEPT on Holiday weeks - New Year's Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day.  When holiday is on a Monday, both collections will be made one day later in the week,  Where holiday is observed on other days, then collection will be one day later in the week. Recycling is inlcuded 

What can I do about my neighbor's barking dog?

Ask the owner if they are aware their dog is disturbing you.  If you don't get the response you hoped for, a Metro Ordinance formally addresses all animal issues... including barking.
Click HERE for the Metro Ordinance:

What about those political signs?

Political signage may be displayed only in a 30-day prior to election period and must be taken down within 7 days after the election.  For more information click HERE:

Can I cut my own grass?

Absolutely. The only restrictions regarding lawn maintenance are on commercial lawn services - the ones where equipment riders wear those orange earmuffs. However, we do ask that you be mindful of any outside activities or entertaining that your neighbors have scheduled.

What can I do about persistent loud noise?

Metro Louisville has a noise ordinance that tries to memorialize what most people maintain is common sense.  If it is loud and it is persistent, it probably is in violation.  Click HERE for the Metro Noise ordinance -