Current Events and Notices
Citywide Curfew Sept 23 through Sept 26
By Executive Order 20-06, the City of St. Matthews is under a curfew beginning Sept. 23. Residents must remain in their residence and stay off common area during the hours of 9:00 PM to 6:30 AM the following morning through the morning of September 26.
SeniorCare Experts Event Hero's at Heart October 16
A luncheon honoring volunteers with SeniorCare Experts will be held on Oct. 16, noon until 2:00 PM at The Olmstead. If you’d like to attend or please click here for tickets.
If you’d like to nominate a volunteer or be a sponsor for Hero’s at Heart or the Sippn’ for Seniors event next spring please click here for more information.
Halloween in Brown Park October 24
Load up your kids and prepare for a Halloween in Brown Park like you have never experienced before. In extreme precautions of COVID-19, Halloween in Brown Park will not be held in Brown Park this year and it will look a little differently.
The event will be held October 24 from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. at the Mall St. Matthews. Enter off of Bowling Blvd. onto Sherburn Lane and St. Matthews Police Department and event volunteers will guide attendees through the lot to the event.
St. Matthews Library reopens for curbside pickup
Governor Beshear recently announced guidelines for how libraries could reopen to the public today, June 8. While the Louisville Free Public Library is currently working on a plan on how best to re-open, for the health and safety of staff and library users, we will continue to remain closed to in-person visits for the moment. St. Matthews is one of the branches open for curbside pick up. Please click here for instructions.
City Council Meetings Go Online
Beginning April 13, 2020, St. Matthews City Council Meetings will resume with meetings being held online. Please click here for instructions for joining.
Emergency Food Drive- SeniorCare Experts
With social distancing and isolation being the norm during COVID-19, many homebound seniors are more in crisis than usual. Please consider donating non-perishable items or volunteering to drop items on someone’s doorsteps. Click here for more information.
Personal Emergency Medical Alert devices available from SeniorCare Experts
Even during the time of quarantine, SeniorCare Experts wants you to know you are not alone. Partnering with Guardian Medical Monitoring they can arrange for a device to be shipped to you and set up with a few easy steps. See the flyer for specific details.
SeniorCare Experts - Looking for Volunteers
With just an hour or two a week you can help deliver a meal or drive an area senior to an appointment. Our oldest generation needs companionship, friendship, and love. Volunteer your time, do good, feel good. Please call SeniorCare Experts for more information, 502-896-2316. Or connect online at www.srcareexperts.org
Lawn Care for Cleaner Air Rebate
The Lawn Care for Cleaner Air program offers rebates on new lawn equipment to residents of Jefferson County. Proof of residency must be provided when purchasing new equipment or when submitting a mail-in rebate request to the Air Pollution Control District.
For more information and the rebate form, please click here.
Yard Waste Reminder
The City of St. Matthews has recently been reminded about proper material collected with yard waste. According to Rumpke “only shrubbery, weeds, leaves, sticks are accepted in Rumpke’s yard waste program. If material other than yard waste is found in yard waste containers, our team will not collect until the contaminated material has been removed.” Click here to read the letter in it’s entirety.
Changes to Louisville Metro Government due to COVID-19
Louisville Metro Government operations and facilities have implemented changes in response to COVID-19. Click here to read.