New Residential Trash Pick-Up from CKY Hauling
Beginning Jan. 1, 2016, Central Kentucky Hauling will begin residential trash collection in Nicholasville and Jessamine County. Central Kentucky Hauling will replace Rumpke as the trash collection contractor. Many of your questions can be answered on this Frequently Asked Questions Page.
Other Helpful Links: Trash Pick-Up Route Map
Central Kentucky Hauling website page with Nicholasville/Jessamine County info.
Call Central Kentucky Hauling at (859) 225-2521.
Jessamine County Health Check-up Day, April 16
At the Jessamine County Career & Technology Center on Saturday, April 16 from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Free screenings include: Cholesterol, Body Fat, EKG/Pulse, Blood Pressure, Glucose, Chiropractor, Derma Scan, Balance Checks, Height/Weight, Vision Screening and Spinal Screening. Colon Cancer Screenings available for qualified individuals. New this year — Partnering with the Healthy Families Community Resource Fair. Brought to you by the Jessamine County Health Department, Jessamine Career & Technology Center, Jessamine County EMS, Jessamine County Fiscal Court, Kentucky State University and University of Kentucky College of Agriculture Cooperative. Extension. See the flyer.
New Jessamine County Trails Website
See the new Jessamine County Trails Association website. The website is a great place to plan your favorite outdoor activities, such as : Walking, Jogging, Hiking, Biking, Paddling, and Horseback Riding. The website is packed with beautiful photos from all around Jessamine County.
Building Rental Reservations
Jessamine County Fiscal Court will begin taking reservations for county buildings starting January 4, 2016 at 8:00 a.m. Buildings available include: Blue Building at City County Park; Old Jail on Main Street; High Bridge Pavilion in Wilmore; and the Keene Community Center in Keene. Priorities will be given to those who apply in person followed by phone calls in the order they are received. In order to rent facilites you must be a Jessamine County resident 21 year of age or older and have the required $200.00 security deposit at initial January visit. More.
Read the latest Jessamine Matters Newsletter
The September 2015 issue of Jessamine Matters has been delivered to mailboxes throughout Jessamine County. Didn’t get your issue? Email email@example.com and we’ll make sure you’re on the mailing list. Or read the online version here.
Jessamine County Pictorial History Book
The Jessamine County Pictorial Book Committee is pleased to announce plans to publish a new, commemorative pictorial history book on Jessamine County. This comprehensive hardbound book will include hundreds of photographs from the 1800′s through the present. You are invited to submit your own personal ph0tographs for inclusion in the book. For additional information contact Denise Cline (859) 885-5363 or see the 4-page Brochure.
Stormwater Runoff Reporting
When rainfall comes into contact with pollutants such as hazardous wastes, the pollutants can be washed into the storm drain system and in turn into our local waterways. Jessamine County’s stormwater ordinance prohibits these discharges. To report a suspected violation of the stormwater ordinance on a construction site or a residence, call Mike Cassidy, Jessamine County Public Services Director, at (859) 887-8078 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. To learn more about stormwater runoff visit www.epa.gov/greeningepa/stormwater.
The Valley View Ferry Authority is currently accepting applications for a part time Saturday/Sunday Captain. Applicants must hold a TWIC card and valid United States Coast Guard Master of Steam and Power Vessel License. The Valley View Ferry is located on the Kentucky River at Mile Marker 157.8. Applications can be obtained by calling (859) 509-6085 or online here. Mail completed application and copy of USCG License to: Valley View Ferry Authority c/o George Dean, P.O. Box 856, Nicholasville KY 40356.
Jessamine County Fiscal Court Financial Statement
Current financial Statements available online.
Kentucky River Palisades
The Palisades of the Kentucky River are a wonder to behold. Marvin Bartlett and WDKY-TV filed this video report. A half million people live near these rugged limestone cliffs, but most days your could come down and not see another person. See how the Kentucky River Task Force is working to promote and protect the Palisades with the Kentucky River Blueway Project. More.
Discover Jessamine County
Animal Shelter Named Agency of the Year
The Jessamine County Animal Shelter was named the Kentucky Animal Care and Control Association’s Agency of the Year during the group’s spring conference held in March at Natural Bridge State Resort. Jessamine County magistrate George Dean said the investment the fiscal court made in 2010 has paid off nicely. Read the article.
Camp Nelson now a National Historic Landmark
A ceremony celebrating the new National Historic Landmark designation and a plaque unveiling was held at Camp Nelson Civil War Heritage Park on January 4. State Representative Andy Barr and National Park Service representative Bill Justice were on hand. Read the article.
Your Property Taxes at Work
What happens to your Jessamine County Property Taxes after they are assessed and collected? This pie chart shows the breakdown of the distribution of funds. Click to see chart.
Heroin and your community
See the new video message from the Jessamine County Substance Abuse/ASAP workgroup. This public service announcement is sponsored by the Commonwealth of Kentucky’s Office of the Attorney General.
Board appointments and meeting schedules
Who’s on the Cemetery Board? When does the Joint Planning Commission meet? When does the Parks & Recreation Board meet? What about the Fire Board? Check out the Jessamine County Boards Page. read more »
Code of Ordinances now online
Jessamine County Fiscal Court has made the County Code of Ordinances available on line. Included are traffic code, business regulations, land usage, and more. Click here to see ordinances.