Thanks to all homeowners who graced Silver Creek with their holiday decorations. Pictures of winners of bragging rights for best decor are now posted in the Photo Gallery. We hope all of our residents had a warm and safe Healthy @ Home Christmas.
In the interest of public health safety, please follow accepted guidelines for Thanksgiving by limiting your travel over the Holldays and celebrating with your immediate families. Stay Healthy @ Home!
As Kentucky has reached an all-time high number of cases, it is of utmost important to continue to exercise responsibility by continuing to mask and practice social distancing, especially with the advent of colder weather in which more people will be stuck inside. We are in this together, so for your safety and others, wear a mask. https://www.KYCOVID19.KY.GOV
Don't let your guard down. Thefts from cars continue to be an issue in the Northeast sector of the county. Be sure your car in your driveway is locked with no valuables such as briefcases, backpacks and laptops inside. In addition, take in your garage door opener and key fobs and leave your porch and garage lights on. Lastly, make sure your garage door is closed as part of your 9 PM routine.
Also, as colder weather approaches, do not leave your car running unattended in your driveway. This is a ticketable offense, according to the LMPD.
For your security, make this 9 P.M. routine a part of your daily homeowner habit.
For those who use curbside recycling services, your bin should only contain the following:
Be sure all items are empty, clean and dry.
Do not bag recyclables. Please pack the container loosely.
If you do not have residential curbside recycling service or if you have too much for your bin/cart, Metro Government has several free recycling drop-off locations (see link below) for your convenience. Some are staffed by Public Works employees while others are self-serve. If the dumpster is full, please contact Metro311.
Self-service locations are appropriate for the following:
Full-service locations accept the above items as well as:
Click this link then click "accepted items" for more information: https://louisvilleky.gov/government/public-works/map-recycling-locations-louisville
Republic Services will pick up one item of "junk" or large item each week for free. However, you will have to call Republic to arrange for the pickup in advance. Call (502)638-9000 or use the Republic Services app on your phone or tablet.
Keep your property in good condition and free of trash, litter, weeds and leaves, and dismantled or inoperative vehicles. Curb appeal is important and can add to your home's value, as well as those of your neighbors.
Consider using Herman Jenkins for your power washing needs. References. Reasonable and reliable.
Call 502-724-1326 or visit his facebook page for more information at https://www.facebook.com/herman.jenkins.39/timeline?lst=100009183943326%3A100002035968591%3A1583721608
Remember, it is prohibited to park a vehicle on the grass, the sidewalk, or on the opposite side of the street facing traffic. Also remember to come to a complete stop at intersections. An incomplete rolling stop is the same as running a stop sign and you could be cited.
Be a responsible pet owner and neighbor. Many residents use the sidewalks for walking and exercising. By taking a few minutes to clean up after your pet, you can make the subdivision a better place to stroll without having to avoid land mines. If your pet defecates on a lawn while you're out walking, please be considerate and bring along items to remove the waste.