Continue to place Sewer/Garbage payments in the drop box behind City Hall.  Playgrounds & indoor facilities are closed.  Shelters & park grounds are open providing proper distancing is practiced. 

City of Simpsonville KY

108 Old Veechdale Rd | Simpsonville, KY 40067 | Phone: 502.722.8110
PO Box 378 | Simpsonville, KY 40067 | Fax: 502.722.8119

News & Events

Bulk pick-up requirements
Posted: 11/1/2019

The following is required, but not limited to, to ensure BULK pick-up in a timely manner:

- Must call City office, 502-722-8110, to provide address and identify bulk item(s). 2 BULK ITEMS maximum
- NO Refrigerators, freezers, window unit AC's, or propane tanks
- Bulk items should be placed out Monday prior to Wednesday pick-up
- Wednesday bulk pick-up will follow the last Tuesday trash pick-up of the month
- When in doubt, please call the City office at 502-722-8110

National Travel & Tourism Week
Posted: 4/24/2017


Posted: 3/7/2017

Download Building Safety Month

Posted: 2/3/2017

Download Resolution #2017-002

Posted: 2/3/2017

Download Black History Month

Parks Proclamation
Posted: 1/20/2017

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Farm Bureau Ground Breaking Farm Bureau Ground Breaking
Posted: 7/29/2016

Congratulations Farm Bureau on your offical ground breaking today!

Bulk Pick-Up
Posted: 7/1/2016

When items are too large to fit in your 95 gallon cart(s) please call the City Office prior to pick up to be added to a Special Bulk Pick-Up list 502-722-8110. There is a limit of 2 items per bulk pick up. If you are not on the list your bulk will not be picked up and it will be your responsibility to depose of it.

Building Safety Month
Posted: 5/20/2016

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Boot Depot
Posted: 5/13/2016

Welcome to Simpsonville Boot Depot!


Self Defense Class Self Defense Class
Posted: 5/10/2016

Women's Self Defense Class conducted by Sergeant Tim Hurt.

Posted: 3/4/2016

Download Break Through 4 a Buddy Day

Posted: 2/5/2016

Download Black History Month

Posted: 7/21/2015

Download Resolution #2015-003

Simpsonville named Playful City USA Simpsonville named Playful City USA
Posted: 6/19/2015

SIMPSONVILLE receives back to back National Recognition as 2016 Playful City USA Community

July 9, 2016  Simpsonville, Kentucky was honored with a 2016 Playful City USA designation and is the smallest city in the country to receive such national recognition.

The national recognition program honors cities and towns across the country for making their cities more playable. Simpsonville was selected because of its dedication to make the community more playful and playable through aggressive efforts within its Parks & Recreation department, its partners and volunteers to prioritize play for all kids while attracting new residents and working within the business community to achieve its goals.

"We are honored to receive this national Playful City USA designation," says Chris Truelock, Director of Simpsonville Parks and Recreation. "Our Mayor, commission, city administration, partners and residents understand that a healthy, playful community attracts and retains families and businesses while fostering healthy and productive lifestyles,". "Congratulations Simpsonville! Your resident-focused efforts over the last few years is well-deserved and amongst the best in the nation".

"Playability is crucial to the success of our future communities, and we are proud of the work these cities and leaders are doing to provide a better quality of life for all residents, and especially families," says KaBOOM! President, James Siegal. "Play provides a competitive advantage for cities looking to attract and retain residents. With these esteemed leaders, and our friends and partners across the country, we continue to prioritize play for all kids."

Posted: 6/5/2015

Congratulations to our Wastewater Treatment Plant Operators!

They have just received the Outstanding AquaSBR Plant Performance Award for the second consecutive year, 2013 & 2014.

Building Safety Month
Posted: 5/8/2015

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Commission Meetings Commission Meetings
Posted: 2/2/2015

The Simpsonville City Commission Meeting times have changed. The City Commission will hold its regular meetings on the first Monday and third Tuesday of each month at 7 p.m.

Posted: 10/15/2014

Download Community Planning Month

Outlet Mall of the Bluegrass Opening
Posted: 7/29/2014

"The Outlet Mall is due to open Thursday. This will increase traffic at the exit 28 interchange. We encourage local citizens to seek alternate routes to Louisville or Shelbyville for the short term."

Posted: 4/16/2014

Download Building Safety Month

Posted: 2/7/2014

Download Black History Month

Posted: 2/7/2014

Download National FFA Week

Posted: 1/8/2014

Download Winter Weather Preparedness Week

WDRB Channel 41 Tamara Evans Interview
Posted: 1/2/2014

December 27 Tamara Evans from WDRB Channel 41 interviewed Simpsonville City Administrator David Eaton discussing the Outlet Shoppes of Louisville Progress.

Please see the following link to access the complete WDRB Channel 41 story as well as a YouTube video provided by Ms. Evans.

City Officials Open Phase 1! City Officials Open Phase 1!
Posted: 12/5/2013

Mayor Eden and Commissioner's officially open phase 1 of the Streetscape project along Wiche Park.

Please click on the following link to see photo's from the days events:

Please click on the following link to see video from the dedication:

Kentucky City Magazine features Simpsonville City Officials: Job Creation Efforts! Kentucky City Magazine features Simpsonville City Officials: Job Creation Efforts!
Posted: 12/5/2013

City Officials Help Community Obtain New Jobs.

Read about it in the November/ December 2013 issue of Kentucky City!

Parks & Rec Business highlights Simpsonville Parks & Recreation Parks & Rec Business highlights Simpsonville Parks & Recreation
Posted: 12/5/2013

Parks & Rec Business Magazine highlights Simpsonville Parks and Recreation's efforts to "focus on fun" in its Sports Spotlight column June 2013.

Playground Restoration Project Playground Restoration Project
Posted: 12/5/2013

Thanks to Dr Pepper/ Snapple Group, Cub Bank & Kentucky Banker's Association for their generous contributions to restoration of the Simpsonville Park playground.

Miss Bluegrass Coed Pre-teen Miss Bluegrass Coed Pre-teen
Posted: 9/13/2013

Mayor Steve Eden Pictured with Ms. Bluegrass Coed Pre-teen, Bethany Perkins, and Judge Rob Rothenburger.

Posted: 8/21/2013

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Posted: 5/8/2013

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Tornado Safety
Posted: 2/22/2013

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Enterprise Cities Award Enterprise Cities Award
Posted: 10/17/2011

Simpsonville Ball Field Redesign Recognized as Best Project in Kentucky

The City of Simpsonville recently was awarded the Kentucky League of Cities Enterprise cities Award as the top project in Kentucky for cities less than 5000 in population submitted by City Administrator David Eaton and City Clerk Debbie Batliner.

This joint effort between the city, its Park and Recreation Board, and the Eaton Corporation created new soccer fields, upgraded ball fields, and a new concession stand/press box.

Pictured above accepting the award are: Parks Board Member, Melvin Kindle. Parks Chairperson, Ann Ernst, City Clerk Debbie Batliner, Mayor Steve Eden, KLC CEO, Jon Steiner, City Administrator David Eaton, KLC 1st Vice President, Mayor Susan Barto, and City Attorney, Hite Hays.

Ann Purnell Shelter Dedication Ann Purnell Shelter Dedication
Posted: 9/20/2009

The City of Simpsonville officially dedicated the Ann Purnell Shelter during the September 12, 2009 Simpsonville Fall Festival. Mrs. Purnell has played a vital role in developing a park system for the enjoyment of our community.

Village Center @ Simpsonville HNTB Presentation Village Center @ Simpsonville HNTB Presentation
Posted: 6/2/2009

On Tuesday June 2, 2009, the Engineering Firm HNTB presented to the City Commission the Village Center @ Simpsonville Small Area Study compilation.  The ideas for the plan were developed during focus group sessions with citizens. "This is the citizens plan for Simpsonville", according to Amy Williams the Project Manager for HNTB.  Ryan Libke, from Triple "S" Planning and Zoning, noted that the Planning and Zoning Commission adopted the plan and recommended it to the City for adoption. The City voted unanimously to adopt the plan.

For questions about the Village Center please contact

David Eaton, City Administrator at:

(502) 722-8110