SUMMARY OF PROHIBITED CONDUCT
All new construction, exterior renovation or excavation
of any kind (including, but not limited to, driveways,
fences, garages or out buildings) need prior approval
from the Architectural Control Committee.
Detached garages must be constructed of the same or
similar material as the residence of the lot. Also
subject to approval and county building permit.152.17
Grass must be mowed before it reaches six (6) inches in
No junked or abandoned vehicles (including vehicles with
expired license plate or vehicles which are
On-street parking and yard parking are prohibited except
during (i) inclement weather or (ii) driveway repair
work or (iii) periodic gatherings, BUT any permitted
on-street parking shall not restrict the safe passage of
emergency vehicles or otherwise cause the existence of
When on your property, all dogs and cats must be confined behind
the front corner of your residence. All pets must be
under owner's control with a leash if taken off your
All lot owners must maintain their lot(s) so as not to
detract from the general appearance of the subdivision.
Fences shall not exceed six (6) feet in height and you
must receive prior approval from the City to construct a
Trash cans must be stored so they are not visible from
front of home. Trash cans should not be placed at curb
more than 24 hours before pickup and they should be
removed within 24 hours after pickup.
Commercial signs are prohibited (except signs
designating the lot as "for sale"), or when actual work
is being done.
It's a fact that Emergency Response Teams can be hindered by
the lack of or by poor address posting. Script and Roman
numerals do not promote easy identification in an emergency
situation and mailbox placement may cause confusion. The
City of Goshen respectfully requests that each homeowner
post his property, in accordance with Oldham County Law, by
using Arabic numerals on the door or house itself. The
number should contrast well with the color of your home and
be clearly visible from the street. This small action on
your part could help save your life or the life of someone
you care about.