The Harmony Lake subdivision of Oldham County became The City Of Goshen in April of 1990, making it the county’s seventh city. The City Of Goshen is nestled between scenic highway 42 and Harmony Lake, about six miles north of Prospect and just a couple of miles southeast of the Ohio River. Our current population is 950 and the city has been an official 5th class city since April of 2003.
Welcome to the new City website! As with all things new there are a few wrinkles we need to iron out. The Architectural Control form link is now fixed and the calendar is in the process of being updated. This move to a new service provider saved the City about $2500 so please excuse the "construction phase" it will be at 100% shortly.
A quick message from the Mayor about trash bins....... "Starting this week, I am going to walk each street around 6:30 pm and mark all trash cans that need to be replaced. If your blue trash can is in bad shape, try to have it out by 6:30 pm., the day before trash pickup. I will be spray painting a white strip across the front. Hopefully on Tuesday, it will be replaced. I hope to have all broken trash containers replaced in about 6 weeks." If you live on Meadow Ridge Trail or Hollendale and your Republic/ID trash container is damaged and needs to be replaced please have it curb side by 6:30 pm on Monday, August 12.
Republic Services has informed the City they have corrected the issue with recycling sign-ups. Please call 638-9000 if you wish to continue recycling after July 1st. The rate is $4.75 per month. Recycle cans will be removed from all households on June 25th if you have not signed up to continue recycling. If you have any problems with signing up you may call Delisa Murphy at Republic Services at 502-636-9421.
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13011 U.S. Hwy 42 St. L-01 Prospect, KY 40026 PO Box 112 Goshen, KY 40026