The City of Goshen Clerk’s office is closed until further notice. The Clerk can still be reached by phone or email to help with your requests. 502.228.2377 Info@CityofGoshen.com
The conversation has been renewed about developing a City of Goshen Park. The park would be on the property owned by the City of Goshen next to Christ Church of Goshen on Springmeadow Lane. A committee is being formed to explore thoughts and ideas on what this park may look like. If you are interested in participating with this committee you may email Commissioner Bob Dearmond firstname.lastname@example.org
Single bulk item/ Junk pickup has returned. Republic ask that you call at least 1 day prior to let them know you have a large item to be picked up. Please remember to bag and tie your trash bags before dropping in the cans when possible to help keep flying paper and materials from flying onto the streets and your yard. Thanks!
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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. Founded in 1990, our current population is 950 and the City has been an official 5th class city since April of 2003.
The City of Goshen will be delaying our planned event to celebrate our 30th Anniversary. Watch the web site and FB page to get more information and details when the date is rescheduled.
Republic Services has informed the City they have corrected the issue with recycling sign-ups. Please call 638-9000 if you wish to continue or start recycling. The rate is $4.75 per month. If you have any problems with signing up you may call Delisa Murphy at Republic Services at 502-636-9421.
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