BE A GOOD HARRODS VIEW NEIGHBOR:
Read and contribute to the Q & A section and obey our deed restrictions and city ordinances.
Pick up litter in the neighborhood. Let's keep Harrods View beautiful.
Keep trees trimmed so limbs do not obstruct persons using the sidewalks.
Do not park cars on sidewalks. Neighbors should be able to use all sidewalks.
Pick up dog waste when you walk your dog.
Neighborhood speed limit is 25 mph. Please watch your speed.
Be mindful of your neighbors if you are creating a disturbance across your property boundary. Read and obey the noise ordinance.
No activity may be carried on upon any property that is an annoyance or nuisance to the neighborhood.
Place roll cart garbage containers on curb no sooner than 4:00 pm on day before collection and remove by 7:00 pm on day of collection.
Do not store roll cart garbage containers in front of home. Place them inside garage or in side yard or back yard.
No fence can extend toward the front of the house past the rear corner.
OCTOBER IS HERE! THIS IS THE MONTH OF TREES AND SHRUBS DISPLAYING COLOR, KEENELAND, AND HALLOWEEN. OF COURSE THIS MONTH IS DIFFERENT DUE TO THE COVID-19 CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC. TRICK OR TREATING IS ALLOWED BUT WITH SPECIFIC RULES. KEENELAND IS RUNNING WITH NO FANS IN THE STANDS. BUT THE TREES AND SHRUBS WILL STILL BRING COLOR TO HARRODS VIEW AND ACROSS LEXINGTON.
October 2-24, Keeneland Fall Meet. No racing on Mondays and Tuesdays. No fans allowed due to Covid-19 Coronavirus. You can go to Keeneland website and download the free Keeneland Race Day app for details on horse racing during the Fall Meet.
October 3, Saturday, Paper Shred Day, from 9 am to 2 pm at the Old Landfill Pad, 1631 Old Frankfort Pike. Fayette County residents can bring up to 5 boxes or bags of material to be shredded at no cost. Have the material in your trunk and be ready to pop trunk lid when instructed. Remain in vehicle with windows rolled up.
Oct 4, Sunday, 6th Annual 10 K ($40) and 4th Annual Robin 5 K ($30) Trail Runs at Raven Run Sanctuary. Phone 859-72-6105 for info.
October 10, Saturday, Non-Hazardous Trash Disposal from 6 am to 1 pm at 1631 Old Frankfort Pike. Fayette County residents may bring up to 1 pickup truck load of non-hazardous material. There is no charge for items such as mattresses, box springs, bagged household waste, small indoor furniture, and up to 4 tires off the rims. There will be a cost for material that does not originate inside a house such as grills and outdoor furniture. Also accepted at cost will be appliances, electronics, yard waste, and water hoses. Call 859-425-2255 for info.
October 24, Saturday, Household Hazardous Waste from 8:30 am to 3 pm at 1631 Old Frankfort Pike. Common household items accepted, such as paints, cleaners, batteries and pesticides. Have materials in trunk and pop truck lid when instructed. Remain in vehicle with windows up.
October 31, Saturday, Trick or Treat night from 6pm to 8 pm. Candy should be wrapped individually, or in individual goodie bags, placed on a table, driveway or porch for trick-or-treaters to pick up themselves. Do not use bowls for candy. Trick-or-treaters should be family groups who stay in their own neighborhoods and use hand sanitizer. Social distancing should be maintained, protective masks must be worn, and gatherings must be limited to 10 or fewer persons.
AS THE COVID 19 PANDEMIC CONTINUES, PLEASE FOLLOW COVID 19 RULES AND KEEP 6 FEET BETWEEN YOU AND PERSONS WHO ARE NOT FAMILY MEMBERS WHEN OUT WALKING OUR SIDEWALKS AND CONVERSING WITH NEIGHBORS. PLEASE OBSERVE OUR POSTED SPEED LIMIT OF 25 MPH AS MORE PEOPLE ARE OUT WALKING, JOGGING, AND BICYCLING. IT TAKES A SPLIT SECOND FOR A CHILD TO DART OFF OF A SIDEWALK INTO THE STREET. PLEASE SLOW DOWN WHEN DRIVING IN OUR NEIGHBORHOOD.
It is always good to remind ourselves of our neighborhood deed restrictions. You can find them by clicking Governing Documents on this website. You will also find under Governing Documents some of Lexington’s ordinances that cover noise, parking on the street, and street tree maintenance. Respect the rights of your neighbors to the peaceful enjoyment of their properties by complying with our deed restrictions and local ordinances.
According to our 10th District LFUCG Councilmember Amanda Mays Bledsoe’s newsletter, The Fountains of Palomar, LLC have applied for a zone change for the property across Man-O-War Boulevard from the Palomar Centre. The property includes the Christ United Methodist Church property, the former Murray’s restaurant property, and the small retail shopping center between the church and Murray’s.
The applicant proposes a neighborhood shopping venue which will have a variety of commercial uses, including a small-scale organic grocery store, coffee shop, restaurants, and hotel. At the corner of Harrodsburg Road and Man-o-War Boulevard there is a large water feature in the proposed design. The applicant has met with the Palomar Hills Neighborhood Association Board and homeowners.
Harrods View is a beautiful neighborhood in a great location in a great city. As our homes age, it is important that we step out on the sidewalk and look at our home’s curb appeal. How does your property look compared to your neighbors? Is the lawn regularly mowed and are the shrubs trimmed? Does the house need paint? Is the overall appearance neat and attractive? Take a walk around the perimeter of your yard and check to see that your trees, shrubs, and fences are well maintained and not causing a problem for adjoining property owners. A neighbor has the right to trim your overhanging limbs back to the property line as long as it will not seriously damage your plant or tree. Don’t wait on a complaint from a neighbor or for your neighbor to trim your trees and shrubs. Do it yourself. Do you have overhanging limbs that drop your leaves on your neighbors’ yards? Well-maintained property lines make for good neighbors. Here are some other things to remember:
Do be a responsible pet owner. Pick up your pet’s waste when walking your pet. It is against the law for a dog to bark “repeatedly OR frequently.” Remember, if your dog barks repeatedly or frequently, not only is it against the law, it is repeatedly and frequently disturbing your neighbors inside their homes. And dogs barking early in the morning and after dark are disturbing some neighbor’s sleep. Dogs are extensions of our families. We would not let a family member repeatedly or frequently yell outside, so why would we allow our dogs to do so? Remember your neighbors.
Again, look under Q&A for information about barking dogs and under Governing Documents/Ordinances. Contact your HVNA board if you are being disturbed by pets or other noises that violate our noise ordinance.
• Do be a careful and respectful driver in our neighborhood. The speed limit is 25 m.p.h., including on the first block of Sallee Drive where there have been numerous complaints of speeding. Going faster than the posted speed limit is a danger to children, bicyclists, joggers, and walkers. You will not get out of this neighborhood, or to your home in this neighborhood, any faster than if you obeyed the posted speed limit.
• Do pick up litter wherever you see it in the neighborhood.
• Do hide or screen trash containers on your property.
• Do not park vehicles so they block use of sidewalks.
• Do report suspicious or criminal behavior to the HVNA board members.
• Do be aware of our Harrods View Neighborhood Deed Restrictions, noise ordinances, and other laws under Governing Documents on this website. Compliance avoids problems and makes this subdivision a great place to live and raise a family.
• Do let a HVNA board member know if you would like something added to the Q&A section or any section of our website.
• Do visit the HVNA website often.
We live in a great neighborhood. One reason for that is that the first residents back in 1988 worked hard to make it so, as you will see if you look under History on this website. If you have complaints, concerns, or suggestions pertaining to our neighborhood, speak to a board member. The HVNA board wants to make sure every resident is peacefully enjoying their property without undue interference by others and that this is the best place in Lexington to live and to raise a family. Your board members are committed to seeing that Harrods View remains a unique residential development where neighbors care about and respect their neighbors.
CONTACT YOUR BOARD MEMBERS. If you have neighborhood concerns, we can help. If you have suggestions to improve our neighborhood, we want to hear them.
Please become a member of your neighborhood. The HVNA has been in existence since 1988 when it was incorporated as a nonprofit corporation. Any Harrods View resident has the option of joining the HVNA by submitting a completed membership form and the annual dues. We need full participation to make this a vibrant neighborhood. Please complete the form on this website and submit your annual fee of only $35 by September 30. Our membership year runs from October 1 to September 30 of the following year. Our official membership drive month is September, but you can pay prior to September.
The first homeowners moved into Harrods View in 1988. Harrods View is a beautiful neighborhood in a convenient location and remains one of Lexington’s best kept secrets. Let’s keep the neighborhood beautiful and a desirable residential area.
JOIN TODAY! We need to grow our membership. Submit your membership form and annual fee. Let’s make the HVNA the most active and effective neighborhood association in Lexington!
The annual dues are $35. Make your check payable to Harrods View Neighborhood Association. You can mail your form and check to :
2177 Sallee Drive
Lexington KY 40513
Come Back to this News Section in the Future as It Is Updated to Keep You Informed