OCTOBER

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.  

 

 

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