Announcements & Notifications
PARKING IN DOWNTOWN RICHMOND
There are two public parking lots in the downtown area. One is located on the corner of Irvine Street and 3rd Street & the other is located on the corner of Water Street & 3rd Street. There is also public parking available in City Hall’s parking lot as well as the Courthouse parking lot Monday thru Friday after 5:00pm and on weekends.
Attention City of Richmond Residents
The city is now offering use of the trash compactor (commercial only) on Tuesdays and Thursdays 7:30am to 3:00pm by appointment only. You will need to complete the waiver and return to firstname.lastname@example.org. To schedule an appointment please contact Public Works, Trish Powell at (859) 625-6435. TrashCompactorLiabiltyWaiver19 (002)
Effective March 1st, 2018 Advanced Disposal Services will pick up all bulk product within the city limits. The city will pick up loose yard waste ONLY.
For more info: 606-723-5552 Advanced Disposal Services.
MetroNet is in Richmond!
Below are some links containing pertinent information regarding construction and timelines
Charitable Donation Application Form
Permit for Roadblocks
Open Records Request
Please complete the below form for a submitted Open Records Request to the City Clerk office. Once received the clerk will send a response and begin to process.
If you are requesting on behalf of Commercial Use, you’ll need to file a Certified Statement Kentucky Revised Statutes §61.874 (4)(b). Kentucky Revised Statutes §61.874(4)(c) provides, in addition, that the City is entitled to charge a fee when records are requested which will be used for a commercial purpose, a fee which will include the cost to the City of mechanical processing and staff time required to locate, produce, and copy the public records in question, together with the cost to the City of the creation, purchase, or other acquisition of the public records.
Newly enacted legislation amends the Kentucky Open Records Act to extend the time from three to five days for a public agency to either produce records or provide requesters written notice of whether it will provide the documents. But wait, cities had 10 days under Senate Bill 150, adopted by the 2020 Kentucky General Assembly.
Senate Bill 150 temporarily extends the deadline for open records response or production to 10 days and remains in effect during the state of emergency. It does not amend the Kentucky Open Records Act. Conversely, House Bill 312 permanently amends the Act.
Effective June 28, 2021, KRS 61.880 is amended to extend the deadline for open records response or production from three to five business days. Saturdays, Sundays, and legal holidays do not count for the purpose of calculating the deadline.
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