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 email@example.com. 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.
The Richmond Police Department and the Madison County Sheriff’s Office in an effort to enhance our equipment, training and support to provide better service to our community are applying for Federal funds by way of the 2019 Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant. Funds requested through this grant will greatly enhance our goal of providing the best professional service to our citizens by acquiring much needed equipment and high level training in the following areas to enhance the effectiveness of law enforcement patrol efforts as well as increasing officer and public safety.
The equipment purchased through the grant funds are an investment in the infrastructure of The Richmond Police Department and the Madison County Sheriff’s Office. They will provide long-term benefits and assist in stabilizing local budgets and possibly avoid in reduction of essential services as well as increasing officer and citizen safety.
Any public comments are welcome concerning our request for federal funds. The guidelines for spending these federal funds must address crime through provision of services helping to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of Law Enforcement Agencies in Madison County.
This announcement will serve as 30 day public notice to all governing officials as required by the grant application. Any comments, please contact Deputy Chief Rodney Richardson, Richmond Police Department, 859-623-1162, Sheriff Mike Coyle, Madison County Sheriff’s Office, 859-623-1511.
This announcement was present August 20, 2019.
A Public Forum will be held on September 30 at 6:00pm at City of Richmond, City Hall Building, 239 West Main Street, Richmond, Kentucky to hear comments concerning the homelessness population and and creating community partner solutions. hosted by Mayor Robert Blythe (859) 623-1000 ext 1101 firstname.lastname@example.org
Charitable Donation Application Form
Permit for Roadblocks
Codes Enforcement Complaint
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.