News & Events

City of Carrollton Cleanup Day - Saturday, July 31, 2021  (For City of Carrollton Residents ONLY)
8 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Lower JCTC Parking Lot Downtown, Enter from 5th Street ramp, drive along river to dumpsters/check-in
Must show proof of residency (utility bill, tax bill or driver's license)
Tires will be accepted (Maximum 8 per household)
Limbs, brush, leaves can be put on the curb for city pick-up
Mattresses, Couches & Chairs need to be placed in bags and set on curb for pickup (bags are provided FREE of charge at City Hall for city residents ONLY)
ITEMS NOT ACCEPTED:  Paints, Solvents, Oils, Grease, Pesticides, Asbestos, Fluorescent Lamps, Batteries, Flammable or Explosive Material, Limbs, Brush, Leaves, Stone, Brick or Concrete
NO CONTRACTORS/BUSINESS!!!
Call 502-732-7060 with any questions.
Splash Park
The Splash Park is currently CLOSED and out of service due to a four inch main water line that has failed.  We hope to have it repaired the first week of August. 

Splash Park is open 7 days a week, weather permitting.  Hours are 11 a.m. - 8 p.m.

Tax Notice

The 2020 city taxes are now payable at the city treasurer's office at 750 Clay Street.

     Face Value through October 31, 2020

     10% Penalty added November 1, 2020

     3% Penalty added January 1, 2021

     1% additional penalty added each month after January 31, 2021 until such bill is paid.

Pursuant to KRS 134.420, the City of Carrollton has a lien against all real and personal property of Delinquent Taxpayers effective March 31, 2021.

If paying by mail, please enclose a self-addressed STAMPED envelope if you wish a receipted copy of the tax bill.

Melinda Wright-Moore

City Clerk-Treasurer

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Political Campaign Signs

 

Per City Ordinance, political campaign signs can be posted 30 days prior to an election for which the sign is posted. 

 

Once the election is held, you have 10 days to remove the signage.

 

Click here to read the ordinance.

                                                                                                                                                       

 

 

 

 

Charles William Webster

Memorial River Walk Dedication

June 27, 2015