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Richmond Kentucky is a vibrant, growing city, home to Eastern Kentucky University, and located along the I-75 coordior in the heart of central Kentucky. The city of Richmond was founded in 1798 by Colonel John Miller a Revolutionary War Soldier. On July 4, 1798 Richmond was established as the seat of Madison County. The site was officially named Richmond in honor of Miller's birthplace, Richmond, Virginia.




Important Telephone Numbers:


City of Richmond 859-623-1000

Richmond Utilties 859-623-2300

LGE/KU (electricity) 800-981-0600

Rumpke (Garbage Collection) 800-828-8171

City of Richmond Recycling 859-625-0202

Richmond City Public Works (large item trash, street department) 859-625-6435



Important Information:


Garbage collection: Trash should be placed in cans or cart - not in bags or loose. Trash should be placed at curb after dusk the night before scheduled pick-up. All containers shall be removed from the curb on the same day they are serviced. Collection day: Wednesday.

Recycling collection: For more information about recycling, please visit the City of Richmond website at: Collection day: Wednesday.


Large Item Trash Removal: Brush should be laid straight with cut ends next to street. Loose twigs, leaves and grass clippings must be in plastic bags. Doors must be removed from refrigerators and freezers. Carpet should be cut, rolled and tied in 6’ lengths. Collection day: Wednesday. 

Stonewall Estates

 Neighborhood Association - Richmond Kentucky

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