Leadership

City Of Richlawn

PO Box 7786

Louisville, KY 40257-0786


The Richlawn City Commission meets on the third Monday of each month at 6:30pm at Old National Bank on the corner of Hubbards Lane and Shelbyville Road. Go to the rear of the building to find the conference room. Richlawn residents are encouraged to attend, either in person or virtually. Meeting information can be found on the City Business page


Richlawn Resident Handbook 

If you would like a copy, please contact Paul Downs via email 

Richlawn Officers


MAYOR

Matthew Brotzge     502-512-8930

116 Don Allen Road

Police, MSD, Hubbards Lane Project, Email Access


CITY COMMISSIONERS

Dianne DeVore     502-593-1134

Trash, Recycling, Yard Waste, Landscaping, Snow Removal, and Road Signs


Paul Downs    502-649-1703

Richlawn Website, Property Improvements, Rental Registrations, Richlawn Handbook, and Nextdoor.com


Corey Phillippe   502-376-6768

Tree Program, Code Enforcement, Gazette, Lights, Roads, and Sidewalks


A fourth commissioner will be named soon.


CITY CLERK/TREASURER

Daniel Sullivan    502-512-8967


CITY ATTORNEY

Steve Porter      502-905-9991


CODE ENFORCEMENT OFFICER

George Stewart


ETHICS COMMITTEE

Angie McDermott

David Hopkins

Marcia Baker

Richlawn Government

As delineated by the Constitution of The Commonwealth of Kentucky, Richlawn is a Commission Plan (previously known as “sixth class”) city since the population is less than 1,000. Currently there are 199 homes located within the Richlawn city limits.

Because we are a Commission Plan city, our form of government, as prescribed by the Kentucky Revised Statutes, is that of a five person City Commission including an elected mayor and four elected commissioners. The term for mayor is 4 years. The term for the commissioners is two years. Any resident may run for the City Commission by registering with the Louisville Metro Board of Elections

As required by the Statutes, other appointed city officials include the City Clerk/City Treasurer. The commission also appoints a Property Improvements Committee and an Ethics Committee. Additionally, the City hires its own City Attorney for legal matters. 

The City's Code Enforcement Officer helps residents follow Richlawn's own policies and regulations. These can be found on the Ordinance page.

The City Commission meets at Old National Bank on the corner of Hubbards Lane and Shelbyville Road on the third Monday of each month at 6:30 p.m. The City Commission meetings are open and residents are welcome to attend. For agendas, minutes, and virtual meeting options, find links on City Business Page.