Government

Brownsboro Farm City Government

Brownsboro Farm was incorporated as a sixth Class City under Kentucky law.  A non-partisan commission composed of a Mayor and four Commissioners governs the city.  The Mayor is elected for a four-year term and the next election is November 2022. Commissioners are elected for two-year terms with the next election in November 2022.

Mayor

Kim Franklin –648-8565

Public Safety, Roads, Taxes, Audit and Legislative research

Clerk, Treasurer, Taxes

Blake Watson – 457-9822

City Treasurer and Clerk duties

Commissioner

Mark McGrath – 523-3015

Sanitation, snow removal, City insurance coverage, Utilities, Signage & street lights

Mark McGrath

Commissioner

Tim Quinn – 807-6044

Pool management, Community Center

Commissioner

Lisa Holthouse – 423-9494

Front sign, Grounds maintenance, Pool membership

Commissioner

Katie Danner – 494-9015

Directory, City website, Swim Team and Social Chair

City Commission Meetings

The City Commission meets the second Tuesday of each month at 7:30 PM, at Brownsboro Farm Community Center, 3615 Cascade Road.

Tax Rates

For the City: Property Tax – $.1875 / $100, Park Tax – $.05 / $100 for a Total of $.2375 / $100.

Key Information

City Clerk/Lost & Found
426-1113

Brownsboro Farm Gazette Editor
brownsborofarmgazette@gmail.com 

Rumpke Garbage Collection
568-3800

Worthington Fire Dept.
8412 Brownsboro Road
425-2711

On the web at
www.BrownsboroFarm.org

Neighborhood Security & Asset Protection
376-8431
nsap@bellsouth.net

In an emergency call 911