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In the interest of public health and safety, the Ludlow Administrative Office will be closed to the public until further notice. The administrative staff will still be available to answer any questions by calling (859) 491-1233, or via email: City Administrator/Police Chief Scott Smith        [email protected] Code ...


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Holiday Schedule for Trash & Recycling Collection
Trash and recycling services will not be available in Ludlow on Christmas Day and New Year's Day.  Instead, Rumpke will operate on a one-day delay.  Only residents with a regularly scheduled pick up day of Friday will be affected.  For the week of December 20th and the week of December 27th, the trash and recycling collect...


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Drop off your tree near the bleachers at Hollingsworth Field (at the base of Adela Avenue) before January 4, 2021.  All trees must be removed from a tree bag and free of lights, ornaments, tinsel, or anything else non-organic.
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Santa Claus is coming to town on a fire truck!  Below is the route that Santa will take through Ludlow and Bromley on Saturday, December 19th, beginning at 6:00 p.m.
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To view or print a copy of the flyer, please click HERE.
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How to Vote- Election Poster 2020.pdf
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The Ludlow City Wide Yard Sale will be held on Saturday, September 5, 2020.  No permits are required to participate in the sale.  Yard Sales are permitted to operate as long as the State's "Healthy at Work: Retail Establishment" requirements and guidelines are followed.   These guidelines include maintaining social di...


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A Reminder About Fireworks Laws and Safety
Safety guidelines set by state law must be followed, including these important rules regarding consumer fireworks: People under 18 cannot sell fireworks unless supervised by a parent or guardian; People under 18 cannot purchase or use fireworks; Fireworks cannot be used within 200 feet of a structure, vehicle or other person; ...


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HOW YOU CAN VOTE IN KENTON COUNTY PRIMARY – JUNE 23, 2020 VOTE BY MAIL: GOVOTEKY.COM – request a ballot. You need SSN and driver’s license. Deadline is June 15, 2020. Ballot is mailed. Call the Kenton County Clerk's Office at 392-1620 to request a ballot. The Clerk's Office can ...


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