SHELBY COUNTY ROADS
The Road Department maintains all county roads, except those on the state and federal highway system. Our work includes routine and emergency servicing of drainage structures, snow and ice removal, pothole repair, roadside mowing, grading and resurfacing for over 305 miles of county roadway.
The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) Highway District 5 services Shelby, Bullitt, Franklin, Henry, Jefferson, Oldham, Spencer and Trimble Counties.
Permit- Please fill out and return to Craig Myatt or Leah Jeffries by email, in person, mail or fax.
Road Dept Permit.pdf
Cabinet, District 5
Contact: Andrea Clifford
Emergency road aid
funds awarded for slide repairs in Shelby County
Ky. (July 5, 2018) –
The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet recently awarded County Road Aid emergency
funds for two slide repairs in Shelby County. These funds will be used for
repairs on Bardstown Trail (CR 1122) and Cat Walk Road (CR 1035). KYTC is
providing $68,000 for repairs on Bardstown Trail and $148,000 for repairs on
Cat Walk Road.
administration is committed to the Cabinet’s mission of providing a safe,
reliable transportation network for all Kentuckians,” said Transportation
Secretary Greg Thomas. “These emergency funds will help local governments
repair and restore damaged infrastructure throughout their communities.”
The KYTC District 5 Office will be
responsible for administering the work. Slide repairs will be performed by
Geostabilization International LLC. To help reduce costs, KYTC maintenance
staff and the Shelby County Road Department will work together on excavation
and hauling of materials.
scheduled to begin Wednesday, July 11 at the slide on Cat Walk Road located
0.29 miles east of KY 1922 (Cedarmore Road). The work will take approximately
two weeks to complete. Crews will then move to Bardstown Trail to repair the
slide near the intersection with Buzzard Roost Road.
Once the slide repairs are complete, Shelby County Fiscal Court will be
responsible for roadway reconstruction at both locations which includes asphalt
paving and guardrail installation.
The date and
duration of this work may be adjusted if inclement weather or other unforeseen
CHECK OUT THE CURRENT KYTC DISTRICT 5 WORK:
D5 RoadShow 01.07.18.pdf
KYTC Roadwork 10.8.17.pdf
D5 RoadShow 10.15.17.pdf
D5 RoadShow 111217.pdf
D5 RoadShow 070818.pdf
The county has a comprehensive snow and ice plan designed to keep winter roadways safe in the most reasonable, efficient and effective manner. How priority roads are defined:
Priority 1 Roads
Primary arteries in and out of the county, such as Webb Road, Antioch, Anderson, Scott Station, Hebron, Dover, Mulberry, Bardstown Trail, Pea Ridge, Scott Pike, Rockbridge, McMakin, Clark Station, Veechdale, Taylorwood, and Connors Station, Etc.
High Volume Traffic Roads
Major connecting roads, such Burks Branch, Harrington Mill, Fox Run, Hospital Drive, Old Mt. Eden, Old Finchville, Seven Mile, Old Brunerstown, Issac Shelby, Pearce Industrial, Brooks and Discovery Blvd, Etc.
Priority 2 Roads
Connector roads such as Long Run, Drane, Clore-Jackson, Narrow Gage, Stoney Point, Washburn, Clear Creek, Bellview, Christianburg, Jacksonville, Steve Wood, Harley-Thompson, Beards, Trammel, Stapelton, Heinsville, Frys-Oldburg, Hansborough, Bob Rogers, Buzzard Roost, Cat Ridge, Olive Branch, Figg Store, Van Dyke Mill, and Haley, etc.
Primary arteries in subdivisions, which can get residents to the main roads such as Persimmon Ridge, Parkview, Lakeside Drive, Cherry Lane, Forbes, Ridge Way, Knob Street, View Street, Honneysuckle, Ivey Land, Tower Drive, Webbmount, Eastview, Hazel Lawn, Southlawn, Oakview, Bonnie Brae, Greenland Park, Sherrie Drive, Catalpa, Bluegrass Drive, Robinwood, Dublin Lane, Meadow Run and Manor Way, Etc.
For deceased animal removal, please contact Bluegrass Recycling Services:1-888-744-1186.
County roads have names only, whereas State roads have highway numbers and names. Please direct questions regarding state maintained roads to:
State Highway Department
Phone (502) 633-1744 or 502-633-1472