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Langdon Place


The City of Langdon Place is a Home Rule city government, incorporated on June 28, 1977, located on the east end of Louisville, Kentucky, inside Jefferson County, at the corner of Goose Creek Road and Westport Road. Click here for map.


Our community is comprised of 325 single-family homes and an estimated 950+ residents, who are just minutes away from shopping, supermarkets, hospitals, and entertainment venues and conveniences, including Brownsboro Crossing, Paddock Shops, Springhurst Commons, Springhurst Crossing, Springhurst Towne Center, Norton Children’s Hospital, Norton Hospital Brownsboro, Costco, Westport Plaza, to name a few. With the widening of Westport Road to a 5-lane state highway we have quick access to I-265 and I-264 and to Southern Indiana via the Lewis and Clark (East End) bridge via I-265.


Our city is a mayor-commissioner form of government whereby the mayor and four city commissioner positions are elected separately. The mayoral election is held every 4 years on the odd numbered years. The city council elections are held every 2 years on the even numbered years. In addition, there are two appointed positions—the city clerk and city attorney. Langdon Place generates its primary revenue from collection of property taxes that are used to fund the development and continuation of many current and future city projects. A few of our projects are listed below:


  • City-wide planting of 450 trees along our city streets for beautification and cooling green affect
  • Annual city tree maintenance and treatment program, every 2-3 years
  • Implementation of a city-wide metal mailbox system to identify resident’s street address for home deliveries and first responders
  • Annual city mailbox repair/paint program to maintain our uniform curb appeal
  • Annual city sidewalk and curb repair/replace program to maintain accessibility and safety
  • Other ongoing programs included in our city budget such as street paving, lawn care in common areas and water retention areas, maintaining our streetlights and street signs, security and signage for our two main city entrances.

For more information or questions about our city, contact Mayor Mike Frank at 502-876-8700 or [email protected].

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1st. Place
9011 Billingsgate Road
2nd. Place
Place 2804 Kosmar Court
3rd. Place
2613 Kennersley Drive



Events & Safety



  • Ensure shrubbery around your home is well kept reducing places to hide
  • Make your home look occupied
  • Keep your garage closed at all times
  • Remove garage door openers from vehicles when parked outside
  • Ensure doors are locked, including side doors to garages
  • Use deadbolts on exterior doors
  • Use floor locks on sliding glass doors for better retention.
  • Don’t tempt a thief with lawn mowers, bikes, grills and other easy to remove property


  • Do not leave your vehicle running unattended
  • Do not leave spare keys or fobs in your vehicle
  • 56% of recent stolen vehicles involve leaving keys in the vehicle

  • Always lock your vehicle doors
  • 57% of recent thefts from vehicles were from unlocked vehicles

  • Do not leave the windows open or partially opened
  • Park in vell-lit areas
  • Avoid isolated areas and parking spots
  • Remove valuable items from your vehicle (wallets, purses, cell phones, laptops, firearms, etc.)

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EcoTech Trash, Recycling and Yard Waste Services for 2023
Pickup Dates 2023

EcoTech Recycling Guidelines

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For a detailed calendar, go to our Sanitation Page.





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