Next Council Meeting Tuesday, September 14th @ 6:30PM

The Beechwood Village City Council meets on the second Tuesday of each month at 6:30pm at Beechwood Baptist Church, 201 Biltmore Rd. Enter through the side entrance by the playground then proceed down one level and the fellowship room will be down the hall on the left. All residents are invited to attend.

Beechwood Village City Council meetings will be held via video teleconference along with residents able to meet at the Beechwood Baptist Church basement. Residents are encouraged to attend the meeting online or by phone using the following information:


Telephone: (301) 715-8592

Meeting ID: 997 8690 1326

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Upcoming Event

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Waste Management is currently experiencing a labor shortage. Recycling and yard waste will be collected bi-weekly, on alternating weeks.

Yard Waste will be picked up Aug 30th, Sept. 13th and 27th. Recycling will be picked up Sept 6th and 20th.


Currently there are no events planned. We are discussing and if you have ideas please let the council know.

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Logan Griggs

Welcome to Beechwood Village

Beechwood Village is a small, scenic residential community nestled in the historic St. Matthews district of Louisville, Kentucky. Established in 1955, the City of Beechwood Village is a fifth-class city adjacent to the City of St. Matthews, bounded by Shelbyville Road and Hubbards Lane. Comprised of 550 homes and approximately 1,900 residents, many of our neighbors have enjoyed this scenic community for over 50 years. Our combination of friendly residents, tree-lined streets and great location rank the City of Beechwood Village among the more desirable destinations in eastern Jefferson County. We enjoy an oasis of tranquility among the metropolitan hustle and bustle, with the convenience of restaurants, banks and shopping within walking distance.

Mayor Logan Griggs