Important information from Jessamine County Government concerning storm debris.
JESSAMINE COUNTY FISCAL COURT
STORM DEBRIS REMOVAL PLAN
Storm debris (limbs and brush) from Jessamine County properties can be taken to two locations: Virginia Drive, Nicholasville and Witt Lane, Wilmore everyday until further notice, 7:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
The Jessamine County Road Department will be picking up storm debris (limbs and brush) from residents who live on County Roads. All debris must be cut in six foot lengths and brought to the edge of the road.
Jessamine County residents with 5 acres or more can burn storm debris (limbs and brush) on site. Controlled burns must be 150 feet away from structures or wood lines and must be reported ahead of time to Central Communications at 887-5447.
For more information, contact John Carpenter, EMA Director at (859) 983-8836.
Too many phone books? Jessamine Re-Direct can help
Bring your old telephone books to one of the following locations for reycycing: Jessamine County Courthouse, Nicholasville City Hall , Wilmore City Hall , County-Wide Recycling Center , or Jessamine County Library. More information at Jessamine Re-Direct.
Dispose of your old computer equipment, televisions or other e-waste FREE of charge during the month of February. All acceptable e-waste material will be recycled at the Recycling Center on Hendren Way. Call (859) 881-4545.
Asbury College Masterworks Series at Wesley Village
Dr. Vickie Bell directs the Asbury Chorale featuring music from the 1500’s to present-day at 3:30 p.m., Thursday, Feb. 12 at the Wilmore Senior Community Center at Wesley Village. Audience participation will be required! Reception with hors d’oeuvres follows. Call (859) 858-3865.