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There will be a special meeting on Tuesday, June 19 at 6pm for the 2nd reading of the 2018-2019 Budget ordinance.



The regular city commission meetings are the first Tuesday of every month, at 6:00 pm. The dates are below for 2018. (Meetings are subject to date changes occasionally)

July 3

August 7

Sept. 4

Oct. 2

Nov. 6






Free Friday nights at Buffalo Springs Park. Call  502-535-6114 to reserve your Friday night event that will be free to the public.


May 26- Horsey Hundred Bike Ride coming through town on Memorial Day weekend. (if you would like to volunteer and help out for a few hours on that Saturday morning, please go to) http://www.horseyhundredvolunteers.ivolunteer.com/hh2





Wednesday, July 4th.  Independence Day Parade at noon with community celebration immediately afterwards.


Labor Day weekend- Buffalo Trail 227 Yard Sale

















Stamping Ground t-shirts are available at city hall. Get yours before they are sold out again!

They can also be ordered at Mykentuckytee.com for $20. for a limited time with free shipping!











Christmas Parade Saturday, Dec. 8, 2018 at 5:30pm.  A visit with Santa afterwards!





















IMG_2605New signage coming soon on 227.







Two new Stamping Ground businesses celebrated their grand openings last week! Thanks to Scott County Judge Executive George Lusby, Deputy Judge Jared Hollon, Sadieville Mayor Claude Christenson, Stamping Ground Mayor Kayla Jones, Stamping Ground Commissioner Christa Darnell, and friends and family of the new business owners for helping to celebrate the ribbon-cutting and grand opening ceremonies.

Best of luck to Chad and Shannon Riddle of Shae’s Cafe and David and Jean Carol Vest of Vest Fabricating/Stamping Ground Supply.

May you prosper in Stamping Ground!






Attention Main Street, Sebree, Woodlake, Locust Fork, Riley, Wright, Calvert, Burch, Mulberry, Springview, Parker’s Mobile Home Court, Elk Drive, and all Stamping Ground residents! The Buffalo Trail 227 Yard Sale is fast approaching! It will be held in September on the Saturday of Labor Day weekend. (Sept. 5) See the Buffalo Trail 227 Yard Sale page on FaceBook for more information. This is not only for 227 but for all the side streets in Stamping Ground too! This has the potential to be a great community event, but we need participants. If you’re interested in having a yard sale that day, please call city hall at 502-535-6114. Theres no cost for advertising.

Thanks to Minorsville Christian and Stamping Ground Baptist Churches for being a part of this event and providing space for those needing a place to set up.


Helpful information for newer Stamping Ground residents:

First of all…..WELCOME TO THE STAMPING GROUND FAMILY!  We’re glad you’ve relocated here! City Commission meetings are the first Tuesday of every month at 6pm. We encourage your attendance and participation!

Stamping Ground Police Department (non-emergency) 502-535-6223

Stamping Ground Volunteer Fire Department (non-emergency) 502-535-7714

Scott County Sheriff’s Office (non-emergency) 502-863-7855

Scott County Judge-Executive’s office George Lusby 502-863-7850


Stamping Ground Elementary 502-570-8800

Scott County Middle School 502-863-7202

Scott County High School 502-863-4131


Stamping Ground Post Office 502-535-6183




Georgetown Municipal Water and Sewer Service- Call 502-863-7816 M-F  8:00-4:30pm

Time-Warner Cable, Internet, and Phone- 800-892-4357

Kentucky Utilities:

Business- 502-627-3313 or 800-331- 7370 (7am-6pm)

Residential- 502-589-1444 or 800-331-7370 (7am-7pm)

Rumpke 859-498-3322 (Trash pick-up is currently scheduled for every Monday morning)


State Senator Damon Thayer 502-564-8100 ext 644

State Rep. Ryan Quarles 502-564-8100 ext 671




This list is still being updated. If you have ideas on additional helpful numbers please call Kelly at City Hall (MWF) 502-535-6114 or email  mayorjones@stampinggroundkentucky.com

Also, Commissioners Darnell, Duncan, Hobbs, or Perry. (Contact info on this site)

We are currently assembling “Welcome Home to Stamping Ground” packets for new residents. It will be packed full of useful information, helpful phone numbers, and information about local organizations.