The neighborhood you choose for your family is extremely important. Located in the Fern Creek area of Louisville Metro in Jefferson County, Kentucky (ZIP Code 40291), Jefferson Trace is a great choice for a medium-sized neighborhood that is located in a non-commercial area, but still maintains great conveniences. Located between Billtown Road and Bardstown Road, just inside the Gene Snyder Freeway (I-265), Jefferson Trace. While there are small grocery stores, fueling stations, liquor store, and other amenities located on Billtown Road, the area is very non-commercialized. At the same time, Jefferson Trace is only a few minutes from many restaurants, banks, grocery stores, and other businesses located on Bardstown Road, Ruckriegel Parkway, and Taylorsville Road. Just 15 minutes or so away you can find even more in Jefferstontown, and on Hurstbourne Parkway, and the Middletown area.
Pool and Amenities
The Jefferson Trace Community features approximately 140 homes and was developed starting in 1999. The cornerstone of the neighborhood is a pool that is approximately 1200 square feet, featuring lounge chairs, tables/chairs with umbrellas, outdoor showers, separate restrooms for males/females, and a water fountain. Steps lead into the shallow 3-foot end with the deepest end being 5-feet deep. During the majority of the pool season we do have lifeguards on duty but there are times when no lifeguards are on duty, as well. Pool rules are posted on-site and should be followed by guests. The pool gates are locked and require a key to get in. If you live in the Jefferson Trace Community and need a key to the pool, please click here.
Homeowners dues are currently $500 per year as of 2020 and are paid annually. These dues pay for pool maintenance, mowing and landscaping in common areas, snow removal, signage, and other common neighborhood maintenance. The Jefferson Trace HOA’s goal is to ensure we have a pleasant and safe neighborhood, while ensuring residents are respectful of neighbors and property deed restrictions, and making every attempt to not be overly restrictive or invasive. While our neighborhood and HOA is not perfect, we do feel we have a wonderful, inclusive, and safe neighborhood.