Important Phone Numbers
  • Emergency



    (502) 955-7480

  • Bullitt County Sheriff's Office

    (502) 543-2514

    Shepherdsville Police Department

    (502) 921-1000

    Mt. Washington Police Department

    (502) 538-8143

    Pioneer Village Police Department

    (502) 957-6548

    Lebanon Junction Police Department

    (502) 833-2244

    Louisville Metro Police Department

    (502) 574-7111

    Zoneton Fire Department

    Station 1 - (502) 955-5009
    Station 2 - (502) 957-3303

    Bullitt County Detention Center

    (502) 543-7263 

    Louisville Metro Corrections

    (502) 574-8477

    Probation & Parole

    (502) 543-2379

    Child Protective Services

    (502) 543-7051

    Bullitt County Road Department

    (502) 543-2510

    Bullitt County Sanitation District

    (502) 957-6140

    Bullitt County Circuit Clerk

    (502) 955-7764

    Bullitt County District Clerk

    (502) 955-7512

    Bullitt County Attorney 

    (502) 543-1505

    Bullitt - Commonwealth Attorney

    (502) 543-4157

    Hillview City Attorney

    (502) 543-1883

    Bullitt County Animal Shelter

    (502) 543-8686  545

    Kentucky State Police

    1-800-222-5555 (within Kentucky)

    American Red Cross

    (502) 955-6259 or (502) 543-7501

  • Louisville Gas & Electric:  
    Gas       (502) 627-3101 
    Electric (502) 627-3401

    Waste Management

    (502) 966-0272 or (502) 966-0117

    Louisville Water Company

    (502) 569-3600

    Salt River Electric

    (502) 543-3083

    Insight Communications

    (502) 357-4400



  • Kentucky Cabinet for Health & Family Services

    (502) 543-7081 

    Foster Care & Adoption

    (502) 955-6591

    Child Support

    (502) 921-1155
    Bullitt County Health Department 

    (502) 543 - 2415
    Hillview Post Office

    (502) 955-4487

    Hillview Library

    (502) 957-5759

    The Center for Women & Families

    (502) 538-0212

    Child Abuse Hotline

    (502) 595-4550

    Crisis Center

    (502) 589-4313

    Poison Control Center

    (502) 589-8222

    Seven Counties Services


    CASA Program for Bullitt County


    Fax: (502) 543-4554  

    If your vehicle was towed by Hillview Police, contact:
    Troy's Wrecker Service

    870 Old Preston Hwy N.

    Louisville, KY 40229

    (502) 955-5955

Sat, 02 Mar 2024
The dumpster located at 635 Prairie Drive will be open from 8am-4pm for Hillview residents only (must show driver's ID for proof of residency). They do not accept anything regulated by the EPA, limbs,...Read more...
Fri, 01 Mar 2024
Fish Fry 4pm-7pm Hillview Government Center 283 Crestwood Lane Every Friday February 16-March 22ndRead more...
Thu, 29 Feb 2024
Hillview Government Center starts at 5:30pm Kitchen opens at 5pm and closes at 8pm.Read more...
Wed, 28 Feb 2024
Jesse Schott Gymnasium Pickle Ball, every Wednesday 2pm-4:30pm
Wed, 28 Feb 2024
Food basket giveaway every Wednesday 1pm-2pm 1191 Hillview Blvd. (back of the building)Read more...
News and Announments
Stay up to date with current events happening in & around Hillview!
Bullitt County Students Head Back To School Tomorrow

Tomorrow morning Bullitt County students head back to school for the 2018-2019 school year. In an effort to keep kids safe to and from school, Hillview Police will be in school zones focusing on school zone speed limits, child passenger restraint laws, seat belts, texting while driving and passing/stopping for school buses.

What can you do to help ensure our school zones are safe this school year? Hillview Police are are offering the following suggestions:

  • Please be patient! Impatience leads to aggressive driving, rude or unwarranted behavior, pedestrian and bicycle collisions and it creates traffic gridlock. Remember, everyone has the same goal in mind, to get our children safely to and from school. Also, remember the habits you exhibit in your driving and demeanor are typically passed on to your children when they start driving.
  • Give yourself plenty of time in the morning! As traffic volumes and congestion on the roadways increase, so does the length of time it takes to travel to your destination. Giving yourself more time by leaving earlier reduces stress, increases your awareness and improves your driving. Obey the posted speed limit signs and directional signs. These signs assist in the traffic flow into and out of the schools and assist in the safety of the students who walk and bike to school. One misplaced car can disrupt the traffic flow and the safety of students.
  • Watch and obey the school crossing guards. Crossing guards are provided to assist with school traffic and the safe street crossing of your students. Be on the lookout, be prepared to stop, and be prepared to follow their directions so our children can get to and from school safely.
  • If you are driving your children to school, have them ready to leave the car, with all of their belongings, when you come to a stop at the school. Backups and delays are caused when children have to get their backpacks and other items from the trunk or back seat of a car. Explore other alternatives such as carpool, ride-sharing, walking, or biking to school.


Where there are school buses, there are usually children. Children are likely to do something unexpected, so be prepared. Per Kentucky Revised Statute 189.370, when you come to a school bus that is stopped on any roadway to load or unload passengers, you must STOP. All motorist must remained stopped until all people are cleared off the roadway and the bus is in motion. A stop is NOT required when approaching a stopped school bus from the opposite direction upon a highway of four or more lanes.

However, a STOP is required when following a school bus that is stopped on a two-lane road or you are going in the opposite direction of the bus on a highway that has less than four lanes, as they are generally not divided. 




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