Fisherville Area Neighborhood Association is a non-profit association of residents and owners in the greater Fisherville area organized to promote our interests, represent our views with government agencies, and preserve the rural character and natural resources of our area. Learn more


A huge development called Covington by the Park is proposed for the Fisherville area on Taylorsville Lake Road. See this link to a recent Courier Journal article, which provides additional information: Huge housing project set for southeast Jefferson

On January 11, 2016 Long Run Creek Properties, LLC, of 3911 Wilderness Trail filed a land use application with Louisville Metro Planning and Design Services. Partial zoning changes involving the former 440 acre Logan property would allow:

  • 18 acres on Taylorsville Lake Road to be rezoned C1 (commercial development)
  • 135 acres to be rezoned from RR (Rural Residential, environmentally sensitive) to R4 (4 lots per acre).

The preliminary plan (Case #16ZONE1002) intends a “conservation” subdivision of 1,390 densely packed lots, along with the commercial development. See the Plat. This will be by far the largest subdivision ever built in this area.

The Fisherville Area Neighborhood Association (FANA) mission is to preserve the rural character and natural resources of the area; therefore, FANA is opposed to this plan. Details of our objections and how you can help FANA are outlined in the sections below.

Please watch for future announcements about subdivision plans,
zoning hearings and community meetings here and on our Facebook page. How Can I Help?


The Fisherville Area Neighborhood Association (FANA) mission is to preserve the rural character and natural resources of the area; FANA is opposed to the proposed plan due to the following concerns:

  • Traffic on Taylorsville and Taylorsville Lake Roads will dramatically increase resulting in a return to long wait times.
  • Development is proposed on land in the Floyds Fork Review Overlay.
  • The subdivision will require extension of sewers to the area; this will enable additional high density development in this area.
  • Runoff from lawns and impervious surfaces such as roofs and pavement will add to pollution of Floyds Fork.
  • Density of 1,390 proposed lots is not consistent with current land uses, such as farms and 5-acre tract subdivisions.
  • Logging and clearing of the property has already begun and will result in a drastic loss of tree canopy. View aerial photos of the site on February 22nd showing logging efforts


This property includes the following street addresses: 4201/4501 Taylorsville Lake Rd.,15400 Taylorsville Rd., 4200/4201/4111 Yellow Brick Rd.

The above overlay is not an exact boundary and is only meant to give an idea of location.


Please use the form below to submit comments. You can also email us directly at or mail us at PO Box 56, Fisherville, KY 40023.