Summer Meal Program

On June 1st, Scott Co Schools Nutrition Services will be transitioning to summer meals. For more information, follow them on Facebook and watch the website

City-wide Yardsale

The city wide yardsale was planned for June 6th to coincide with the US 25 sale, but it has been changed it to October 2nd and  3rd. There are spots available for rental at the park. Call city hall for more info.

In 2016, the cities of Georgetown, Sadieville and Stamping Ground formed the Local Government of Scott County Joint Code Enforcement Board. According to an interlocal agreement, the City of Georgetown administers the Code Enforcement division. Code enforcement investigates violates of our cities ordinances such as:

  • Tall grass
  • Property Maintenance
  • Broken Sidewalks

Be sure to keep your property citation free!

Safety Tip from Chief Bruner

Now that it is becoming warmer more people are out and about. Do not forget to close your garage doors and be sure to lock the door between your house and garage.

Remember, there is a leash law in Sadieville. Please always keep your dog secured.

The City of Sadieville was incorporated in the year of 1880 and named for Mrs. Sadie Pack, one of the most highly honored citizens of Scott County.

The city is built around Eagle Creek and on a railway that was once the greatest and most lucrative in the south. As a shipping point, Sadieville was without a doubt, one of the best on the Southern Road. In 1904 there were 216 cars of stock, logs, and tobacco shipped which amounted to thousands of dollars. Over $13,000 worth of rabbits, hides, produce, etc., were shipped by Sadieville merchants in 1904. Sadieville was the largest market for shipping yearling mules and colts in the country, and the firm Burgess and Gano purchased most all of the mules and colts in Sadieville and from there they were shipped to many points in the state of Georgia.

The young mules and colts would be kept in corrals out in the country, until three or four hundred of them had been delivered by the stock raisers and then drivers would each get on horseback in front, at the side, and in the rear of the drove, and drive them to the stockyards in Sadieville which was alongside the railroad tracks. Two or three men would always go along the road in advance, and notify the residents that the “mules were coming”. They really raised a thick cloud of dust but at least the youngsters enjoyed it. Dust was at times as bad as a heavy fog.

Meet Your Parks & Recreation Officer

Debra Stamper was born in Cynthiana then attended Sadieville Elementary School and graduated from Scott County High School in the class of 1985. She married a Lexington boy and moved him back to Sadieville in 1996. She lives with her husband Raymond, son Tim, Scruffy the dog and cats. She is proud of her hometown and has been working hard to make Sadieville pretty, with lots of space for fun and recreation! She will be following the State of Kentucky’s recommendation for opening all parks in the city limits. Currently all spaces are being pressure washed and disinfected with bleach to be clean and ready for opening.

Sadieville Sunshine

The American Legion will be holding their 102nd Memorial Day Pilgrimage at the following times on May 25th:

Sadieville Cemetery 9:30AM

Davis Cemetery 8:30AM

Sadieville in September

The festival is planned for September 26th. Right now, we are holding steady to this date. Unfortunately, due to the uncertainness of the time we are in this is subject to change. We plan to have live music, vendors, a silent auction and more to come. For more vendor information, please visit

Mayor’s Minute

Hello Sadieville folks, I hope this finds all well and as you are receiving an info bulletin to help keep you informed on what is news here in Sadieville. The City Commission voted April 27th to send out a bulletin once a quarter with pertinent city info and happenings. Hope this helps make a difference informing our citizens of business that occurs here in town and how it affects us all. We will be sharing more in the future and we look forward to communicating with you folks in this manner.  Please join us at our city meetings which are held every 4th Monday of the month at 6PM at city hall. Due to Memorial Day, May’s meeting will be held on May 26th.

– Mayor Rob Wagoner

Reminder About Livestock

Per Sadieville’s ordinance, “Livestock may be kept within the corporate limits of the city under the following conditions:

  • For every acre of agricultural land that the livestock owner leases, uses or owns, a maximum of two head of livestock per acre may be kept”

Learn More About Ordinances


Sadieville Cookbook

Be a part of the Sadieville Cookbook! Email, mail or drop your recipes off at city hall. The sale of the cookbooks will help fund the Sadieville Event Committee.

Trash Removal

Each residence is responsible for paying and maintaining their own trash removal service through Rumpke. They can be reached at 800-828-8171.

May 18, 2020                    ISSUE 1

Important Contact Information

CITY HALL PH (502) 857-4576

POLICE DEPT PH (502) 857-9055