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Click Here to use a credit/debit card to make a secure online payment
toward your active or delinquent sanitation bill, CDD, or DARS invoice.
***If you are using this portal to pay for CDD or DARS,
please list your invoice number in the "Resident ID" box.***

To pay your garbage bill, your Account Number will be helpful so that we can apply your payment correctly. Call Amy at 270-692-3451 with any questions. We also accept payments
by cash, credit/debit, check/MO, and can take card payments by phone. A small fee will apply
to all card payments.
 If you are 65 or older, your residential​ account is eligible for our Senior Rate.​

2024 Holiday Schedule with garbage route adjustments

Monday, January 1, 2024 - New Year's Day (Double route on Tuesday, 1/2)
Monday, January 15, 2024 - Martin Luther King, Jr's Birthday (observed) (Double route on Tuesday, 1/16)
Friday, March 29, 2024 (1/2 day) - Good Friday (No change to garbage)
Monday, May 27, 2024 - Memorial Day  (Double route on Tuesday, 5/28)
Thursday, July 4, 2024 - Independence Day (Double route on Friday, 7/5)
Monday, September 2, 2024 - Labor Day (Double route on Tuesday, 9/3)
Tuesday, November 5, 2024 - Presidential Election Day (Double route on Wednesday, 11/6)
Monday, November 11, 2024- Veterans Day (Double route on Tuesday, 11/12)
Thursday & Friday, November 28-29, 2024 - Thanksgiving (Double routes on Wed 11/27 & Monday 11/30)
Tuesday & Wednesday, December 24-25, 2024 - Christmas (Double routes on Mon 12/23 & Thurs 12/26)
Tuesday, December 31, 2024 - New Year's Eve (Double routes on Monday 12/30)
Wednesday, January 1, 2025 - New Year's Day (Double routes on Thursday 1/2)

*These dates reflect pre-approved closings for holidays. Additional closings may occur
due to bad weather or at the Judge's discretion.

Located in Kentucky's Bluegrass Region, Marion County is equidistant from Louisville, Lexington, and Frankfort. Lebanon, the county seat, is within one day's traveling distance of two-thirds of the nation's population. In recent years, Lebanon has established itself as a center of trade, commerce, and industry in Central Kentucky.

For more than a decade, Marion County has gained a reputation as a working community. Adding over 4,000 new jobs and renewed prosperity to the area, it continues to grow with technology, education, and global competitiveness.

We are very proud to be one of the TOP 25 school systems in Kentucky. Offering Vocational Training at our Area Technology Center is a complement to our industrial community and provides excellent training pathways to secure jobs.

Our housing and residential opportunities are readily available and we have very modest tax rates as well as utility costs.

The most amazing aspect of Marion County is the people. Strong small towns and rural communities are scattered throughout the county, making the quality of life perfect for families and residents. Lebanon is an old historic town of 6,000--the largest town in the county of approximately 20,000.

We are glad you have chosen to visit our Marion County website. Our county offices and staff hope that we can better serve you with our online access to information you may need.