Copperfield is a deed restricted community. Our community consists of an elected Board of Directors who meet once per month (typically the second Monday of each month) and has active committees involved in the various aspects of enabling our neighborhood to function properly. Some of the facilities within the neighborhood include a Clubhouse, a 25-meter pool and baby pool, a playground, tennis courts, a basketball court and a field for picnics/sports/activities.


  • Copperfield’s Clubhouse is a neighborhood space for entertaining up to 45 people. It has full kitchen facilities and can be reserved through the Contact Us methods. The rental fee is currently $50.
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  • Copperfield has a six lane, 25-meter pool and a baby pool. Both pools were resurfaced in the fall of 2015. Admission is free to any Copperfield resident in good standing by presenting your validated membership card at the gate. To validate your membership card for 2017 (or request a new card, if necessary) please fill out the pool access form.

    Pool Access Form
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Pool Rules & Schedule

2017 Pool Schedule
Pool Opens: May 27
Pool Closes: September 4
Summer Hours
Tuesday: 1:00-9:00pm
Sunday: 12:00pm-9:00pm
All other days: 11:00am-9:00pm
School Hours (when Jefferson County schools are in session)
Mon-Thur: 4:00-8:00pm
Friday: 4:00-9:00pm
Saturday: 11:00am-9:00pm
Sunday: 12:00pm-7:00pm
*The pool closes early (approx. 4:00pm) on up to five days a summer in order to accommodate the Copperfield Sharks swim team hosting meets. The pool also closes early on special event evenings (such as Teen Night or the Adult Luau). These dates will be posted at the pool and on NextDoor.
Please familiarize yourself with and abide by the Copperfield Pool Rules.

Pool Rules


  • A playground area and swings are available for younger children.

Tennis Courts

  • The two tennis courts are available to Copperfield residents on a first-come, first-served basis, seven days a week from dawn until dusk. The courts were resurfaced in 2006, and also include a practice wall. They are for the use and enjoyment of CHA members and their guests. (A member must accompany guests on the courts.)
  • Please follow these simple rules:

    • Food and alcoholic beverages may not be brought onto the court.
    • Dispose of all litter properly.
    • Courts are available on a first-come, first-served basis.
    • No activities other than tennis are allowed on the courts.

Basketball Court

  • The basketball court was built in 2002 and consists of a striped half court with a Gorilla goal. The court is for the use of all Copperfield residents and is available on a first-come, first-served basis.
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Trash Removal

Trash removal is included with CHA membership for all residents of Copperfield. Waste Management is currently the contractor for the service, and provides up to two 96-gallon carts per home free of charge. Trash removal (and all other services—contracted separately and individually by residents) normally occurs on Wednesday, and Waste Management asks that carts be at the curb by Tuesday night. If you have difficulty getting the cart to the curb yourself, contact Waste Management (502-966-0117) and they will collect your cart from next to your garage, wheel it to the curb to empty it, and return it to its spot next to the garage.

Additional services, which may be contracted individually through Waste Management, include:

  • Recycling: $2/month
    Waste Management will provide up to two 18-gallon bins, or you may supply your own container
  • Yard Waste Removal: $3/month
    Sticks/branches should be trimmed to less than 48 inches and bundled.

    Residents who utilize yard waste collection services must use one of the following containers: reusable bin, paper yard waste bag, or compostable plastic bag meeting ASTM D6400 standards. (This is a Louisville Metro regulation.) Yard waste in plastic bags will not be collected, and the homeowner may be subject to fines.

Snow Removal

During snow events, Copperfield contracts with a local company (currently Over-a-Ton of Services) to salt and scrape the neighborhood streets. The CHA does its best to ensure that our streets are safe for buses, commuters and anyone else who needs to traverse them. Please do your part by making sure to clear the sidewalk in front of your home so that student bus riders/walkers/joggers aren’t forced into the street.

Nearby Amenities & Community Links

Copperfield is located in the heart of Louisville’s east end corridor, with convenient access to a variety of shopping destinations, restaurants and places of worship. There are also a number of entertainment activities available within walking distance or a short bike ride or drive.

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  • The Parklands of Floyd’s Fork

    Founded in 2004, 21st Century Parks is a private nonprofit corporation created to bring fresh vision to the development and preservation of new public parklands. 21st Century Parks has acquired nearly 4,000 acres of new parkland in the Floyds Fork watershed for a systemic, world-class addition to the Louisville Park System called The Parklands of Floyds Fork. The Parklands of Floyds Fork cuts right through the heart of the last major undeveloped section of Metro Louisville. It preserves a vanishing landscape while creating the finest urban edge in the country.

    At Beckley Creek Park the possibilities are as wide open as the Egg Lawn. From fishing lakes and trails, to the education center, picnic pavilions and the popular Marshall Playground and Sprayground — this park is just what you need to get the family together.

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  • Middletown Public Library

    The mission of the Louisville Free Public Library is to provide the people of Louisville Metro with the broadest possible access to knowledge, ideas and information, and to support them in their pursuit of learning. The Middletown Library serves residents from a municipal building also housing the Louisville Metro Police’s 8th Division, a County Clerk’s office, Driver’s Licensing bureau, Vocational Rehabilitation, and a Department of Health office. The LFPL offers a number of free services and access to residents of Jefferson County.

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  • House of BOOM

    The House of Boom is the home of extreme air sports in eastern Jefferson County. A building full of trampolines, it offers a variety of fun, challenging activities to keep kids and adults alike active and entertained. Play a game of dodge ball, or check out the Gutter Run, Floating Beam, Rope Forest, Monkey Bridge, Spider Wall, Foam Pit of Death and many more!

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  • Xscape Premium Theater

    14 theaters featuring Xtreme 70-foot screens and fully reclining leather seats. Food, beer and wine are all available while you enjoy the latest Hollywood blockbusters. Rent a theater for a special occasion, or just relax and enjoy a great movie.

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  • Main Event

    Main Event Entertainment is a top destination for people ready to play! Its unique “Eat.Bowl.Play.” experience features state-of-the-art bowling, multi-level laser tag, high ropes adventure courses, billiards, tabletop shuffleboard, and interactive and virtual video games, with dining experiences ranging from fast-casual to chef-inspired casual with creative cocktails, beer and wine. Corporations, individuals and families consistently rank Main Event as “Best Place to Bowl” and “Best Party Place.”

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  • Midland Trail Golf Club

    Midland Trail is a private golf club for its members and their guests. Membership is kept to 650 individual members. To join one must first apply to the “Membership Waiting List.” Individuals are brought from that list December – March or as spots become available. Prospective members can only play the course by accompanying a current member or via invitation by PGA Director of Golf or Head Professional (regular guest rates will apply).

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  • Valhalla Golf Club

    A modern paradise for championship golf, Valhalla Golf Club was designed by all-time major Champion Jack Nicklaus. Valhalla’s quality is unparalleled in the Bluegrass State, as it is ranked No. 1 in Kentucky and among “America’s 100 Greatest Courses” by Golf Digest. Valhalla has hosted three PGA Championships, two Senior PGA Championships, and of course the 2008 Ryder Cup. This thrilling, challenging layout is where Tiger Woods held off Bob May in a riveting three-hole PGA Championship playoff and where the United States prevailed in spectacular fashion to reclaim the Ryder Cup.

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  • King Louie’s Sports Complex

    King Louie’s Sports Complex is a 24,000 square foot state-of-the-art, climate-controlled indoor arena capable of hosting multiple sporting and other events including lacrosse, field hockey, soccer and flag football. In addition to sport leagues, King Louie offers a range of skills clinics, camps and athlete training and development programs. The indoor facility is also capable of hosting corporate meetings, civic functions and kid and adult parties in the meeting and party rooms located on a large balcony overlooking the indoor athletic field.

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  • MidAmerica Sports Center

    The MidAmerica Sports Center is a 64,000 square foot premier sports facility that opened in October 2002. The beautiful facility offers nine volleyball courts or five full-size basketball courts, or any combination in between. Home to the MidAmerica Volleyball Association, a community-based volleyball club, the facility offers leagues and training for all skill levels. Also includes a 4,000 square foot state-of-the-art fitness center staffed with professional on-site personal trainers.