First surveyed in 1774 and with the first building erected in 1779, Hurstbourne is now a 4th-class city of approximately 4,200 residents. One of it’s early landmarks, Lyndon Hall, was built in 1842 and is now part of the clubhouse of the Hurstbourne Country Club. Serious residential and commercial development began in the mid-1960s as the City of Louisville began expanding to the east. Virtually all of the available land was developed by the early 1990s, and the city has been a vibrant part of the Louisville landscape ever since. Hurstbourne is still a well-loved neighborhood, due to it’s proximity to I-64 (and I-264/Watterson Expressway), neighboring shopping centers and relatively short commute to downtown Louisville businesses. Every sort of dining, grocery, retail/big box and other services may be found along Hurstbourne Parkway, which has now been extended from Fern Creek to the south all the way to Highway 22 near the Ohio River. More information about Hurstbourne city services may be found by calling 502-426-4808 or visiting www.hurstbourne.org.