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Glenmary is located 1 mile south of the Gene Snyder Freeway, south of the Louisville, KY suburb of Fern Creek. Glenmary is a deed restricted neighborhood managed by the Glenmary Homeowners Association Board of Directors.
The Glenmary Homeowners Association was incorporated by HFH and was managed by them until HFH declared bankruptcy and discontinued operations. In March 1997 the Association was turned over to the residents of Glenmary and is now, being managed by the Glenmary Homeowners Association  Board of Directors; elected by the residents. The governing directives of the Glenmary Homeowners Association are the Articles of Incorporation, the By-Laws, and the Declaration of Covenants Conditions and Restrictions, a.k.a. the Deed Restrictions.  Further information can be found on the Governing Documents page of this website.

The Association operates on a calendar year. The Board of Directors, consisting of seven directors is the governing body for the Association. The Directors are elected at an annual member's meeting held the first Monday of October. The term of office is two years. The Board of Directors then elects the officers of the Association.

The subdivisions earliest records of the land, which would become Glenmary was sold by Colonel George Hancock to Dr. Theodore Elliott in 1854. It was Probably Colonel Hancock that Named the land "Glenmary" after his wife. The last family to live at Glenmary was U.S.. Magistrate George Long. In July 1988 Judge Long sold the property to HFH Incorporated which developed the Glenmary Subdivision. The first owners moved into their homes in February 1990. Since then the number of homes / lots have risen to 864
Again, welcome to Glenmary. We know you will find this an outstanding area to live and raise a family.