City of Strathmoor Manor

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Strathmoor Manor is a sixth-class city in Jefferson County, Kentucky, United States. The population was 333 at the 2000 census.

Much of Strathmoor Manor was developed by Clarence C. Hieatt, who constructed over 70 subdivisions in Louisville in sixty years as a developer. It was developed gradually from 1921 to 1925. According to the Kentucky Secretary of State, Strathmoor Manor was incorporated on May 6, 1931. The city is characterized by tree-lined streets, wide setbacks, and unique home architecture.


Strathmoor Manor is classified as a 6th class city in Kentucky. Sixth class cities include cities with a population less than 1,000.

Strathmoor Manor has a Mayor City Commission form of government. In addition to the elected mayor there are four elected city commissioners. The mayor and four commissioners together comprise the city commission.


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