Cooper Farms Clubhouse Closing

In order to eliminate the chance of COVID-19 being spread through use of our fitness equipment or facilities, we will be closing the clubhouse effective immediately. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

Thank You,
Michael Clapp
Cooper Farms HOA

Covid-19 Service for Cooper Farms


During the COVID-19 pandemic, we are all being asked to be responsible citizens and self-quarantine if we are sick or have come into contact with someone who is known to have the COVID-19 virus.

To help assist with this, we would like to offer grocery pick-up and delivery to any of our at-risk or self-quarantined residents who are unable to pick up groceries themselves.


In order to reduce the risk to ourselves, we will be taking the following precautions:

  • We will require the ability and willingness to pay using electronic means: Paypal, Google Wallet, or Venmo
  • Alternatively you may place the order online yourself and we will pick it up for you.




  • We will only use curbside pickup in order to limit the exposure of those delivering the groceries.
  • We will bring the groceries to your front door and ring the doorbell and/or knock and then back away at least six feet.  We will wait until someone comes to the door to retrieve the groceries.
  • We will not assist with bringing groceries into your home.


If you need us to place an order for you or pick up an order you have placed, please send an e-mail to cooperfarms@cooperfarms.net and we will respond as quickly as we are able.

Please include a contact number and your address.

We will monitor this e-mail between the hours of 9:00 AM and 9:00 PM Monday through Friday.


If you are not comfortable utilizing the service Cooper Farms is offering, we have included additional programs available to Louisville residents below:


A site to match younger, healthy helpers with older or at-risk people during the COVID-19 pandemic.



Louisville is providing frozen meals for free to seniors.

The meals will be available starting Tuesday at six locations across Jefferson County from 10 a.m. to noon. People 60 and older will be able to receive one box of five meals each week until April 3.


The pickup locations are:
Mondays -- Shawnee Community Center, 607 S. 37th St., 40212
Tuesdays – Beechmont Community Center, 205 Wellington Avenue, 40214
Wednesdays – Sun Valley Community Center, 6505 Bethany Lane, 40272; and East Government Center, 200 Juneau Drive, 40243
Thursdays – Wilderness Road Senior Center, 8111 Blue Lick Road, 40219
Fridays – Arthur S. Kling Center, 219 W. Ormsby Ave., 40203



Free meals for students while school is out.  Provided by JCPS

JCPS will open 43 sites for families to pick up breakfast and lunch while schools are closed.  The district will operate 37 school sites and eight mobile sites from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Monday through Friday. Only one meal per child present will be allowed. Here are links to a list of sites, a map and menus:

Site list:






Cooper Farms is a community of nearly 650 homes and growing. Located off Mt. Washington Road, just south of the Gene Snyder Freeway, off Preston Highway. Cooper Farms is home to many picturesque trees and beautiful woodland protected areas. We are close to shopping centers with numerous restaurants and retail opportunities.

Cooper Farms is a great place to call home and is a family oriented neighborhood. The Club at Cooper Farms has a junior Olympic size pool, fitness center, playground and picnic areas.

Cooper Farms website is a place for Homeowners to come to for community related information. If you have questions, suggestions or would like to get more involved with your community by joining a committee or would like to be a member of the Board of Directors, please contact our management agent, Amber Gabbard with Mulloy Properties at 498-2403.

For New Owners: If you are new to the neighborhood or selling your home in Cooper Farms, it is important to contact Mulloy Properties to let them know there is a change of Ownership. Many homes in Cooper Farms sell and change ownership and we are never contacted to update our records. It is important to have the owner of record in our data base to receive community related communications and to bill the appropriate party for the annual assessments.