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All sales are held on Thursday mornings starting promptly at 9:00 a.m. and are held in Courtroom 1A (effective January 3, 2019) of the Justice Center Building, Burlington, Kentucky.

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Past County Commissioners

Prior to the “one man, one vote” Supreme Court rulings in 1960s the Fiscal Court was divided into a City district, East district, and West district with US 431, Panther Creek, South Fork of Panther Creek, and Two Mile Creek being the dividing line. Since 1974, the West district has generally included western Owensboro and areas along and west of KY 81.

West County Commissioner

  • 1918-1926  W. G. Riney
  • 1926-1930  Bert Haley
  • 1930-1934  G. A. Jett
  • 1934-1938  Frank Fogel
  • 1938-1946  Noel Magruder
  • 1946-1954  William A. Baird
  • 1954-1970  Joe Paul Warren
  • 1970-1980  Jim Riney
  • 1980-1999  David Warren
  • 1999-2011  Mike Riney
  • 2011          George Wathen

Prior to the “one man, one vote” Supreme Court rulings in 1960s the Fiscal Court was divided into a City district, East district, and West district. Since 1974, the Central district has generally included central Owensboro and areas between Millers Mill Rd/KY 762 and KY 81. People who held the office of County Commissioner – City are listed below those who held Central Commissioner.

City County Commissioner

  • 1918-1926  W. N. “Tack” Horn
  • 1926-1934  Herbert H. Hale
  • 1934-1938  J. Allen Lashbrook
  • 1938-1942  Keith Taylor
  • 1942-1954  Richard Thompson
  • 1954-1962  Marshall Hale
  • 1962-1966  Pat Tanner

Central County Commissioner

  • 1966-1978  John Oldham
  • 1978-1986  Roy Stoops
  • 1986          Ben Allen Burns
  • 1986-1987  Mary Ella Burns
  • 1987-1990  Dennis Ebelhar
  • 1990-1999  Gary Boswell
  • 1999-2011  Bruce Kunze
  • 2011-         Charlie Castlen

Prior to the “one man, one vote” Supreme Court rulings in 1960s the Fiscal Court was divided into a City district, East district, and West district with US 431, Panther Creek, South Fork of Panther Creek, and Two Mile Creek being the dividing line. Since 1974, the East district has generally included eastern Owensboro and areas east of Millers Mill Rd/KY 762.

East County Commissioner

  • 1918-1922  W. S. Wilson
  • 1922-1930  B. W. “Bood” Barrett
  • 1930-1934  O. D. Haynes
  • 1934-1938  Eddis J. Boswell
  • 1938-1958  Thomas B. Birkhead
  • 1958-1970  G. Jacob “Jake” Gerteisen
  • 1970-1974  George F. Keown
  • 1974-1978  William J. Froelich
  • 1978-1982  Ronnie Wells
  • 1982-1999  Fred Marksberry
  • 1999-2015  Jim Lambert
  • 2015-         Mike Koger
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Responsibilities of the County Commissioners:
     County Commissioners are elected only in counties where a majority of the voters have adopted a commissioner form of fiscal court at an election help pursuant to KRS67.050. County commissioners hold no other powers or duties outside of those held as members of the fiscal court, except that they may perform marriages if authorized by the Governor or the county judge/executive (KRS 402.050).

 

Fiscal Court

     The fiscal court consists of the county judge/executive and the county commissioners. The county judge executive is a member and the presiding officer of the fiscal court, by virtue of Section144 of the Constitution. The courts have consistently held that as a member of the court, the judge executive has the same powers as any other fiscal court member, including the right to vote on all matters coming before the court. The county judge executive also has numerous other executive duties and powers, however, independent of his membership on the fiscal court. By contrast, the others fiscal court members (commissioners) have official power only when fiscal court is in session. When the fiscal court is adjourned, magistrates or commissioners posses no administrative or executive power in relation to county government. Commissioners may solemnize marriages when authorized by the Governor of Kentucky or the county judge executive of their county.

General Powers and Duties

     KRS.67.080 establishes a general outline of the fiscal court's responsibilities. Under this statute the fiscal court is permitted to appropriate county funds for lawful purposes, buy and sell county property, supervise the fiscal affairs of the county and county officers, and exercise all other corporate powers. Further, the fiscal court may investigate all activities of county government and establish appointive offices and define their duties (KRS.67.080).

 

     This statute also mandates certain fiscal court duties. The fiscal court must appropriate county funds for various purposes required by law. Additionally, the fiscal court is responsible for the construction, operation and maintenance of county buildings, roads and other property and for the incarceration of prisoners. Incarceration of prisoners may be accomplished either by maintaining a jail or by contracting with another county to provide jail space. Finally, the fiscal court is directed to adopt an administrative code for the county (KRS.67.080).

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Candidates and results


2018

2020 Louisville elections
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Filing deadline: January 10, 2020, June 2, 2020 (independent candidates)
Primary election: June 23, 2020
General election: November 3, 2020
Election stats
Offices up: Metro council even districts (13), County Commission Districts B and C, soil and water conservation supervisors (4), county surveyor (unexpired term), and family court judge of the 30th circuit court, seat 3 (unexpired term)
Total seats up: 20
Election type: Partisan & Nonpartisan
Other municipal elections
U.S. municipal elections, 2020

The city of Louisville, Kentucky, held regular general elections for 13 Metro Council districts, County Commission Districts B and C and four soil and water conservation supervisors. The city also held special elections for county surveyor and family court judge of Kentucky's 30th Circuit Court, Seat 3. All of the general elections were held on November 3, 2020. A primary was scheduled for June 23, 2020. The filing deadline for this election was January 10, 2020.

Election procedure changes in 2020

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Ballotpedia provided comprehensive coverage of how election dates and procedures changed in 2020. While the majority of changes occurred as a result of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, some changes occurred for other reasons.

Kentucky modified its absentee/mail-in voting procedures for the November 3, 2020, general election as follows:

  • Absentee/mail-in voting: Absentee/mail-in voting eligibility was extended to all voters "concerned with contracting or spreading COVID-19."

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The Democratic primary election was canceled. Incumbent Kathleen Parks advanced from the Democratic primary for Jefferson County Commission District C.

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County surveyor

No candidate filed to run in the primary race for Jefferson County Surveyor. Independent candidates had until June 2, 2020, to file to run in the general election on November 3, 2020

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About the city

See also: Louisville, Kentucky

Louisville is the county seat of Jefferson County. In 2003, Louisville and Jefferson County merged, making Louisville cover the whole county. As of 2013, the city's population was 609,893.[1]

City government

See also: Mayor-council government

The city of Louisville uses a strong mayor and city council system. In this form of municipal government, the city council serves as the city's primary legislative body and the mayor serves as the city's chief executive.

Demographics

The following table displays demographic data provided by the United States Census Bureau.

Demographic data for Louisville, Kentucky (2015)
 LouisvilleKentucky
Total population:608,7324,424,611
Land area (square miles):32539,486
Race and ethnicity[2]
White:71.1%87.6%
Black/African American:22.6%7.9%
Asian:2.4%1.3%
Native American:0.1%0.2%
Pacific Islander:0%0%
Two or more:3.2%2.1%
Hispanic/Latino:4.7%3.3%
Education
High school graduation rate:87.7%84.2%
College graduation rate:28%22.3%
Income
Median household income:$45,762$43,740
Persons below poverty level:18.1%22.7%
Source: U.S. Census Bureau, "American Community Survey" (5-year estimates 2010-2015)

Pivot Counties

See also: Pivot Counties by state

One of 120 Kentucky counties—0.83 percent—is a pivot county. Pivot counties are counties that voted for Barack Obama (D) in 2008 and 2012 and for Donald Trump (R) in 2016. Altogether, the nation had 206 pivot counties, with most being concentrated in upper midwestern and northeastern states.

Counties won by Trump in 2016 and Obama in 2012 and 2008
County Trump margin of victory in 2016 Obama margin of victory in 2012 Obama margin of victory in 2008
Elliott County, Kentucky44.13%2.50%25.17%

In the 2016 presidential election, Donald Trump (R) won Kentucky with 62.5 percent of the vote. Hillary Clinton (D) received 32.7 percent. In presidential elections between 1792 and 2016, Kentucky voted Democratic 45.6 percent of the time and Republican 26.3 percent of the time. In the five presidential elections between 2000 and 2016, Kentucky voted Republican all five times.[3]

The following table details results of the 2012 and 2016 presidential elections by state House districts in Kentucky. Click [show] to expand the table. The "Obama," "Romney," "Clinton," and "Trump" columns describe the percent of the vote each presidential candidate received in the district. The "2012 Margin" and "2016 Margin" columns describe the margin of victory between the two presidential candidates in those years. The "Party Control" column notes which party held that seat heading into the 2018 general election. Data on the results of the 2012 and 2016 presidential elections broken down by state legislative districts was compiled by Daily Kos.[4][5]

In 2012, Barack Obama (D) won 18 out of 100 state House districts in Kentucky with an average margin of victory of 24.5 points. In 2016, Hillary Clinton (D) won 18 out of 100 state House districts in Kentucky with an average margin of victory of 25 points. Clinton won one district controlled by a Republican heading into the 2018 elections.
In 2012, Mitt Romney (R) won 82 out of 100 state House districts in Kentucky with an average margin of victory of 32.8 points. In 2016, Donald Trump (R) won 82 out of 100 state House districts in Kentucky with an average margin of victory of 42 points. Trump won 20 districts controlled by Democrats heading into the 2018 elections.
2016 presidential results by state House district
DistrictObamaRomney2012 MarginClintonTrump2016 MarginParty Control
1 28.28% 70.29% R+42 21.07% 75.71% R+54.6 R
2 28.39% 70.02% R+41.6 19.66% 76.54% R+56.9 R
3 40.47% 57.82% R+17.3 36.33% 58.93% R+22.6 D
4 28.50% 70.01% R+41.5 19.59% 76.79% R+57.2 R
5 34.38% 63.66% R+29.3 28.15% 66.52% R+38.4 R
6 32.05% 66.22% R+34.2 22.63% 73.37% R+50.7 D
7 34.35% 64.05% R+29.7 25.60% 69.99% R+44.4 R
8 45.14% 53.78% R+8.6 40.22% 56.32% R+16.1 R
9 29.19% 69.46% R+40.3 22.92% 73.34% R+50.4 R
10 40.43% 57.99% R+17.6 29.06% 66.06% R+37 D
11 43.65% 55.17% R+11.5 34.91% 60.53% R+25.6 R
12 31.04% 67.42% R+36.4 20.94% 75.28% R+54.3 R
13 46.17% 51.87% R+5.7 39.24% 54.05% R+14.8 R
14 31.99% 66.02% R+34 22.42% 73.01% R+50.6 R
15 35.13% 63.22% R+28.1 23.89% 72.90% R+49 R
16 31.83% 66.81% R+35 24.20% 72.59% R+48.4 R
17 29.65% 69.19% R+39.5 26.55% 68.13% R+41.6 R
18 30.68% 67.92% R+37.2 21.96% 74.00% R+52 R
19 36.66% 61.97% R+25.3 28.23% 67.66% R+39.4 R
20 47.55% 50.21% R+2.7 47.28% 45.81% D+1.5 D
21 29.72% 68.87% R+39.2 19.57% 77.59% R+58 R
22 30.68% 68.01% R+37.3 22.20% 73.97% R+51.8 D
23 32.54% 65.99% R+33.5 23.11% 72.94% R+49.8 R
24 35.21% 63.25% R+28 24.18% 72.15% R+48 R
25 36.11% 62.25% R+26.1 29.69% 64.91% R+35.2 R
26 32.43% 66.01% R+33.6 25.01% 70.56% R+45.6 R
27 42.17% 56.05% R+13.9 30.64% 64.67% R+34 D
28 44.94% 53.71% R+8.8 37.86% 57.69% R+19.8 D
29 39.17% 59.62% R+20.5 38.23% 56.76% R+18.5 R
30 71.73% 26.98% D+44.8 69.58% 25.88% D+43.7 D
31 50.04% 48.33% D+1.7 50.75% 43.48% D+7.3 D
32 43.38% 55.29% R+11.9 47.38% 46.66% D+0.7 R
33 41.13% 57.48% R+16.3 43.59% 50.25% R+6.7 R
34 59.79% 37.94% D+21.9 65.14% 28.16% D+37 D
35 56.21% 41.52% D+14.7 53.85% 39.87% D+14 D
36 32.23% 66.72% R+34.5 35.92% 58.96% R+23 R
37 49.68% 48.67% D+1 44.50% 49.97% R+5.5 D
38 54.21% 44.14% D+10.1 48.62% 46.39% D+2.2 D
39 33.35% 64.62% R+31.3 30.32% 63.52% R+33.2 D
40 67.80% 30.82% D+37 64.07% 31.32% D+32.8 D
41 76.55% 21.94% D+54.6 75.28% 19.22% D+56.1 D
42 85.66% 12.50% D+73.2 84.31% 10.77% D+73.5 D
43 76.26% 23.02% D+53.2 74.36% 21.81% D+52.6 D
44 60.58% 38.30% D+22.3 55.32% 41.13% D+14.2 D
45 37.40% 60.69% R+23.3 41.04% 51.95% R+10.9 R
46 54.38% 44.35% D+10 50.32% 44.79% D+5.5 D
47 40.04% 58.29% R+18.3 25.17% 70.32% R+45.2 D
48 41.16% 57.55% R+16.4 46.46% 48.29% R+1.8 R
49 32.77% 65.53% R+32.8 23.27% 72.25% R+49 D
50 41.07% 57.59% R+16.5 30.97% 64.66% R+33.7 R
51 26.66% 72.21% R+45.5 19.84% 76.57% R+56.7 R
52 22.27% 76.72% R+54.4 15.23% 82.44% R+67.2 R
53 30.93% 67.34% R+36.4 21.74% 73.75% R+52 R
54 30.10% 68.30% R+38.2 26.05% 69.78% R+43.7 R
55 28.09% 70.49% R+42.4 23.18% 70.94% R+47.8 R
56 42.41% 55.60% R+13.2 40.91% 52.53% R+11.6 D
57 50.60% 47.40% D+3.2 45.10% 49.31% R+4.2 D
58 35.55% 63.19% R+27.6 30.51% 64.14% R+33.6 R
59 30.49% 67.97% R+37.5 30.74% 63.05% R+32.3 R
60 27.40% 70.85% R+43.4 24.75% 69.46% R+44.7 R
61 30.41% 68.03% R+37.6 21.75% 73.63% R+51.9 R
62 37.00% 61.15% R+24.2 31.04% 63.50% R+32.5 R
63 31.20% 66.99% R+35.8 31.78% 61.61% R+29.8 R
64 31.06% 67.21% R+36.2 26.56% 67.11% R+40.5 R
65 56.23% 41.12% D+15.1 50.32% 42.57% D+7.8 D
66 28.55% 69.70% R+41.2 25.31% 68.35% R+43 R
67 48.32% 49.06% R+0.7 44.07% 48.71% R+4.6 D
68 31.30% 66.80% R+35.5 29.27% 64.48% R+35.2 R
69 38.90% 58.93% R+20 34.35% 58.94% R+24.6 R
70 35.60% 62.91% R+27.3 23.57% 72.93% R+49.4 D
71 22.53% 75.99% R+53.5 18.98% 77.49% R+58.5 R
72 40.10% 58.03% R+17.9 32.18% 63.34% R+31.2 D
73 32.99% 65.40% R+32.4 28.17% 67.15% R+39 R
74 36.76% 61.45% R+24.7 26.75% 69.75% R+43 R
75 56.44% 40.17% D+16.3 59.29% 32.42% D+26.9 D
76 54.20% 43.37% D+10.8 54.52% 39.06% D+15.5 D
77 70.90% 26.97% D+43.9 67.96% 26.00% D+42 D
78 35.41% 62.52% R+27.1 25.41% 70.22% R+44.8 R
79 52.52% 44.89% D+7.6 54.48% 38.07% D+16.4 D
80 25.27% 73.15% R+47.9 18.88% 77.48% R+58.6 R
81 41.73% 55.80% R+14.1 39.31% 54.03% R+14.7 R
82 20.17% 78.63% R+58.5 14.96% 82.26% R+67.3 R
83 18.35% 80.19% R+61.8 13.46% 83.72% R+70.3 R
84 18.79% 79.76% R+61 17.84% 79.62% R+61.8 R
85 16.98% 81.77% R+64.8 13.26% 83.41% R+70.1 R
86 21.03% 77.60% R+56.6 14.55% 82.39% R+67.8 R
87 21.56% 76.86% R+55.3 15.69% 81.91% R+66.2 D
88 37.91% 60.16% R+22.3 42.13% 50.98% R+8.8 R
89 21.00% 77.27% R+56.3 17.30% 78.99% R+61.7 R
90 14.04% 84.43% R+70.4 11.55% 85.97% R+74.4 R
91 26.26% 71.89% R+45.6 21.15% 75.56% R+54.4 R
92 26.17% 71.86% R+45.7 20.45% 76.99% R+56.5 R
93 22.68% 75.61% R+52.9 15.01% 82.81% R+67.8 D
94 20.88% 76.88% R+56 17.76% 78.99% R+61.2 D
95 30.76% 66.72% R+36 23.50% 73.36% R+49.9 R
96 33.82% 63.97% R+30.1 20.35% 76.02% R+55.7 R
97 25.32% 72.56% R+47.2 17.72% 79.37% R+61.6 R
98 39.52% 58.63% R+19.1 25.37% 71.06% R+45.7 R
99 40.29% 57.31% R+17 28.36% 67.88% R+39.5 D
100 41.11% 56.89% R+15.8 29.95% 65.87% R+35.9 D
Total 37.81% 60.51% R+22.7 32.69% 62.54% R+29.8 -
Source: Daily Kos

See also

External links

  1. U.S. Census, "State and County Quick Facts," accessed August 6, 2014
  2. Note: Percentages for race and ethnicity may add up to more than 100 percent because respondents may report more than one race and the Hispanic/Latino ethnicity may be selected in conjunction with any race. Read more about race and ethnicity in the census here.
  3. 270towin.com, "Kentucky," accessed June 1, 2017
  4. Daily Kos, "Daily Kos Elections' statewide election results by congressional and legislative districts," July 9, 2013
  5. Daily Kos, "Daily Kos Elections' 2016 presidential results for congressional and legislative districts," February 6, 2017
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MacArthur Safety + Justice Challenge

In April of 2016, Lucas County was awarded a John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation $1.75 million grant to reform Lucas County's criminal justice system. The Safety + Justice challenge allows Lucas County to implement meaningful reform in our criminal justice system as we address fundamental questions about community safety, the use of jails, and justice for all. 
 
Learn more about Lucas County's efforts to ensure that our criminal justice system works for all residents at the Safety & Justice Challenge website.

View the MacArthur Safety +Justice Challenge 2017 Annual Report  


 
Nutrient Source Inventory Tool


The Lucas County Commissioners, the City of Toledo, and the Toledo/Lucas County Sustainability Commission are proud to announce the unveiling of the Western Lake Erie Nutrient Source Inventory Tool.

The Western Lake Erie Nutrient Source Inventory (NSI) is an interactive map showing sources of nutrients in the western Lake Erie watershed. The NSI looks at urban and rural sources of runoff throughout the Western Lake Erie Basin that is contributing to harmful algal blooms. The map will be an important tool in the initiative to reduce phosphorus amounts in Lake Erie by 40 percent

Nutrient Source Inventory Tool

Lucas County 2017 Budget


The Lucas County Commissioners passed a $600 million budget on Tuesday, December 13, 2016.

Click the link below to see the full presentation.

2017 Budget Presentation
 

Toledo Seagate Convention Centre Market and Revenue Study

The Lucas County Commissioners hosted Development Strategies, Inc., for the public presentation of the Toledo Seagate Convention Centre Market and Revenue Study.

Click the link below to view the full presentation.

Toledo Seagate Convention Centre Market and Revenue Study

 

 

Lucas County is Committed to a Clean Lake Erie


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  • Barren County Soil Conservation District207 YMCA Way
    Glasgow, KY 42141
    Tel: (270) 629-6811
    Barren
  • Barren River Area Children's Advocacy Center103 E. 12th Street
    Bowling Green, KY 42101
    Tel: (270) 783-4357
    Allen; Barren; Butler; Edmonson; Hart; Logan; Metcalfe; Monroe; Simpson; Warren
  • Barren River Area Development District177 Graham Avenue
    Bowling Green, KY 42101
    Tel: (270) 781-2381
    Butler; Logan; Edmonson; Simpson; Warren; Allen; Barren; Hart; Metcalfe; Monroe
  • Barren River Area Safe SpaceP.O. Box 1941
    Bowling Green, KY 42102
    Tel: (270) 843-1183
    Barren; Warren
  • Barren River District Health Department1109 State St
    P.O. Box 1157
    Bowling Green, KY 42101
    Tel: (270) 781-8039
    Barren; Butler; Edmonson; Hart; Logan; Metcalfe; Simpson; Warren
  • Barren/Metcalfe County Ambulance Service118 East Washington Street
    Glasgow, KY 42141
    Tel: (270) 651-6903
    Barren; Metcalfe
  • Bath CountyP.O. Box 39
    Owingsville, KY 40360
    Tel: (606) 674-6346
    Bath, Bath County, 40358, 40366BathBath County has much to offer in outdoor recreation and businesses with the Daniel Boone National Forest and the 8,270 acre Cave Run Lake Recreation areas.
  • Bath County EMS78 Rowland Avenue
    Owingsville, KY 40360
    Tel: (606) 674-8158
    Bath
  • Bath County Water DistrictP.O. Box 369
    Salt Lick, KY 40371
    Tel: (606) 683-6363
    Bath
  • Beech Fork Water Commission1900 Pompeii Rd
    Clay City, KY 40312
    Tel: (606) 663-4312
    Powell
  • Bell CountyP.O. Box 339
    Pineville, KY 40977
    Tel: (606) 337-3076
    bell, bell county, 40813, 40977, 40845, 40856, 40902, 40955, 40958BellBell County is located in the southeastern corner of Kentucky where the state meets Tennessee and Virginia at the famed Cumberland Gap
  • Bell County Clerk​P.O. Box 157
    Pineville, KY 40977
    Tel: (606) 337-6143
    BellAt the Bell County Clerk's Office we strive to provide adequate and friendly service in order to best serve the taxpayer's needs. We offer many services in our office including vehicle tag renewals, title transfers, vehicle registrations, and many more motor vehicle transactions. Our Deed Room offers services such as legal document recordings including deeds, mortgages, liens, and marriage licenses.
  • Bell County Conservation DistrictHwy 25E, Log Mountain Road
    P.O. Box 822
    Pineville, KY 40977
    Tel: (606) 337-6320
    Bell
  • Bell County Health Department310 South Cherry Street
    Pineville, KY 40977
    Tel: (606) 337-7046
    Bell
  • Bell County Public Library126 S. 20th Street
    P.O. Box 1677
    Middlesboro, KY 40965
    Tel: (606) 248-4812
    Bell
  • Bell County Solid Waste OfficePineville, KY 40977
    Tel: (606) 337-7035
    Bell
  • Bell/Whitley Community Action Agency129 North Pine Street
    P.O. Box 159
    Pineville, KY 40977
    Tel: (606) 337-3044
    Bell; Whitley
  • Bellevue-Dayton Fire Department514 Sixth Avenue
    Dayton, KY 41074
    Tel: (859) 261-0083
    Campbell
  • Benton Electric System436 Mayfield Hwy.
    Benton, KY 42025
    Tel: (270) 527-3666
    Marshall
  • Bethany House Abuse ShelterP.O. Box 864
    Somerset, KY 42502
    Tel: (606) 679-1153
    Pulaski
  • Big Sandy Area Community Action Program230 Court Street
    Paintsville, KY 41240
    Tel: (606) 789-3641
    Johnson; Lawrence; Magoffin; Martin; Pike
  • Big Sandy Area Development District110 Resource Court
    Prestonsburg, KY 41653
    Tel: (606) 886-2374
    Floyd; Johnson; Magoffin; Martin; Pike
  • Big Sandy Water District211 Sower Boulevard
    P.O. Box 615
    Frankfort, KY 40602
    Tel: (606) 928-2075
  • Blue Grass Community Action Agency111 Professional Court
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502)-695-4920
    Anderson; Boyle; Franklin; Garrard; Jessamine; Lincoln; Mercer; Scott; Woodford
  • Bluegrass Area Development District699 Perimeter Drive
    Lexington, KY 40517
    Tel: (859) 269-8021
    Anderson; Boyle; Bourbon; Clark; Estill; Fayette; Franklin; Garrard; Harrison; Jessamine; Lincoln; Madison; Mercer; Nicholas; Powell; Scott; Woodford
  • Bluegrass.org1351 Newtown Pike
    Building 1
    Lexington, KY 40511
    Tel: (800) 928-8000
  • Boone CountyP.O. Box 900
    Burlington, KY 41005
    Tel: (859) 334-2242
    Boone, Boone County, 41005, 41022, 41048, 41080, 41091BooneBoone County is conveniently located in Northern Kentucky, just minutes from Cincinnati, Ohio. The Greater Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International airport (CVG) is located in Boone County and there are three Interstate systems and 42 miles of Ohio River frontage that accessibly connect the County to the mid-west, south and eastern portions of the United States.
  • Boone County Library District1786 Burlington Pike
    Burlington, KY 41005
    Tel: (859) 345-2665
    Boone
  • Boone County Water District211 Sower Boulevard
    P.O. Box 615
    Frankfort, KY 40602
    Tel: (859) 586-6155
    Boone
  • Bourbon County301 Main Street
    Room 203
    Paris, KY 40361
    Tel: (859) 987-2135
    Bourbon county, 40348, 40357, 40362BourbonBourbon County is nestled in the heart of Kentucky's famous Bluegrass region. Its very name evokes visions of Thoroughbred horses grazing in lush green pastures bordered by age-old stone fences; lovely historic homes and buildings and beautiful rolling countryside. The area also offers an unusual group of sites and attractions for visitors to enjoy.
  • Bourbon County Health Center341 East Main Street
    Paris, KY 40361
    Tel: (859) 987-1915
    Bourbon
  • Bowling Green Area Convention and Visitors Bureau352 Three Springs Road
    Bowling Green, KY 42104
    Tel: (270) 782-0800
    Warren
  • Bowling Green Human Rights Commission491 Double Springs Road
    Bowling Green, KY 42101
    Tel: (270) 782-7900
    Warren
  • Bowling Green Municipal Utilities801 Center Street
    P.O. Box 10300
    Bowling Green, KY 42102
    Tel: (270)-782-1200
    Warren
  • Bowling Green-Warren County Airport Board1000 Woodhurst Dr, Suite 210
    Bowling Green, KY 42103
    Tel: (270) 842-1101
    Warren
  • Bowling Green-Warren County Community Education Board1227 Westen St.
    Bowling Green, KY 42104
    Tel: (270) 842-4281
    Warren
  • Boyd CountyP.O. Box 423
    Catlettsburg, KY 41129
    Tel: (606) 739-4134
    Boyd, Boyd County, 41105, 41114BoydBoyd County was created from parts of Greenup, Carter, and Lawrence counties. It was named in honor of Linn Boyd who had served as U.S. Congressman.
  • Boyd County Ambulance ServiceP.O. Box 423
    Ashland, KY 41129
    Tel: (606) 325-9702
    Boyd
  • Boyd County Conservation District12250 Midland Trail
    Ashland, KY 41102
    Tel: (606) 928-8027
    Boyd
  • Boyd County Public Library1740 Central Avenue
    Ashland, KY 41101
    Tel: (606) 329-0090
    Boyd
  • Boyle County321 West Main Street
    Room 111
    Danville, KY 40422
    Tel: (859) 238-1100
    Boyle, Boyle County, 40423, 40452BoyleLocated in the Bluegrass Area of central Kentucky was formed from Lincoln and Mercer Counties in 1842.
  • Boyle County Health Department448 South Third Street
    P.O. Box 398
    Danville, KY 40423
    Tel: (859) 236-2053
    Boyle
  • Bracken County116 West Miami St.
    Brooksville, KY 41004
    Tel: (606) 735-2300
    Bracken, Bracken County, 41002, 41004, 41061BrackenLocated in northern Kentucky, along the Ohio River. It is bordered by Mason, Pendleton, Robertson and Harrison counties, and occupies 206 sq. miles in area.
  • Bracken County ClerkP.O. Box 147
    Brooksville, KY 41004
    Tel: (606) 735-2952
    BrackenHere at the Bracken Co. Clerk’s office we have many responsibilities such as, Motor Vehicle Licensing, County Elections, Yearly Delinquent Taxes, Marriage License, and all County Records. Here at the Clerk’s office we stride to distribute professional and courteous manners to the public in which keeps our office running on a daily basis.
  • Bracken County Health Department429 Frankfort Street
    P.O. Box 117
    Brooksville, KY 41004
    Tel: (606) 735-2157
    Bracken
  • Bracken County Public Library310 West Miami Street
    Brooksville, KY 41004
    Tel: (606) 735-3620
    Bracken
  • Breathitt County1137 Main Street
    Jackson, KY 41339
    Tel: (606) 666-3800
    Breathitt, Breathitt County, 41307, 41310, 41217, 41366, 41385, 41390BreathittBreathitt County, located in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains in the Eastern Coal Field region, was created on April 1, 1839 by an act of the Legislature and named in honor of Gov. John Breathitt (1832-34). The eighty-ninth county in order of creation, Breathitt County covers an area of 494 square miles and is bordered by Lee, Wolfe, Magoffin, Knott, Perry, and Owsley Counties.
  • Breathitt County Health Department955 Hwy 30 W
    Jackson, KY 41339
    Tel: (606) 666-5274
    Breathitt
  • Breathitt County Public Library1024 College Avenue
    Jackson, KY 41339
    Tel: (606) 666-5541
    Breathitt
  • Breathitt County Soil Conservation District100 Ky Hwy 15 South, Suite 127
    Jackson, KY 41339
    Tel: (606) 666-8085
    Breathitt
  • Breathitt County Water District1137 Main Street, Suite 305
    Jackson, KY 41339
    Tel: (606) 666-3800
    Breathitt
  • Breckinridge County224 S Main Street
    Hardinsburg, KY 40143
    Tel: (270) 756-0268
    Breckinridge, County, 40111, 40152, 40153, 40115, 40170, 40143, 40171, 40144, 40178, 40145BreckinridgeSituated among idyllic farmlands, Breckinridge County offers access to the Ohio River, CSX rail lines, has a newly renovated airport, and lies 50 miles from both Louisville and Owensboro.
  • Breckinridge County Health Board220 South Hardin Street
    Hardinsburg, KY 40143
    Tel: (270) 756-2282
    Breckinridge
  • Breckinridge County Public Library308 Old Hwy 60
    Hardinsburg, KY 40143
    Tel: (270) 756-2323
    Breckinridge
  • Buechel Fire Protection District4101 Bardstown Rd
    Louisville, KY 40218
    Tel: (502) 491-0085
    Jefferson
  • Buffalo Trace Area Development District201 Government St. Suite 300
    P.O. Box 460
    Maysville, KY 41056
    Tel: (606) 564-6894
    Fleming; Lewis; Mason; Robertson; Bracken
  • Buffalo Trace Children's Advocacy Center224 Limestone Street
    P.O. Box 645
    Maysville, KY 41056
    Tel: (606) 563-0572
    Bracken; Fleming; Lewis; Mason; Robertson
  • Buffalo Trace Health Department130 E 2nd St
    Maysville, KY 41056
    Tel: (606) 564-9447
    Mason; Robertson
  • Bullitt County300 S Buckman St
    P.O. Box 768
    Shepherdsville, KY 40165
    Tel: (502) 543-2262
    Bullitt, Bullitt County, 40110, 40129, 40165Bullitt
  • Bullitt County Conservation District1048 N. Bardstown Road
    Mount Washington, KY 40047
    Tel: (502) 538-0628
    Bullitt
  • Bullitt County Health Department181 Lees Valley Road
    Shepherdsville, KY 40165
    Tel: (502) 543-2415
    Bullitt
  • Bullitt County Library127 N. Walnut Street
    Shepherdsville, KY 40165
    Tel: (502) 543-7675
    Bullitt
  • Bullitt County Sanitation District162 S Buckman Street 1st Floor
    Shepherdsville, KY 40165
    Tel: (502) 957-6140
    Bullitt
  • Bullock Pen Water District1 Farrell Drive
    Crittenden, KY 41030
    Tel: (859) 428-2112
    Grant
  • Burlington Fire Protection District6050 Firehouse Drive
    Burlington, KY 41005
    Tel: (859) 586-6161
    Boone
  • Butler CountyP.O. Box 626
    Morgantown, KY 42261
    Tel: (270) 526-3433
    Butler, Butler County, 42261, 42201, 42219, 42252, 42273, 42288ButlerButler County has small town charm and is within a short drive to several larger cities.
  • Butler County Ambulance Service1290 Veterans Way
    P.O. Box 485
    Morgantown, KY 42261
    Tel: (270) 526-3815
    Butler
  • Caldwell County100 E. Market Street
    Room 27
    Princeton, KY 42445
    Tel: (270) 365-6660
    Caldwell, Caldwell County, 42445CaldwellPrinceton, Fredonia, Farmersville, Crider, Eddy Creek, and Cobb: we are all small towns with rural roots, ready smiles, enthusiastic handshakes, and solid values.
  • Caldwell County EMS102 Northfield Drive
    Princeton, KY 42445
    Tel: (270) 365-3787
    Caldwell
  • Caldwell County Water District118 West Market Street
    Princeton, KY 42445
    Tel: (270) 365-9381
    Caldwell
  • Calloway County101 South 5th Street
    Murray, KY 42071
    Tel: (270) 753-2920
    Calloway, calloway county, 42071, 42020, 42076CallowayEstablished in 1821 and named in honor of Colonel Richard Callaway, Calloway County is located in the Jackson Purchase Region of Kentucky and is in the central time zone. Covering more than 386 square miles and rising 550 feet above sea level, Calloway County is home to just under 40,000 full time residents, Murray State University and beautiful Kentucky Lake.
  • Calloway County Health Department602 Memory Lane
    Murray, KY 42071
    Tel: (270) 753-3381
    Calloway
  • Calloway County Public Library710 Main Street
    Murray, KY 42071
    Tel: (270) 753-2288
    Calloway
  • Camp Taylor Fire Protection District4649 Poplar Level Road
    Louisville, KY 40213
    Tel: (502) 451-7757
    Jefferson
  • Campbell County1098 Monmouth St
    P.O. Box 72340
    Newport, KY 41072
    Tel: (859) 292-3838
    Campbell, Campbell county, 41001, 41075, 41007, 41076, 41059, 41072, 41099, 41073, 41074CampbellCampbell County, Kentucky… Where city meets bluegrass.
  • Campbell County Consolidated Dispatching Board998 Monmouth Street
    Newport, KY 41071
    Tel: (859) 581-3622
    Campbell
  • Campbell County Detention Center601 Central Ave.
    Newport, KY 41071
    Tel: (859) 431-4611
    CampbellThe Campbell County Detention Center and Restricted Custody Center house county misdemeanor inmates, and county and state felons.
  • Campbell County Fire District 16844 Four Mile Road
    Melbourne, KY 41059
    Tel: (859) 441-6251
    Campbell
  • Campbell County Public Library3920 Alexandria Pike
    Cold Spring, KY 41076
    Tel: (859) 781-6166
    Campbell
  • Campbellsville Municipal Water and Sewer110 S. Columbia Ave., STE A
    Campbellsville, KY 42718
    Tel: (270) 789-3133
    Taylor
  • Campbellsville-Taylor County Industrial Development Authority205 North Columbia Ave
    Campbellsville, KY 42718
    Tel: (270) 465-9636
    Taylor
  • Cannonsburg Fire Department2000 Cannonsburg Road
    Ashland, KY 41102
    Tel: (606) 928-6495
    Boyd
  • Cannonsburg Water District1606 Cannonsburg Rd
    Ashland, KY 41102
    Tel: (606) 928-9808
    Boyd
  • Capital Community Economic and Industrial Development Authority109 Consumer Lane
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 226-5611
    Franklin
  • Carlisle CountyP.O. Box 279
    Bardwell, KY 42023
    Tel: (270) 628-5451
    Carlisle, 42021, 42023, 42035, 42070CarlisleCarlisle County was the 119th county in order of formation in the Commonwealth. It was part of Hickman County from 1821 to 1842 when it was included in the creation of Ballard County.
  • Carlisle County Sanitation District 1P.O Box 219
    Bardwell, KY 42023
    Tel: (270) 628-3744
    Carlisle
  • Carroll County440 Main St
    Carrollton, KY 41008
    Tel: (502) 732-7000
    Carroll, 41045, 41008, 41098, 41083CarrollCarroll County is a prime location, where the Ohio River and Kentucky River meet. Carroll County is ideally located off Interstate 71 between Louisville, KY and Cincinnati, OH.
  • Carroll County Public Library136 Court St
    Carrollton, KY 41008
    Tel: (502) 732-7020
    Carroll
  • Carroll County Water District205 Main Cross Street
    Ghent, KY 41045
    Tel: (502) 347-9500
    Carroll
  • Carrollton Carroll County Recreation Tourism and Convention Commission515 Highland Ave
    Carrollton, KY 41008
    Tel: (502) 732-7036
    Carroll
  • Carrollton Utilities Commission900 Clay Street
    Carrollton, KY 41008
    Tel: (502) 732-7055
    Carroll
  • Carter County300 West Main Street
    Room 227
    Grayson, KY 41143
    Tel: (606) 474-5366
    Carter, 41143, 41146, 41164, 41128, 41132, 41142, 41173, 41181CarterCarter County is beginning a new era of citizen involvement in the direction of its government, prosperity, and individual well being. Our county is united as never before in its effort to improve our quality of life, provide opportunities to our young people to remain here and be part of a vibrant, healthy, prosperous community.
  • Carter County Emergency Ambulance District300 West Main Street
    Grayson, KY 41143
    Tel: (606) 474-8181
    Carter
  • Carter County Health Department300 West Main Street
    P.O. Box 919
    Grayson, KY 41143
    Tel: (606) 474-5109
    Carter
  • Casey County625 Courthouse Square
    Liberty, KY 42539
    Tel: (606) 787-8311
    Casey county; Liberty; 42565, 42566, 42539, 42541, 42516, 42528Casey

    Liberty is the county seat for Casey County, Kentucky.

  • Casey County Ambulance Service1167 Campbellsville St
    Liberty, KY 42539
    Tel: (606) 787-8350
    Casey
  • Central Campbell County Fire Department II4113 Alexandria Pike
    Cold Spring, KY 41076
    Tel: (859) 441-7631
    Campbell
  • Central City Municipal Water and Sewer214 N. 1st St.
    P.O. Box 430
    Central City, KY 42330
    Tel: (270) 754-3066
    Muhlenberg
  • Central Kentucky Community Action Agency332 Hood Ave.
    Lebanon, KY 40033
    Tel: (606) 692-2136
    Larue; Marion; Nelson; Taylor; Washington
  • Central Kentucky Educational Cooperative2331 Fortune Drive, Suite 270
    Lexington, KY 40509
    Tel: (859) 402-8610
  • Child Watch Advocacy Center1181 Jefferson Street
    Paducah, KY 42001
    Tel: (270) 443-1440
    McCracken
  • Children's Advocacy Center of Green River537 S. Green St.
    Henderson, KY 42420
    Tel: (270) 830-8400
    Daviess; Hancock; Henderson; McLean; Ohio; Union; Webster
Sours: https://kentucky.gov/government/Pages/local.aspx

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