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  • Adair County
    424 Public Square
    Suite 1
    Columbia, KY 42728
    Tel: (270) 384-4703
    adair, adair county, 42753, 42742, 42720, 42728AdairAdair County is a rural community located in south-central Kentucky, just two hours from Louisville, and two hours from Frankfort.
    County
  • Adair County Conservation District
    965 Campbellsville Rd
    Columbia, KY 42728
    Tel: (270) 384-6628
    Adair
    County
  • Adanta Behavioral Health Services
    130 Southern School Road
    Somerset, KY 42501
    Tel: (606) 679-4782
    Adair; Barren; Casey; Clinton; Cumberland; Franklin; Green; McCreary; Pulaski; Russell; Taylor; Wayne; Woodford
    Regional
  • Alexandria Fire District
    7951 Alexandria Pike
    Alexandria, KY 41001
    Tel: (859) 635-5991
    Campbell
    City
  • Allen County
    P.O. Box 115
    Scottsville, KY 42164
    Tel: (270) 237-3631
    Allen county, 42164AllenOur close location to larger cities with a rural and friendly setting, makes Allen County a great place to live and work.
    County
  • Allen County Ambulance Service
    114 Rob H. Cline Ln.
    Scottsville, KY 42164
    Tel: (270) 237-4938
    Allen
    County
  • Allen County Conservation District
    77 Woodland Circle Dr.
    Scottsville, KY 42164
    Tel: (270) 237-3164
    Allen
    County
  • Allen County Health Department
    107 N Court Street
    Scottsville, KY 42164
    Tel: (270) 237-4423
    Allen
    County
  • Ampersand Sexual Violence Resource Center of the Bluegrass
    2025 Regency Rd, Suite 100
    Lexington, KY 40503
    Tel: (859) 253-2615
    Estill; Fayette; Franklin; Garrard; Harrison; Jessamine; Lincoln; Anderson; Bourbon; Boyle; Clark; Madison; Mercer; Nicholas; Powell; Scott; Woodford
    Regional
  • Anchorage Fire Protection
    1400 Evergreen Road
    Anchorage, KY 40223
    Tel: (502) 245-6755
    Jefferson
    City
  • Anderson County
    137 South Main Street
    Lawrenceburg, KY 40342
    Tel: (502) 839-3471
    Anderson county, 40342AndersonCitizens and residents find elected officials and links to additional county services.
    County
  • Anderson County Clerk
    100 South Main Street
    Lawrenceburg, KY 40342
    Tel: (502) 839-3041
    Anderson county clerkAnderson
    County
  • Anderson County Health Department
    1180 Glensboro Road
    Lawrenceburg, KY 40342
    Tel: (502) 839-4551
    Anderson
    County
  • Anderson Public Library
    114 North Main Street
    Lawrenceburg, KY 40342
    Tel: (502) 839-6420
    Anderson
    County
  • Ashland Boyd County Health Department
    2924 Holt Street
    Ashland, KY 41101
    Tel: (606) 324-7181
    Boyd
    County
  • Audobon Area Community Services
    1700 West 5th Street
    Owensboro, KY 42301
    Tel: (270) 927-6500
    Daviess; Hancock; Henderson; McLean; Ohio; Union; Webster
    Regional
  • Augusta Regional Sewer Authority
    219 Main St
    Augusta, KY 41002
    Augusta, Regional, Sewer, Authority, BrackenBrackenAugusta Regional Sewer Authority are a "special purpose governmental entity" located in Bracken County, Kentucky. We are an instrument of the City of Augusta, the City of Brooksville, and the Bracken County Fiscal Court for the purpose of ownership, planning, development, improvement, acquisition, financing, construction, operation and management of any and all components associated with wastewater collection, pumping, transmission mains and treatment facilities.
    City
  • Ballard County
    P.O. Box 276
    Wickliffe, KY 42087
    Tel: (270) 335-5176
    Ballard county, 42087, 42056, 42024, 42022BallardLocated in extreme western Kentucky at the confluence of the Ohio and Mississippi Rivers, Ballard County is part of the region known as the Jackson Purchase.
    County
  • Ballard-Carlisle County Public Library
    132 North Fourth Street
    Wickliffe, KY 42087
    Tel: (270) 335-5059
    Ballard; Carlisle; Livingston
    Regional
  • Barbourville Utility Commission
    202 Daniel Boone Dr
    Barbourville, KY 40906
    Tel: (606) 546-4127
    Knox
    City
  • Bardstown-Nelson County Tourist Commission
    1 Court Square Bardstown
    Bardstown, KY 40004
    Tel: (800) 638-4877
    Nelson
    County
  • Barkley Lake Water District
    P.O. Box 308
    Cadiz, KY 42211
    Tel: (270) 522-8425
    Trigg
    City
  • Barren County
    117 North Public Square
    Suite 3A
    Glasgow, KY 42141
    Tel: (270) 651-3338
    Barren, Barren County, 42123, 42130, 42131, 42152, 42156BarrenBarren County is home to Barren River Lake State Resort Park, Western Kentucky University-Glasgow Campus, and numerous other points of interest.
    County
  • Barren County Soil Conservation District
    207 YMCA Way
    Glasgow, KY 42141
    Tel: (270) 629-6811
    Barren
    County
  • Barren River Area Children's Advocacy Center
    103 E. 12th Street
    Bowling Green, KY 42101
    Tel: (270) 783-4357
    Allen; Barren; Butler; Edmonson; Hart; Logan; Metcalfe; Monroe; Simpson; Warren
    Regional
  • Barren River Area Development District
    177 Graham Avenue
    Bowling Green, KY 42101
    Tel: (270) 781-2381
    Butler; Logan; Edmonson; Simpson; Warren; Allen; Barren; Hart; Metcalfe; Monroe
    Regional
  • Barren River Area Safe Space
    P.O. Box 1941
    Bowling Green, KY 42102
    Tel: (270) 843-1183
    Barren; Warren
    Regional
  • Barren River District Health Department
    1109 State St
    P.O. Box 1157
    Bowling Green, KY 42101
    Tel: (270) 781-8039
    Barren; Butler; Edmonson; Hart; Logan; Metcalfe; Simpson; Warren
    Regional
  • Barren/Metcalfe County Ambulance Service
    118 East Washington Street
    Glasgow, KY 42141
    Tel: (270) 651-6903
    Barren; Metcalfe
    Regional
  • Bath County
    P.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.
    County
  • Bath County EMS
    78 Rowland Avenue
    Owingsville, KY 40360
    Tel: (606) 674-8158
    Bath
    County
  • Bath County Water District
    P.O. Box 369
    Salt Lick, KY 40371
    Tel: (606) 683-6363
    Bath
    County
  • Beech Fork Water Commission
    1900 Pompeii Rd
    Clay City, KY 40312
    Tel: (606) 663-4312
    Powell
    City
  • Bell County
    P.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
    County
  • 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.
    County
  • Bell County Conservation District
    Hwy 25E, Log Mountain Road
    P.O. Box 822
    Pineville, KY 40977
    Tel: (606) 337-6320
    Bell
    County
  • Bell County Health Department
    310 South Cherry Street
    Pineville, KY 40977
    Tel: (606) 337-7046
    Bell
    County
  • Bell County Public Library
    126 S. 20th Street
    P.O. Box 1677
    Middlesboro, KY 40965
    Tel: (606) 248-4812
    Bell
    County
  • Bell County Solid Waste Office
    Pineville, KY 40977
    Tel: (606) 337-7035
    Bell
    County
  • Bell/Whitley Community Action Agency
    129 North Pine Street
    P.O. Box 159
    Pineville, KY 40977
    Tel: (606) 337-3044
    Bell; Whitley
    Regional
  • Bellevue-Dayton Fire Department
    514 Sixth Avenue
    Dayton, KY 41074
    Tel: (859) 261-0083
    Campbell
    City
  • Benton Electric System
    436 Mayfield Hwy.
    Benton, KY 42025
    Tel: (270) 527-3666
    Marshall
    City
  • Bethany House Abuse Shelter
    P.O. Box 864
    Somerset, KY 42502
    Tel: (606) 679-1153
    Pulaski
    City
  • Big Sandy Area Community Action Program
    230 Court Street
    Paintsville, KY 41240
    Tel: (606) 789-3641
    Johnson; Lawrence; Magoffin; Martin; Pike
    Regional
  • Big Sandy Area Development District
    110 Resource Court
    Prestonsburg, KY 41653
    Tel: (606) 886-2374
    Floyd; Johnson; Magoffin; Martin; Pike
    Regional
  • Big Sandy Water District
    211 Sower Boulevard
    P.O. Box 615
    Frankfort, KY 40602
    Tel: (606) 928-2075
    Regional
  • Blue Grass Community Action Agency
    111 Professional Court
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502)-695-4920
    Anderson; Boyle; Franklin; Garrard; Jessamine; Lincoln; Mercer; Scott; Woodford
    Regional
  • Bluegrass Area Development District
    699 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
    Regional
  • Bluegrass.org
    1351 Newtown Pike
    Building 1
    Lexington, KY 40511
    Tel: (800) 928-8000
    Regional
  • Boone County
    P.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.
    County
  • Boone County Library District
    1786 Burlington Pike
    Burlington, KY 41005
    Tel: (859) 345-2665
    Boone
    County
  • Boone County Water District
    211 Sower Boulevard
    P.O. Box 615
    Frankfort, KY 40602
    Tel: (859) 586-6155
    Boone
    County
  • Bourbon County
    301 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.
    County
  • Bourbon County Health Center
    341 East Main Street
    Paris, KY 40361
    Tel: (859) 987-1915
    Bourbon
    County
  • Bowling Green Area Convention and Visitors Bureau
    352 Three Springs Road
    Bowling Green, KY 42104
    Tel: (270) 782-0800
    Warren
    City
  • Bowling Green Human Rights Commission
    491 Double Springs Road
    Bowling Green, KY 42101
    Tel: (270) 782-7900
    Warren
    City
  • Bowling Green Municipal Utilities
    801 Center Street
    P.O. Box 10300
    Bowling Green, KY 42102
    Tel: (270)-782-1200
    Warren
    City
  • Bowling Green-Warren County Airport Board
    1000 Woodhurst Dr, Suite 210
    Bowling Green, KY 42103
    Tel: (270) 842-1101
    Warren
    County
  • Bowling Green-Warren County Community Education Board
    1227 Westen St.
    Bowling Green, KY 42104
    Tel: (270) 842-4281
    Warren
    County
  • Boyd County
    P.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.
    County
  • Boyd County Ambulance Service
    P.O. Box 423
    Ashland, KY 41129
    Tel: (606) 325-9702
    Boyd
    County
  • Boyd County Conservation District
    12250 Midland Trail
    Ashland, KY 41102
    Tel: (606) 928-8027
    Boyd
    County
  • Boyd County Public Library
    1740 Central Avenue
    Ashland, KY 41101
    Tel: (606) 329-0090
    Boyd
    County
  • Boyle County
    321 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.
    County
  • Boyle County Health Department
    448 South Third Street
    P.O. Box 398
    Danville, KY 40423
    Tel: (859) 236-2053
    Boyle
    County
  • Bracken County
    116 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.
    County
  • Bracken County Clerk
    P.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.
    County
  • Bracken County Health Department
    429 Frankfort Street
    P.O. Box 117
    Brooksville, KY 41004
    Tel: (606) 735-2157
    Bracken
    County
  • Bracken County Public Library
    310 West Miami Street
    Brooksville, KY 41004
    Tel: (606) 735-3620
    Bracken
    County
  • Breathitt County
    1137 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.
    County
  • Breathitt County Health Department
    955 Hwy 30 W
    Jackson, KY 41339
    Tel: (606) 666-5274
    Breathitt
    County
  • Breathitt County Public Library
    1024 College Avenue
    Jackson, KY 41339
    Tel: (606) 666-5541
    Breathitt
    County
  • Breathitt County Soil Conservation District
    100 Ky Hwy 15 South, Suite 127
    Jackson, KY 41339
    Tel: (606) 666-8085
    Breathitt
    County
  • Breathitt County Water District
    1137 Main Street, Suite 305
    Jackson, KY 41339
    Tel: (606) 666-3800
    Breathitt
    County
  • Breckinridge County
    224 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.
    County
  • Breckinridge County Health Board
    220 South Hardin Street
    Hardinsburg, KY 40143
    Tel: (270) 756-2282
    Breckinridge
    County
  • Breckinridge County Public Library
    308 Old Hwy 60
    Hardinsburg, KY 40143
    Tel: (270) 756-2323
    Breckinridge
    County
  • Buechel Fire Protection District
    4101 Bardstown Rd
    Louisville, KY 40218
    Tel: (502) 491-0085
    Jefferson
    City
  • Buffalo Trace Area Development District
    201 Government St. Suite 300
    P.O. Box 460
    Maysville, KY 41056
    Tel: (606) 564-6894
    Fleming; Lewis; Mason; Robertson; Bracken
    Regional
  • Buffalo Trace Children's Advocacy Center
    224 Limestone Street
    P.O. Box 645
    Maysville, KY 41056
    Tel: (606) 563-0572
    Bracken; Fleming; Lewis; Mason; Robertson
    Regional
  • Buffalo Trace Health Department
    130 E 2nd St
    Maysville, KY 41056
    Tel: (606) 564-9447
    Mason; Robertson
    Regional
  • Bullitt County
    300 S Buckman St
    P.O. Box 768
    Shepherdsville, KY 40165
    Tel: (502) 543-2262
    Bullitt, Bullitt County, 40110, 40129, 40165Bullitt
    County
  • Bullitt County Conservation District
    1048 N. Bardstown Road
    Mount Washington, KY 40047
    Tel: (502) 538-0628
    Bullitt
    County
  • Bullitt County Health Department
    181 Lees Valley Road
    Shepherdsville, KY 40165
    Tel: (502) 543-2415
    Bullitt
    County
  • Bullitt County Library
    127 N. Walnut Street
    Shepherdsville, KY 40165
    Tel: (502) 543-7675
    Bullitt
    County
  • Bullitt County Sanitation District
    162 S Buckman Street 1st Floor
    Shepherdsville, KY 40165
    Tel: (502) 957-6140
    Bullitt
    County
  • Bullock Pen Water District
    1 Farrell Drive
    Crittenden, KY 41030
    Tel: (859) 428-2112
    Grant
    City
  • Burlington Fire Protection District
    6050 Firehouse Drive
    Burlington, KY 41005
    Tel: (859) 586-6161
    Boone
    City
  • Butler County
    P.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.
    County
  • Butler County Ambulance Service
    1290 Veterans Way
    P.O. Box 485
    Morgantown, KY 42261
    Tel: (270) 526-3815
    Butler
    County
  • Caldwell County
    100 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.
    County
  • Caldwell County EMS
    102 Northfield Drive
    Princeton, KY 42445
    Tel: (270) 365-3787
    Caldwell
    County
  • Caldwell County Water District
    118 West Market Street
    Princeton, KY 42445
    Tel: (270) 365-9381
    Caldwell
    County
  • Calloway County
    101 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.
    County
  • Calloway County Health Department
    602 Memory Lane
    Murray, KY 42071
    Tel: (270) 753-3381
    Calloway
    County
  • Calloway County Public Library
    710 Main Street
    Murray, KY 42071
    Tel: (270) 753-2288
    Calloway
    County
  • Camp Taylor Fire Protection District
    4649 Poplar Level Road
    Louisville, KY 40213
    Tel: (502) 451-7757
    Jefferson
    City
  • Campbell County
    1098 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.
    County
  • Campbell County Consolidated Dispatching Board
    998 Monmouth Street
    Newport, KY 41071
    Tel: (859) 581-3622
    Campbell
    County
  • Campbell County Detention Center
    601 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.
    County
  • Campbell County Fire District 1
    6844 Four Mile Road
    Melbourne, KY 41059
    Tel: (859) 441-6251
    Campbell
    County
  • Campbell County Public Library
    3920 Alexandria Pike
    Cold Spring, KY 41076
    Tel: (859) 781-6166
    Campbell
    County
  • Campbellsville Municipal Water and Sewer
    110 S. Columbia Ave., STE A
    Campbellsville, KY 42718
    Tel: (270) 789-3133
    Taylor
    City
  • Campbellsville-Taylor County Industrial Development Authority
    205 North Columbia Ave
    Campbellsville, KY 42718
    Tel: (270) 465-9636
    Taylor
    County
  • Cannonsburg Fire Department
    2000 Cannonsburg Road
    Ashland, KY 41102
    Tel: (606) 928-6495
    Boyd
    City
  • Cannonsburg Water District
    1606 Cannonsburg Rd
    Ashland, KY 41102
    Tel: (606) 928-9808
    Boyd
    City
  • Capital Community Economic and Industrial Development Authority
    109 Consumer Lane
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 226-5611
    Franklin
    City
  • Carlisle County
    P.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.
    County
  • Carlisle County Sanitation District 1
    P.O Box 219
    Bardwell, KY 42023
    Tel: (270) 628-3744
    Carlisle
    County
  • Carroll County
    440 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.
    County
  • Carroll County Public Library
    136 Court St
    Carrollton, KY 41008
    Tel: (502) 732-7020
    Carroll
    County
  • Carroll County Water District
    205 Main Cross Street
    Ghent, KY 41045
    Tel: (502) 347-9500
    Carroll
    County
  • Carrollton Carroll County Recreation Tourism and Convention Commission
    515 Highland Ave
    Carrollton, KY 41008
    Tel: (502) 732-7036
    Carroll
    County
  • Carrollton Utilities Commission
    900 Clay Street
    Carrollton, KY 41008
    Tel: (502) 732-7055
    Carroll
    City
  • Carter County
    300 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.
    County
  • Carter County Emergency Ambulance District
    300 West Main Street
    Grayson, KY 41143
    Tel: (606) 474-8181
    Carter
    County
  • Carter County Health Department
    300 West Main Street
    P.O. Box 919
    Grayson, KY 41143
    Tel: (606) 474-5109
    Carter
    County
  • Casey County
    625 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.
    County
  • Casey County Ambulance Service
    1167 Campbellsville St
    Liberty, KY 42539
    Tel: (606) 787-8350
    Casey
    County
  • Central Campbell County Fire Department II
    4113 Alexandria Pike
    Cold Spring, KY 41076
    Tel: (859) 441-7631
    Campbell
    County
  • Central City Municipal Water and Sewer
    214 N. 1st St.
    P.O. Box 430
    Central City, KY 42330
    Tel: (270) 754-3066
    Muhlenberg
    City
  • Central Kentucky Community Action Agency
    332 Hood Ave.
    Lebanon, KY 40033
    Tel: (606) 692-2136
    Larue; Marion; Nelson; Taylor; Washington
    Regional
  • Central Kentucky Educational Cooperative
    2331 Fortune Drive, Suite 270
    Lexington, KY 40509
    Tel: (859) 402-8610
    Regional
  • Child Watch Advocacy Center
    1181 Jefferson Street
    Paducah, KY 42001
    Tel: (270) 443-1440
    McCracken
    Regional
  • Children's Advocacy Center of Green River
    537 S. Green St.
    Henderson, KY 42420
    Tel: (270) 830-8400
    Daviess; Hancock; Henderson; McLean; Ohio; Union; Webster
    Regional
  • Christian County
    511 South Main St.
    Hopkinsville, KY 42240
    Tel: (270) 887-4105
    Christian county; Christian; 42223; 422262; 42221; 42254; 42217; 42236; 42241; 42240; 42266; 42232ChristianVisit or stay with us awhile and you'll soon discover that Christian County is a great place to live, work, do business or simply enjoy the pleasures of life. Whether a long-time resident, a newcomer or just visiting, we hope you find this site useful in learning more about Christian County and accessing its services.
    County
  • Christian County Conservation District
    3237 Eagle Way By-Pass
    Hopkinsville, KY 42240
    Tel: (270) 885-8688
    Christian
    County
  • Christian County Health Department
    1700 Canton Street
    P.O. BOX 647
    Hopkinsville, KY 42240
    Tel: (270) 887-4160
    Christian
    County
  • Christian County Water District
    1940 Dawson Springs Road
    Hopkinsville, KY 42240
    Tel: (270) 886-3696
    Christian
    County
  • City of Beaver Dam
    P.O. Box 408
    Beaver Dam, KY 42320
    Tel: (270) 274-7106
    Ohio
    City
  • City of Benton
    1009 Main St
    Benton, KY 42025
    Tel: (270) 527-8677
    benton, marshall county, kentuckyMarshallThe small town of Benton, KY, known as Kentucky Lake's Downtown, lies in the far western part of the Bluegrass state in Marshall County. Benton’s geographical location is the center of the county in a nest of hills just south and west of Clarks River. The quaint town was founded in 1842 by John Bearden and Francis H. Clayton, but named for Senator Thomas Benton of Missouri. Benton was then incorporated in 1845. The approximate population of Benton as of 2010 was 4,349.
    City
  • City of Brandenburg
    737 High Street
    Brandenburg, KY 40108
    Tel: (270) 422-4981
    MeadeThe gateway city to the "Heartland of Kentucky". If you want to travel the backroads of Kentucky and get the flavor of the Commonwealth, there is no better place to start than historic Brandenburg!
    City
  • City of Cadiz
    63 Main Street
    P.O. Box 1465
    Cadiz, KY 42211
    Tel: (270) 522-8244
    CadizTriggCadiz strives to managing City Government with integrity, accountability, and efficiency while providing the citizens of Cadiz with the highest quality public safety, public works, and administrative support possible.
    City
  • City of Caneyville
    304 E Maple St
    Caneyville, KY 42721
    Tel: (270) 879-9701
    GraysonOur City was founded in 1840 just below the forks of Caney Creek, for whose cane bottoms it was named. We are next to the Western Kentucky Parkway, as well as only being 14 miles from Rough River State Park.
    City
  • City of Carlisle
    107 E Chestnut St
    Carlisle, KY 40311
    Tel: (859) 289-3700
    Nicholas
    Carlisle is the county seat of Nicholas County, Kentucky. It is located at the junction of Kentucky Route 32 and Kentucky Route 36, about halfway between Lexington and Maysville. The population was 2,010 at the 2010 census. 
    Carlisle was founded in 1816 when John Kincart donated land to facilitate the relocation of the county seat from Ellisville, 5 miles (8.0 km) to the north. The town was probably named for Carlisle, Pennsylvania, hometown of Kincart's father. The fourth, and final, courthouse was built in 1893-1894 which is still in use today as are most of the buildings along Main Street and Courthouse Square which were built in the 1890’s and 1900’s.
    City
  • City of Clarkson
    213 Millerstown Street
    Clarkson, KY 42726
    Tel: (270) 242-6997
    GraysonClarkson is conveniently located along Highway 62 in Grayson County and easily accessible from Exit 112 on the Western Kentucky Parkway. We are centrally located within four larger cities. Leitchfield, the county seat of Grayson County, is just west of the City. Elizabethtown and Louisville to the northeast, and Bowling Green to the south are all within easy driving distance.
    City
  • City of Corinth
    215 Thomas Ln
    Corinth, KY 41010
    Tel: (859) 824-5922​
    corinth, scott, grant, cityGrant; ScottCorinth is the smallest of the four incorporated areas in Grant County. In addition to serving the southern part of Grant County, Corinth also serves the northern part of Scott County, eastern part of Harrison and Pendleton counties, and the western part of Owen County. With Interstate 75 in close proximity, it is just a matter of time before Corinth realizes its growth and prosperity.​​
    City
  • City of Crittenden
    117 S. Main Street
    Crittenden, KY 41030
    Tel: (859) 428-2597
    Grant; Kenton
    City
  • City of Fairview
    P.O. Box 121
    Independence, KY 41051
    Tel: (859) 360-3146
    Christian; ToddWe are located in southern Kenton County, primarily along state route 177. The city was incorporated in 1957 to avoid annexation by Covington. Our city’s history is tied to the adjacent railroad, and the name “Fairview” was suggested by one of our residents.
    City
  • City of Hardinsburg
    220 S Main St
    P.O. Box 149
    Hardinsburg, KY 40143-0149
    Tel: (270) 756-2213
    HardinsburgBreckinridgeHardinsburg is the county seat for Breckinridge County and is a small rural community. We are centrally located between three larger cities, Louisville to the northeast, Owensboro to the west and Elizabethtown to the southeast, all are within a one hour commute.
    City
  • City of Hartford
    116 E. Washington Street
    Hartford, KY 42347
    Tel: (270) 298-3612
    HartfordOhioOur population is 2,571, and we are located in Western Kentucky just off the Natcher Parkway on the Rough River, which is a wonderful resource for canoeing fun. Hartford is the county seat of Ohio County. Our slogan for many years has been the "Home of 2000 Happy People and a Few Soreheads," but we hope you won't meet them.
    City
  • City of Heritage Creek
    8700 Justice Way
    Louisville, KY 40229
    Tel: (502) 239-2336
    JeffersonThe City was incorporated in 1960 and was formerly known as The City of Minor Lane Heights. The Louisville Regional Airport Authorities began expansion in the late 80's and early 90's. Mayor and Council went door to door investigating the possibility of moving the entire city. The city limits of Minor Lane Heights along with unincorporated areas were to be purchased under a voluntary buy out.
    City
  • City of Hodgenville
    200 S Lincoln Blvd
    Hodgenville, KY 42748
    Tel: (270) 358-3832
    HodgenvilleLarue
    City
  • City of Inez
    Main Street
    P.O. Box 540
    Inez, KY 41224
    Tel: (606) 298-4602
    MartinLocated in the coal fields of eastern Kentucky, Inez, Kentucky is the county seat of Martin County. Inez residents are dedicated to hard work and community loyalty. The citizens of Inez are proud of their rich heritage and strive to preserve its history while eagerly embracing opportunities for the future.
    City
  • City of Irvington
    109 W. Caroline Street
    Irvington, KY 40146
    Tel: (270) 547-3835
    IrvingtonBreckinridgeWe started as a railroad town and even though the trains are not so many any more and not dependent on the coal tipple, our railroad will always be the “Main Line” to the ones who remember when.
    City
  • City of Lebanon
    240 W. Main St.
    P.O. Box 840
    Lebanon, KY 40333
    Tel: (270) 692-6272
    LebanonMarion
    City
  • City of Leitchfield
    314 West White Oak Street
    P.O. Box 398
    Leitchfield, KY 42755
    Tel: (270) 259-4034
    LeitchfieldGraysonLeitchfield is the county seat for Grayson County, Kentucky. We are centrally located at Exit 107 off the Western Kentucky Parkway. Our town is located between two of our most valuable assets, our Twin Lakes. Nolin Lake, which we share with Edmonson and Hart Counties to the South and Rough River Lake, which we share with Breckinridge County to the North. Both lakes provide entertainment for our residents as well as the visitors to our area during the warm seasons.
    City
  • City of Lexington
    200 E. Main St,
    Lexington, KY 40507
    Tel: (859) 425-2255
    LexingtonFayetteKnown as the "Horse Capital of the World", Lexington is the second-largest city in Kentucky and the 61st largest in the United States.
    City
  • City of Louisville
    601 W. Jefferson Street
    Louisville, KY 40202
    Tel: (502) 574-5000
    Louisville, 40217; 40221; 40220; 40223; 40222; 40217; 40216; 40219; 40218; 40224; 40233; 40232; 40242; 40241; 40228; 40225; 40231; 40229; 40204; 40203; 40206; 40205; 40118; 40059; 40202; 40201; 40207; 40213; 40212; 40215; 40214; 40209; 40208; 40211; 40210; 40287; 40285; 40290; 40289; 40281; 40280; 40283; 40282; 40291; 40297; 40296; 40299; 40298; 40293; 40292; 40295; 40294; 40253; 40252; 40256; 40255; 40245; 40243; 40251; 40250; 40257; 40269; 40268; 40272; 40270; 40259; 40258; 40266; 40261; 40018; 40041; 40027; 40025; 40023 JeffersonLouisville is the largest city in the Commonwealth of Kentucky and the 30th-most populous city in the United States.
    City
  • City of Milton
    10179 Hwy 421 North
    Milton, KY 40045
    Tel: (502) 268-5224
    MiltonTrimbleThe City of Milton is located in Trimble County along the Ohio River. We are a small town with a population, according to the 2010 Census of 574.
    City
  • City of Mortons Gap
    P.O. Box 367
    Mortons Gap, KY 42440
    Tel: (270) 258-5362
    HopkinsMortons Gap is centrally located between Evansville, Indiana, Owensboro, Bowling Green, Nashville, Tennessee, and Paducah. We are blessed with four distinct seasons. Summers are packed with picnics at the park, at the City Lake or strolling the streets of town. Winters are mild but the kids do occasionally get to use their sleds. We have one of the lowest crime rates per population in the Commonwealth. We have a number of churches in town so you can practice your faith or catch a church social. Excellent schools are located within two miles. Fishing, deer hunting, turkey hunting, four-wheeling and golf are all just minutes away from downtown.
    City
  • City of Muldraugh
    202 Wendell Street
    Muldraugh, KY 40155
    Tel: (502) 942-2824
    Hardin; Meade
    City
  • City of New Haven
    302 Center Street
    P.O. Box 98
    New Haven, KY 40051
    Tel: (502) 549-3177
    New HavenNelsonThe City of New Haven, first called Pottinger’s Landing, was founded in 1820. Harrod’s Company established a station on Pottinger’s Creek in 1781 and one its members, Colonel Samuel Pottinger envisioned the area becoming an important shipping point for products bound for New Orleans via the Rolling Fork River, Salt River, Ohio River and the Mississippi River. A large flat boat landing and warehouses were built near the Rolling Fork River. The City was incorporated in 1839.
    City
  • City of Oakland
    101 Main St
    Oakland, KY 42159
    Tel: (270) 996-9097
    Warrennitially settled as a farming community during the late 18th century, Oakland was formally established with the completion of the Louisville & Nashville Railroad in 1859. From 1870 - 1900, Oakland was a railroad boomtown and major shipping point for locally grown tobacco, grain, and livestock. Commercial development took place along both sides of the rail corridor, and the town grew to include a telegraph office, drug store, Post Office, two general stores, passenger platform, hotel, school, bank, barber shop, corn mill, and blacksmith shop. Oakland enjoyed its greatest prosperity as the major strawberry producing area of Kentucky from 1915 to 1950.
    City
  • City of Olive Hill
    225 Roger Patton Drive
    Olive Hill, KY 41164
    Tel: (606) 286-0585
    CarterOur small town friendliness complements our mission in providing a variety of activities and various types of entertainment for everyone. The Olive Hill Historical Society has produced a fine facility that helps to provide for the cultural needs of our residents and visitors by offering musicals, dinner theatres, small town events and meetings. The city park is well lighted and offers a walking track, outdoor swimming pool, safe playground equipment and a selection of choices for physical fitness advocates.
    City
  • City of Princeton
    206 E. Market St.
    Princeton, KY 42445
    Tel: (270) 365-9575
    PrincetonCaldwellPlan your visit today, but make sure to set aside time to explore and take in all the wonderful sights and things to do in our community. From walking along Main Street in our historic downtown district, to visiting one of our many parks or playgrounds, to shopping or dining at one of the many stores along our Hwy 62 business corridor, there's something for everyone in Princeton!
    City
  • City of Taylorsville
    70 Taylorsville Rd.
    P.O. Box 279
    Taylorsville, KY 40071
    Tel: (502) 477-3235
    SpencerTaylorsville is the county seat of Spencer County, Kentucky. Long-time residents of the region can often trace their ancestry to the middle 1700's, since many families of current citizens helped to settle the Taylorsville "basin" area.
    City
  • City of Versailles
    196 South Main Street
    Versailles, KY 40383
    Tel: (859) 873-4581
    Versailles WoodfordThe City of Versailles Ky, in Uniquely Woodford County, is a great place to live, learn, work and invest. The video shows a small town with huge aspirations depicted through the eyes of a young boy… Versailles, KY. 'Small Town feel you want...Urban access you need".
    City
  • City of West Point
    509 Elm Street
    West Point, KY 40177
    Tel: (502) 922-4260
    West PointHardinWest Point is one of the oldest towns in Kentucky. The first settlers arrived at the Mouth of Salt River in 1776, but for the first 20 years the settlers were time and again driven back to the more populated areas in Southeastern Kentucky by constant Indian attacks.
    City
  • City of White Plains
    P.O. Box 399
    White Plains, KY 42464
    Tel: (270) 676-8639
    HopkinsWhite Plains is located in the southeastern corner of Hopkins County, encompassing an area of just over 2 square miles with a population of approximately 800 residents. White Plains provides water, sewer and gas services to our residents as well as maintaining a city park and 4200 sf. community center. Other amenities of the City include a walking trail, ball park and basketball court.
    City
  • City of Wickliffe
    321 Court Street
    P.O. Box 175
    Wickliffe, KY 42087
    Tel: (270) 335-3557
    WickliffeBallard
    City
  • Clark County
    34 South Main
    Winchester, KY 40391
    Tel: (859) 745-0200
    Clark County; Clark; 40391; 40392ClarkClark County today is a vibrant, growing community which still prides itself in rich agricultural land, residential development as well as a business and industrial center. Located on Interstate 64 and just seven (7) miles from Interstate 75, we boast convenient access to the entire eastern United States.
    County
  • Clark County Conservation District
    667 Tech Drive
    Winchester, KY 40391
    Tel: (859) 744-2322
    Clark
    County
  • Clark County Health Department
    400 Professional Ave.
    Winchester, KY 40391
    Tel: (859) 744-4482
    Clark
    County
  • Clark County Library Board
    370 South Burns Ave
    Winchester, KY 40391
    Tel: (859) 744-5661
    Clark
    County
  • Clay County
    102 Richmond Road
    Suite 201
    Manchester, KY 40962
    Tel: (606) 598-2071
    Clay County; Clay; 40941; 40944; 40914; 40932; 40962; 40972; 40983; 40951Clay
    Discover the backcountry of Clay County, the Gateway to the Elk & Redbud Capitals of Kentucky and the Land of Swinging Bridges!
    County
  • Clay County 911 Board
    239 Memorial Drive
    Manchester, KY 40962
    Tel: (606) 598-2923
    Clay
    County
  • Clinton County
    100 South Cross Street
    Albany, KY 42602
    Tel: (606) 387-5234
    Clinton county; Clinton; 42602; 42603Clinton
    Clinton County, home to approximately 11,000 residents, is located between beautiful Lake Cumberland and Dale Hollow Lake.
    County
  • Clinton County Public Library
    302 King Drive
    Albany, KY 42602
    Tel: (606) 387-5989
    Clinton
    County
  • Columbia/Adair Utilities District
    109 Grant Lane
    P.O. Box 567
    Columbia, KY 42728
    Tel: (270) 384-2181
    Adair
    County
  • Commonwealth Credit Union
    417 High St.
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-4775
    Regional
  • Communicare Inc.
    107 Cranes Roost Court
    Elizabethtown, KY 42701
    Tel: (270) 765-2605
    Regional
  • Community Action Kentucky
    101 Burch Court
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 875-5863
    Regional
  • Comprehend Inc. Regional Mental Health Mental Retardation Board
    611 Forest Ave.
    Maysville, KY 41056
    Tel: (606) 564-4016
    Bracken; Fleming; Lewis; Mason; Robertson
    Regional
  • Corinth Water District
    215 Thomas Lane
    Corinth, KY 41010
    Tel: (859) 824-7110
    Grant; Scott
    City
  • Crittenden County
    107 S Main Street
    Marion, KY 42064
    Tel: (270) 965-5251
    Crittenden County; Crittenden; 42064; 42033; 42037CrittendenThe rolling hills of Crittenden County are home to Kentucky's largest Amish Community with a population of over five hundred. Cabinetry, furniture, baked goods and bulk foods as well as seasonal items such as plants, vegetables, pumpkins and gourds can be purchased from individual Amish families.
    County
  • Crittenden Livingston County Water District
    321 Court Street
    P.O. Box 70
    Smithland, KY 42081
    Tel: (270) 988-2680
    Livingston
    County
  • Cumberland County
    P.O. Box 826
    Burkesville, KY 42717
    Tel: (270) 864-3444
    Cumberland County; Cumberland; 42717; 42759CumberlandCumberland County is known for its breathtaking landscapes, unimaginable fishing experiences, and most importantly, it's welcoming and neighborly folks. Whether your boating on Dale Hollow lake, casting a reel out in the river or hiking the trails of our state park, there is always an adventure to be discovered.
    County
  • Cumberland County Public Library
    114 Hill Street
    Burkesville, KY 42717
    Tel: (270) 864-2207
    Cumberland
    County
  • Cumberland County Soil and Water Conservation District
    329 Keen Street
    P.O. Box 228
    Burkesville, KY 42717
    Tel: (270) 864-2606
    Cumberland
    County
  • Cumberland River Behavioral Health, Inc.
    175 Peachtree St
    Corbin, KY 40701
    Tel: (606) 528-7010
    Bell; Clay; Harlan; Jackson; Knox; Laurel; Rockcastle; Whitley
    Regional
  • Cumberland Valley Area Development District
    342 Old Whitley Road
    London, KY 40744
    Tel: (606) 864-7391
    Bell; Clay; Harlan; Jackson; Knox; Laurel; Rockcastle; Whitley
    Regional
  • Cumberland Valley Children's Advocacy Center
    1130 E. 4th Street
    London, KY 40741
    Tel: (606) 878-9116
    Bell; Clay; Harlan; Jackson; Knox; Laurel; Rockcastle; Whitley
    Regional
  • Cumberland Valley District Health
    500 Bourne Avenue
    Somerset, KY 42501
    Tel: (270) 864-2206
    Adair; Casey; Clinton; Cumberland; Green; McCreary; Pulaski; Russell; Taylor; Wayne
    Regional
  • Cynthiana/Harrison County Library
    104 North Main Street
    Cynthiana, KY 41031
    Tel: (859) 234-4881
    Harrison
    County
  • Daniel Boone Community Action Agency
    1535 Shamrock Road
    Manchester, KY 40962
    Tel: (606) 864-9121
    Clay; Jackson; Laurel; Lee; Rockcastle; Owsley; Wolfe
    Regional
  • Daviess County
    212 Saint Ann St.
    Room 202
    Owensboro, KY 42303
    Tel: (270) 685-8424
    Daviess County; Owensboro; 42301; 42303; 42304; 42302; 42334; 42355; 42376; 42366; 42356; 42377; 42378DaviessWe represent a community of energetic and forward-looking people from all walks of life, genuinely concerned about their community and how it grows and prospers. With an international reputation for hospitality, our aim is to make all citizens, businesses and visitors feel that they are part of and welcome in our county.
    County
  • Daviess County Public Library
    2020 Frederica Street
    Owensboro, KY 42301
    Tel: (270) 684-0211
    Daviess
    County
  • Domestic Violence Emergency Services Of Gateway
    P.O. Box 1012
    Morehead, KY 40351
    Tel: (606) 784-6880
    Bath; Menifee; Montgomery; Morgan; Rowan
    Regional
  • East Clark County Water District
    118 Hopkins Lane
    Winchester, KY 40391
    Tel: (859) 745-1458
    Clark
    County
  • East Pendleton Water District
    601 Woodson Rd
    P.O. Box 29
    Falmouth, KY 41040
    Tel: (859) 654-2100
    Pendleton
    County
  • Eastern Kentucky Concentrated Employment Program
    412 Roy Campbell Drive, Ste. 100
    Hazard, KY 41701
    Tel: (606) 436-5751
    Bell; Breathitt; Clay; Harlan; Jackson; Knott; Knox; Lee; Leslie; Letcher; Owsley; Perry; Wolfe; Carter; Elliott; Floyd; Johnson; Lawrence; Magoffin; Martin; Menifee; Morgan; Pike
    Regional
  • Eastwood Fire Protection District
    16010 US Highway 60
    Louisville, KY 40245
    Tel: (502) 245-1400
    Jefferson
    City
  • Edmonson County
    P.O. Box 353
    Brownsville, KY 42210
    Tel: (270) 597-2819
    Edmonson county; 42210; 42207; 42163; 42259; 42275; 42285EdmonsonEdmonson County has a wide selection of exciting adventures for the entire family, including boating, fishing, horseback riding, camping, golfing, and of course, exploring the awesome underworld of Mammoth Cave National Park.
    County
  • Edmonson County Ambulance District
    1755 Ky Highway 259 N
    Brownsville, KY 42210
    Tel: (270) 597-3721
    Edmonson
    County
  • Edmonson County Conservation District
    100 Washington Street
    P.O. Box 248
    Brownsville, KY 42210
    Tel: (270) 597-2761
    Edmonson
    County
  • Electric Plant Board of Vanceburg
    191 Front Street
    P.O. Box 489
    Vanceburg, KY 41179
    Tel: (606) 796-2641
    Lewis
    City
  • Elizabethtown Tourism and Convention Bureau
    1030 North Mulberry Street
    Elizabethtown, KY 42701
    Tel: (270) 765-2175
    Hardin
    City
  • Elliott County
    P.O. Box 710
    Sandy Hook, KY 41171
    Tel: (606) 738-5821
    Elliott County; 41171; 41149ElliottTucked away in the hills of eastern KY, Elliott County will have you feeling like you're home with our peaceful country atmosphere. We have creeks throughout the county that run into the beautiful Grayson Lake. The creeks are perfect for kayaking, boating, and fishing. The scenery is just breathtaking!
    County
  • Elliott County Ambulance Service
    59 Ambulance Rd
    Sandy Hook, KY 41171
    Tel: (606) 738-5083
    Elliott
    County
  • Elsmere Fire Protection
    401 Garvey Avenue
    Elsmere, KY 41018
    Tel: (859) 342-7505
    Kenton
    City
  • Estill County
    130 Main St.
    Room 102
    Irvine, KY 40336
    Tel: (606) 723-7524
    Estill CountyEstillWhether you are a citizen of Estill County looking for information on how to contact your various elected officials; a visitor wanting to learn more about our beautiful county, or a business owner considering locating to Estill County and into our industrial park anchored by Carhartt Manufacturing we welcome You……
    County
  • Estill County Conservation District
    1505 Richmond Rd
    Irvine, KY 40336
    Tel: (606) 723-5104
    Estill
    County
  • Estill County EMS
    22 Mercy Court
    Irvine, KY 40336
    Tel: (606) 723-2124
    Estill
    County
  • Estill County Health Department
    365 River Drive
    Irvine, KY 40336
    Tel: (606) 723-5227
    Estill
    County
  • Estill County Water District 1
    76 Cedar Grove Rd.
    Irvine, KY 40336
    Tel: (606) 723-3795
    Estill
    County
  • Fairdale Fire District
    10015 Mitchell Hill Road
    Fairdale, KY 40118
    Tel: (502) 361-1836
    Jefferson
    City
  • Family Health Center
    2215 Portland Ave.
    Louisville, KY 40212
    Tel: (502) 774-8631
    Jefferson
    Regional
  • Farmdale Water District
    100 Highwood Drive
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 223-2562
    Franklin
    City
  • Fayette County
    200 E. Main St
    Lexington, KY 40507
    Tel: (859) 253-3344
    Lexington, Fayette; 40583; 40582; 40579; 40580; 40581; 40588; 40505; 40506; 40507; 40502; 40503; 40504; 40511; 40598; 40591; 40508; 40509; 40510; 40578; 40524; 40523; 40526; 40536; 40533; 40517; 40522; 40526; 40514; 40515; 40574; 40555; 40512; 40513; 40575; 40546; 40544; 4055; 40576; 40577 40583; 40582; 40579; 40580; 40581; 40588; 40505; 40506; 40507; 40502; 40503; 40504; 40511; 40598; 40591; 40508; 40509; 40510; 40578; 40524; 40523; 40526; 40536; 40533; 40517; 40522; 40516; 40514; 40515; 40574; 40555; 40512; 40513; 40575; 40546; 40544; 40550; 40576; 40577Fayette
    County
  • Fayette County Clerk
    162 E. Main Street
    Lexington, KY 40507
    Tel: (859) 253-3344
    fayette county clerk; fayette county licensesFayette
    The County Clerk is a constitutional officer elected to a four year term. Originally created to serve as a county's official record-keeper, the responsibilities of a County Clerk have evolved to include many other services.
    County
  • Fayette County Sheriff's Office
    150 N. Limestone
    Suite 265
    Lexington, KY 40507
    Tel: (859) 252-1771
    fayette sheriff; fayette countyFayette
    Provides information and resources from paying property taxes to learning more about community programs.
    County
  • Fern Creek Fire Protection District
    9409 Old Bardstown Rd.
    Louisville, KY 40291
    Tel: (502) 239-7075
    Jefferson
    City
  • Fivco Area Development District
    32 FIVCO Court
    Grayson, KY 41143
    Tel: (606) 929-1366
    Boyd; Carter; Elliott; Greenup; Lawrence
    Regional
  • Fleming County
    100 Court Square
    Flemingsburg, KY 41041
    Tel: (606) 845-8801
    Fleming county; 41039; 41037; 41049; 41041; 41081; 41093; 41065FlemingFleming County is a county located in the U.S. state of Kentucky. As of the 2010 census, the population was 14,348. Its county seat is Flemingsburg. The county was formed in 1798 and named for Colonel John Fleming, an Indian fighter and early settler. It's a prohibition or dry county.
    County
  • Fleming County EMS
    2343 Bypass
    Flemingsburg, KY 41041
    Tel: (606) 845-4444
    Fleming
    County
  • Fleming County Health Department
    194 Windsor Drive
    Flemingsburg, KY 41041
    Tel: (606) 845-6511
    Fleming
    County
  • Fleming County Library
    202 Bypass Boulevard
    Flemingsburg, KY 41041
    Tel: (606) 845-7851
    Fleming
    County
  • Flemingsburg Fleming County Dispatch Board
    100 Court Square
    Flemingsburg, KY 41041
    Tel: (606) 845-2121
    Fleming
    County
  • Floyd County
    313 Westminster Street
    Suite 210
    Prestonsburg, KY 41653
    Tel: (606) 886-0364
    Floyd county; 41649; 41647; 41667; 41669; 41643; 41642; 41640; 41645; 41653; 41651; 41659; 41655; 41773; 41666; 41660; 41650; 41636; 41605; 41606; 41601; 41604; 41612; 41607; 41616; 41615; 41630; 41622; 41635; 41631; 41621; 41619; 41621; 41619; 41602; 41603FloydLocated in the coal, oil and natural gas fields of Eastern Kentucky, Floyd County is part of the Cumberland Plateau of the Appalachian Mountain range and consists of 393 square miles. Drained by the Louisa Fork of the Big Sandy River, it has elevation ranges of 641 feet above sea level to over 2000 feet on higher peaks. There are five incorporated towns in Floyd County: Prestonsburg (county seat), Allen, Wayland, Martin and Wheelwright.
    County
  • Floyd County Conservation District
    18 Mayo Br. Brandykeg
    P.O. Box 29
    Prestonsburg, KY 41653
    Tel: (606) 889-9800
    Floyd
    County
  • Floyd County Health Department
    283 Goble Street
    Prestonsburg, KY 41653
    Tel: (606) 886-2788
    Floyd
    County
  • Floyd County Public Library
    161 N. Arnold Ave
    Prestonsburg, KY 41653
    Tel: (812) 944-8464
    Floyd
    County
  • Frankfort Plant Board
    151 Flynn Avenue
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 352-4372
    Franklin
    City
  • Frankfort/Franklin County Tourism and Convention Comission
    100 Capital Ave.
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 875-8687
    Franklin
    County
  • Franklin County
    321 West Main Street
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 875-8751
    Franklin county; 40621; 40622; 40619; 40620; 40602; 40601; 40603; 40618; 40604Franklin
    The governing body of Franklin County consists of a Fiscal Court.  The Fiscal Court is comprised of the County Judge Executive, elected at large by residents of the entire county, and six magistrates, elected by residents of their corresponding district.  Members of Fiscal Court are elected on a four year term.
    County
  • Franklin County Conservation District
    103 Lakeview Court
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 352-2701
    Franklin
    County
  • Franklin County Council on Aging
    202 Medical Heights Drive
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 223-5794
    Franklin
    County
  • Franklin County Health Department
    100 Glenns Creek Road
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-7382
    Franklin
    County
  • Franklin Electric Plant Board
    309 N High St.
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (270) 586-4441
    Franklin
    County
  • Frontier Housing Inc.
    5445 Flemingsburg Road
    Morehead, KY 40351
    Tel: (606) 784-3121
    Rowan
    City
  • Fulton County
    2216 Myron Cory Drive
    Suite 1
    Hickman, KY 42050
    Tel: (270) 236-2594
    Fulton county; 42050; 42041Fulton
    Welcome to Fulton County, where the Mississippi River, the CNRR Mainline and I-69 all come together.
    County
  • Fulton County Public Library
    312 Main Street
    Fulton, KY 42041
    Tel: (270) 472-3439
    Fulton
    County
  • Gallatin County
    200 Washington Street
    P.O. Box 144
    Warsaw, KY 41095
    Tel: (859) 567-5691
    Gallatin; 41095; 41086; 41046GallatinWelcome to Gallatin County, Kentucky! Derived from Franklin and Shelby Counties, Gallatin County was established in 1798 as Kentucky's 33rd county.
    County
  • Gallatin County Public Library
    209 West Market Street
    P.O. Box 848
    Warsaw, KY 41095
    Tel: (859) 567-7323
    Gallatin
    County
  • Gallatin County Water District
    4500 HWY 455
    Sparta, KY 41086
    Tel: (859) 643-5200
    Gallatin
    County
  • Garrard County
    15 Public Square, Suite 3
    Lancaster, KY 40444
    Tel: (859) 792-3531
    Garrard county; 40461; 40446; 40410; 40444Garrard
    Garrard County was formed in 1796 from parts of Lincoln County, Madison County and Mercer County. It was named for Col. James Garrard, second Governor of Kentucky and acting governor at the time of the county's establishment.
    County
  • Garrard County Health Department
    89 Farra Drive
    Lancaster, KY 40444
    Tel: (859) 792-2153
    Garrard
    County
  • Garrard County Public Library
    101 Lexington St.
    Lancaster, KY 40444
    Tel: (859) 792-3424
    Garrard
    County
  • Garrison Quincy KY-O-Heights Water District
    284 Murphys Lane
    P.O. Box 279
    Vanceburg, KY 41179
    Tel: (606) 757-4898
    Lewis
    City
  • Gateway Area Development District
    110 Lake Park Drive
    Morehead, KY 40351
    Tel: (606) 780-0090
    Bath; Menifee; Montgomery; Morgan; Rowan
    Regional
  • Gateway Children's Advocacy Center
    310 E. Main Street
    Morehead, KY 40351
    Tel: (606) 780-7848
    Bath; Menifee; Montgomery; Morgan; Rowan
    Regional
  • Gateway Community Services Organization Inc.
    151 University Dr.
    P.O. Box 367
    West Liberty, KY 41472
    Tel: (606) 743-3133
    Bath; Menifee; Montgomery; Morgan; Rowan
    Regional
  • Gateway District Health Department
    P.O. Box 555
    Owingsville, KY 40360
    Tel: (606) 674-2731
    Bath; Elliott; Menifee; Morgan; Rowan
    Regional
  • George Coon Public Library
    114 South Harrison Street
    P.O. Box 230
    Princeton, KY 42445
    Tel: (270) 365-2884
    Caldwell
    City
  • Georgetown Housing Authority
    139 Scroggin Park
    Georgetown, KY 40324
    Tel: (502) 863-3773
    Scott
    City
  • Georgetown Municipal Water and Sewer Service
    1000 W. Main St.
    Georgetown, KY 40324
    Tel: (502) 863-7816
    Scott
    City
  • Georgetown/Scott County Tourism Commission
    399 Outlet Center Drive
    Georgetown, KY 40324
    Tel: (502) 863-2547
    Scott
    County
  • Glasgow Electric Plant Board
    100 Mallory Dr.
    Glasgow, KY 42141
    Tel: (270) 651-8341
    Barren
    City
  • Glasgow Water Company
    301 West Main Street
    Glasgow, KY 42141
    Tel: (270) 651-3727
    Barren
    City
  • Grant County
    101 N Main St #3
    Williamstown, KY 41097
    Tel: (859) 823-7561
    Grant county; 41010; 41030; 41035; 41052; 41097; 41054Grant
    Grant County is Northern Kentucky’s southernmost county. Located at the tiptop of the Bluegrass Region, we are within one hour of Lexington and Louisville, Kentucky, and Cincinnati, Ohio.
    County
  • Grant County Public Library
    201 Barnes Road
    Williamstown, KY 41097
    Tel: (859) 824-2080
    Grant
    County
  • Graves County
    101 East South Street
    Mayfield, KY 42066
    Tel: (270) 247-3626
    Graves county; 42063; 42039; 42027; 42069; 42066; 42051; 42061; 42082; 42079; 42040; 42085; 42088Graves
    Graves County has a rich history and strong commitment to its future development.
    County
  • Graves County Health Center
    416 Central Avenue
    Mayfield, KY 42066
    Tel: (270) 247-3553
    Graves
    County
  • Graves County Library
    601 N 17th St.
    Mayfield, KY 42066
    Tel: (270) 804-4968
    Graves
    County
  • Grayson County
    10 Public Square
    Leitchfield, KY 42754
    Tel: (270) 259-3159
    Grayson county; 42755; 42712; 42726; 42721; 42762; 40119; 42754Grayson
    County
  • Grayson County Clerk
    10 Public Square
    Leitchfield, KY 42754
    Tel: (270) 259-3201
    Grayson
    County
  • Grayson County Conservation District
    115 Commerce Drive
    Leitchfield, KY 42754
    Tel: (270) 259-3738
    Grayson
    County
  • Grayson County Health Department
    124 E. White Oak St.
    Leitchfield, KY 42754
    Tel: (270) 259-3141
    Grayson
    County
  • Grayson County Library
    163 Carroll Gibson Blvd.
    Leitchfield, KY 42754
    Tel: (270) 259-5455
    Grayson
    County
  • Greater Fleming County Water Commission
    2772 Morehead Rd.
    P.O. Box 327
    Flemingsburg, KY 41041
    Tel: (606) 845-3981
    Fleming
    County
  • Greater Lexington Convention and Visitors Bureau
    215 West Main Street Ste. 150
    Lexington, KY 40507
    Tel: (859) 223-1221
    Fayette
    City
  • Green County
    203 West Court Street
    Greensburg, KY 42743
    Tel: (270) 932-4024
    Green county; 42782; 42743; 41169; 41144; 41174; 41183; 41175; 41139; 41121Green
    Welcome to Green County’s website!  Green County is a rural community located in South Central Kentucky.
    County
  • Green County Ambulance Service
    105 W. Hodgenville Ave.
    Greensburg, KY 42743
    Tel: (270) 932-4911
    Green
    County
  • Green River Area Development District
    300 GRADD Way
    Owensboro, KY 42301
    Tel: (270) 926-4433
    Daviess; Hancock; Henderson; McLean; Ohio; Union; Webster
    Regional
  • Green River District Health Department
    1501 Breckenridge Street
    Owensboro, KY 42301
    Tel: (270) 686-7747
    Daviess; Hancock; Henderson; McLean; Ohio; Union; Webster
    Regional
  • Green River Regional Educational Cooperative
    230 Technology Way
    Bowling Green, KY 42101
    Tel: (270) 563-3113
    Daviess; Hancock; Henderson; McLean; Ohio
    Regional
  • Green River Regional Mental Health Mental Retardation Board
    1100 Walnut Street
    P.O. Box 1637
    Owensboro, KY 42302
    Tel: (270) 689-6500
    Daviess
    Regional
  • Green/Taylor Water District
    102 E. Columbia Ave.
    Greensburg, KY 42743
    Tel: (270) 932-4947
    Green
    County
  • Greenup County Environmental Commission
    1730 Winchester Avenue
    P.O. Box 830
    Ashland, KY 41105
    Tel: (606) 836-4600
    Boyd; Greenup
    County
  • Greenup County Health Department
    806 Seaton Ave , Suite 1
    P.O. Box 377
    Greenup, KY 41144
    Tel: (606) 473-9838
    Greenup
    County
  • Hancock County
    225 Main Cross Street
    Hawesville, KY 42348
    Tel: (270) 927-8137
    Hancock county; 42364; 42348; 472368; 42351Hancock
    Our community possesses all of the qualities, characteristics and charm of small town America - but with easy access to the amenities and conveniences of big city life.
    County
  • Hancock County Public Library
    1210 Madison St.
    Hawesville, KY 42348
    Tel: (270) 927-6060
    Hancock
    County
  • Hardin County
    150 North Provident Way
    Elizabethtown, KY 42701
    Tel: (270) 765-2350
    Hardin county; 42702; 42776; 42740; 40175; 40177; 42732; 40121; 42724; 40122; 42701; 42788; 40159; 40160; 42784; 40162Hardin
    Welcome to your Hardin County Government website. These pages are designed to help you find the department, resource, or person that you are looking for in County Government.
    County
  • Hardin County Public Library
    100 Jim Owen Drive
    Elizabethtown, KY 42701
    Tel: (270) 769-3667
    Hardin
    County
  • Hardin County Soil Conservation District
    250 Sportsman Lake Road
    Elizabethtown, KY 42701
    Tel: (270) 765-2273
    Hardin
    County
  • Hardin County Water District #1
    1400 Rogersville Road
    Radcliff, KY 40160
    Tel: (270) 351-2222
    Hardin
    County
  • Hardin County Water District #2
    360 Ring Road
    P.O. Box 970
    Elizabethtown, KY 42701
    Tel: (270) 737-1056
    Hardin
    County
  • Harlan County
    P.O. Box 956
    Harlan, KY 40831
    Tel: (606) 573-2600
    Harlan county; 40829; 40831; 40849; 40847; 40806; 40819; 40830; 40801; 40818; 40873; 40843; 40854; 40863; 40964; 40870; 40815; 40810; 40820; 40927; 40807; 40855; 40865; 40828; 40823; 40808; 40824Harlan
    In 1819, Harlan County was the 60th. county to be formed from Floyd and Knox Counties. Named for Major Silas Harlan who came from Virginia to Kentucky in 1774.
    County
  • Harlan County Community Action Agency
    319 Camden St
    P.O. Box 1556
    Harlan, KY 40831
    Tel: (606) 573-5335
    Harlan
    County
  • Harlan County Conservation District
    106 South Cumberland Avenue
    Harlan, KY 40831
    Tel: (606) 573-2838
    Harlan
    County
  • Harlan County Health Department
    402 E Clover St
    Harlan, KY 40831
    Tel: (606) 573-4820
    Harlan
    County
  • Harrison County
    111 S. Main St., Ste 201
    Cynthiana, KY 41031
    Tel: (859) 234-7136
    Harrison county; 41003; 41031Harrison
    History has left tracks in Harrison County beginning with Revolutionary Col. Benjamin Harrison (for whom the county was named). Robert Harrison donated the land where the county seat is now located. The city of Cynthiana was named after his two daughters, Cynthia and Anna.
    County
  • Harrison County Consevsation District
    103 Rodgers Park Dr.
    Cynthiana, KY 41031
    Tel: (859) 234-5876
    Harrison
    County
  • Harrods Creek Fire District
    8905 US-42
    Prospect, KY 40059
    Tel: (502) 228-1351
    Jefferson; Oldham
    Regional
  • Hart County
    P.O. Box 277
    Munfordville, KY 42765
    Tel: (270) 524-2751
    Hart county; 42713; 42765; 42746; 42749; 42722; 42729Hart
    Hart County contains miles of scenic country ranging from sultry river bottoms to gently rolling hillsides to steep knobs and hidden hollows.
    County
  • Hart County Ambulance Service
    20 Ambulance Drive
    P.O. Box 303
    Munfordville, KY 42765
    Tel: (606) 524-7272
    Hart
    County
  • Hart County Conservation District
    805 Main Street
    P.O. Box 186
    Munfordville, KY 42765
    Tel: (270) 524-5631
    Hart
    County
  • Hart County Solid Waste Service
    P.O. Box 549
    Munfordville, KY 42765
    Tel: (270) 524-3323
    Hart
    County
  • Hebron Fire Protection District
    3120 Northbend Road
    Hebron, KY ‎41048
    Tel: (859) 586-9009
    Boone
    City
  • Henderson County
    20 N Main Street
    Henderson, KY 42420
    Tel: (270) 631-7242
    Henderson county; 42458; 42419; 42402; 42406; 42452; 42451; 42420; 42457Henderson
    Henderson County is known as the “Gateway to Southern Hospitality” and this loving spirit is very evident in our community.
    County
  • Henderson County River Authority
    6200 Riverport Road
    Henderson, KY 42420
    Tel: (270) 826-1636
    Henderson
    County
  • Henderson County Tourist Commission
    101 N. Water Street
    Henderson, KY 42420
    Tel: (270) 826-3128
    Henderson
    County
  • Henderson County Water District
    655 South Main
    P.O. Box 655
    Henderson, KY 42419
    Tel: (270) 826-9802
    Henderson
    County
  • Henderson Municipal Power and Light
    100 Fifth Street
    P.O. Box 8
    Henderson, KY 42419
    Tel: (270) 826-2726
    Henderson
    City
  • Henderson Public Library
    101 South Main Street
    Henderson, KY 42420
    Tel: (270) 826-3712
    Henderson
    City
  • Henry County
    P.O. Box 202
    New Castle, KY 40050
    Tel: (502) 845-5707
    Henry; 40070; 40007; 40050; 40011; 40055; 40057; 40068;40036; 40058; 40019; 40075Henry
    Henry County was carved out of a portion of Shelby County during the greatest burst of county-making in the history of the Kentucky General Assembly. The second session of the 1798 legislature voted to create 12 counties, including Henry, during an 11-day span between December 10 and December 21.
    County
  • Henry County Clerk
    27 South Property Road
    P.O. Box 615
    New Castle, KY 40050
    Tel: (502) 845-5705
    henry; county; clerk; new castle;Henry
    We believe it is our responsibility to serve the people of Henry County to the utmost of our ability according to the law.  Your County Clerk’s Office serves your needs on recording deeds, mortgages, leases, marriage licenses, as well as all other legal recordings concerning real estate.  Henry County Clerk's Office also serves your needs for all vehicle registrations and titling, tax collection on motor vehicles and insurance verification; we also are your voter registrar and conduct all elections held in the county.
    County
  • Henry County Library
    172 Eminence Terrace
    Eminence, KY 40019
    Tel: (502) 845-5682
    Henry
    County
  • Henry County Water District #2
    8955 Main Street
    Campbellsburg, KY 40011
    Tel: (502) 532-6280
    Henry
    County
  • Hickman County
    110 East Clay Street
    Suite E
    Clinton, KY 42031
    Tel: (270) 653-2131
    Hickman county; 42031; 42032Hickman
    Hickman County was established in 1821/22 and is Named for "Paschal Hickman", a military captain who was killed at the "Battle of River Raisin" (also known as the "Battle of Frenchtown", January 22, 1813; in Frenchtown, Michigan).
    County
  • Hickman Electric Plant Board
    1104 Moscow Avenue
    Hickman, KY 42050
    Tel: (270) 236-3951
    Fulton
    City
  • Hickman-Fulton County Riverport Authority
    625 Catlett Street
    P.O. Box 6
    Hickman, KY 42050
    Tel: (270) 236-2563
    Fulton
    City
  • Highview Fire District
    7308 Fegenbush Lane
    Louisville, KY 40228​
    Tel: (502) 239-3561
    Jefferson
    City
  • Hope Harbor
    913 Broadway Avenue
    Bowling Green, KY 42101
    Tel: (270) 782-5014
    Allen; Barren; Butler; Edmonson; Hart; Logan; Metcalfe; Monroe; Simpson; Warren
    Regional
  • Hope’s Place
    1100 Greenup Avenue
    Ashland, KY 41101
    Tel: (606) 325-4737
    Boyd; Carter; Elliott; Greenup; Lawrence
    Regional
  • Hopkins County
    56 North Main Street
    Madisonville, KY 42431
    Tel: (270) 821-8294
    Hopkins county; 42431; 42441l; 42440; 42408; 42436; 42464; 42453; 42442; 42413; 42410HopkinsHopkins County  is unique in that it is a community that offers the security and friendliness of a small town while at the same time it has abundant outdoor recreation opportunities and an outstanding performing and visual arts center.
    County
  • Hopkins County Health Department
    412 N Kentucky Ave
    Madisonville, KY 42431
    Tel: (270) 821-5242
    Hopkins
    County
  • Hopkinsville Christian County Library
    1101 Bethel St.
    Hopkinsville, KY 42240
    Tel: (270) 887-4262
    Christian
    City
  • Hopkinsville Electric System
    1820 E 9TH Street
    Hopkinsville, KY 42241
    Tel: (270) 887-4200
    Christian
    City
  • Hopkinsville Solid Waste Authority
    5665 Mt. Zoar/Latham Road
    Hopkinsville, KY 42240
    Tel: (270) 887-8556
    Christian
    City
  • Hopkinsville Water Environment Authority
    401 East Ninth Street
    P.O. Box 628
    Hopkinsville, KY 42240
    Tel: (270) 887-4246
    Christian
    City
  • Housing Authority of Albany
    200 Harvest Street
    Albany, KY 42602
    Tel: (606) 387-7708
    Clinton
    City
  • Housing Authority of Ashland
    3131 Winchester Ave
    Ashland, KY 41101
    Tel: (606) 325-7112
    Boyd
    City
  • Housing Authority of Benton
    101 Walnut Ct
    Benton, KY 42025
    Tel: (270) 527-3626
    Marshall
    City
  • Housing Authority of Bowling Green
    247 Double Springs Rd
    Bowling Green, KY 42101
    Tel: (270) 843-6071
    Warren
    City
  • Housing Authority of Cadiz
    117 Lincoln Ave, Suite 51A
    Cadiz, KY 42211
    Tel: (270) 522-3916
    Trigg
    City
  • Housing Authority of Catlettsburg
    210 24th Street
    Catlettsburg, KY 41129
    Tel: (606) 739-6851
    Boyd
    City
  • Housing Authority of Columbia
    1111 Carrie Bolin Dr
    Columbia, KY 42728
    Tel: (270) 384-2271
    Adair
    City
  • Housing Authority of Corbin
    1336 Madison Street
    Corbin, KY 40702
    Tel: (606) 528-5104
    Knox; Whitley
    City
  • Housing Authority of Covington
    2300 Madison Avenue
    Covington, KY 41014
    Tel: (859) 292-3255
    Kenton
    City
  • Housing Authority of Cynthiana
    148 Federal Street
    Cynthiana, KY 41031
    Tel: (859) 234-5388
    Harrison
    City
  • Housing Authority of Dawson Springs
    100 Clarkdale Court
    P.O. Box 190
    Dawson Springs, KY 42408
    Tel: (270) 797-2512
    Hopkins
    City
  • Housing Authority of Flemingsburg
    142 Circle Drive
    Flemingsburg, KY 41041
    Tel: (606) 845-1651
    Fleming
    City
  • Housing Authority of Frankfort
    590 Walter Todd Drive
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 223-2148
    Franklin
    City
  • Housing Authority of Greensburg
    105 W. Hodgenville Ave.
    Greensburg, KY 42743
    Tel: (270) 932-4296
    Green
    City
  • Housing Authority of Henderson
    111 South Adams Street
    Henderson, KY 42420
    Tel: (270) 827-1294
    Henderson
    City
  • Housing Authority of Hickman
    1209 Holly Street, Suite 50
    Hickman, KY 42050
    Tel: (270) 236-2888
    Fulton
    City
  • Housing Authority of Hopkinsville
    400 North Elm Street
    Hopkinsville, KY 42240
    Tel: (270) 887-4275
    Christian
    City
  • Housing Authority of Lawrence County
    200 Gene Wilson Boulevard
    Louisa, KY 41230
    Tel: (606) 638-9414
    Lawrence
    County
  • Housing Authority of Mayfield
    312 Brookside Drive
    Mayfield, KY 42066
    Tel: (270) 247-6391
    Graves
    City
  • Housing Authority of Maysville
    600 Clark Street
    Maysville, KY 41056
    Tel: (606) 564-4409
    Mason
    City
  • Housing Authority of McCreary County
    488 E. Hwy 92
    Pine Knot, KY 42635
    Tel: (606) 354-2200
    McCreary
    County
  • Housing Authority of Morehead
    200 Heritage Place
    Morehead, KY 40351
    Tel: (606) 784-4314
    Rowan
    City
  • Housing Authority of Morganfield
    703 Culver Drive
    Morganfield, KY 42437
    Tel: (270) 389-3066
    Union
    City
  • Housing Authority of Owensboro
    2161 East 19th Street
    Owensboro, KY 42303
    Tel: (270) 683-5365
    Daviess
    City
  • Housing Authority of Owingsville
    180 Kendall Springs Avenue
    Owingsville, KY 40360
    Tel: (606) 674-2704
    Bath
    City
  • Housing Authority of Paducah
    2330 Ohio St.
    Paducah, KY 42003
    Tel: (270) 443-3634
    McCracken
    City
  • Housing Authority of Paintsville
    700 6th St
    Paintsville, KY 41240
    Tel: (606) 789-1792
    Johnson
    City
  • Housing Authority of Paris
    2 Horton Drive
    Paris, KY 40361
    Tel: (859) 987-2575
    Bourbon
    City
  • Housing Authority of Providence
    101 Center Ridge Drive
    Providence, KY 42450
    Tel: (270) 667-5786
    Webster
    City
  • Housing Authority of Shelbyville
    41 Cardinal Dr
    Shelbyville, KY 40065
    Tel: (502) 633-4531
    Shelby
    City
  • Housing Authority of Somerset
    400 Hail Knob Road
    P.O. Box 449
    Somerset, KY 42502
    Tel: (606) 679-1332
    Pulaski
    City
  • Housing Authority of Springfield
    1057 Melavin Circle
    Springfield, KY 40069
    Tel: (859) 336-7645
    Washington
    City
  • Housing Authority of Sturgis
    116 E Old Providence Road
    Sturgis, KY 42459
    Tel: (270) 333-4231
    Union
    City
  • Housing Authority of Vanceburg
    104 White Street
    Vanceburg, KY 41179
    Tel: (606) 796-2241
    Lewis
    City
  • Housing Oriented Ministries
    65 Bentley Ave
    Whitesburg, KY 41858
    Tel: (606) 632-1717
    Letcher
    City
  • Independence Fire District
    1980 Delaware Crossing
    Independence, KY 41051
    Tel: (859) 356-2011
    Kenton
    City
  • Irvine Municipal Utility
    238 Broadway Street
    Irvine, KY 40336
    Tel: (606) 723-2197
    Estill
    City
  • Jackson County
    P.O. Box 175
    McKee, KY 40447
    Tel: (606) 287-8562
    Jackson county; 40402; 40434; 40486; 40488; 40451Jackson
    The county was formed in 1858 from land given by Madison, Estill, Owsley, Clay, Laurel, and Rockcastle counties. It was named for Andrew Jackson, seventh President of the United States.
    County
  • Jackson County Conservation District
    3258 Highway 421 South
    McKee, KY 40447
    Tel: (606) 287-4284
    Jackson
    County
  • Jefferson County
    527 W Jefferson Street
    Louisville, KY 40202
    Tel: (502) 574-5700
    Jefferson, Louisville, 40217; 40221; 40220; 40223; 40222; 40217; 40216; 40219; 40218; 40224; 40233; 40232; 40242; 40241; 40228; 40225; 40231; 40229; 40204; 40203; 40206; 40205; 40118; 40059; 40202; 40201; 40207; 40213; 40212; 40215; 40214; 40209; 40208; 40211; 40210; 40287; 40285; 40290; 40289; 40281; 40280; 40283; 40282; 40291; 40297; 40296; 40299; 40298; 40293; 40292; 40295; 40294; 40253; 40252; 40256; 40255; 40245; 40243; 40251; 40250; 40257; 40269; 40268; 40272; 40270; 40259; 40258; 40266; 40261; 40018; 40041; 40027; 40025; 40023 JeffersonJefferson county was formed in 1780 and named for future President Thomas Jefferson, who was Governor of Virginia at the time.
    County
  • Jefferson County Clerk
    527 W. Jefferson Street
    Louisville, KY 40202
    Tel: (502) 574-5700
    JeffersonAutomobiles are licensed. People record legal documents. Businesses file property liens. Couples apply for marriage licenses. Notary publics are commissioned. Delinquent real estate taxes are collected. Citizens register to vote. These services, and many others, are offered at the Jefferson County Clerk’s Office.
    County
  • Jefferson County Medical Center Laundry
    1400 Story Ave
    Louisville, KY 40206
    Tel: (502) 584-7318
    Jefferson
    County
  • Jefferson County Medical Steam and Chill
    Service Complex Building
    University of Louisville
    Louisville, KY 40292
    Tel: (502) 584-6289
    Jefferson
    County
  • Jefferson County Metro Sewer District
    700 W Liberty St.
    Louisville, KY 40203
    Tel: (502) 540-6000
    Jefferson
    County
  • Jefferson County Soil Conservation District
    4233 Bardstown Road
    Chrysler Bldg., Suite 100-A
    Louisville, KY 40218
    Tel: (502) 499-1900
    Jefferson
    County
  • Jeffersontown Fire District
    10416 Watterson Trail
    Jeffersontown, KY 40299
    Tel: (502) 267-7300
    Jefferson
    City
  • Jessamine County
    101 North Main Street
    Nicholasville, KY 40356
    Tel: (859) 885-4500
    Jessamine county; 40390; 40339, 40356; 40340Jessamine
    Welcome to Jessamine County!
    County
  • Jessamine County Health Department
    210 East Walnut Street
    Nicholasville, KY 40356
    Tel: (859) 885-4149
    Jessamine
    County
  • Jessamine County Public Library
    600 S. Main St
    Nicholasville, KY 40356
    Tel: (859) 885-3523
    Jessamine
    County
  • John L. Street Library
    244 Main Street
    Cadiz, KY 42211
    Tel: (270) 522-6301
    Trigg
    City
  • Johnson County
    Paintsville, KY 41240
    Tel: (606) 789-2550
    Johnson county; 41204; 41226; 41234; 41222; 41219; 41216; 41263; 41260; 41274; 41271; 41268; 41265; 41257; 41254; 41240; 41238; 41255; 41256Johnson
    Pioneer legend Jenny Wiley, country music stars Loretta Lynn and Crystal Gayle and Richard Thomas, movie and TV star, are only a few of the countless thousands of residents and visitors who have been captivated by the scenic beauty of Johnson County.
    County
  • Johnson County Health Department
    630 James Trimble Blvd
    Paintsville, KY 41240
    Tel: (606) 789-2590
    Johnson
    County
  • Johnson County Public Library
    444 Main Street
    Paintsville, KY 41240
    Tel: (606) 789-4355
    Johnson
    County
  • Johnson County Sheriff's Office
    339 Main St
    Paintsville, KY 41240
    Tel: (606) 789-3411
    Johnson
    County
  • Jonathan Creek Water District
    7564 US Hwy 68 E
    P.O. Box 414
    Benton, KY 42025
    Tel: (270) 354-8474
    Marshall
    City
  • Judi's Place for Kids
    128 S. College Street
    Pikeville, KY 41501
    Tel: (606) 437-7447
    Floyd; Johnson; Pike; Magoffin; Martin
    Regional
  • Kenton County
    303 Court Street
    Covington, KY 41011
    Tel: (859) 392-1400
    Kenton county; 41025; 41019, 41051; 41063; 41053; 41018; 41014; 41015; 41011; 41012; 41017; 41016Kenton
    The County was formed on January 29, 1840 from the Western half of Campbell County (est. 1794) and is Kentucky's nineteenth county in order of formation.  Kenton County is named after the pioneer settler General Simon Kenton (1755-1836) who helped to settle the Northern Kentucky / Cincinnati area in the late 18th century.
    County
  • Kenton County Airport Board
    77 Comair Blvd
    Erlanger, KY 41018
    Tel: (859) 767-3151
    Kenton
    County
  • Kenton County Public Library
    502 Scott Blvd.
    Covington, KY 41011
    Tel: (859) 962-4000
    Kenton
    County
  • Kentuckiana Regional Planning and Development Agency
    11520 Commonwealth Drive
    Louisville, KY 40299
    Tel: (502) 266-6084
    Clark; Trimble; Floyd; Henry; Oldham; Jefferson; Shelby; Spencer; Bullitt
    Regional
  • Kentucky Association of Children's Advocacy Centers
    200 West Vine Street, Suite 605
    Lexington, KY 40507
    Tel: (859) 699-1191
    Regional
  • Kentucky Association of Counties
    400 Englewood Drive
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (800) 264-5226
    Regional
  • Kentucky Association of Regional Programming
    152 West Zandale Drive, Suite 201
    Lexington, KY 40503
    Tel: (859) 272-6700
    Regional
  • Kentucky Association of Sexual Assault Programs
    83-C Michael Davenport Boulevard
    P.O. Box 4028
    Frankfort, KY 40604
    Tel: (502) 226-2704
    Regional
  • Kentucky Communities Economic Opportunity Council Inc.
    5448 N US 25E Suite A
    Gray, KY 40734
    Tel: (606) 546-3152
    Regional
  • Kentucky Council of Area Development Districts
    501 Capital Avenue
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 875-2515
    Regional
  • Kentucky County Judge Executive Association
    115 East Second Street
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 223-2293
    Regional
  • Kentucky High School Athletic Association
    2280 Executive Drive
    Lexington, KY 40505
    Tel: (859) 299-5472
    Regional
  • Kentucky Housing Corporation
    1231 Louisville Rd.
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-7630
    Regional
  • Kentucky League of Cities
    100 E. Vine St. Ste 800
    Lexington, KY 40507
    Tel: (859) 977-3700
    Regional
  • Kentucky Legal Aid
    1700 Bowling Green
    Bowling Green, KY 42104
    Tel: (866) 452-9243
    Fulton; Graves; Hickman; McCracken; Calloway; Caldwell; Christian; Butler; Edmonson; Hart; Daviess; Hancock; Henderson; Hopkins; Ballard; Carlisle; McLean; Muhlenberg; Ohio; Union; Webster; Crittenden; Livingston; Lyon; Marshall; Todd; Trigg; Allen; Logan; Simpson; Warren; Barren; Metcalfe; Green; Taylor
    Regional
  • Kentucky Legal Service Programs
     
    Tel: (866) 452-9244
    Regional
  • Kentucky River Area Development District
    941 North Main St.
    Hazard, KY 41701
    Tel: (606) 436-3158
    Breathitt; Knott; Lee; Leslie; Letcher; Owsley; Perry; Wolfe
    Regional
  • Kentucky River Children's Advocacy Center
    465 Cedar Street
    Hazard, KY 41701
    Tel: (606) 487-9173
    Breathitt; Knott; Lee; Leslie; Letcher; Owsley; Perry; Wolfe
    Regional
  • Kentucky River District Health Department
    441 Gorman Hollow Rd.
    Hazard, KY 41701
    Tel: (606) 439-2361
    Knott; Lee; Leslie; Letcher; Owsley; Perry; Wolfe
    Regional
  • Kentucky River Foothills Development Council
    309 Spangler Drive
    Richmond, KY 40475
    Tel: (859) 624-2046
    Clark; Estill; Madison; Powell
    Regional
  • Kentucky Sheriffs' Association
     
    sheriff's association
    Regional
  • Kentucky Valley Educational Cooperative
    412 Roy Campbell Dr.
    Hazard, KY 41701
    Tel: (606) 436-3161
    Perry
    Regional
  • Knott County
    Hindman, KY 41822
    Tel: (606) 785-5592
    Knott county; 41844; 41847; 41839; 41843; 41862; 41861; 41859; 41836; 41759; 41772; 41743; 41725; 41740l 41831; 41834; 41828; 41817; 41822Knott
    The county was formed in 1884 and is named for James Proctor Knott, Governor of Kentucky (1883–1887).  Its county seat is home to the Hindman Settlement School, founded as America's first settlement school.
    County
  • Knott County Soil Conservation District
    63 Dukes Branch
    P.O. Box 296
    Hindman, KY 41822
    Tel: (606) 785-0113
    Knott
    County
  • Knott County Water and Sewer
    7777 Big Branch Road
    Vicco, KY 41773
    Tel: (606) 642-3582
    Knott
    County
  • Knox County
    Barbourville, KY 40906
    Tel: (606) 546-8915
    Knox county; 40921; 40923; 40915; 40906; 40995; 40930; 40946; 40949; 40943; 40997; 40935; 40953; 40734; 40771; 40982; 40903 Knox
    Knox County is a county located near the southeastern corner of the U.S. state of Kentucky. Its county seat is Barbourville. The county is named for General Henry Knox.
    County
  • Knox County EMS
    223 Gregory Ln
    Barbourville, KY 40906
    Tel: (606) 546-9722
    Knox
    County
  • Knox County Health Department
    261 Hospital Drive
    Barbourville, KY 40906
    Tel: (606) 546-3486
    Knox
    County
  • Knox County Soil Conservation District
    34 Spring Avenue
    Barbourville, KY 40906
    Tel: (606) 546-3393
    Knox
    County
  • Knox County Utilities Commission
    401 Court Square
    P.O. Box 173
    Barbourville, KY 40906
    Tel: (606) 546-5300
    Knox
    County
  • Kosair Charities Children’s Advocacy Center
    1000 S. 5th Street
    Louisville, KY 40203
    Tel: (502) 893-3900
    Bullitt; Henry; Jefferson; Oldham; Shelby; Spencer; Trimble
    Regional
  • LaGrange Utility Commission
    412 East Jefferson Street
    La Grange, KY 40031
    Tel: (502) 222-9325
    Oldham
    City
  • Lake Barkley Tourism Commission
    82 Days Inn Dr
    Kuttawa, KY 42055
    Tel: (270) 388-5300
    Livingston; Lyon; Trigg
    Regional
  • Lake Cumberland Area Development District
    2384 Lakeway Dr.
    P.O. Box 1570
    Russell Springs, KY 42642
    Tel: (270) 866-4200
    Adair; Casey; Clinton; Cumberland; Green; McCreary; Pulaski; Russell; Taylor; Wayne
    Regional
  • Lake Cumberland Children's Advocacy Center
    427 S. Main Street
    Jamestown, KY 42629
    Tel: (270) 343-6922
    Adair; Casey; Clinton; Cumberland; Green; McCreary; Pulaski; Russell; Taylor; Wayne
    Regional
  • Lake Cumberland Community Action Agency Inc.
    23 Industry Drive
    P.O. Box 830
    Jamestown, KY 42629
    Tel: (270) 343-4600
    Adair; Casey; Clinton; Cumberland; Green; McCreary; Pulaski; Russell; Taylor; Wayne
    Regional
  • Lake Cumberland District Health Department
    500 Bourne Avenue
    Somerset, KY 42501
    Tel: (606) 678-4761
    Adair; Casey; Clinton; Cumberland; Green; McCreary; Pulaski; Russell; Taylor; Wayne
    Regional
  • Lake Dreamland Fire District
    4603 Cane Run Road
    Louisville, KY 40216
    Tel: (502) 447-6236
    Jefferson
    City
  • LaRue County
    209 West High Street
    Hodgenville, KY 42748
    Tel: (270) 358-4400
    LaRue; Hodgenville; 42748; 42716; 42764; 42757Larue
    LaRue County is known for its warmth and hospitality and its rural setting. The citizens take pride in the county's role as the birthplace of Abraham Lincoln, 16th president of the United States.
    County
  • LaRue County Public Library
    215 Lincoln Dr.
    Hodgenville, KY 42748
    Tel: (270) 358-3851
    Larue
    County
  • LaRue County Water District #1
    6215 N. L&N Turnpike
    Buffalo, KY 42716
    Tel: (270) 325-3542
    Larue
    County
  • Laurel County
    501 South Main Street
    London, KY 40741
    Tel: (606) 864-4169
    Laurel; London; 40741; 40740; 40737; 40724; 40729; 40742; 40750; 40755; 40745; 40743; 40744Laurel
    Laurel County, the 80th county to be organized in Kentucky, was established by an act of the general assembly, December 21, 1825, from parts of Rockcastle, Clay, Knox and Whitley Counties. Laurel County was named from the Laurel River, noted for dense laurel thickets along its banks.
    County
  • Laurel County Conservation District
    100 Fortress Properties Street
    London, KY 40744
    Tel: (606) 864-2180
    Laurel
    County
  • Laurel County CSEPP
    168 Substation Street
    London, KY 40741
    Tel: (606) 862-7904
    LaurelCSEPP was developed to bring together federal, state and local government agencies to ensure public safety and that local agencies and communities are ready to handle any type of emergency. Since its inception, the primary goal of CSEPP has been to educate and enhance emergency preparedness in communities surrounding the chemical stockpile stored at the Blue Grass Army Depot. Laurel County, being a host county, has a primary function to assist citizens who may deployed to their county in the event of an accident at the Depot. Through CSEPP, Laurel County emergency responders receive critical training that enhances their skills and knowledge to better assist your community in times of disaster.
    County
  • Laurel County Health Department
    525 Whitley Street
    London, KY 40741
    Tel: (606) 878-7754
    Laurel
    County
  • Laurel County Public Library District
    120 College Park Drive
    London, KY 40741
    Tel: (606) 864-5759
    Laurel
    County
  • Laurel County Water District #2
    3910 South Laurel Road
    London, KY 40744
    Tel: (606) 878-2494
    Laurel
    County
  • Lawrence County
    122 South Main Cross Street
    Louisa, KY 41230
    Tel: (606) 638-4102
    Lawrence county; Louisa; 41124; 41264; 41180; 41201; 41159; 41232; 41230; 41160Lawrence
    Welcome to Lawrence County, Kentucky - a great place to live, work, play, and raise a family!
    County
  • Lawrence County Health Department
    1080 Meadowbrook Lane
    Louisa, KY 41230
    Tel: (606) 638-4389
    Lawrence
    County
  • Lebanon Housing Authority
    101 Hamilton Heights
    P.O. Box 633
    Lebanon, KY 40033
    Tel: (270) 692-3481
    Marion
    City
  • Lebanon Water Works
    120 S Proctor Knott Ave.
    Lebanon, KY 40033
    Tel: (270) 692-2491
    Marion
    City
  • Ledbetter Water District
    1483 US-60
    Ledbetter, KY 42058
    Tel: (270) 898-3236
    Livingston
    City
  • Lee County
    P.O. Box G
    Beattyville, KY 41311
    Tel: (606) 464-4100
    Lee county; Beattyville; 41311; 41397; 41368; 41347Lee
    Lee County was formed in 1870.  It is located in the Eastern Coal Field region of the state.
    County
  • Lee County Public Library
    255 Industrial Park Road
    Beattyville, KY 41311
    Tel: (606) 464-8014
    Lee
    County
  • Lee County Soil Conservation District
    32 Big Hill Drive
    P.O. Box 248
    Beattyville, KY 41311
    Tel: (606) 464-8480
    Lee
    County
  • Legal Aid Society Inc.
    416 W. Muhammad Ali Blvd. Suite 300
    Louisville, KY 40202
    Tel: (502) 584-1254
    Jefferson
    Regional
  • Leitchfield Utility Commission
    308 West White Oak St.
    Leitchfield, KY 42754
    Tel: (270) 259-4034
    Grayson
    City
  • Leslie County
    P.O. Box 619
    Hyden, KY 41749
    Tel: (606) 672-3200
    Leslie County; Hyden; 40858, 41766, 40868, 40827, 40840, 40844 ,41762, 41749, 41714, 40979, 40803, 41777, 40816, 41775 ,41776Leslie
    Leslie County was formed in 1878.  It is located in the Eastern Coal Field region of the state.
    County
  • Leslie County Clerk
    22010 Main St.
    P.O. Box 916
    Hyden, KY 41749
    Tel: (606) 672-2193
    LeslieYour County Clerk's Office serves your needs on recording deeds, mortgages, leases, marriage licenses, as well as all other legal recordings concerning real estate. Your County Clerk's Office also serves your needs for all vehicle registrations and titling, tax collection on motor vehicles and insurance verification; we also are your voter registrar and conduct all elections held in Leslie County.
    County
  • Leslie County Public Library
    22065 Main St
    Hyden, KY 41749
    Tel: (606) 672-2460
    Leslie
    County
  • Leslie Knott Letcher Perry Community Action Council
    398 Roy Campbell Drive
    Hazard, KY 41701
    Tel: (606) 436-8853
    Knott; Leslie
    Regional
  • Letcher County
    156 Main Street
    Suite 107
    Whitesburg, KY 41858
    Tel: (606) 633-2129
    Letcher county ;41848; 41849; 41845; 41838; 41840; 41855; 41812; 41815; 41819; 41858; 41821; 41810; 41835; 41804; 41833; 41832; 41826; 41537; 41517; 41837; 41825; 41824; 40862; 40826 Letcher
    The county, founded in 1842, is named for Robert P. Letcher, Governor of Kentucky from 1840-1844.
    County
  • Letcher County Conservation District
    125 Industrial Park Rd
    Whitesburg, KY 41858
    Tel: (606) 633-4448
    Letcher
    County
  • Lewis County
    112 Second Street. Room 201
    Vanceburg, KY 41179
    Tel: (606) 796-2722
    Lewis county; vanceburg; 41179; 41166; 41189; 41135; 41141; 41135Lewis
    Lewis County is situated in the northeast corner of the state in the Northern Kentucky River Region. It has the longest boundary with the Ohio River of all the counties bordering it.
    County
  • Lewis County Clerk
    112 Second Street
    P.O. Box 129
    Vanceburg, KY 41179
    Tel: (606) 796-3062
    LewisDuties include registering vehicles, keeping and recording various legal records, issuing game and fish licenses, registering and purging voter rolls, along with conducting election duties. There are many other tasks to assist Lewis County residents.
    County
  • Lewis County Health Department
    185 Commercial Drive
    Vanceburg, KY 41179
    Tel: (606) 796-2632
    Lewis
    County
  • Lewis County Public Library
    27 Third Street
    Vanceburg, KY 41179
    Tel: (606) 796-2532
    Lewis
    County
  • Lexington Fayette County Health Department
    650 Newtown Pike
    Lexington, KY 40508
    Tel: (859) 252-2371
    Fayette
    County
  • Lexington Fayette County Human Rights Commission
    342 Waller Ave., Suite 1A
    Lexington, KY 40504
    Tel: (859) 252-0071
    Fayette
    County
  • Lexington Housing Authority
    300 West New Circle Road
    Lexington, KY 40505
    Tel: (859) 281-5065
    Fayette
    City
  • Lexington Public Library
    140 E. Main St.
    Lexington, KY 40507
    Tel: (859) 231-5500
    Fayette
    City
  • Licking Valley Community Action Agency
    203 High Street
    Flemingsburg, KY 41041
    Tel: (606) 845-0081
    Bracken; Fleming; Lewis; Mason; Robertson
    Regional
  • Lifeskills Inc.
    380 Suwannee Trail St
    Bowling Green, KY 42103
    Tel: (270) 901-5000
    Regional
  • Lincoln Advocacy Support
    162 N Ashland Ave.
    Lexington, KY 40502
    Tel: (270) 234-0577
    Lincoln
    County
  • Lincoln County
    102 East Main Street
    Stanford, KY 40484
    Tel: (606) 365-2534
    Lincoln county; stanford; crab orchard; 40442; 40437; 40419; 40448; 40489; 40484Lincoln
    Stanford got its name after Benjamin Logan, who along with other early settlers, repeatedly and successfully fought off Indian attacks. Logan’s Fort, which was located near the existing Stanford downtown district, was the final jewel of the “triple crown” of forts in Kentucky. Cumberland Trace which goes to Nashville and turns into the Natchez Trace, began at Logan’s Fort. Court was held within the walls of the fort from 1781 to 1783, the original beginnings of many Kentucky counties south of the Kentucky River. The settlement, which evolved into the present day town of Stanford is the second oldest permanent settlement in the state. Historic downtown Stanford is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
     The Wilderness Trail, originally called the “Great Road,” passes through Lincoln County. The trail, which was the gateway to the west, runs along St. Asaph’s Creek of present-day Stanford.
    County
  • Lincoln County Health Department
    44 Health Way
    P.O. Box 165
    Stanford, KY 40484
    Tel: (606) 365-3106
    Lincoln
    County
  • Lincoln County Public Library
    201 Lancaster Street
    Stanford, KY 40484
    Tel: (606) 365-7513
    Lincoln
    County
  • Lincoln Trail Area Development District
    613 College Street Road
    P.O. Box 604
    Elizabethtown, KY 42702
    Tel: (270) 769-2393
    Breckinridge; Grayson; Hardin; Larue; Marion; Meade; Nelson; Washington
    Regional
  • Lincoln Trail District Health Department
    108 New Glendale Road
    Elizabethtown, KY 42702
    Tel: (270) 769-1601
    Hardin; Larue; Marion; Meade; Nelson; Washington
    Regional
  • Little KY River Watershed Conservancy District
    1125 Campbellsburg Road
    Campbellsburg, KY 40011
    Tel: (502) 845-2890
    Henry; Trimble
    County
  • Little Sandy District Health Department
    609 W. Main Street
    Grayson, KY 41143
    Tel: (606) 474-6685
    Grayson
    Regional
  • Livingston County
    335 Court St.
    Smithland, KY 42081
    Tel: (270) 928-2105
    Livingston county; 42058; 42081; 42078; 42047; 42045; 42028; 42083Livingston
    From the county's role in the "Trail of Tears" to the city's role as a Trading Post on the Ohio River, both the County and the City of Smithland have a rich historical heritage.
    County
  • Livingston County Conservation District
    2027 US Hwy 60 E, Suite A
    Salem, KY 42078
    Tel: (270) 988-2231
    Livingston
    County
  • Logan County
    200 West Fourth Street
    P.O. Box 365
    Russellville, KY 42276
    Tel: (270) 726-3116
    logan county; russellville; 42265; 42276; 42202; 42256; 42206Logan
    The county is named for Benjamin Logan, who had been second in command of the Kentucky militia during the Revolutionary War and was a leader in the efforts to make Kentucky a state.[
    County
  • Logan County Clerk
    P.O. Box 358
    Russellville, KY 42276
    Tel: (270) 726-6061
    LoganThis office is responsible for many task that are necessary and required by Kentucky Statutes, and it is my duty to provide the information and assistance to meet your requirements. My wonderful staff is always ready and willing to assist you. This website will assist you with proper forms and answers to complete many of the common transactions.
    County
  • Logan County Conservation District
    253 C Hopkinsville Road
    Russellville, KY 42276
    Tel: (270) 726-1371
    Logan
    County
  • Logan County Public Library
    225 Armory Drive
    P.O. Box 357
    Russellville, KY 42276
    Tel: (270) 726-6129
    Logan
    County
  • Logan/Todd Regional Water Commission
    248 Tower St
    Guthrie, KY 42234
    Tel: (270) 483-6990
    Logan; Todd
    Regional
  • London Laurel County Communications Center
    503 South Main Street
    London, KY 40741
    Tel: (606) 878-7000
    Laurel
    County
  • London Laurel County Industrial Development Authority
    4598 Old Whitley Road
    London, KY 40744
    Tel: (606) 864-8115
    Laurel
    County
  • London Laurel Tourist Commission
    140 Faith Assembly Church Road
    London, KY 40741
    Tel: (800) 348-0095
    Laurel
    County
  • London Utility Commission
    801 North Main Street
    P.O. Box 918
    London, KY 40743
    Tel: (606) 864-2103
    Laurel
    City
  • Lotus Children's Advocacy Center
    1605 N. Friendship Road
    Paducah, KY 42001
    Tel: (270) 534-4422
    Ballard; Calloway; Carlisle; Fulton; Graves; Hickman; Marshall; McCracken
    Regional
  • Louisa Water and Sewer Commission
    213 N Main Cross St
    Louisa, KY 41230
    Tel: (606) 638-9222
    Lawrence
    City
  • Louisville Airport Authority
    700 Administration Drive
    P.O. Box 9129
    Louisville, KY 40209
    Tel: (502) 368-6524
    Jefferson
    City
  • Louisville and Jefferson County Riverport Authority
    6900 Riverport Drive Suite A
    Louisville, KY 40258
    Tel: (502) 935-6024
    Jefferson
    County
  • Louisville Labor Manager Committee
    970 S. 4th St
    Louisville, KY 40203
    Tel: (502) 584-5183
    Jefferson
    City
  • Louisville Memorial Commission
    970 South Fourth Street
    Louisville, KY 40203
    Tel: (502) 584-4911
    Jefferson
    City
  • Louisville Water Company
    550 South Third Street
    Louisville, KY 40202
    Tel: (502) 583-6610
    Jefferson
    City
  • Lousiville Convention and Visitors Bureau
    401 West Main Street, Suite 2300
    Louisville, KY 40202
    Tel: (502) 584-2121
    Jefferson
    City
  • Lyndon Fire Protection District
    8126 New La Grange Rd
    Lyndon, KY 40222
    Tel: (502) 425-1566
    Jefferson
    City
  • Lyon County
    500 West Dale Avenue
    P.O. Box 598
    Eddyville, KY 42038
    Tel: (270) 388-7311
    Lyon county; eddyville; 42055; 42038Lyon
    Welcome to Lyon County, located in Western Kentucky on the shores of Kentucky and Barkley Lakes.  We still retain the old charm of a small rural farming community but with the impoundment of 2 lakes and the establishment of The Land Between The Lakes Recreational Area we have become a tourism, vacation and retirement community.
    County
  • Lyon County Ambulance Service
    P.O. Box 930
    Eddyville, KY 42038
    Tel: (606) 388-7167
    Lyon
    County
  • Lyon County Housing Authority
    425 Linden Avenue
    Eddyville, KY 42038
    Tel: (270) 388-2049
    Lyon
    County
  • Lyon County Public Library District
    261 Commerce Street
    P.O. Box 546
    Eddyville, KY 42038
    Tel: (270) 388-7720
    Lyon
    County
  • Lyon County Water District
    5464 US 62 West
    P.O. Box 489
    Kuttawa, KY 42055
    Tel: (270) 388-0271
    Lyon
    County
  • Madison County
    135 W Irvine Street, 3rd Floor
    Richmond, KY 40475
    Tel: (859) 624-4700
    Madison county; 40403; 40404; 40476; 40475; 40405; 40385Madison
    Madison County is one of the fastest growing areas in Kentucky. It is rich in heritage and history. The County is unique in that it has two incorporated cities, Richmond and Berea. The County sits below Fayette County with the Kentucky River as its border. Madison County is a blend of urban, suburban and rural environments. It is a rapidly growing county enjoying both residential and industrial growth. As a tourist site, the County offers many attractions.
    County
  • Madison County Conservation District
    1024 Ival James Blvd.
    Richmond, KY 40475
    Tel: (859) 624-1981
    Madison
    County
  • Madison County EMS
    556 S Keeneland Dr
    Richmond, KY 40475
    Tel: (859) 623-5121
    Madison
    County
  • Madison County Health Department
    214-216 Boggs Lane
    P.O. Box 1208
    Richmond, KY 40476
    Tel: (859) 623-7312
    Madison
    County
  • Madison County Public Library
    319 Chestnut Street
    Berea, KY 40403
    Tel: (859) 623-6704
    Madison
    County
  • Madison County Utilities District
    297 Michelle Drive
    P.O. BOX 670
    Richmond, KY 40475
    Tel: (859) 624-1735
    Madison
    County
  • Magoffin County
    201 East Maple Street
    P.O. Box 430
    Salyersville, KY 41465
    Tel: (606) 349-2313
    Magoffin countyMagoffin
    Named after Governor Beriah Magoffin, Magoffin County is an area very in touch with its heritage.  Through community organizations and activities, this small town on the banks of the Licking River has done an excellent job of preserving its history for future generations.
    County
  • Magoffin County Clerk
    P.O. Box 1535
    Salyersville, KY 41465
    Tel: (606) 349-2216
    Magoffin county clerk; 41465; 41632; 41465; 41464; 41426Magoffin
    County
  • Magoffin County Health Department
    119 East Mountain Pkwy
    Salyersville, KY 41465
    Tel: (606) 349-6212
    Magoffin
    County
  • Magoffin County Library
    141 Church Street
    P.O. Box 435
    Salyersville, KY 41465
    Tel: (606) 349-2411
    Magoffin
    County
  • Magoffin County Water District
    749 Parkway Dr
    Salyersville, KY 41465
    Tel: (606) 349-6812
    Magoffin
    County
  • Marion County
    223 North Spalding Avenue, Suite 201
    Lebanon, KY 40033
    Tel: (270) 692-3451
    Marion county; 40037; 40033; 40049; 40062; 40063; 40328; 40060; 40009Marion
    Located in Kentucky's Bluegrass Region, Marion County is equidistant from Louisville, Lexington, and Frankfort.  Lebanon, Marion County's county seat, is within one day's traveling distance of two-thirds of the nation's population.  In recent years, Lebanon has established itself as a center of trade, commerce, and industry in Central Kentucky.
    County
  • Marion County Conservation District
    682 Metts Drive
    Lebanon, KY 40033
    Tel: (270) 692-3341
    Marion
    County
  • Marion County Water District
    1835 Campbellsville Road
    P.O. Box 528
    Lebanon, KY 40033
    Tel: (270) 692-2004
    Marion
    County
  • Marion Free Public Library
    201 East Main Street
    Lebanon, KY 40033
    Tel: (270) 692-4698
    Marion
    County
  • Marshall County
    1101 Main Street
    Benton, KY 42025
    Tel: (270) 527-4750
    Marshall county; 42048; 42044; 42025; 42029Marshall
    On June 1, 1842 a new county was legally formed from part of Calloway County.  This new county was named Marshall, in honor of Chief Justice John Marshall who had recently died.  The 6th day of June the commissioners met at the home of Mayor James Clark, near Spout Spring.  James Brien, a sworn Justice of the Peace of Calloway County, administered the oath of Justice for the new county to John P. McElrath, Joseph Station, William Rice, Enos Faughn, Joel Gilbert, James Stice, Absolome Smith and Robert Elliott, thereby ending a five year struggle for the division of Calloway County.  The residents of Marshall County then began to get on with the business of the county, choosing a site for the County Seat.  After all the discussion, dissention, and dissatisfaction on the part of many, the site of the new county seat was chosen.  Land was donated by John Bearden and Francis Clayton and the town was platted by Marcus Barnett.  It was named Benton in honor of Senator Thomas H. Benton of Missouri.
    County
  • Marshall County Health Department
    267 Slickback Road
    Benton, KY 42025
    Tel: (270) 527-1496
    Marshall
    County
  • Marshall County Public Library
    1003 Poplar St
    Benton, KY 42025
    Tel: (270) 527-9969
    Marshall
    County
  • Marshall County Refuse Disposal District
    837 Benton-Briensburg Rd
    Benton, KY 42025
    Tel: (270) 527-8437
    Marshall
    County
  • Marshall County Senior Citizens
    1713 Golf Course Road
    Benton, KY 42025
    Tel: (270) 527-9860
    Marshall
    County
  • Marshall County Soil and Water Conservation District
    107 West 5th Street, Suite B
    Benton, KY 42025
    Tel: (270) 527-2602
    Marshall
    County
  • Marshall County Tourist and Convention Commission
    93 Carroll Rd.
    Benton, KY 42025
    Tel: (800) 467-7145
    Marshall
    County
  • Martin County
    P.O. Box 309
    Inez, KY 41224
    Tel: (606) 298-2800
    Martin county; 41250; 41231; 41224; 41203; 41267; 41214; 41262Martin
    Welcome to the Martin County Fiscal Court web site.  With this site, we hope to provide information and services online to the citizens of Martin County.
    County
  • Martin County Conservation District
    P.O. Box 392
    Inez, KY 41224
    Tel: (606) 298-3595
    Martin
    County
  • Martin County Health Department
    136 Rockcastle Road
    P.O. Box 346
    Inez, KY 41224
    Tel: (606) 298-7752
    Martin
    County
  • Martin County Housing Authority
    2600 Hode Road
    Warfield, KY 41267
    Tel: (606) 395-5575
    Martin
    County
  • Martin County Library
    180 East Main Street
    P.O. Box 1318
    Inez, KY 41224
    Tel: (606) 298-7766
    Martin
    County
  • Martin County Water System
    387 Main Street, Suite 140
    Inez, KY 41224
    Tel: (606) 298-3885
    Martin
    County
  • Mary W Weldon Memorial Public Library
    1530 South Green St
    Glasgow, KY 42141
    Tel: (270) 651-2824
    Barren
    City
  • Mason County
    221 Stanley Reed Court Street
    Maysville, KY 41056
    Tel: (606) 564-6706
    Mason county; 41055; 41096; 41062; 41034; 41056Mason
    Mason County was formed by an Act of the Kentucky Legislature from Bourbon County in May, 1788. Named for George Mason, the Virginian who wrote the constitution for his state of which we were once a part, and who authored the Bill of Rights for the Nation, we have a proud heritage and prospectful future to anticipate.
    County
  • Mason County Library
    218 E. Third Street
    Maysville, KY 41056
    Tel: (606) 564-3286
    Mason
    County
  • Mayfield Electric and Water System
    301 East Broadway
    P.O. Box 347
    Mayfield, KY 42066
    Tel: (270) 247-4661
    Graves
    City
  • McCracken County
    300 S. 7th Street
    Paducah, KY 42003
    Tel: (270) 444-4769
    McCracken county; 42086; 42053; 42001; 42002; 42003McCracken
    McCracken County was founded in 1825, from Hickman County and was named for Captain Virgil McCracken of Woodford County, Kentucky, who was killed in the Battle of Frenchtown in southeastern Michigan during the War of 1812.
    County
  • McCracken County Commonwealth Attorney
    301 South 6th St
    Paducah, KY 42003
    Tel: (270) 575-7402
    Paducah, McCracken, 42003McCracken
    Commonwealth’s Attorney is the title given to the elected prosecutor of felony crimes in Kentucky.  It is synonymous with the better known terms of District Attorney and State’s Attorney. 
    It is the responsibility of this office to seek justice on behalf of the people of the Commonwealth in an efficient and professional manner.  Our main priority is the safety and security of the citizens of McCracken County and to seek justice for all.
    The Office of the Commonwealth's Attorney is staffed with attorneys and support personnel who work diligently to serve the residents of this community and the Commonwealth as a whole.
    County
  • McCracken County Public Library
    555 Washington St.
    Paducah, KY 42003
    Tel: (270) 442-2510
    McCracken
    County
  • McCreary County
    1 North Main Street
    P.O. Box 579
    Whitley City, KY 42653
    Tel: (606) 376-2413
    McCreary county; 42649; 42647; 42638; 42653; 42631; 42634; 42635McCreary
    McCreary County is located in southeastern Kentucky at the south end of the Daniel Boone National Forest and the north end of the Big South Fork National River and Recreation Area. We also share Cumberland Falls with neighboring Whitley County and have a northeast access to Lake Cumberland.
    County
  • McCreary County Water District
    456 N US-27
    Whitley City, KY 42653
    Tel: (606) 376-2540
    McCreary
    County
  • McLean County
    210 Main Street
    P.O. Box 127
    Calhoun, KY 42327
    Tel: (270) 273-3213
    McLean county; 42350; 42327; 42371; 42352; 42372; 42322McLean
    McLean County was formed by act of the Kentucky legislature on February 6, 1854 from portions of surrounding Daviess, Ohio, and Muhlenberg Counties. The county was named for Judge Alney McLean, founder of Greenville, the county seat of Muhlenberg County.
    County
  • McLean County Regional Water Commission
    P.O. Box 68
    Livermore, KY 42352
    Tel: (270) 278-2800
    McLean
    County
  • McMahan Fire Protection District 14
    4318 Taylorsville Road
    Louisville, KY 40220
    Tel: (502) 491-4745
    Jefferson
    City
  • Meade County
    516 Hillcrest Drive
    Brandenburg, KY 40108
    Tel: (270) 422-3967
    Meade county; 40142; 40155; 40108; 40161; 40104; 40157; 40117Meade
    Meade County highlights everything that's great about rural living, but with all the benefits and amenities offered by larger urban settings.
    County
  • Meade County Public Library
    996 Old Ekron Rd.
    Brandenburg, KY 40108
    Tel: (270) 422-2094
    Meade
    County
  • Meade County Water District
    1003 Armory Place
    Brandenburg, KY 40108
    Tel: (270) 422-5006
    Meade
    County
  • Menifee County
    12 Main Street
    P.O. Box 105
    Frenchburg, KY 40322
    Tel: (606) 768-3482
    Menifee county; 40316; 40322; 40387; 40346Menifee
    Beauty is everywhere you turn -- in the people, the farms, hills, cliffs, lake, and trails.  You can see how sightseeing is a must!  Menifee County has much to offer in outdoor recreation and businesses.  Menifee County is located in the midst of Daniel Boone National Forest between the 8,270 acre Cave Run Lake and the Red River Gorge.
    County
  • Mercer County
    207 W. Lexington St.
    P.O. Box 426
    Harrodsburg, KY 40330
    Tel: (859) 734-6300
    Mercer county; 40372; 40330; 40310Mercer
    Mercer County is ideally located in the Bluegrass Region of Kentucky near the center of the state, 32 miles from Lexington and, I-75 via Bluegrass Parkway, 75 miles from Louisville via US 127 and I-64 and 110 miles from Cincinnati via I-75 North. We are within a two hour drive of 2.5 million people.
    County
  • Mercer County Health Department
    900 N. College Street
    Harrodsburg, KY 40330
    Tel: (859) 734-2229
    MercerOut missions is to ensure the provision of preventative health services, health education and environmental health services to the people of Mercer County at the lowest possible cost either by the provision of these services ourselves or working in collaboration with other providers.
    County
  • Mercer County Public Library
    109 W Lexington St
    Harrodsburg, KY 40330
    Tel: (859) 734-3680
    Mercer
    County
  • Merryman House Domestic Crisis Center
    P.O. Box 98
    Paducah, KY 42002
    Tel: (270) 443-6001
    Ballard; Calloway; Carlisle; Fulton; Graves; Hickman; Marshall; McCracken
    Regional
  • Metcalfe County
    P.O. Box 149
    Edmonton, KY 42129
    Tel: (270) 432-3181
    Metcalfe county; 42154; 42214; 42166; 42129; 42124Metcalfe
    Thank you for visiting the Metcalfe County website. Come visit us and get to know how wonderful it is to live in a community where you know your neighbor. Metcalfe County has small town charm and is within a short drive to several larger cities. If you’re tired of the fast lane make our hometown yours.
    County
  • Metcalfe County Conservation District
    P.O. Box 970
    Edmonton, KY 42129
    Tel: (270) 432-3191
    Metcalfe
    County
  • Metcalfe County Public Library
    200 South Main Street
    ​P.O. Box 626
    Edmonton, KY 42129
    Tel: (270) 432-4981
    Metcalfe
    County
  • Metcalfe Health Care Center
    701 Skyline Drive
    Edmonton, KY 42129
    Tel: (270) 432-2921
    Metcalfe
    County
  • Middle Kentucky Community Action Partnership Inc.
    171 Howell Heights
    Jackson, KY 41339
    Tel: (606) 666-4236
    Owsley; Wolfe; Breathitt; Lee
    Regional
  • Middletown Fire Protection District
    10217 Shelbyville Rd
    Louisville, KY 40223
    Tel: (502) 245-7555
    Jefferson
    City
  • Monroe County
    200 North Main Street
    Suite C
    Tompkinsville, KY 42167
    Tel: (270) 487-5505
    Monroe; 42167; 42157; 42133; 42140; 42151Monroe
    Located in the beautiful Pennyrile Region of Kentucky, we invite you to explore our natural beauty of the Upper Cumberland hills, the Cumberland River, the headwaters of the Barren River, great recreational opportunities, as well as the hospitality of a slower paced lifestyle of rural Kentucky.
    County
  • Monroe County Conservation District
    201 W. Paige Street
    P.O. Box 700
    Tompkinsville, KY 42167
    Tel: (270) 487-6589
    Monroe
    County
  • Monroe County Health Department
    452 E 4th St
    Tompkinsville, KY 42167
    Tel: (270) 487-6782
    Monroe
    County
  • Montgomery County
    44 West Main Street
    P.O. Box 690
    Mount Sterling, KY 40353
    Tel: (859) 498-8707
    Montgomery county; 40337; 40353Montgomery
    In 1796, Montgomery became the 22nd county created by the Kentucky Legislature. It was named for General Richard Montgomery, an Irishman who was killed in the first volley of the attack on Quebec in 1775. In the beginning, Montgomery County stretched over unpopulated land all the way to the Virginia border. Within a few years, however, other counties had been formed from parts of Montgomery, and it is now one of the smallest of Kentucky's 120 counties.
    County
  • Montgomery County Fire Protection District #1
    805 Indian Mound Drive
    Mount Sterling, KY 40353
    Tel: (859) 498-6661
    Montgomery
    County
  • Montgomery County Health Department
    117 Civic Center
    Mount Sterling, KY 40353
    Tel: (859) 498-3808
    Montgomery
    County
  • Montgomery County Sanitation District # 2
    3559 Ficklin Rd
    Mount Sterling, KY 40353
    Tel: (859) 498-4954
    Montgomery
    County
  • Montgomery County Water District #1
    4412 Camargo Rd
    Camargo, KY 40353
    Tel: (859) 498-0521
    Montgomery
    County
  • Monticello Utility Commission
    1040 N Main Street
    Monticello, KY 42633
    Tel: (606) 348-8473
    Wayne
    City
  • Monticello-Wayne County Telecommunications Board
    111 Jim Hill Service Road
    Monticello, KY 42633
    Tel: (606) 348-3302
    Wayne
    City
  • Morehead Tourism Convention
    111 East First Street
    Morehead, KY 40351
    Tel: (606) 780-4342
    Rowan
    City
  • Morehead Utility Plant Board
    135 S. Wilson Avenue
    Morehead, KY 40351
    Tel: (606) 784-5538
    Rowan
    City
  • Morgan County
    450 Prestonsburg Street
    West Liberty, KY 41472
    Tel: (606) 743-3898
    Morgan county; 41413; 41408;41352; 41421; 41472; 41477; 41425; 41451Morgan
    Morgan County, Kentucky, was established in 1822 from Floyd and Bath Counties. Prior to and after the Civil War, four counties were created from it. It was named for General Daniel Morgan, a hero in the Revolutionary War. Wells Mill was the first settlement in the county and was named for Edmund Wells who began operating a water mill on the Licking River in 1816. In 1823, the county seat of West Liberty was established.
    County
  • Morgan County Ambulance Service
     
    Tel: 606-743-4700
  • Morgan County Conservation District
     
    Tel: 606-743-3194
  • Morgan County Library
     
    Tel: 606-743-4151
  • Morgan County Water District
     
    Tel: 606-743-1204
  • Mount Sterling Water and Sewage System
     
    Tel: 859-498-0166
  • Mount Sterling-Montgomery County Library
     
    Tel: 859-498-2404
  • Mount Washington Fire Protection District
     
    Tel: 502-538-4222
  • Mountain Arts Center
     
    Tel: 606-889-9125
  • Mountain Comprehensive Care Center
     
    Tel: 606-886-8572
  • Mountain Water District
     
    Tel: 606-631-9162
  • Muhlenberg County
    P.O. Box 137
    Greenville, KY 42345
    Tel: (270) 338-2520
    Muhlenberg
    Nestled among the hills and valleys of western Kentucky’s coal field region lies Muhlenberg County.  Formed in 1798 from the neighboring counties of Logan and Christian, Muhlenberg County was named after General John Peter Gabriel Muhlenberg, a clergyman, a soldier, and a politician of the Colonial, Revolutionary, and Post-Revolutionary eras.
    County
  • Muhlenberg County Health Department
     
    Tel: 270-754-3200
  • Muhlenberg County Public Library
     
    Tel: 270-338-4760
  • Muhlenberg County Water District #3
     
    Tel: 270-525-6333
  • Muhlenburg County Water District
     
    Tel: 270-338-1300
  • Multi-Purpose Community Action Agency Inc.
     
    Tel: 502-633-7162
  • Murray Calloway County Transit Authority
     
    Tel: 270-753-9725
  • Murray Electric System
     
    Tel: 270-753-5312
  • Murray Tourism Commission
     
    Tel: 270-759-2199
  • Murray/Calloway County Airport Board
     
    Tel: 270-489-2414
  • Native-American Heritage Commission
     
    Tel: 502-564-7005
  • Nelson County
    1 Court Square
    P.O. Box 578
    Bardstown, KY 40004
    Tel: (502) 348-1800
    Nelson county; 40020; 40048; 40008; 40107; 40051; 40012; 40004; 40013; 40052Nelson
    Nelson County has been home to many historic figures and buildings with Federal Hill being the most noticable of the structures in the County and is featured on the 2002 Kentucky State Quarter. Tradition holds that Federal Hill, owned by Senator John Rowan, inspired songwriter Stephen Foster, who was a cousin of Senator Rowan, to write My Old Kentucky Home  after a visit to the plantation in 1852.
    County
  • Nelson County Public Library
     
    Tel: 502-348-3714
  • Nicholas County
    125 E. Main Street
    Carlisle, KY 40311
    Tel: (859) 289-3725
    Nicholas; 406350; 40311Nicholas
    Nicholas County is located on the northeastern edge of the Inner Bluegrass region of Kentucky and is an easy two-hour drive from Louisville or Cincinnati.
    It was formed in 1799 and named for Colonel George Nicholas, a Revolutionary War veteran from Fayette County.
    County
  • Nicholas County Library
     
    Tel: 859-289-5595
  • Nicholas County Water District
     
    Tel: 859-289-3157
  • Nicholasville Housing Authority
     
    Tel: 859-885-4324
  • North Central District Health Department
     
    Tel: 502-633-1243
  • North Marshall Water District
     
    Tel: 270-527-3208
  • North Mercer Water District
     
    Tel: 859-865-2292
  • North Nelson Water District
     
    Tel: 502-348-8352
  • North Shelby Water Company
     
    Tel: 502-747-8942
  • Northeast Kentucky Community Action Agency
     
    Tel: 606-286-4443
  • Northern Kentucky Area Development District
     
    Tel: 859-283-1885
  • Northern Kentucky Children’s Advocacy Center
    4890 Houston Road
    Florence, KY 41024
    Tel: (859) 442-3200
    Boone; Campbell; Carroll; Gallatin; Grant; Kenton; Owen; Pendleton
    Regional
  • Northern Kentucky Community Action Agency
     
    Tel: 859-581-6607
  • Northern Kentucky Convention and Visitors' Bureau
     
    Tel: 877-659-8474
  • Northern Kentucky Convention Center Corporation
     
    Tel: 859-261-1500
  • Northern Kentucky Cooperative for Educational Services
     
    Tel: 859-442-8600
  • Northern Kentucky District Health Department
     
    Tel: 859-341-4264
  • Northern Kentucky Legal Aid Society
     
    Tel: 859-431-8200
  • Northern Kentucky Regional Mental Health Mental Retardation Board
     
    Tel: 859-331-3392
  • Northern Kentucky Water Service District
     
    Tel: 859-578-9898
  • Nursing Home Ombudsman
     
    Tel: 859-277-9215
  • Oasis
     
    Tel: 270-685-0261
  • Occupational Safety and Health Standards Board
     
    Tel: 502-564-3070
  • Ohio County
    130 E. Washington Street,
    Suite 209
    Hartford, KY 42347
    Tel: (270) 298-4400
    Ohio county; 42370; 42369; 42333; 42349; 42347; 42343Ohio
    Ohio County is located in the central portion of western Kentucky.  It is traversed east to west by the Wendell Ford Parkway and north to south by the William Natcher Parkway.  The Green River comprises most of the southern and western borders.
    County
  • Ohio County Clerk
    301 South Main St.
    Suite 201
    Hartford, KY 42347
    Tel: (270) 298-4422
    OhioThe Clerk's Office provides a number of services to the citizens of Ohio County--our well-trained deputies are here to provide friendly, courteous and efficient service, and to make your visit to the clerk's office a very pleasant one.
    County
  • Ohio County Library
     
    Tel: 270-298-3790
  • Ohio County Regional Wastewater
     
    Tel: 270-298-4292
  • Ohio County Water District
     
    Tel: 270-298-7704
  • Ohio Valley Educational Cooperative
     
    Tel: 502-647-3533
  • Okolona Fire District
     
    Tel: 502-964-5111
  • Oldham County
    100 West Jefferson St.
    Suite 4
    La Grange, KY 40031
    Tel: (502) 222-9357
    Oldham county; 40032; 40014; 40056; 40031; 40026; 40077OldhamOldham County is a friendly, welcoming community 20 miles northeast of Metropolitan Louisville, Kentucky, distinguished by a peaceful lifestyle and beautiful horse farms, as well as new and established neighborhoods. Our county school system is one of the best in Kentucky. Restaurants are unique, shopping plentiful and family life abundant.
    County
  • Oldham County Health Department
     
    Tel: 502-222-3516
  • Oldham County Library Board
     
    Tel: 502-222-9713
  • Oldham County Water District
     
    Tel: 502-222-1690
  • Owen County
    100 North Thomas St
    Owenton, KY 40359
    Tel: (502) 484-3405
    Owen county; 40355; 40359; 40363OwenWelcome to Owen County "where community matters." Owen County, consisting of 351 square miles, is located entirely within the boundaries of I-75, I-71 and I-64. We are less than a one hour drive from Lexington, Louisville and Cincinnati, Ohio. If you love the outdoors, Owen County is for you! We offer a wealth of natural beauty with numerous lakes, streams and rolling ridges providing some of the highest quality fishing and hunting opportunities in the Commonwealth.
    County
  • Owen County Public Library
     
    Tel: 502-484-3450
  • Owensboro Daviess County Economic Development Authority
     
    Tel: 270-926-4339
  • Owensboro Daviess County Tourist Commission
     
    Tel: 270-926-1100
  • Owensboro Municipal Utilities
     
    Tel: 270-926-3200
  • Owensboro Riverport Authority
     
    Tel: 270-926-4238
  • Owsley County
    P.O. Box 749
    Booneville, KY 41314
    Tel: (606) 593-6202
    Owsley county; 41314; 41351; 41364; 41386Owsley
    Like our first settlers, we still have that pioneer spirit. And today, we are using those same qualities to make strides in progress from agriculture to technology and beyond.
    Together we can pioneer the 21st Century!
    County
  • Owsley County Public Library
     
    Tel: 606-593-5700
  • Paducah McCracken County Riverport Authority
     
    Tel: 270-442-9236
  • Paducah McCracken County Tourist Commission
     
    Tel: 270-443-8783
  • Paducah Power System
     
    Tel: 270-575-4000
  • Paducah Water Works
     
    Tel: 270-442-2746
  • Paducah-McCracken County Joint Sewer Agency
     
    Tel: 270-575-0056
  • Paintsville Gas and Water System
     
    Tel: 606-789-2630
  • Paris Bourbon County Library
     
    Tel: 859-987-4419
  • Paul Sawyier Library
     
    Tel: 502-352-2665
  • Pendleton County
    233 Main St
    Falmouth, KY 41040
    Tel: (859) 654-4321
    Pendelton county; 41006; 41033; 41040Pendleton
    Pendleton County is located in the beautiful rolling hills of Northern Kentucky about half way between Cincinnati, Ohio to the north and Lexington, Kentucky to the south. It is spread over 280 square miles and has an abundance of hunting, fishing and boating opportunities. The county is bounded by the Ohio River to the northeast and the Licking River flows northward through its entire length forming spectacularly scenic views of the Licking River Valley.
    County
  • Pendleton County Library
     
    Tel: 859-654-8535
  • Pendleton County Sheriff's Office
    202 Chapel Street
    Falmouth, KY 41040
    Tel: (859) 654-4511
    Pendelton sheriffPendletonSheriff Peoples term of service will begin in January and will preside over association meetings, chair committees, meet and work with legislators over issues that affect law enforcement across the Commonwealth and issues specific to the Office of Sheriff.
    County
  • Pendleton County Water District
     
    Tel: 859-654-6964
  • Pennyrile Allied Community Services
     
    Tel: 270-886-6341
  • Pennyrile Area Development District
     
    Tel: 270-886-9484
  • Pennyrile Children's Advocacy Center
    1102 E. 21st Street
    Hopkinsville, KY 42240
    Tel: (270) 881-1111
    Caldwell; Christian; Crittenden; Hopkins; Livingston; Lyon; Muhlenberg; Todd; Trigg
    Regional
  • Pennyrile District Health Department
     
    Tel: 270-388-9747
  • Pennyrile Emergency Assistance Center
     
    Tel: 270-365-4653
  • Pennyrile Narcotics Task Force
     
    Tel: 270-754-2323
  • Pennyroyal Area Museum
     
    Tel: 270-887-4270
  • Pennyroyal Regional Mental Health Mental Retardation Board
     
    Tel: 270-881-9551
  • Perry County
    481 Main Street, 1st Floor
    P.O. Box 210
    Hazard, KY 41701
    Tel: (606) 439-1816
    Perry county; 41727; 41723; 41729; 41735; 41731; 41713; 41712; 41719; 41722; 41721; 41736; 41763; 41760; 41773; 41778; 41774; 41745; 41739; 41746; 41754; 41751; 41702; 41367; 40981; 41701 Perry
    Come visit us and get to know how wonderful it is to live in a community where you know your neighbor.
    Perry County was formed in 1821.  It is located in the Eastern Coal Field region of the state.
    County
  • Perry County Public Library
     
    Tel: 606-436-2475
  • Pike County
    146 Main Street
    Pikeville, KY 41501
    Tel: (606) 432-6247
    Pike county; 41535; 41501; 41502; 41503; 41512; 41513; 41522; 41524; 41520; 41514; 41519; 41531; 41534; 41528; 41526; 41527; 41561; 41562; 41563; 41558; 41559; 41560; 41568; 41571; 41572; 41564; 41566; 41567; 41557; 41542; 41543; 41544; 41538; 41539; 41540; 41553; 41554; 41555; 41547; 41548; 41549 Pike
    Nested in the Eastern coal fields of the Commonwealth of Kentucky, Pike County was established in the year 1821; it was created out of a portion of Floyd County as the 70th county formed in the Commonwealth of Kentucky. Pike County was named in honor of General Zebulon M. Pike and is home to former Governor Paul Patton. A small portion of Pike County was used in 1870, towards forming Martin County to the north. Pike County is the easternmost county in Kentucky and is bounded by Martin County to the North, West Virginia to the Northeast and East, Virginia to the Southeast and South, by Letcher County to the Southwest and by Floyd County to the West. Pike County is drained exclusively by the two forks of the Big Sandy River the Levisa River and the Tug Fork River.
    County
  • Pike County Health Department
     
    Tel: 606-437-5500
  • Pike County Housing Authority
     
    Tel: 606-432-6235
  • Pike County Library District
     
    Tel: 606-432-1285
  • Pike County Senior Citizens Program Inc.
     
    Tel: 606-432-6246
  • Pineville Utility Commission
     
    Tel: 606-337-6611
  • Pleasure Ridge Park Fire
     
    Tel: 502-935-3838
  • Point Pleasant Fire District
     
    Tel: 859-238-2798
  • Powell County
    P.O. Box 506
    Stanton, KY 40380
    Tel: (606) 663-2834
    Powell county; 40312; 40376; 40380Powell
    Located at the foothills of the Eastern Appalachian Mountains, Powell County Kentucky is home to such scenic natural wonders as Red River Gorge, Natural Bridge and a host of other great outdoor adventures.  Seventy million years of wind and water sculpting have created natural wonders and a vacationer’s paradise in the quaint Kentucky community of Powell County and its two towns of Clay City and Stanton.
    County
  • Powell County Health Department
     
    Tel: 606-663-4360
  • Powell's Valley Water District
     
    Tel: 606-663-5870
  • Prestonsburg City Utilities
     
    Tel: 606-886-6871
  • Princeton Electric Plant Board
     
    Tel: 270-365-2031
  • Princeton Water and Wastewater Commission
     
    Tel: 270-365-5276
  • Public Employees Deferred Compensation Authority
     
    Tel: 502-573-7925
  • Pulaski County
    100 N. Main Street, Suite 202
    Somerset, KY 42501
    Tel: (606) 678-4853
    Pulaski county; 42553; 42519; 42533; 42567; 42503; 42564; 42558; 42518; 42502; 42501; 42544Pulaski
    Welcome to Pulaski County, Kentucky’s third largest geographical county with an estimated population of 63, 000 and home to 3 marinas located on beautiful Lake Cumberland. Lake Cumberland is a point of destination for everyone to enjoy whether you enjoy water sports, fishing or simply relaxing in a secluded cove enjoying the scenery from your houseboat.
    County
  • Pulaski County Public Library
     
    Tel: 606-679-8401
  • Pulaski County Soil Conservation District
     
    Tel: 606-678-5416
  • Purchase Area Development District
     
    Tel: 270-247-7171
  • Purchase District Health Department
     
    Tel: 270-444-9631
  • Radcliff Veterans Center
     
    Tel: 270-352-6700
  • Rattlesnake Ridge Water District
     
    Tel: 606-474-7570
  • Regional Public Safety
     
    Tel: 606-329-2191
  • Regional Water Resource Agency
     
    Tel: 270-687-2450
  • Richmond Utilities
     
    Tel: 859-623-2323
  • Riverpark Center of Owensboro
     
    Tel: 270-687-2787
  • Robertson County
    26 Court Street
    P.O. Box 76
    Mount Olivet, KY 41064
    Tel: (606) 724-5615
    Robertson county; 41064Robertson
    Robertson County is located in north eastern Kentucky in the middle of the Licking River and Bluegrass regions of the state.  It is the smallest county in population, and the second smallest in area with one hundred square miles of land.   The county was formed from parts of Bracken, Harrison, Mason and Nicholas counties and officially began on August 1, 1867.  Robertson County was officially established as the 111th county in Kentucky.  The county was named in honor of Court of Appeals Chief Justice George Robertson. The county seat is Mount Olivet, a fifth class city which received its charter from the state on March 18, 1871.  It is a beautiful countryside of rolling hills and scenic views.
    County
  • Rockcastle County
    P.O. Box 755
    Mount Vernon, KY 40456
    Tel: (606) 256-2856
    Rockcastle county; 40456; 40460; 40473; 40409; 40445; 40492Rockcastle
    Rockcastle County includes the small towns of Mt. Vernon, Brodhead and Livingston. Each town has a unique atmosphere and personality, but all share the relaxed pace and friendly nature of rural America. Our communities are rural, but due to our central location and proximity to one of the country's busiest interstates, we are not far from big city amenities.
     
    County
  • Rockcastle County Conservation District
     
    Tel: 606-256-2525
  • Rockcastle County Sheriff
    205 East Main Street
    Mount Vernon, KY 40456
    Tel: (606) 256-2032
    Rockcastle
    County
  • Rowan County
    627 E Main St
    Morehead, KY 40351
    Tel: (606) 784-5151
    Rowan county; 40319; 40351; 40313; 40317Rowan
    Rowan county was created in 1856 from parts of Fleming and Morgan counties, and named for John Rowan, who represented Kentucky in the U.S. House and Senate.
    County
  • Rowan County Public Library
     
    Tel: 606-784-7137
  • Russell County
    410 Monument Square
    P.O. Box 397
    Jamestown, KY 42629
    Tel: (270) 343-2112
    Russell county; 42642; 42629Russell
    If you visit for even a short time, you will find why many businesses and residents decided to call Russell County home.  From lake visitors to industrial clients, Russell County fills the bill.  The county covers 253 square miles near the heart of Lake Cumberland.  We are close to both I-65 and I-75, and with the Cumberland Parkway (Louie B. Nunn Parkway) and U.S. Highway 127, we have easy access to north/south and east/west destinations.
    County
  • Russell County Ambulance Service
     
    Tel: 606-343-6464
  • Russell County Conservation District
     
    Tel: 270-343-3343
  • Russell County Public Library
     
    Tel: 270-866-7323
  • Russell County Tourist Commission
     
    Tel: 270-866-4333
  • Russellville Electric Plant Board
     
    Tel: 270-726-2466
  • Safe Harbor
     
    Tel: 606-329-9304
  • Saint Matthews Fire District
     
    Tel: 502-893-7825
  • Salyersville Magoffin County Joint Housing Authority
     
    Tel: 606-346-6555
  • Sanctuary
     
    Tel: 270-885-4572
  • Sandy Hook Water District
     
    Tel: 606-738-6282
  • Sandy Valley Transportation Services Inc.
     
    Tel: 606-433-1936
  • Sanitation District No. 1 (Northern Kentucky)
     
    Tel: 859-578-7450
  • Sanitation District No. 4 (Boyd County)
     
    Tel: 606-928-3936
  • Scott County
    101 E. Main St.
    P.O. Box 973
    Georgetown, KY 40324
    Tel: (502) 863-7850
    Scott county; 40370; 40324; 40379Scott
    Scott County was formed in 1792. It was one of the first counties created after Statehood. It was named for Revolutionary War hero, Gen. Charles Scott, who led the Kentucky Militia at the disastrous Battle of the Wabash in 1791. Gen. Scott went on to the 1794 victory at the Battle of Fallen Timbers, and served as Governor from 1808 – 1812.
    County