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  • Kentucky 911 Services Board
    200 Mero Street
    Frankfort, KY 40622
    Tel: (502) 564-3911
    wireless 911 services
    The 2016 session of the General Assembly adopted HB 585 which made numerous changes to 911 statues in Kentucky, including changing the name of the State Board which has jurisdiction over wireless 911 services. Effective July 15, 2016, the CMRS Board has been renamed the Kentucky 911 Services Board.
    While a new comprehensive webpage is being prepared to accommodate the updates and edits made necessary by the legislation, this single page will serve as the Board’s website.
    Executive
  • Division of Abandoned Mine Lands
    300 Sower Blvd
    2nd Floor
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-2141
    abandoned mines; mine safety, amlWorking throughout the states coal fields to protect the public from health and safety problems caused by mining that occurred prior to 1982.
    Executive
  • Board of Accountancy
    332 W. Broadway
    Suite 310
    Louisville, KY 40202
    Tel: (502) 595-3037
    accountants; board of accountancyThe Board of Accountancy is the state agency responsible for licensing and regulating certified public accountants and certified public accounting firms. The Board is funded solely through fees charged to obtain and renew a license to practice public accounting and to sit for the CPA exam.
    Executive Board
  • Adair County
    424 Public Square
    Suite 1
    Columbia, KY 42728
    Tel: (270) 384-4703
    adair, adair county, 42753, 42742, 42720, 42728Adair County is a rural community located in south-central Kentucky, just two hours from Louisville, and two hours from Frankfort.
    Local
  • Division of Administration and Fiscal Management
    275 E. Main St. 6W-C
    Frankfort, KY 40621
    Tel: (502) 564-8196
    dms, chfsThe Division of Fiscal Management is responsible for overseeing the Department for Medicaid Services $11.5 billion dollar annual budget. In our division, we build the biennial budget, process account payables, oversee the DSH and EHR Incentive programs, request Federal funds and provide information for Federal Reporting. The Division also processes all account receivables, including the Drug Rebate program which collected nearly $700 million last state fiscal year. We work with various investigative agencies assuring payment suspensions are in place during investigations. Also, with the help from Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), Fiscal Management is responsible for calculating the Fee Schedules for all Medicaid provider types.
    Executive
  • Office of Administrative and Technology Services
    275 E. Main St. 4W-A
    Frankfort, KY 40621
    Tel: (502) 564-0105
    secretary, oats, chfsThe Office of Administrative and Technology Services (OATS) administers a broad range of internal Cabinet programs and services, from information technology to facilities management. OATS is dedicated to providing efficient, effective, quality services for CHFS staff and the general public.
    Executive
  • Office of Administrative Hearings
    211 Sower Blvd.
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-7312
    Administrative Hearings,EPPCThis Office holds administrative, adjudicatory hearings upon the filing of a petition or complaint, and recommends to the Cabinet Secretary the final action that should be taken.
    Executive
  • Office of Administrative Services
    107 Corporate Drive
    2nd Floor
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 573-0282
    It is the mission of the Office of Administrative Services to provide quality services to the employees of the Kentucky Department of Agriculture (KDA). The Office is responsible for administrative services, human resources and information technology. It also deals with budget preparation and administration, handles legislative tracking duties, and is responsible for interacting with government agencies.
    Executive
  • Office of Administrative Services
    Room 183, Capitol Annex
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-0410
    finance, administrationThe Office of Administrative Services is responsible for all internal administrative and human resource functions of the Cabinet. These duties include managing and preparing the Cabinet’s budget; performing general accounting functions; managing fiscal, personnel and payroll functions; and, providing statewide postal and fleet services. The Office also provides administrative support to agencies within the General Government Cabinet.
    Executive
  • Division of Administrative Services
    P.O. Box 517
    Frankfort, KY 40602
    Tel: (502) 564-6154
    insurance, finance, administrationThe Division of Administrative Services provides administrative and technology support to the Department of Insurance. Administrative Services is responsible for accounting, budgeting, purchasing, human resources functions, telecommunications, property management, and mail center operations. The division is also responsible for the distribution of "code books" (Kentucky Insurance Laws and Regulations).
    Executive
  • Office of Administrative Services
    501 High Street
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-7430
    personnel
    The Office of Administrative Services consists of the Administrative Services Branch and the Systems Management Branch.
    Executive
  • Division of Adult Institutions
    275 East Main
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 782-2285
    correctionsThe Division of Adult Institutions operates 12 correctional facilities that house Kentucky's adult inmate population.
    Executive
  • Kentucky Center for African American Heritage
    1656W Muhammad Ali Blvd
    Louisville, KY 40203
    Tel: (502) 583-4100
    kcaah, african-americanThe Kentucky Center for African American Heritage is the result of a collection of African American educators, artist, and historians who have collaborated to give the long-dormant history of African Americans in their region the voice and platform it deserves. This group evolved from the Louisville and Jefferson County African American Heritage Committee into its current mold, with a single unifying goal of promoting the Kentuckiana region’s black heritage.
    Executive
  • Kentucky African-American Heritage Commission
    The Barstow House
    410 High Street
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-7005
    african, american, heritage, commission, heritage council, historicOur mission is to identify and promote awareness of the significant African-American influences upon the history and culture of Kentucky and to support and encourage the preservation of Kentucky African- American heritage.
    Executive
  • Division of Agent Licensing
    P.O. Box 517
    Frankfort, KY 40602
    Tel: (502) 564-6004
    insuranceThe Division of Agent Licensing oversees and facilitates every aspect of licensing for individuals and business entities engaged in insurance transactions. The division is responsible for ensuring that licensees comply with licensing laws and regulations, including the approval of continuing education and pre-licensing course of instruction.
    Executive
  • Department for Aging and Independent Living
    275 E. Main St. 3E-E
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-6930
    dail, chfsThe Department for Aging and Independent Living is the federally designated State Unit on Aging for Kentucky's seniors and the state coordinating agency for services to young adults with physical disabilities.
    Executive
  • Kentucky Agricultural Development Board
    404 Ann Street
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-4627
    agriculture development board; ag board, KADBThe Kentucky Agricultural Development Board was created by the 2000 General Assembly. The Board serves to distribute 50% of the state monies received from the Master Settlement Agreement for the general purpose of agricultural development in the Commonwealth.
    Executive
  • Kentucky Agricultural Finance Corporation
    404 Ann Street
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-4627
    kafc, agricultureThe Kentucky Agricultural Finance Corporation (KAFC) was created by statute in 1984. In 2002, the Kentucky Agricultural Development Board, as part of the Long-term Plan for Agriculture Development, recommended that KAFC be restructured to provide capital access for agricultural diversification and infrastructure projects. In keeping with that priority, KAFC was awarded Agricultural Development Funds in July 2003 to accomplish its mission.
    Executive
  • Office for Agricultural Marketing
    111 Corporate Drive
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 573-0282
    The mission of the Office of Agricultural Marketing is to assists farmers, agricultural businesses, and commodity groups in promoting and marketing their products by expanding existing markets and developing domestic and international markets for their goods and services.
    Executive
  • Governor's Office of Agricultural Policy
    404 Ann Street
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-4627
    goapThe Governor's Office of Agricultural Policy provides grants, incentives and low-interest loans to help farmers and agribusinesses innovate and grow. The Governor’s Office of Agricultural Policy (GOAP) was established in 1998 to provide a direct link between the Governor of the Commonwealth and one of Kentucky’s most important industries, agriculture. The Kentucky Agricultural Development Board and the Kentucky Agricultural Finance Corporation Board are administered by the GOAP.
    Executive
  • Kentucky Department of Agriculture
    105A Corporate Drive
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 573-0282
    agriculture department; agBuilding partnerships for agriculture's future
    Executive
  • Kentucky Air National Guard
    1101 Grade Lane
    Louisville, KY 40213
    Tel: (502) 413-4400
    kentucky air guard; national air guardThe Kentucky Air National Guard's 123rd Airlift Wing is one of the most decorated units in the United States Air Force, with a proud history of global engagement and unsurpassed achievement. The wing's honors include 15 Air Force Outstanding Unit Awards, three Curtis N. "Rusty" Metcalf Trophies, three 15th Air Force Solano Trophies, three Spaatz Trophies and six Distinguished Flying Unit Plaques.
    Executive
  • Division for Air Quality
    300 Sower Blvd
    2nd Floor
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-3999
    air quality; environmentOur Division emphasizes good stewardship of our natural resources. Air pollution should be prevented or reduced whenever possible.
    Executive
  • Board of Alcohol and Drug Counselors
    911 Leawood Drive
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-3296
    alcohol counseling; drug counseling; drug abuse; alcohol abuseThe purpose of the Board of Alcohol and Drug Counselors is to administer and enforce the statutory authority and to monitor the needs of the consuming public. The Board examines and certifies all eligible candidates for entry into the profession of Alcohol and Drug Counseling. It recommends appropriate changes in the law to assure fairness and equality.
    Executive Board
  • Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control
    1003 Twilight Trail
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-4850
    ABC, alcohol beverage controlRegulates the alcoholic beverage industry by licensing the production and sale of alcoholic beverages; enforces state liquor laws, and regulates tobacco sales to minors.
    Executive
  • Alcoholic Beverage Control Board
    1003 Twilight Trail
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-4850
    The ABC Board was created in 1944. There are three members of the Board: the Chairman, the Distilled Spirits Administrator and the Malt Beverage Administrator. The Kentucky Revised Statutes, chapters 241-244 and chapter 438 authorize the Board to regulate and oversee the alcoholic beverage industry. The Office of Legal Services provides legal support and advice to the Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control. This division prosecutes licensees for alcohol violations and prosecutes individuals who sell tobacco in violation of Kentucky's teen tobacco laws. The legal staff also drafts regulations and legislation for the Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control in addition to providing legal information to licensees and the general public.​
    Executive
  • Allen County
    P.O. Box 115
    Scottsville, KY 42164
    Tel: (270) 237-3631
    Allen county, 42164Our close location to larger cities with a rural and friendly setting, makes Allen County a great place to live and work.
    Local
  • Kentucky Office of the Americans with Disabilities Act
    501 High St
    3rd Floor
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-1835
    disability rights; disabled; ADAKentucky Americans with Disabilities Act Coordinator. The purpose of this web site is to inform people with disabilities of their rights and available programs.
    Executive
  • Anderson County
    137 South Main Street
    Lawrenceburg, KY 40342
    Tel: (502) 839-3471
    Anderson county, 40342Citizens and residents find elected officials and links to additional county services.
    Local
  • Anderson County Clerk
    100 South Main Street
    Lawrenceburg, KY 40342
    Tel: (502) 839-3041
    Anderson county clerk
    Local
  • Appalachian Research and Defense Fund
    120 N. Front Ave
    Prestonsburg, KY 41653
    Tel: (859) 257-3271
    AppalReD, legal aidThe Appalachian Research and Defense Fund of Kentucky, Inc., known as “AppalReD Legal Aid,” is a private non-profit law firm. Our work is funded by public and private grants and donations. AppalReD offers free civil legal help to eligible low-income people in 37 counties of the Appalachian Mountains and rolling hills of eastern and south-central Kentucky, a region home to more than 240,000 people living in poverty.
    Executive
  • Appalachian/Kentucky Artisans Gateway Center Authority
    200 Artisan Way
    Berea, KY 40403
    Tel: (502) 564-4270
    Executive
  • Applied Behavior Analyst Licensing Board
    911 Leawood Drive
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-3296
    The Kentucky Applied Behavior Analyst Licensing Board administers and enforces statutory authority and monitors the needs of the consuming public. The board examines and licenses all eligible candidates for entry into the profession as an applied behavior analyst. It recommends appropriate changes in the law to assure fairness and equality. The board conducts formal hearings when necessary and prosecutes by due process any violators of KRS 319C.010 to 319C.990.
    Executive Board
  • Apprenticeship and Training Council
    300 Sower Boulevard
    4th Floor
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-0372
    apprenticeships; training, educationRegistered apprenticeship is a training system that produces highly skilled workers that meets the demands of employers competing in a global economy.
    Executive
  • Kentucky Board of Architects
    155 East Main Street, Suite 300
    Lexington, KY 40507
    Tel: (859) 246-2069
    architects; board of architectsThe Kentucky Board of Architects was established by an Act of the Kentucky General Assembly in 1930 to protect the public health, safety and welfare by the regulation of architects.
    Executive Board
  • Kentucky Artisan Center at Berea
    200 Artisan Way
    Berea, KY 40403
    Tel: (859) 985-5448
    artisan center; bereaIn this 20,000 sq. foot facility you can shop for Kentucky products; experience Kentucky hospitality; explore Kentucky madecrafts & history; enjoy Kentucky cuisine; learn about other must-see places; and enjoy full rest stop services.
    Executive
  • Kentucky Arts Council Artist Directories
    1025 Capital Center Drive
    Third Floor
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-3757
    Artists selected for these directories have met the Kentucky Arts Council’s criteria of artistic excellence and professionalism as judged by independent panels of arts professionals.
    Executive
  • Kentucky Arts Council
    1025 Capital Center Drive
    3rd Floor
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-3757
    arts, council, art, artisansThe Kentucky Arts Council supports, through grants and technical assistance, Kentucky arts organizations, non-profit community organizations, local arts councils, local government agencies, individual artists and crafts persons.
    Executive
  • Kentucky Assistive Technology Loan Corporation
    275 East Main Street
    Mail Drop 2 E-K
    Frankfort, KY 40621
    Tel: (877) 675-0195
    technology loans; diabled technology assistance, KATLCOffers low interest loans for qualified applicants with disabilities who need assistive technology.
    Executive
  • Kentucky Attorney General
    700 Capitol Avenue, Suite 118
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 696-5300
    attorney generalHelping consumers and families, ensuring open government, fighting crime, promoting quality healthcare, and protecting seniors.
    Executive
  • Kentucky Board of Auctioneers
    656 Chamberlin Avenue, Suite B
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-7760
    auctioneers; board of auctioneersThe primary purpose of this board is to protect the public through examination, licensure, and regulation of auctioneers, apprentice auctioneers, limited livestock auctioneers, limited tobacco auctioneers, and auction house operators.
    Executive Board
  • Auditor of Public Accounts
    209 St Clair St
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-5841
    state auditor; auditorThe Auditor of Public Accounts ensures that public resources are protected, accurately valued, properly accounted for, and effectively employed to raise the quality of life of Kentuckians.
    Executive
  • Division of Audits and Investigations
    275 E. Main St. 5E-D
    Frankfort, KY 40621
    Tel: (502) 564-2815
    fraud reporting, secretary, inspector general, oig, chfsThe Division of Audits and Investigations is responsible for investigating and auditing for possible fraud, waste or abuse of the programs administered by the Cabinet as mandated by KRS 194A.030. The Division is responsible for enforcing the Kentucky Controlled Substances Act as outlined in KRS 218A.
    Executive
  • Augusta Regional Sewer Authority
    219 Main St
    Augusta, KY 41002
    Augusta, Regional, Sewer, Authority, BrackenAugusta 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.
    Local
  • Department of Aviation
    90 Airport Road
    Building 400
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-4480
    aviationThe Kentucky Department of Aviation is one of six departments within the Transportation Cabinet and they provide support and service to the 62 public airports, 83 private runways and 54 heliports within Kentucky.
    Executive
  • Ballard County
    P.O. Box 276
    Wickliffe, KY 42087
    Tel: (270) 335-5176
    Ballard county, 42087, 42056, 42024, 42022Located 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.
    Local
  • Kentucky Office of Bar Admissions
    1510 Newtown Pike, Suite 156
    Lexington, KY 40511
    Tel: (859) 246-2381
    Executive
  • Board of Barbering
    312 Whittington Pkwy
    Suite 110
    Louisville, KY 40222-4925
    Tel: (502) 429-7148
    barbering, board of barberingThe role of the Board of Barbering is to protect the health and safety of the public against misrepresentation, deceit, or fraud in the practice or teaching of barbering.
    Executive Board
  • Barren County
    117 North Public Square
    Suite 3A
    Glasgow, KY 42141
    Tel: (270) 651-3338
    Barren, Barren County, 42123, 42130, 42131, 42152, 42156Barren County is home to Barren River Lake State Resort Park, Western Kentucky University-Glasgow Campus, and numerous other points of interest.
    Local
  • Bath County
    P.O. Box 39
    Owingsville, KY 40360
    Tel: (606) 674-6346
    Bath, Bath County, 40358, 40366Bath 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.
    Local
  • City of Beaver Dam
    P.O. Box 408
    Beaver Dam, KY 42320
    Tel: (270) 274-7106
    Local
  • Division of Behavioral Health
    275 E. Main Street 4WF
    Frankfort, KY 40621
    Tel: (502) 564-4527
    behavioral health; substance abuse treatment facilities, chfs
    The Division of Behavioral Health is responsible for the administration of state and federally funded mental health and substance abuse treatment services throughout the Commonwealth.
    Executive
  • Department for Behavioral Health, Developmental and Intellectual Disabilities
    275 E. Main Street 4WF
    Frankfort, KY 40621
    Tel: (502) 564-4527
    disabilities; developmental disability assistance, chfs
    Our mission is to provide leadership, in partnership with others, to prevent disability, build resilience in individuals and their communities, and facilitate recovery for people whose lives have been affected by mental illness, mental retardation or other developmental disability, substance abuse or an acquired brain injury.
    Executive
  • Bell County
    P.O. Box 339
    Pineville, KY 40977
    Tel: (606) 337-3076
    bell, bell county, 40813, 40977, 40845, 40856, 40902, 40955, 40958Bell County is located in the southeastern corner of Kentucky where the state meets Tennessee and Virginia at the famed Cumberland Gap
    Local
  • Bell County Clerk
    ​PO Box 157
    Pineville, KY 40977
    Tel: (606) 337-6143
    At 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.
    Local
  • City of Benton
    1009 Main St
    Benton, KY 42025
    Tel: (270) 527-8677
    benton, marshall county, kentuckyThe 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.
    Local
  • Blind Services Division
    275 East Main Street
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-4754
    rehabilitation council, blindThe mission of the Kentucky Office of Vocational Rehabilitation / Blind Services Division is to provide opportunities for employment and independence to individuals with visual disabilities. We serve Kentuckians who are visually impaired or blind and assist individuals in obtaining and maintaining employment, economic self-sufficiency and independence with complete integration into society. Our goal is to provide a myriad of resources and high quality services that are geared to enhance the lives of Kentuckians with visual disabilities.
    Executive
  • Boards and Commissions
    Office of the Governor
    700 Capitol Avenue, Suite 132
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-3490
    governor's boards; govenor commissions; serving the governor, secretary, stateThe Boards and Commissions site allows those interested in serving as an appointee of the Governor on one of the Commonwealth of Kentucky's Boards and Commissions to provide their qualifications and background for consideration.
    Executive Board
  • Boone County
    P.O. Box 900
    Burlington, KY 41005
    Tel: (859) 334-2242
    Boone, Boone County, 41005, 41022, 41048, 41080, 41091Boone 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.
    Local
  • Bourbon County
    301 Main Street
    Room 203
    Paris, KY 40361
    Tel: (859) 987-2135
    Bourbon county, 40348, 40357, 40362Bourbon 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.
    Local
  • Boxing and Wrestling Authority
    656 Chamberlin Ave. Suite B
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-0085
    boxing; wrestlingThe Kentucky Boxing and Wrestling Authority (KBWA) is a five-member authority charged with the responsibility of overseeing all professional boxing and wrestling matches or exhibitions held in the commonwealth.
    Executive
  • Boyd County
    PO Box 423
    Catlettsburg, KY 41129
    Tel: (606) 739-4134
    Boyd, Boyd County, 41105, 41114Boyd 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.
    Local
  • Boyle County
    321 West Main Street
    Room 111
    Danville, KY 40422
    Tel: (859) 238-1100
    Boyle, Boyle County, 40423, 40452Located in the Bluegrass Area of central Kentucky was formed from Lincoln and Mercer Counties in 1842.
    Local
  • Bracken County
    116 West Miami St.
    Brooksville, KY 41004
    Tel: (606) 735-2300
    Bracken, Bracken County, 41002, 41004, 41061Located in northern Kentucky, along the Ohio River. It is bordered by Mason, Pendleton, Robertson and Harrison counties, and occupies 206 sq. miles in area.
    Local
  • Bracken County Clerk
    P.O. Box 147
    Brooksville, KY 41004
    Tel: (606) 735-2952
    Here 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.
    Local
  • City of Brandenburg
    737 High Street
    Brandenburg, KY 40108
    The 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!
    Local
  • Breathitt County
    1137 Main Street
    Jackson, KY 41339
    Tel: (606) 666-3800
    Breathitt, Breathitt County, 41307, 41310, 41217, 41366, 41385, 41390Breathitt 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.
    Local
  • Breckinridge County
    224 S Main Street
    Hardinsburg, KY 40143
    Tel: (270) 756-0268
    Breckinridge, County, 40111, 40152, 40153, 40115, 40170, 40143, 40171, 40144, 40178, 40145Situated 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.
    Local
  • Division of Budget and Planning
    Room 183, Capitol Annex
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-8044
    state budget planning, finance, administrationThe Finance and Administration Cabinet's Office of Administrative Services is responsible for any functions and duties as the Secretary may assign relating to, but not limited to, Cabinet accounting, purchasing and operational/support services; development and administration of the Cabinet's budget; Human Resources management; administrative assistance to various boards and commissions; postal and messenger services; and fleet management.
    Executive
  • Office of the State Budget Director
    702 Capitol Avenue
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-7300
    state budget; budget directorWe provide the Governor and the Commonwealth objective research, analysis, advice, and management assistance on policy, budget, financial, and economic issues to ensure the fiscal integrity and continuity of state government.
    Executive
  • Office of Building and Mechanical Services
    701 Holmes Street
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 782-0421
    finance, administration
    The Division of Building Services is responsible for small construction projects, moving services for state agencies, snow removal services for parking lots and walkways, groundskeeping and landscaping, janitorial services, and other day-to-day building operations.
    Executive
  • Division of Building Codes Enforcement
    101 Sea Hero Rd., Ste. 100
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 573-0365
    building codes; codes enforcement; buildings
    The Division of Building Codes Enforcement regulates the Kentucky Building Code as it pertains to the construction of new buildings and alterations, additions, and changes of occupancy to existing buildings.
    Executive
  • Bullitt County
    300 S Buckman St
    PO Box 768
    Shepherdsville, KY 40165
    Tel: (502) 543-2262
    Bullitt, Bullitt County, 40110, 40129, 40165
    Local
  • Department for Business Development
    Old Capitol Annex, 300 West Broadway
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-7140
    A project manager is assigned to each project as a single Kentucky point of contact for the duration of the location process. This provides confidentiality for the company, while affording a degree of comfort to the local communities being evaluated.
    Executive
  • Butler County
    P.O. Box 626
    Morgantown, KY 42261
    Tel: (270) 526-3433
    Butler, Butler County, 42261, 42201, 42219, 42252, 42273, 42288Butler County has small town charm and is within a short drive to several larger cities.
    Local
  • City of Cadiz
    63 Main Street
    P.O. Box 1465
    Cadiz, KY 42211
    Tel: (270) 522-8244
    CadizCadiz 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.
    Local
  • Caldwell County
    100 E. Market Street
    Room 27
    Princeton, KY 42445
    Tel: (270) 365-6660
    Caldwell, Caldwell County, 42445Princeton, Fredonia, Farmersville, Crider, Eddy Creek, and Cobb: we are all small towns with rural roots, ready smiles, enthusiastic handshakes, and solid values.
    Local
  • Calloway County
    101 South 5th Street
    Murray, KY 42071
    Tel: (270) 753-2920
    Calloway, calloway county, 42071, 42020, 42076Established 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.
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  • 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, 41074Campbell County, Kentucky… Where city meets bluegrass.
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  • Campbell County Detention Center
    601 Central Ave.
    Newport, KY 41071
    Tel: (859) 431-4611
    The Campbell County Detention Center and Restricted Custody Center house county misdemeanor inmates, and county and state felons.
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  • City of Caneyville
    304 E Maple St
    Caneyville, KY 42721
    Tel: (270) 879-9701
    Our 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.
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  • Capital City Airport Division
    90 Airport Road
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-3714
    The Capital City Airport Division provides safe and cost effective in-state and out-of-state transportation to state employees, maintains all state aircraft, and operates the Capital City Airport.
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  • Office of Career and Technical Education
    300 Sower Blvd.
    5th Floor
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-4286 ext. 4249
    The mission of Career and Technical Education is to assist schools in providing students with skills necessary for a successful transition to postsecondary education or work and a desire for life-long learning in a global society.
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  • Kentucky Career Center
    1121 Louisville Road
    Suite 6
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-7046
    Job, Jobs, Career, Blind, Training, Unemployement, EmployementThe Office of Employment and Training, in cooperation with its partners, shall provide qualified people for jobs, quality jobs for people, temporary financial support for the unemployed, comprehensive labor market information, and preserve the integrity and viability of the Unemployment Insurance Trust Fund, thus promoting the economic well-being of the Commonwealth.
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  • Division of Carl D. Perkins Rehabilitation Center
    5659 Main Street
    Thelma, KY 41260
    Tel: (606) 788-7080
    The mission of the Perkins Center is to provide services to individuals with disabilities so they may achieve suitable employment and independence.
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  • City of Carlisle
    107 E Chestnut St
    Carlisle, KY 40311
    Tel: (859) 289-3700
    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.
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  • Carlisle County
    P.O. Box 279
    Bardwell, KY 42023
    Tel: (270) 628-5451
    Carlisle, 42021, 42023, 42035, 42070Carlisle 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.
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  • Carroll County
    440 Main St
    Carrollton, KY 41008
    Tel: (502) 732-7000
    Carroll, 41045, 41008, 41098, 41083Carroll 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.
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  • Carter County
    300 West Main Street
    Room 227
    , KY 41143
    Tel: (606) 474-5366
    Carter, 41143, 41146, 41164, 41128, 41132, 41142, 41173, 41181Carter 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.
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  • Casey County
    625 Courthouse Square
    Liberty, KY 42539
    Tel: (606) 787-8311
    Casey county; Liberty; 42565, 42566, 42539, 42541, 42516, 42528
    Liberty is the county seat for Casey County, Kentucky.
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  • Division of Certificate of Need
    275 E. Main St., 5E-A
    Frankfort, KY 40621
    Tel: (502) 564-9592
    certificate of need; healthcare institutions, secretary, inspector general, oig, chfs
    The Kentucky Certificate of Need process prevents the proliferation of health care facilities, health services and major medical equipment that increases the cost of quality health care in the Commonwealth.
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  • Department of Charitable Gaming
    132 Brighton Park Boulevard
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 573-5528
    charitable gambling; charitable gamingThe Department of Charitable Gaming provides a regulatory framework allowing charitable gaming to thrive as a viable fundraising mechanism. The department helps to ensure the productivity of charitable gaming through appropriate regulation, oversight and education.
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  • Chemical Stockpile Emergency Preparedness Program
    Emergency Operations Center, Rm 209
    110 Minuteman Parkway
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 607-5721
    Emergency Management, Emergency PreparednessCSEPP was created in 1985 when the US Congress passed a law directing the Army to dispose of its aging chemical weapons inventory with maximum protection of the public and environment as its primary consideration. 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 Bluegrass Army Depot.
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  • Office of the Chief Information Security Office
    669 Chamberlin Avenue
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-8734
    cot, OCISO, finance, administrationThe Office of the Chief Information Security Officer (OCISO) is responsible for IT security functions. The Office works with the entire enterprise to establish the best security practices and risk management processes, and deploys strategies aimed at protecting and securing the Commonwealth's data.
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  • Office of Child Abuse & Human Trafficking Prevention & Prosecution
    1024 Capital Center Drive, Suite 200
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 696-5314
    attorney generalThe Office of Child Abuse and Human Trafficking Prevention and Prosecution was developed by Attorney General Andy Beshear in January of 2016. The office's mission is to prevent and protect Kentucky's children from becoming victims of abuse and sexual exploitation and to raise awareness of the prevalence of human trafficking across the state.
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  • Division of Child Care
    275 E. Main St. 3C-F
    Frankfort, KY 40621
    Tel: (502) 564-2524
    dcbs, chfsThe Division of Child Care supports quality child care through programs and plans that promote the improvement and expansion of statewide child care services and resources. The division also provides program coordination for subsidy payments, professional development, trainings and develops policy and procedures.
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  • Commission for Children with Special Health Care Needs
    310 Whittington Parkway
    Suite 200
    Louisville, KY 40222
    Tel: (502) 429-4430
    ccshcn, chfsOur mission is to plan, develop, provide and evaluate the public statewide system of care for children with developmental delays and children with special health care needs.
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  • Board of Chiropractic Examiners
    209 South Green Street
    Glasgow, KY 42142
    Tel: (270) 651-2522
    chiropractors
    The Kentucky Board of Chiropractic Examiners is the state agency responsible for protecting the public by licensing and regulating chiropractors.
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  • 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; 42232Visit 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.
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  • Office of Civil and Environmental Law
    700 Capitol Avenue, Suite 118
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 696-5622
    attorney generalThe Office of Civil and Environmental Law​ represents Kentucky state agencies and officials who are parties in civil or administrative actions. KRS 15.020 provides for the Attorney General to represent the Commonwealth and its officers and agencies in all litigation and legal business of a non-criminal nature.
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  • Office for Civil Rights and Small Business Development
    200 Mero Street
    Frankfort, KY 40622
    Tel: (502) 564-3601
    business development; occupation developmenthe Office for Civil Rights and Small Business Development is committed to ensuring equal employment opportunity, a diverse workforce, and promotion of equitable business opportunities throughout the Commonwealth of Kentucky. ​ It is the mission of the Office for Civil Rights and Small Business Development to ensure adherence to and compliance with Equal Employment Opportunity, Title VI, and Small and Disadvantaged Business Initiatives via program implementation and policy development. The Office for Civil Rights and Small Business Development is responsible for ensuring that no person (in the Commonwealth of Kentucky) be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be otherwise subjected to discrimination based on color, religion, race, national origin, or disability under any program administered by the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet.
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  • Kentucky Claims Commission
    130 Brighton Park Blvd.
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 573-2290
    claims commission, Board of Claims, Board of Tax Appeals, Crime Victims Compensation Board, bocThe Kentucky Claims Commission oversees the Crime Victims' Compensation Fund, hears tax appeals and handles negligence claims against the Commonwealth of Kentucky. It also provides an independent, impartial and neutral forum for hearing and resolving disputes on tax issues in a timely, cost-effective alternative to the court system. The Commission acts under the authority of KRS Chapter 49 and KAR Title 108 to determine whether a state agency has been negligent, consequently causing damages, loss or injury to a claimant.
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  • Clark County
    34 South Main
    County Courthouse
    Winchester, KY 40391
    Tel: (859) 745-0200
    Clark County; Clark; 40391; 40392Clark 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.
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  • City of Clarkson
    213 Millerstown Street
    Clarkson, KY 42726
    Tel: (270) 242-6997
    Clarkson 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.
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  • Clay County
    102 Richmond Road
    Suite 201
    Manchester, KY 40962
    Tel: (606) 598-2071
    Clay County; Clay; 40941; 40944; 40914; 40932; 40962; 40972; 40983; 40951
    Discover the backcountry of Clay County, the Gateway to the Elk & Redbud Capitals of Kentucky and the Land of Swinging Bridges!
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  • Clinton County
    100 South Cross Street
    Albany, KY 42602
    Tel: (606) 387-5234
    Clinton county; Clinton; 42602; 42603
    Clinton County, home to approximately 11,000 residents, is located between beautiful Lake Cumberland and Dale Hollow Lake.
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  • Division of Collections
    501 High Street, 9th Floor
    PO BOX 491
    Frankfort, KY 40602
    Tel: (502) 564-4921
    revenue, finance, administration
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  • Commercial Mobile Radio Service Board
    125 Holmes Street
    Suite 310
    Frankfort, Kentucky 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-3911
    wireless emergency service; CMRSThe CMRS Board is charged with administrating the CMRS fund for the purpose of implementing wireless emergency 911 service through out Kentucky in accordance with State and Federal Legislation and Regulation.
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  • Division of Commercial Vehicle Enforcement
    919 Versailles Rd.
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 782-1800
    he mission of the Division of Commercial Vehicle Enforcement is to encourage and promote a safe driving environment through education and safety awareness while enforcing State and Federal laws and regulations, placing special emphasis on commercial vehicles.
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  • Division of Communications
    P.O. Box 517
    Frankfort, KY 40602
    Tel: (502) 782-7678
    insuranceCommunications is the primary contact for reporters and is responsible for serving the needs of the media and the public. Communications also coordinates news releases, publications, consumer outreach, the speakers' bureau, and assists with information requests.
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  • Kentucky Communications Network Authority
    , KY
    Tel: (502) 782-9549
    The Kentucky Communications Network Authority (KCNA) is the public technology authority that partners to build and manage a Commonwealth-owned, leading-edge communication infrastructure service to provide affordable broadband connectivity, foster collaboration, and promote innovative use digital technologies connecting the people of Kentucky to the world.
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  • Division of Community Alternatives
    275 E. Main St. 6W-B
    Frankfort, KY 40621
    Tel: (502) 564-1647
    dms, waiver, abi, model ii, michelle p, supports for community living, chfsIf you are elderly, have a physical, intellectual or developmental disability or are ventilator dependent, you may qualify for Medicaid waiver services. Known as 1915(c) Home- and Community-Based Services waivers, these services provide the support you need to continue to live at home.
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  • Department of Community Based Services
    275 E. Main St. 3W-A
    Frankfort, KY 40621
    Tel: (502) 564-3703
    dcbs, chfs
    The Department for Community Based Services (DCBS) is responsible for child and adult protection, foster care and adoption, and services to enhance family self-sufficiency, including food stamps and cash assistance.
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  • Kentucky Community Crisis Response Board
    111 St. James Ct., Suite B
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 607-5781
    community response; crisis response, kccrb, kccrtThe Kentucky Community Crisis Response Board (KCCRB) provides the entire spectrum of critical incident stress management (CISM) services from pre-incident training, acute crisis response, and post-incident support to emergency services personnel who have encountered a traumatic event. Traumatic events include: line of duty deaths, multi-casualty incidents, use of deadly force, suicide of a first responder, events involving children, prolonged incidents, terrorism, and any other overwhelming event.
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  • Kentucky Commission on Community Volunteerism and Service
    275 East Main Street, 3W-E
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-7420
    serve, kccvs, volunteer, services, community, chfs, Community Volunteerism and ServiceServe Kentucky, formerly the Kentucky Commission on Community Volunteerism and Service, is a State Service Commission. In addition to overseeing the annual grant competition that awards funding to AmeriCorps State and other community service programs, State Service Commissions determine social needs in their states, set policy and program priorities, provide training and assistance, support national days of service, and promote service and volunteering.
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  • Division of Compliance Assistance
    300 Sower Blvd
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-0323
    environmental protection; environmental compliance
    The Division of Compliance Assistance (DCA) is one of six divisions located within the Department for Environmental Protection (DEP).  It was created in 2004 to provide a nonregulatory approach to environmental protection.
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  • Division of Conservation
    300 Sower Blvd
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 782-6703
    conservation
    In our web site you will find information on our division's programs as well as links to other soil, water, and resource conservation activities.
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  • Division of Construction
    200 Mero Street
    Frankfort, KY 40622
    Tel: (502) 564-4780
    highway construction; road projects; highway projects
    Available here is valuable information regarding the construction of Kentucky's roads including materials, drawings, and designs.
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  • Division of Construction Procurement
    200 Mero Street
    Frankfort, KY 40622
    Tel: (502) 564-3500
    The Division's mission is to provide v​ital information relating to the procurement of highway construction, improvement, and maintenance projects. Revisions are made frequently.
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  • Office of Consumer and Environmental Protection
    107 Corporate Drive
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 573-0282
    consumer protection; environmental protection; EPAThe Office for Consumer & Environmental Protection performs a wide variety of regulatory functions that serve every Kentuckian every day.
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  • Office of Consumer Protection
    1024 Capital Center Drive, Suite 200
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 696-5389
    attorney generalThe Attorney General's Office of Consumer Protection safeguards Kentuckians from unfair business practices by enforcing the Kentucky Consumer Protection Act (KCPA). The KCPA protects Kentucky's citizens from "unfair, false, misleading or deceptive acts or practices in trade or commerce." The Office of Consumer Protection enforces the Act by bringing lawsuits in the public interest to obtain civil penalties and consumer redress, including restitution and injunctive relief aimed at changing bad business practices.
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  • Division of Consumer Protection
    215 West Main St
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-6034
    insurance
    The Consumer Protection and Education Division is the main link between the Office of Insurance and the consumer.
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  • Division of Consumer Services
    275 East Main Street
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502)564-4754
    blind services; visually impairedThe Kentucky Office for the Blind assists individuals who are blind and visually impaired to obtain and maintain employment and to live independently in their communities. We provide vocational rehabilitation and independent living services for individuals giving them opportunities to lead productive and independent lives.
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  • Office of the Controller
    702 Capital Avenue
    Capitol Annex, Room 484
    Frankfort, Kentucky 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-2998
    state controller; controller, finance, administrationThe Controller's Office is responsible for all state accounting policies and procedures, cash management and strategic financial planning.
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  • City of Corinth
    215 Thomas Ln
    Corinth, KY 41010
    Tel: (859) 824-5922​
    corinth, scott, grant, cityCorinth 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.​​
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  • Kentucky Coroners Association
    P.O. Box 730
    Lawrenceburg, KY 40342
    Tel: (502) 839-5151
    death investigations autopsies
    In order to assist the citizens of the Commonwealth of Kentucky, we have provided information on how to contact coroners and find answers to frequently asked questions about our professional services. Coroners can also find information and sign up for training programs through the Department of Criminal Justice Training.
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  • Kentucky Correctional Industries
    1041 Leestown Road
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 573-1040
    furniture; KCI; corrections industries
    Kentucky Correctional Industries (KCI) is a self-supporting division of the Kentucky Department of Corrections under the Justice and Public Safety Cabinet that employs hundreds of inmates in the production of goods and services in Kentuckys major penal institutions.
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  • Department of Corrections
    275 E Main St.
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-4360
    correctionsProtecting the citizens of Kentucky by providing a safe, secure and humane environment for staff and offenders.
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  • Kentucky Board of Cosmetology
    111 St. James Court, Suite A
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-4262
    hairdressers; cosmetologists
    The Kentucky State Board of Hairdressers & Cosmetologists was created to protect the health and safety of the general public, to protect the public against misrepresentation, deceit, or fraud in the practice or teaching of beauty culture, to set standards for the operation of the schools and salons, and to protect the students under the provisions of this chapters.Phone 502-564-4262
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  • Administrative Office of the Courts
    1001 Vandalay Drive
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 573-2350
    courts; administrative office of the courts; courts officeThe American Judicial System and our legal processes are often misunderstood by citizens. This web site is designed to answer some of your questions about Kentucky's Court of Justice, one of our three branches of government, and to familiarize you with its operation.
    Judicial
  • Kentucky Crafted Program
    1025 Capital Center Drive, Third Floor
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 892-3120
    craft marketingKentucky hands create in wood, glass, ceramics, fiber, metal, and other materials as diverse as the human imagination.
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  • Crime and Traffic Data
    919 Versailles Rd.
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 782-1800
    The Kentucky State Police, through its Computer Technologies Section, Records Branch, and Uniform Crime Reporting staff, make available a number of different annual reports dealing with criminal and traffic information within the Commonwealth of Kentucky.
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  • Office of Criminal Appeals
    1024 Capital Center Drive, Suite 200
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 696-5342
    attorney general​​​​​The Office of Criminal Appeals rep​​​resents the Commonwealth of Kentucky in defending felony convictions, including those in which the death penalty has been imposed, when those convictions are attacked in state or federal court.
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  • Department of Criminal Investigations
    1024 Capital Center Drive, Suite 200
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 696-5367
    attorney generalThe Department of Criminal Investigations (DCI) is an investigative and law enforcement branch of the Office of the Attorney General and is made up of sworn detectives who are cross-trained in several investigative fields. DCI investigates crimes that Kentucky law enforcement agencies are not often trained in or equipped to support.
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  • Department of Criminal Justice Training
    Funderburk Building
    521 Lancaster Avenue
    Richmond, KY 40475
    Tel: (859) 622-1328
    criminal justice training; officer training
    The Department of Criminal Justice Training (DOCJT) is a nationally ranked public safety and law enforcement agency that provides law enforcement officers in Kentucky with state-of-the-art training.
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  • City of Crittenden
    117 S. Main Street
    Crittenden, KY 41030
    Tel: (859) 428-2597
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  • Crittenden County
    107 S Main Street
    Marion, KY 42064
    Tel: (270) 965-5251
    Crittenden County; Crittenden; 42064; 42033; 42037The 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.
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  • Cumberland County
    P.O. Box 826
    Burkesville, KY 42717
    Tel: (270) 864-3444
    Cumberland County; Cumberland; 42717; 42759Cumberland 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.
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  • Division of Customer Resource Center
    702 Capitol Avenue, Room 484
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-9641
    state employee customer center; employee customer service, finance, administraiton
    The Customer Resource Center provides Help Desk support, training, and continuous process improvement services for state employees in administrative services job functions and for vendors who do business with the Commonwealth.
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  • 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; 42378We 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.
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  • Kentucky Commission on the Deaf and Hard of Hearing
    632 Versailles Rd.
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 573-2604
    deaf; hard of hearing; deaf assistance
    Our mission is to provide effective leadership, education, advocacy and programs to eliminate barriers and to meet the social, economic, educational, cultural and intellectual needs of deaf and hard of hearing Kentuckians.
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  • Kentucky Public Employees’ Deferred Compensation Authority
    101 Sea Hero Road, Suite 110
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 573-7925
    personnelKentucky Public Employees’ Deferred Compensation Authority (KDC) is authorized under the Kentucky Revised Statutes (18A.230 – 18A.275) to provide administration of tax-deferred supplemental retirement plans for all state, public school and university employees, and employees of local political subdivisions that have elected to participate. It is an agency attached to the Personnel Cabinet of the Commonwealth of Kentucky for administrative purposes only.
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  • Board of Dentistry
    312 Whittington Parkway, Suite 101
    Louisville, KY 40222
    Tel: (502) 429-7280
    dentristy; board of dentistry
    The purpose of the Board is to protect the public by statues and regulation of the practice of dentists and dental hygienists.
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  • Division of Developmental and Intellectual Disabilities
    275 E. Main Street 4CF
    Frankfort, KY 40621
    Tel: (502) 564-7700
    intellectual disability, developmental disability, chfs
    The mission of the Division of Developmental and Intellectual Disabilities is to take the lead, in partnership with other key stakeholders, in building the capacity of communities and systems to provide individually determined supports for individuals with mental retardation and other developmental disabilities, and their families, that increase their opportunities for choice and inclusion as valued citizens of Kentucky's communities.
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  • Commonwealth Council on Developmental Disabilities
    656 Chamberlin Ave.
    Suite C
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-7841
    disability, developmental, program, project, self-advocacy, public, policy, rights, ccddWe are an independent self-governing organization dedicated to advancing the inclusion of Kentuckians in all facets of community life. The Council is part 56 national State and Territory Councils on Developmental Disabilities, all federally funded and mandated to advocate and create systems change for people with developmental disabilities.
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  • Board of Licensed Diabetes Educators
    911 Leawood Drive
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-3296
    The mission and purpose of the Kentucky Board of Licensed Diabetes Educators is to regulate the practice of diabetes education in Kentucky and to ensure safe and competent diabetes education to all people in the Commonwealth. The board licenses all eligible candidates for entry into the profession of diabetes education. It recommends appropriate changes in the law to assure fairness and equality. The board conducts formal hearings when necessary and prosecutes by due process any violators of KRS 309.
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  • Board of Licensure and Certification for Dietitians and Nutritionists
    911 Leawood Drive
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-3296
    dietitians
    The purpose of the Board of Dietitians and Nutritionists is to administer and enforce the statutory authority and to monitor the needs of the consuming public. The Board licenses all eligible candidates for entry into the profession of Dietetics and Nutrition. It recommends appropriate changes in the law to assure fairness and equality.
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  • Division for Disability Determination Services
    730 Schenkel Lane
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-7941
    disability evaluation; disability review, chfsDisability Determination Services makes disability determinations on behalf of the commissioner of Social Security for residents of Kentucky. The program uses federal regulations to determine disability for both Supplemental Security Income (SSI) and Social Security Disability Income (SSDI). The program also adheres to federal regulations for performance accuracy and processing time standards.
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  • Office of Diversity, Equality and Training
    501 High Street
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-8000
    ODE&T; government training, personnel
    The Office of Government Training (OGT) is in the business of change -- helping to improve individual and organizational performance throughout Kentucky government.
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  • Division of Driver Licensing
    200 Mero Street
    Frankfort, KY 40622
    Tel: (502) 564-1257
    On this site you will find the information you need to operate a non-commercial vehicle or motorcyle in Kentucky.
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  • Office of Drug Control Policy
    125 Holmes Street
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-9564
    Drug, Drugs, Prescription, DisposalThe newly formed Office of Drug Control Policy will coordinate Kentucky’s response to substance abuse; close gaps in service and administrative issues to improve drug control programs; and implement effective strategies and long range planning in Kentucky.
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  • Board of Durable Medical Equipment Suppliers
    911 Leawood Dr
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-3296
    The purpose of the Board of Durable Medical Equipment Suppliers is to administer and enforce the statutory authority and to monitor the needs of the consuming public. It recommends appropriate changes in the law to assure fairness and equity. The board conducts formal hearings when necessary and prosecutire by due process any violators of KRS 309.
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  • Governor’s Office of Early Childhood
    125 Holmes Street
    Suite 3​
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 782-0200
    childhood developmentThe future strength of the Commonwealth of Kentucky depends upon the healthy development of our youngest citizens.
    Executive
  • Eastern Kentucky Exposition Center Corporation
    126 Main Street
    Pikeville, KY 41501
    Tel: (606) 444-5500
    Executive
  • Eastern Kentucky Veterans Center
    200 Veterans Dr.
    Hazard, KY 41701
    Tel: (606) 435-6196
    ekvcLocated in the beautiful mountains of Southeastern Kentucky, the Eastern Kentucky Veterans Center is a 120 bed long-term care facility providing skilled nursing care and rehabilitation for Kentucky veterans. EKVC is operated by the Kentucky Department of Veterans Affairs and was built for the sole purpose of taking care of Kentucky Veterans.
    Executive
  • Governor's Office for Economic Analysis
    702 Capitol Avenue
    Room 284, Capitol Annex
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-7300
    state budget, budget director
    Executive
  • Cabinet for Economic Development
    300 West Broadway
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-7670
    economic development, business, commerceThis website provides extensive information on the programs and services available to businesses including existing businesses, newly locating companies, start-ups, small and minority businesses, and many others.
    Executive
  • Kentucky Economic Development Finance Authority
    Old Capitol Annex, 300 West Broadway
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-7140
    Kentucky's pro business climate provides a number of incentives for businesses.
    Executive
  • Edmonson County
    P.O. Box 353
    Brownsville, KY 42210
    Tel: (270) 597-2819
    Edmonson county; 42210; 42207; 42163; 42259; 42275; 42285Edmonson 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.
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  • Department of Education
    300 Sower Blvd
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-3141
    education; education cabinetThe Kentucky Department of Education is a service agency of the Commonwealth of Kentucky. The department provides resources and guidance to Kentucky's public schools and districts as they implement the state's K-12 education requirements.
    Executive
  • Education and Workforce Development Cabinet
    300 Sower Blvd
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-0372
    jobs, employment
    The eleven agencies of the Education Cabinet help make Kentucky a better place to live, learn and work.
    Executive
  • Kentucky Board of Education
    500 Mero Street
    1st Floor
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-3141
    board of education
    As mandated by Kentucky law, the Kentucky Board of Education develops and adopts the regulations that govern Kentucky's 176 public school districts and the actions of the Kentucky Department of Education.
    Executive
  • Education Professional Standards Board
    100 Airport Road
    3rd Floor
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-4606
    The Education Professional Standards Board (EPSB) is responsible for issuing and renewing certificates for all Kentucky teachers and administrators.
    Executive
  • Kentucky Educational Development Corporation
    904 Rose Rd.
    Ashland, KY 41102
    Tel: (859) 245-6411
    Executive
  • Kentucky Educational Television
    600 Cooper Drive
    Lexington, KY 40502
    Tel: (859) 258-7000
    education television, PBS, ket
    Kentucky Educational Television signed on the air in September 1968 as Kentuckys statewide public broadcasting network. Today, KET is the largest PBS member network in America.
    Executive
  • Division of Educator Ethics
    100 Airport Road, 3rd Floor
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-4606
    In accordance with KRS 161.120, the Education Professional Standards Board (EPSB) is responsible for suspending, revoking, and/or refusing issuance or renewal of the certificates of teachers and administrators who engage in misconduct. In addition, the EPSB may impose other conditions as it deems appropriate. The Division of Educator Ethics works closely with school district administrators, parents, social service agencies, law enforcement agencies, state and federal prosecutors, and the disciplinary units of other states to protect the children in Kentucky public schools and assist in ensuring that educators maintain the dignity and integrity of the profession.
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  • Division of Educator Licensure and Quality
    100 Airport Road, 3rd Floor
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-4606
    teacher certification; administrator certification
    The Division of Certification is responsible for issuing and renewing certificates for all Kentucky teachers and administrators.
    Executive
  • Division of Educator Preparation, Assessment, and Internship
    100 Airport Road
    3rd Floor
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-4606
    educators
    The Division of Educator Preparation ensures that preparation programs for Kentucky educators meet established standards of quality.
    Executive
  • Kentucky Registry of Election Finance
    140 Walnut Street
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 573-2226
    election finance; The role of the Kentucky Registry of Election Finance is to assure the integrity of the Commonwealth's electoral process by making certain there is full public access to campaign financial data and financial disclosure reports, and by administering Kentucky's campaign finance laws.
    Executive
  • State Board of Elections
    140 Walnut Street
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 573-7100
    election board, secretary of state
    The State Board of Elections is responsible for overseeing and administering elections in Kentucky.
    Executive
  • Electrical Division
    101 Sea Hero Rd.
    Suite 100
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 573-2002
    This division is responsible for inspection of state-owned and state-leased buildings, licensing of electricians and electrical contractors, certification of electrical inspectors, and educational programs in the administration and enforcement of electrical codes and standards.
    Executive
  • Elliott County
    PO Box 710
    Sandy Hook, KY 41171
    Tel: (606) 738-5821
    Elliott County; 41171; 41149Tucked 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!
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  • Kentucky Board of Embalmers & Funeral Directors
    9114 Leesgate Rd
    Ste 4
    Louisville, KY 40222-5055
    Tel: (502) 426-4589
    embalmers; licensed funeral directors; funeral homes; funeral directorsThis agency consists of 5 Board members, 3 office staff, and 1 inspector. The Board includes four licensed funeral directors and embalmers and one public (consumer) member. Their objective is to prescribe the standards of efficiency for those who are engaged in the practice of funeral directing and embalming.
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  • Division of Emergency Management
    Boone National Guard Center
    100 Minuteman Parkway,
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (800) 255-2587
    EMS, emergency servicesThe responsibilities of this division are to coordinate an emergency management system of mitigation, preparedness,response & recovery to protect the lives, environment & property of the people of Kentucky.
    Executive
  • Kentucky Board of Emergency Medical Services
    118 James Court, Suite 50
    Lexington, KY 40505
    Tel: (859) 256-3565
    EMS certification; ems board, KCTCS, kbemsThe main purpose of the KBEMS is to certify first responders, emergency medical technicians, and to license paramedics and ambulance services and our mission is to provide the best possible emergency medical services for the Commonwealth of Kentucky.
    Executive
  • Department for Employee Insurance
    501 High Street
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-0358
    employee health plan, personnel
    The Department for Employee Insurance is responsible to the Cabinet Secretary for the State Health Insurance Program and the State Flexible Benefits Program.
    Executive
  • Office for Employee Relations
    401 High St
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-6816
    personnel
    In conjunction with the State EEO Coordinator's Office, the Office for Employee Relations coordinates all logistics for the annual Governor's EEO Conference including registration, development and scheduling of over 18 workshops and 3 general sessions for over 400 participants.
    Executive
  • Kentucky Employer's Mutual Insurance
    250 West Main Street, Suite 900
    Lexington, KY 40507
    Tel: (859) 425-7800
    Executive
  • Energy and Environment Cabinet
    300 Sower Blvd
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-5525
    environmental cabinet; energy and environmentIt is the agency's mission to protect and enhance Kentucky's environment. The department will set clear priorities and will work with Kentucky's citizens to keep Kentucky one of the most remarkable states in the nation.
    Executive
  • Office of Energy Policy
    500 Mero Street, 12th Floor
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-7192
    energy development; alternative energyAs the newly created Office of Energy Policy, we hope to address energy policy with a common sense approach that ensures the Commonwealth thrives amid rapid changes occurring in the production, delivery, and use of energy. For example, affordable electricity is a primary driver of our economy, but the pathways necessary to ensure continuing affordability and reliability of Kentucky’s energy sectors are becoming more complex.
    Executive
  • Enforcement Division
    1003 Twilight Trail
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-4850, ext. 1038​
    ABC; alcohol beverage controlABC's Enforcement Division has investigators trained to enforce all state laws with special emphasis placed on alcohol and tobacco laws.
    Executive
  • Division of Enforcement
    300 Sower Blvd
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-2150
    environmental protection enforcement; environmental protection
    Our mission is to use a clear and consistent approach in bringing about and maintaining compliance with the Department for Environmental Protection's air, waste and water environmental regulatory programs by using appropriate and reasonable measures to resolve cases in a timely manner.
    Executive
  • Division of Engineering and Contract Administration
    403 Wapping Street
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-3050
    state capitol construction, finance, administration
    The Division of Engineering and Contract Administration is the administrator of the state's capital construction program. It provides technical engineering assistance to state agencies, reviews design and detail specifications, and acts as a liaison between the Department and other agencies on new construction projects and major maintenance projects.
    Executive
  • Board of Engineers and Land Surveyors
    160 Democrat Drive
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 573-2680
    engineers; land surveyors; KBOELS
    The Kentucky State Board of Licensure for Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors was established by an Act of the Kentucky General Assembly in 1938 to protect the public health, safety and welfare. This is accomplished through the licensing and monitoring of individuals and firms deemed qualified to practice.
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  • Office of Entrepreneurship
    Old Capitol Annex, 300 West Broadway
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-7670
    Small business growth is so vital to Kentucky’s economic future that the Kentucky Cabinet for Economic Development has placed a special focus on the needs of entrepreneurs and small businesses.
    Executive
  • Division of Environmental Analysis
    200 Mero Street
    Frankfort, KY 40622
    Tel: (502) 564-7250
    The Division of Environmental Analysis (DEA) is responsible for providing environmental guidance to Transportation Cabinet Employees, to contractors, and to the general public concerning Cabinet projects and activities.
    Executive
  • Environmental Education Council
    500 Mero Street
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-5937
    environmental resources; environmental educationThe Kentucky Environmental Education Council was established to improve Kentuckians understanding of their environment.
    Executive
  • Division of Environmental Program Support
    100 Sower Blvd.
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-6120, ext. 4530
    environmental, services, response, admin, support, information, management
    The Kentucky Division of Environmental Services (KYDES) provides centralized laboratory testing for the Kentucky Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Cabinet.
    Executive
  • Department for Environmental Protection
    300 Sower Blvd
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-0323
    environmental protection department; environmental protection
    Kentucky's remarkable natural resources have helped shape our economy, culture and history.  Nevertheless, these resources also provide us with the responsibility of good stewardship. Kentucky’s residents and businesses must work together to preserve the resource quality and diversity that make Kentucky a great place to live, work and play.  The Kentucky Department for Environmental Protection (DEP) has been given the duty to lead this effort  to protect and enhance Kentucky’s environment.
    Executive
  • Kentucky Environmental Quality Commission
    300 Sower Blvd, 3rd Floor
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 782-7011
    environmental qualitySince 1972, the Kentucky Environmental Quality Commission, a seven-member citizen advisory board, has worked to strengthen the public role in solving environmental problems in our communities and the state.
    Executive
  • Division of Epidemiology and Health Planning
    275 E. Main St. HS2GWC
    Frankfort, KY 40621
    Tel: (502) 564-3418
    communicable disease control, dph, chfsResponsible for the control of communicable disease, disease surveillance and investigation, injury prevention and research, vital statistics and health data.
    Executive
  • Office of Equal Employment Opportunity Contract Compliance
    Capitol Annex, Room 395
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-2874
    finance, administrationThe Office of Equal Opportunity and Contract Compliance is responsible for administering the Cabinet’s equal opportunity programs (EO), affirmative action (AA), and Title VI, Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA); investigating complaints of discrimination and sexual harassment for Cabinet employees; and monitoring contractor compliance.
    Executive
  • Division of Equipment
    1234 Wilkinson Blvd.
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-3916
    Our mission is to provide the Transportation Cabinet with various types of equipment and materials to most effectively meet the needs of the Transportation Highway System.
    Executive
  • Estill County
    130 Main St.
    Room 102
    Irvine, KY 40336
    Tel: (606) 723-7524
    Estill CountyWhether 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……
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  • Executive Branch Ethics Commission
    1025 Capital Center Dr.
    Suite 104
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-7954
    executive ethics; lobbyists
    The Executive Branch Code of Ethics establishes the ethical standards that govern the conduct of all executive branch employees.
    Executive
  • Kentucky Expositions Center
    937 Phillips Lane
    Louisville, KY 40209
    Tel: (502) 367-5000
    Fair, Expo, State Fair, Louisville, Convention Center, ConventionThe eighth largest public facility of its kind in the United States, the Kentucky Fair & Exposition Center hosts over 3 million visitors each year.
    Executive
  • Department for Facilities and Support Services
    403 Wapping St.
    Bush Building Room 340
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-3590
    finance, administration
    The Department for Facilities Management is responsible for the management and administration of the Commonwealth's capital construction program, real property acquisition, disposition and leasing program, and daily operation of state-owned office buildings and other assigned state properties.
    Executive
  • Office of Facility Development and Efficiency
    403 Wapping Street
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-3050
    finance, administrationTwo divisions are within the Office of Facility of Development and Efficiency -- the Division of Engineering and Contract Administration and the Division of Facility Efficiency. The Division of Engineering and Contract Administration provides technical engineering assistance to state agencies, reviews design and detail specifications, and acts as a liaison between the Department for Facilities and Support Services and other agencies on new construction projects and major maintenance projects. The Division of Facility Efficiency is responsible for managing the Guaranteed Energy Saving Performance Contracting program.
    Executive
  • City of Fairview
    P.O. Box 121
    Independence, KY 41051
    Tel: (859) 360-3146
    We 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.
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  • Division of Family Resource and Youth Services Centers
    275 E. Main St. 3C-G
    Frankfort, KY 40621
    Tel: (502) 564-4986
    family resources; youth services, chfsThe division provides administrative support, technical assistance and training to local school-based Family Resource and Youth Services Centers (FRYSC). The primary goal of these centers is to remove non-academic barriers to learning as a means to enhance student academic success.
    Executive
  • Department for Family Resource Centers and Volunteer Services
    275 E. Main St. 3C-G
    Frankfort, KY 40621
    Tel: (502) 564-4986
    serveky, serve, chfsThe FRYSC division provides administrative support, technical assistance and training to local school-based family resource and youth services centers. These centers help connect students and their families to needed services as a way to remove nonacademic barriers to learning and enhance student academic success.
    Executive
  • Division of Family Support
    275 E. Main St. 3E-I
    Frankfort, KY 40621
    Tel: (502) 564-3440
    dcbs, chfsThe Division of Family Support (DFS) is responsible for administering several programs including electronic benefit transfer (EBT) cards/food stamps, Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP), Kentucky Transitional Assistance Program Aid (K-TAP) and Medicaid programs.
    Executive
  • Fayette County
    200 E. Main St
    Lexington, KY 40507
    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; 40577
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  • Fayette County Clerk
    162 E. Main Street
    Lexington, KY 40507
    Tel: (859) 253-3344
    fayette county clerk; fayette county licenses
    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.
    Local
  • Fayette County Sheriff's Office
    150 N. Limestone
    Suite 265
    Lexington, KY 40507
    fayette sheriff; fayette county
    Provides information and resources from paying property taxes to learning more about community programs.
    Local
  • Federal Government

    federal government; usa
    USA.gov makes it easy for the public to get U.S. government information and services on the web. USA.gov also serves as the catalyst for a growing electronic government.
    Executive
  • Division of Field Services
    101 Cold Harbor Drive
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 782-8549
    cot, oisd, finance, administration
    Access computing services available from COT.
    Executive
  • Kentucky Film Commission
    100 Airport Road
    2nd Floor
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 892-3197
    The Kentucky Office of Film and Development was created to encourage the film and entertainment industry to choose locations in the Commonwealth of Kentucky for filming of motion picture or entertainment productions. The office administers the Kentucky Film and Entertainment Industry Incentive Program and is a resource to producers and filmmakers who have questions about filming in Kentucky.
    Executive
  • Finance and Administration Cabinet
    Room 383, Capitol Annex
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-4240
    finance cabinet
    Finance and Administration is, in many ways, a hub for all state government operations. Its wide-ranging duties include policy development, procurement of goods and services, the maintenance of state-owned facilities, and employee training--to name just a few.
    Executive
  • Office of Financial Audits
    209 St. Clair St
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-5841
    auditorThe Office of Financial Audits protects taxpayer resources by conducting audits of state agencies, fiscal courts, sheriff's, county and circuit clerks, special districts, education cooperatives and other entities that manage public funds. Our auditors help identify and eliminate risks to public resources, protecting the taxpayers' interest in our government.
    Executive
  • Department of Financial Institutions
    1025 Capital Center Drive, Suite 200
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 573-3390
    financial institutions governance
    The Department is responsible for the supervision and regulation of various industries that perform services for the citizens of Kentucky.
    Executive
  • Office of Financial Management
    702 Capital Ave.
    Capitol Annex Room 076
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-2924
    finance, administrationThe Office of Financial Management's statutory requirements include analyzing and managing short-term and long-term cash flow requirements and much more.
    Executive
  • Division of Financial Standards and Examination
    215 West Main St
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-3630
    insurance
    The Financial Standards and Examination Division's main objective is to ascertain whether or not each insurance company and health maintenance organization authorized to do business in Kentucky is financially sound and statutorily solvent in accordance with Kentucky Insurance Laws and Regulations.
    Executive
  • Division of Fire Prevention
    101 Sea Hero Rd.
    Suite 100
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 573-0382
    fire prevention, Office of the State Fire Marshal
    The Division of Fire Prevention, Office of State Fire Marshal, enforces various codes to ensure that all public structures, facilities, and regulated vehicles are maintained in such a manner that all occupants and users of these facilities will be protected from fire, explosion, or other similar hazard.
    Executive
  • First Lady
    700 Capitol Ave Frankfort
    Suite 102
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-2611
    Executive
  • Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources
    1 Sportsman's Lane
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-3400
    fish and wildlife; fishing license; huntingTake a look around and learn about conservation, wildlife, hunting, fishing and outdoor recreation in the state. We want you to enjoy Kentucky, naturally.
    Executive
  • Division of Fleet Management
    369 Warsaw Street
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-2260
    state fleet management; fleet, finance, administrationThe Division of Fleet Management provides technical and administrative services as well as procurement support for state vehicle fleet administration. The division manages the state motor pool and provides comprehensive vehicle maintenance and repair services.
    Executive
  • Fleming County
    100 Court Square
    Flemingsburg, KY 41041
    Tel: (606) 845-8801
    Fleming county; 41039; 41037; 41049; 41041; 41081; 41093; 41065Fleming 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.
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  • 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; 41603Located 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.
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  • Forensic Laboratory System
    100 Sower Blvd. Suite 102
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-5230
    The Division of Forensic Services is responsible for coordinating and managing activities of the Central Laboratory, Eastern Laboratory, Northern Laboratory, Southeast Laboratory, Jefferson Laboratory, Western Laboratory and Electronic Crime Branches.
    Executive
  • Division of Forestry
    300 Sower Blvd
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-4496
    division of forestry; state forestry; forestryThe mission of the Kentucky Division of Forestry (KDF) is "to protect, conserve and enhance the forest resources of the Commonwealth through a public informed of the environmental, social and economic importance of these resources."
    Executive
  • Franklin County
    321 West Main Street
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 875-8751
    Franklin county; 40621; 40622; 40619; 40620; 40602; 40601; 40603; 40618; 40604
    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.
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  • Fulton County
    2216 Myron Cory Drive
    Suite 1
    Hickman, KY 42050
    Tel: (270) 236-2594
    Fulton county; 42050; 42041
    Welcome to Fulton County, where the Mississippi River, the CNRR Mainline and I-69 all come together.
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  • Gallatin County
    200 Washington Street
    PO Box 144
    Warsaw, KY 41095
    Tel: (859) 567-5691
    Gallatin; 41095; 41086; 41046Welcome to Gallatin County, Kentucky! Derived from Franklin and Shelby Counties, Gallatin County was established in 1798 as Kentucky's 33rd county.
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  • Garrard County
    15 Public Square, Suite 3
    Lancaster, KY 40444
    Tel: (859) 792-3531
    Garrard county; 40461; 40446; 40410; 40444
    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.
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  • Office of General Counsel
    702 Capitol Ave., Suite 392
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-6660
    finance, administration
    The Office of General Counsel provides legal advice on all issues, coordinates and reports on the work of the other two legal offices and serves as a legal liaison to the Governor’s legal counsel.
    Executive
  • Office of General Counsel
    657 Chamberlin Avenue
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-3070
    The Office of General Counsel provides legal representation and advice to the Secretary of Labor and other cabinet personnel with regard to the administration and enforcement of Kentucky Revised Statutes Chapters 207 (Equal Opportunities), 336 (Labor Cabinet), 337 (Wage & Hour, Prevailing Wage), 338 (Occupational Safety & Health), 339 (Child Labor), 342 (Workers’ Compensation Special Fund & Kentucky Coal Workers’ Pneumoconiosis Fund), 345 (Collective Bargaining of Firefighters), and 67C.400-418 (Collective Bargaining for Police Officers).
    Executive
  • Division of Geographic Information
    669 Chamberlin Avenue
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-6231
    state mapping, GIS, Maps, Division of Geographic Information, map, Geographic Information Systems, LiDAR, elevation, aerial, aerial photography, kygeonet, Kentucky Geographic Network, geospatial, kyfromabove, OGI, DGI, COT, office of technology
    The Division of Geographic Information (DGI) is responsible for the maintenance of the Commonwealth’s enterprise Geographic Information Systems (GIS) services, on-going support of the Kentucky Geography Network, and oversight of the KYFromAbove Program. DGI also serves as a liaison to Federal, State, and Local GIS entities.
    Executive
  • Board of Registration for Professional Geologists
    911 Leawood Drive
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-3296
    geologist license
    The purpose of the Board of Registration for Professional Geologists is to administer and enforce the statutory authority and to monitor the needs of the consuming public. The Board examines and licenses all eligible candidates for entry into the profession as a Professional Geologist. It recommends appropriate changes in the law to assure fairness and equality.
    Executive Board
  • Governor
    700 Capital Avenue
    Suite 100
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-2611
    governorMatt Bevin, Kentucky's Governor, is the Chief Executive of many cabinets, agencies and offices that help make Kentucky a better place to live, work, and enjoy.
    Executive
  • Governor's Scholars Program
    1024 Capital Center Drive
    Suite 210
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 573-1618
    GSP, governor's scholar programThe Governor's Scholars Program strives to enhance Kentucky's next generation of civic and economic leaders and to create models of educational excellence for teachers and students.
    Executive
  • Governor's School for the Arts
    501 W. Main Street
    Louisville, KY 40202
    Tel: (502) 566-5192
    The Governors School for the Arts provides hands-on arts opportunities for the states talented high school students who are dancers, actors, instrumental and vocal musicians, creative writers, future architects or visual artists.
    Executive
  • Grant County
    101 N Main St #3
    Williamstown, KY 41097
    Tel: (859) 823-7561
    Grant county; 41010; 41030; 41035; 41052; 41097; 41054
    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.
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  • 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; 42088
    Graves County has a rich history and strong commitment to its future development.
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  • Grayson County
    10 Public Square
    Leitchfield, KY 42754
    Tel: (270) 259-3159
    Grayson county; 42755; 42712; 42726; 42721; 42762; 40119; 42754
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  • Grayson County Clerk
    10 Public Square
    Leitchfield, KY 42754
    Tel: (270) 259-3201
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  • Kentucky Green & Healthy Schools
    300 Sower Boulevard, 4th Floor
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-5937
    Kentucky Green & Healthy Schools (KGHS) is a project-based program that uses the entire school building and grounds as a learning laboratory for students. All grade levels of any public or private schools are invited to join KGHS!
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  • Green County
    203 West Court Street
    Greensburg, KY 42743
    Tel: (270) 932-4024
    Green county; 42782; 42743; 41169; 41144; 41174; 41183; 41175; 41139; 41121
    Welcome to Green County’s website!  Green County is a rural community located in South Central Kentucky.
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  • Greening Kentucky
    500 Mero Street
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-5525
    Working towards a sustainable commonwealth. View programs and initiatives the Commonwealth of Kentucky has created to help make the Bluegrass State more “green.”
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  • Kentucky Guard eMuseum
    100 Minuteman Parkway
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 607-1246
    The Mission of the KYNG eMuseum is to gather, preserve and make publicly accessible photographs, publications and articles that document the rich military heritage of Kentucky and the distinguished service of thousands of Kentuckians in the National Guard.
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  • Division of Guardianship
    275 E. Main St. 3E-E
    Frankfort, KY 40621
    Tel: (502) 564-2927
    dail, aging, independent living, chfsIn Kentucky, guardianship is a legal relationship between a court-appointed adult who assumes the role of guardian for a ward. A ward is a person who has been declared legally disabled by the court and is no longer able to care for his or her personal and/or financial needs. A guardian may be a friend or family member who is willing to care for the disabled individual. If there is no one willing to care for the disabled person, the court will appoint the Cabinet for Health and Family Services as the state guardian.
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  • Hancock County
    225 Main Cross Street
    Hawesville, KY 42348
    Tel: (270) 927-8137
    Hancock county; 42364; 42348; 472368; 42351
    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.
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  • 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; 40162
    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.
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  • City of Hardinsburg
    220 S Main St
    P.O. Box 149
    Hardinsburg, KY 40143-0149
    Tel: (270) 756-2213
    HardinsburgHardinsburg 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.
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  • 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; 40824
    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.
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  • Harrison County
    111 S. Main St., Ste 201
    Cynthiana, KY 41031
    Tel: (859) 234-7136
    Harrison county; 41003; 41031
    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.
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  • Hart County
    P.O. Box 277
    Munfordville, KY 42765
    Tel: (270) 524-2751
    Hart county; 42713; 42765; 42746; 42749; 42722; 42729
    Hart County contains miles of scenic country ranging from sultry river bottoms to gently rolling hillsides to steep knobs and hidden hollows.
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  • City of Hartford
    116 E. Washington Street
    Hartford, KY 42347
    Tel: (270) 298-3612
    HartfordOur 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.
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  • Health Alerts
    275 E. Main St.
    Frankfort, KY 40621
    Tel: (502) 564-3970
    public, health, chfsThe Kentucky Health Alerts Web site is maintained by the Cabinet for Health and Family Services to provide a one-stop source connecting Kentuckians to the latest information during the influenza season and on other breaking health threats or issues.
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  • Cabinet for Health and Family Services
    275 E. Main St.
    Frankfort, KY 40621
    Tel: (502) 564-5497
    health, family services; chfsThe Cabinet for Health and Family Services is the state government agency that administers programs to promote the mental and physical health of Kentuckians and support Kentucky's families.
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  • Division of Health and Life
    215 West Main St
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-3630
    insurance
    Health Insurance Policy and Managed Care Division regulates admitted insurance companies and HMOs.
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  • Division of Health Care
    275 E. Main St. 5E-A
    Frankfort, KY 40621
    Tel: (502) 564-7963
    secretary, nursing home, inspections, chfsThe Division of Health Care is responsible for inspecting, monitoring, licensing and certifying all health care facilities as defined by KRS 216B.015 (13). The division also is responsible for investigating complaints against health care facilities, facility plans review and developing regulations.
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  • Office of Health Data and Analytics
    275 E. Main St. 4W-E
    Frankfort, KY 40602
    Tel: (502) 564-7940
    ohda, chfsDivision of Health Benefit Exchange – administers qualified health plans on the state based market using the federal platform. Division of Health Information – oversees the Kentucky Health Information Exchange for clinical records and public health registries. Division of Analytics – serves as the center of excellence for health and human services statistical analysis, generative analytics and evaluation/monitoring metrics. Request data reports and analyses and public data sets from the Division of Analytics.
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  • Board for Specialists in Hearing Instruments
    911 Leawood Drive
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-3296
    hearing aids; hearing professionals
    The purpose of the Board of Hearing Instrument Specialists is to administer and enforce the statutory authority and to monitor the needs of the consuming public. The Board examines and licenses all eligible candidates for entry into the profession of Hearing Instrument Dispensing. It recommends appropriate changes in the law to assure fairness and equality.
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  • Division of Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning
    101 Sea Hero Rd.
    Suite 100
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 573-0395
    hvacThe mission of the Division of Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) is to protect the lives and property of the citizens of the Commonwealth of Kentucky through regulation and licensing of the industry and to ensure the skills and knowledge of HVAC contractors and journeymen by means of continuing education.
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  • Kentucky Board of Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning Contractors
    101 Sea Hero Rd., Suite 100
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 573-0395
    Executive Board
  • Henderson County
    20 N Main Street
    Henderson, KY 42420
    Tel: (270) 631-7242
    Henderson county; 42458; 42419; 42402; 42406; 42452; 42451; 42420; 42457
    Henderson County is known as the “Gateway to Southern Hospitality” and this loving spirit is very evident in our community.
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  • Henry County
    PO BOX 202
    New Castle, KY 40050
    Tel: (502) 845-5707
    Henry; 40070; 40007; 40050; 40011; 40055; 40057; 40068;40036; 40058; 40019; 40075
    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.
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  • Henry County Clerk
    PO Box 615
    27 South Property Road
    New Castle, KY 40050
    Tel: (502) 845-5705
    henry; county; clerk; new castle;
    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.
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  • Kentucky Heritage Council
    The Barstow House
    410 High Street
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-7005
    heritage councilThe mandate of the Kentucky Heritage Council is to identify, preserve, and protect the cultural resources of Kentucky.
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  • City of Heritage Creek
    8700 Justice Way
    Louisville, KY 40229
    Tel: (502) 239-2336
    The 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.
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  • Kentucky Heritage Land Conservation Fund
    300 Sower Blvd
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 573-2886
    land conservation, KHLCF
    Established in 1994, KHLCF provides funding for preserving and conserving natural areas that possess unique features such as, areas that are a habitat for rare and endangered species, areas important to migratory birds, areas that perform important natural functions that are subject to alteration or loss, and areas to be preserved in their natural state for public use, outdoor recreation and education.
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  • Hickman County
    110 East Clay Street
    Suite E
    Clinton, KY 42031
    Tel: (270) 653-2131
    Hickman county; 42031; 42032
    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).
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  • Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority
    100 Airport Road
    PO Box 798
    Frankfort, KY 40602-0798
    Tel: (502) 696-7200
    higher education; kentucky higher education, kheaaKHEAA is a public corporation and governmental agency and instrumentality of the Commonwealth established in 1966 to improve students' access to higher education.
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  • Kentucky Higher Education Student Loan Corporation
    P.O. Box 24328
    Louisville, KY 40224
    Tel: (888) 678-4625
    kheslc, finance, administrationExpedite the processing of forbearances, deferments, repayment plans and other requests by submitting your completed applications, and any other relevant documentation, using our new "Document Upload" feature.
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  • Division of Highway Design
    200 Mero Street
    Frankfort, KY 40622
    Tel: (502) 564-3280
    Find standards and policies relating to highway design from this division.
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  • Office of Highway Safety
    200 Mero Street
    4th Floor
    Frankfort, KY 40622
    Tel: (502) 564-1438
    Drive Smart provides statewide check-up events, technician classes and educational presentations throughout the year.
    Executive
  • Department of Highways
    200 Mero Street
    Frankfort, KY 40622
    Tel: (502) 564-4890
    511
    Find important highway information here.
    Executive
  • Division of Historic Properties
    401 Wapping Street
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-0900
    historic places; historic properties, finance, administration
    The Division of Historic Properties is responsible for the management, maintenance and preservation of all state-owned historic properties.
    Executive
  • Kentucky Historical Society
    100 W. Broadway
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-1792
    historical society
    The Kentucky Historical Society engages people in the exploration of the Commonwealths diverse heritage.
    Executive
  • City of Hodgenville
    200 S Lincoln Blvd
    Hodgenville, KY 42748
    Tel: 270-358-3832
    Hodgenville
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  • Board of Home Inspectors
    656 Chamberlin Avenue,
    Suite B
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-7760
    The Kentucky Board of Home Inspectors administers and enforces statutory requirements, examines and certifies all eligible candidates for entry into the profession of home inspection. The board conducts formal hearings when necessary and prosecutes by due process any violators of KRS 198B.700 - KRS 198B.738.
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  • Kentucky Office of Homeland Security
    200 Mero Street
    Frankfort, KY 40622
    Tel: (502) 564-2081
    homeland securityThe Office of Homeland Security is charged with leading the Commonwealth's coordination and collaboration efforts with public and private preparedness partners to ensure a Ready and Prepared Kentucky.
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  • Hopkins County
    56 North Main Street
    Madisonville, KY 42431
    Tel: (270) 821-8294
    Hopkins county; 42431; 42441l; 42440; 42408; 42436; 42464; 42453; 42442; 42413; 42410Hopkins 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.
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  • Kentucky Horse Park
    4089 Iron Works Pike
    Lexington, KY 40511
    Tel: (859) 233-4303
    Dedicated to man's relationship with the horse, the park features two outstanding museums, twin theaters and nearly 50 different breeds of horses.
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  • Kentucky Horse Racing Commission
    4063 Iron Works Parkway
    Building B
    Lexington, KY 40511
    Tel: (859) 246-2040
    the racing commission, horse racing commissionThe Kentucky Horse Racing Commission (KHRC) is an independent agency of state government charged with the responsibility of regulating the conduct of horse racing and pari-mutuel wagering on horse racing and related activities within the Commonwealth of Kentucky. The KHRC is a leader in both the safety and integrity of the sport as well as the welfare of the horse.
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  • Department of Housing, Buildings and Construction
    101 Sea Hero Rd., Ste. 100
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 573-0365
    housing
    Regulates all construction of buildings through enforcement of building and fire codes, including: elevators, boilers, manufactured housing, hazardous materials, electrical installations, and plumbing.
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  • Department of Human Resource Administration
    501 High St
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-7571
    personnelThe Department of Human Resources Administration oversees the administration of the Commonwealth's employment application process; creates and issues employment registers; performs state payroll functions; maintains employee personnel records; and manages the classification and state compensation system and the statewide Performance Management Program.
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  • Office of Human Resource Management
    275 E. Main St. 5C-D
    Frankfort, KY 40621
    Tel: (502) 564-7770
    secretary, ohrmBuilding and sustaining a positive work environment for all Cabinet employees.
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  • Office of Human Resource Management
    200 Mero Street
    Frankfort, KY 40622
    Tel: (502) 564-4610
    The Office of Human Resource Management comprises three divisions: Personnel Management, Employee Relations, and Professional Development and Organizational Management. Through these divisions, the office oversees the administration of personnel records, employee benefits, payroll records, Employee Performance Evaluation Program, structural reorganizations, KYTC Policy Manuals Program, and KYTC Forms Program. The office also provides employee training workshops, secures safe and healthful work environments for employees, and ensures regulatory compliance pertaining to personnel-related matters.
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  • Division of Human Resources
    702 Capital Avenue
    Room 188, Capitol Annex
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-7233
    finance, administrationThe Division of Human Resources manage and coordinate personnel, payroll, employee benefits, and performance functions for the Finance and Administration Cabinet and agencies attached to the Governor's Office. Among other services, the Division coordinates new employee orientation, trainings, Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA), employee insurance, sick leave sharing assistance, worker’s compensation, and employee performance evaluations for Finance and Administration Cabinet employees.
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  • Kentucky Commission on Human Rights
    332 W. Broadway
    14th Floor
    Louisville, KY 40202
    Tel: (502) 595-4024
    human rights
    Our mission is to eradicate discrimination in the Commonwealth through enforcement of the Kentucky Civil Rights Act.
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  • Kentucky Humanities Council
    206 East Maxwell Street
    Lexington, KY 40508
    Tel: (859) 257-5932
    humanities
    Telling Kentucky's Story.... Our pride, Our glory.  Our popular living history Kentucky Chautauqua dramas will introduce your community to a dozen people who made Kentucky great.
    Executive
  • Department for Income Support
    730 Schenkel Lane
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-7941
    child support; dis, chfsThe Child Support Enforcement program helps parents and legal guardians of minor children with enforcement of child support obligations, court orders and collections of support from noncustodial parents. Disability Determination Services makes disability determinations on behalf of the commissioner of the U.S. Social Security Administration for residents of Kentucky. Using federal guidelines and regulations, program staff works to determine applicant eligibility for both Supplemental Security Income and Social Security Disability Income.
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  • Office of Income Taxation
    501 High Street
    Frankfort, KY 40601-2103
    Tel: (502) 564-4581
    dor, finance, administration, revenue
    Information and forms for individual income taxes.
    Executive
  • City of Inez
    Main Street
    P.O. Box 540
    Inez, KY 41224
    Tel: (606) 298-4602
    Located 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.
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  • Office of Information Technology
    200 Mero Street
    Frankfort, KY 40622
    Tel: (502) 564-8900
    ​​The Office of Information Technology (OIT) manages electronic communications resources for the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet and coordinates technology re​quests to the Commonwealth Office of Technology. OIT functions include software application development, database design, website administration and design, Geospatial Information Systems (GIS), and Computer-Aided Design and Drafting (CADD) support.
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  • Kentucky Infrastructure Authority
    1024 Capital Center Drive
    Suite 340
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 573-0260
    infastructure planning, kiaThe Kentucky Infrastructure Authority (KIA), under the Office of the Governor and administratively attached to the Department for Local Government (DLG), provides financial help in the way of grant and loan assistance to communities for water and wastewater needs.
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  • Office of Inspector General
    275 E. Main St. 5E-A
    Frankfort, KY 40621
    Tel: (502) 564-2888
    inspector general, secretary, oig, chfsThe Inspector General's Office is responsible for conducting audits and investigations for detecting the perpetration of fraud or abuse of any program by any client, or by any vendor of services with whom the cabinet has contracted.
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  • Office of Inspector General
    609 Wilkerson Blvd.
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-1985
    The Office of Inspector General is dedicated to provide accurate and impartial investigative support to cabinet management and to serve as liaison with the law enforcement community.
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  • Office of Inspector General
    657 Chamberlin Avenue
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-1985
    The Office of Inspector General (OIG) serves to increase accountability and oversight of the Labor Cabinet, to assist in improving agency operations, and to identify and deter fraud, waste, abuse and other improper conduct relating to Cabinet operations and programs.
    Executive
  • Office of Inspector General
    700 Louisville Rd.
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-0501
    Fighting waste, corruption, fraud, and abuse in the Transportation Cabinet
    Executive
  • Department of Insurance
    P.O. Box 517
    Frankfort, KY 40602
    Tel: (502) 564-3630
    department of insurance
    Regulates property, casualty, life, and health insurance companies operating in the state through the control of coverage and market practices; administers testing and issuance of licenses to agents; and procures state insurance for state-owned properties.
    Executive
  • Division of Insurance Fraud Investigation
    P.O. Box 517
    Frankfort, KY 40602
    Tel: (502) 564-1461
    insuranceThe mission of the Division of Insurance Fraud Investigation is to protect the Commonwealth through conducting fair and impartial criminal investigations, and other related activities for the purpose of deterring insurance fraud.
    Executive
  • Internal Investigations Branch
    125 Holmes Street
    First Floor
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-6688
    public safety; justiceThe mission of the Internal Investigations Branch is to serve the citizens of the Commonwealth of Kentucky by receiving and investigating certain limited allegations involving abuse of juveniles committed to, or in the custody of, the Department of Juvenile Justice and investigating administrative violations within the Justice and Public Safety Cabinet as determined by the Cabinet Secretary.
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  • Kentucky International Convention Center
    221 South 4th St.
    Louisville, KY 40202
    Tel: (502) 595-4381
    convention centers
    The Kentucky International Convention Center (KICC) offers 200,125 sq ft of continuous Class A exhibit space as well as a 40,000 sq foot ballroom with LED color changing lights. In addition, 52 reimagined meeting rooms and 175 seat tiered conference theatre makes KICC a top tier convention center and a must- see business hub.
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  • Board of Interpreters for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing
    911 Leawood Drive
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-3296
    interpreters
    The purpose of the Board of Interpreters for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing is to administer and enforce the statutory authority and to monitor the needs of the consuming public. The Board licenses all eligible candidates for entry into the profession of Interpreting. It recommends appropriate changes in the law to assure fairness and equality.
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  • City of Irvington
    109 W. Caroline Street
    Irvington, KY 40146
    Tel: (270) 547-3835
    IrvingtonWe 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.
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  • Office of IT Architecture and Governance
    669 Chamberlin Avenue
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-7576
    cot, OIAG, finance, administrationThe Office of IT Architecture and Governance (OIAG) provides the governance and guidance necessary to ensure that a cohesive IT strategy, and the enabling technologies, are designed and deployed.
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  • Office of IT Services and Delivery
    100 Minuteman Parkway
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 782-3795
    cot, OISD, finance, administrationOISD directly oversees the Operations and Monitoring Branch which is responsible for providing 24x7x365 system monitoring of core network infrastructure and enterprise applications to ensure high performance, stability and availability.
    Executive
  • Jackson County
    P.O. Box 175
    McKee, KY 40447
    Tel: (606) 287-8562
    Jackson county; 40402; 40434; 40486; 40488; 40451
    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.
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  • Jefferson County
    527 W Jefferson Street
    Louisville, KY 40202
    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 Jefferson county was formed in 1780 and named for future President Thomas Jefferson, who was Governor of Virginia at the time.
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  • Jefferson County Clerk
    527 W. Jefferson Street
    Louisville, KY 40202
    Tel: (502) 574-5700
    Automobiles 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.
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  • Jessamine County
    101 North Main Street
    Nicholasville, KY 40356
    Tel: (859) 885-4500
    Jessamine county; 40390; 40339, 40356; 40340
    Welcome to Jessamine County!
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  • 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; 41256
    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.
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  • Johnson County Sheriff's Office
    Paintsville, KY
    Tel: (606) 789-3411
    Local
  • Judicial Form Retirement System
    Suite 302, Whitaker Bank Building
    305 Ann Street
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-5310
    Judicial Retirement Plan, Legislators Retirement PlanThe Judicial Form Retirement System is the state agency charged with the administration of the Judicial Retirement Plan and the Legislators Retirement Plan.
    Judicial
  • Justice and Public Safety Cabinet
    125 Holmes Street
    Frankfort, KY 40601-2108
    Tel: (502) 564-7554
    public safety cabinet; justice
    The Justice and Public Safety Cabinet is the state entity responsible for criminal justice services.
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  • Department of Juvenile Justice
    1025 Capital Center Drive
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 573-2044​​
    juvenile justiceThe Department's vision is to be an organization of well-trained professionals dedicated to the positive development of youth who contribute to safe and caring communities.
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  • KCHIP State Plan
    275 E. Main St. 6W-D
    Frankfort, KY 40621
    Tel: (502) 564-6880 ext. 2010
    kchip, health insurance, dms, chfsThe State Plan is the officially recognized statement describing the nature and scope of Kentucky Medicaid's Children's Health Insurance (KCHIP) program. The Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP) was signed into law in 1997 and provides federal matching funds to states to provide health coverage to children in families with incomes too high to qualify for Medicaid, but who can't afford private coverage. All states have expanded children's coverage significantly through their CHIP programs, with nearly every state providing coverage for children up to at least 213 percent of the Federal Poverty Level (FPL).
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  • 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; 41016
    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.
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  • Kentucky Bar Association
    514 W. Main Street
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-3795
    kentucky bar association; bar associationThe Kentucky Bar Association is an independent agency of the Supreme Court of Kentucky. Its authority to regulate the legal profession in Kentucky, delegated by the Kentucky Supreme Court through rules, is derived from the Kentucky Constitution. Currently, the KBA serves approximately 18,720 active and inactive Kentucky licensed attorneys.
    Judicial
  • Kentucky Sheriffs' Association
    , KY
    sheriff's association
    Local
  • Kids' Health (KCHIP)
    275 E Main St
    Frankfort, KY 40621
    Tel: (877) 524-4718
    Children, Health, KCHIP, chfshe Kentucky Children's Health Insurance Program (KCHIP) is free or low-cost health insurance for children younger than 19 without health insurance. Children in families with incomes less than 213 percent of the federal poverty level are eligible. A family is considered a child or children and the natural, adoptive or step parents residing in a household. Due to changes in the Affordable Care Act, effective Jan. 1, 2014, KCHIP eligibility is determined using the Modified Adjusted Gross Income and family size based on the tax filing unit of the household.
    Executive
  • 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; 41822
    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.
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  • 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 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.
    Local
  • Office of KY Business One-Stop
    , KY
    Tel: (502) 782-7819
    cot, OKBOS, finance, administrationThe Office of KY Business One-Stop is responsible for project management, analysis, and application development support for the Kentucky Business One Stop (KBOS) Program.
    Executive
  • Kentucky Foster Adoptive Caregiver Exchange System (KY FACES)
    275 E. Main Street, 3C-E
    Frankfort, KY 40621
    Tel: (800) 232-5437
    adopt, adoption, fostering, snap, infant, private, agency, child, abuse, neglect, ddp, chfs, home, special needs, foster, care, support, protection, report, welfare, services, dcbs, permanency, family, interventionIn Kentucky, there are 8,084 ​children in out of home care with an average age of 9.8 years. There are 1,774 children with a goal of adoption; of those 1774 children, 855 are legally free for adoption; of those 855 children, 355 children do not have identified families at this time.
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  • Labor Cabinet
    657 Chamberlin Avenue
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-3070
    labor cabinetOn our site you will be able to find information about the Kentucky Occupational Safety and Health Program, Employment Standards (Labor Laws), Workers Compensation Programs as well as Labor Management Relations and Mediation.
    Executive
  • Division of Laboratory Services
    100 Sower Blvd.
    Suite 204
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-4446
    dph, chfs
    The Division of Laboratory Services makes reliable laboratory facilities available for the protection of health in the Commonwealth.
    Executive
  • Kentucky Board of Landscape Architects
    2365 Harrodsburg Road, Suite B350
    Lexington, KY  40504
    Tel: (859) 246-2753
    landscape architects
    Find forms to renew your license.
    Executive Board
  • LaRue County
    209 West High Street
    Hodgenville, KY 42748
    Tel: (270) 358-4400
    LaRue; Hodgenville; 42748; 42716; 42764; 42757
    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.
    Local
  • 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; 40744
    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.
    Local
  • Laurel County CSEPP
    168 Substation Street
    London, KY 40741
    Tel: (606) 862-7904
    CSEPP 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.
    Local
  • Kentucky Law Enforcement Council
    521 Lancaster Avenue, Suite 401
    Richmond, KY 40475
    Tel: (859) 622-6218
    Executive
  • Law Operations Division
    5 Mill Creek Park
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-8006
    The Law Operations Division (LOPS), provides administrative support for the Kentucky Public Advocacy statewide system in order to fulfill the statutory mandate of KRS Chapter 31 of high quality representation of clients. Those duties include providing: caseload data and analysis, fiscal information, professional work environment, technology, recruitment of high quality staff, personnel actions, criminal justice issue analysis, grant application and management, payroll and health benefits, and library information services. The Division works to help defender staff operate efficiently and effectively.​ LOPS addresses all matters involving Human Resources, Information Technology and the Fiscal Brach of the Department of Public Advocacy.
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  • Lawrence County
    122 South Main Cross Street
    Louisa, KY 41230
    Tel: (606) 638-4102
    Lawrence county; Louisa; 41124; 41264; 41180; 41201; 41159; 41232; 41230; 41160
    Welcome to Lawrence County, Kentucky - a great place to live, work, play, and raise a family!
    Local
  • City of Lebanon
    240 W. Main St.
    P. O. Box 840
    Lebanon, KY 40333
    Tel: (270) 692-6272
    Lebanon
    Local
  • Lee County
    P. O. Box G
    Beattyville, KY 41311
    Tel: (606) 464-4100
    Lee county; Beattyville; 41311; 41397; 41368; 41347
    Lee County was formed in 1870.  It is located in the Eastern Coal Field region of the state.
    Local
  • Office of Legal and Records Services
    209 St. Clair St
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-5841
    auditorThe office represents the state auditor and the office's several departments in all legal matters. This office also coordinates the production, retention, distribution, and disposition of all records and reports created and maintained by the auditor's office.
    Executive
  • Office of Legal Services
    125 Holmes Street
    2nd Floor
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-7554
    justice, public safetyThe Office of Legal Services is dedicated to providing quality legal services for the Justice and Public Safety Cabinet.
    Executive
  • Office of Legal Services
    501 High Street
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-7430
    personnelThe Office of Legal Services (OLS) serves as primary representative of the Cabinet and its employees in administrative hearings and proceedings before state and federal courts. OLS is also responsible for responding to all open records requests and subpoenas in a timely manner. Additionally, OLS provides legal guidance and assistance to Executive Branch agencies on all facets of HR law and the state merit system.
    Executive
  • Division of Legal Services
    215 West Main St
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-3630
    insurance
    The Legal section conducts administrative hearings on matters ranging from rate filings to the illegal activities of agents and companies with respect to civil violations of the Kentucky Insurance Code and assists with criminal prosecution of insurance fraud.
    Executive
  • Office of Legislative and Intergovernmental Affairs
    Room 383, Capitol Annex
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 782-5701
    finance, administrationThe Office of Legislative and Intergovernmental Affairs provides executive direction and coordination of Cabinet legislative priorities. The Office is responsible for proactively pursuing the policy goals of the Administration and the Cabinet by working with members of the General Assembly and the staff of the Legislative Research Commission. The staff carefully monitors ongoing legislative activities and initiatives that affect the Cabinet and its mission.
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  • Kentucky Legislative Ethics Commission
    22 Mill Creek Park
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 573-2863
    legislature; legislative ethics
    The Kentucky Legislative Ethics Commission, independent agency of the legislative department of state government, implements Code of Conduct for General Assembly Members, registers lobbyists and their employers, and investigates complaints of Code violations.
    Legislative
  • Kentucky General Assembly, Legislative Research Commission (LRC)
    700 Capitol Ave.
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-8100
    legislature; legislative ethics
    Services that this commission provides include: committee staffing, bill drafting, oversight of the state budget and educational reform, production of educational materials, maintenance of a reference library and Internet site, and the preparation and printing of research reports, informational bulletins and a legislative newspaper.
    Legislative
  • City of Leitchfield
    314 West White Oak Street
    P.O. Box 398
    Leitchfield, KY 42755
    Tel: (270) 259-4034
    LeitchfieldLeitchfield 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.
    Local
  • 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 ,41776
    Leslie County was formed in 1878.  It is located in the Eastern Coal Field region of the state.
    Local
  • Leslie County Clerk
    22010 Main St.
    P.O. Box 916
    Hyden, KY 41749
    Tel: (606) 672-2193
    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. 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.
    Local
  • 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
    The county, founded in 1842, is named for Robert P. Letcher, Governor of Kentucky from 1840-1844.
    Local
  • Lewis County
    112 Second Street. Room 201
    Vanceburg, KY 41179
    Tel: (606) 796-2722
    Lewis county; vanceburg; 41179; 41166; 41189; 41135; 41141; 41135
    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.
    Local
  • Lewis County Clerk
    112 Second Street
    PO Box 129
    Vanceburg, KY 41179
    Tel: (606) 796-3062
    Duties 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.
    Local
  • City of Lexington
    200 E. Main St,
    Lexington, KY 40507
    Tel: (859) 425-2255
    LexingtonKnown as the "Horse Capital of the World", Lexington is the second-largest city in Kentucky and the 61st largest in the United States.
    Local
  • Kentucky State Board for the Certification of Librarians
    300 Coffee Tree Road
    P.O. Box 537
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-8300
    The State Board for the Certification of Librarians (KRS 171.240) is composed of the state librarian and five (5) members appointed by the Governor from a list submitted by the board of directors of the Kentucky Library Association.
    Executive Board
  • Kentucky Department for Libraries and Archives
    300 Coffee Tree Road
    P.O. Box 537
    Frankfort, KY 40602-0537
    Tel: (502) 564-8300
    kentucky library; state archives, kdlaThe Kentucky Department for Libraries and Archives serves Kentucky's need to know by assuring equitable access to high quality library and information resources and services and by helping public agencies ensure that adequate documentation of government programs is created, efficiently maintained and made readily accessible
    Executive
  • Lieutenant Governor
    700 Capitol Avenue
    Suite 142
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-2611
    lieutenant governorThe office of lieutenant governor of Kentucky has existed under the last three of Kentucky's four constitutions, beginning in 1797. The lieutenant governor serves as governor of Kentucky under circumstances similar to the Vice President of the United States assuming the powers of the presidency.
    Executive
  • Lincoln County
    102 East Main Street
    Stanford, KY 40484
    Tel: (606) 365-2534
    Lincoln county; stanford; crab orchard; 40442; 40437; 40419; 40448; 40489; 40484
    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.
    Local
  • Livingston County
    335 Court St.
    Smithland, KY 42081
    Tel: (270) 928-2105
    Livingston county; 42058; 42081; 42078; 42047; 42045; 42028; 42083
    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.
    Local
  • Department for Local Government
    1024 Capital Center Drive, Suite 340
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 573-2382
    department for local government
    The Department for Local Government, or DLG, provides financial help in the way of grant and loan assistance as well as advising local goverments in matters of budget, personnel and other items relevant to those entities.
    Executive
  • Division of Local Government Services
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-6879
    finance, administrationThe Division of Local Government Services provides financial, payroll, personnel, administrative and social security coverage services to Kentucky's state and local governments. The Division also directs the federal employment tax reporting program for state government agencies.
    Executive
  • Logan County
    P.O. Box 365
    200 West Fourth Street
    Russellville, KY 42276
    Tel: (270) 726-3116
    logan county; russellville; 42265; 42276; 42202; 42256; 42206
    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.[
    Local
  • Logan County Clerk
    P.O. Box 358
    Russellville, KY 42276
    Tel: (270) 726-6061
    This 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.
    Local
  • Kentucky Logistics Operation Center
    5751 Briar Hill Rd
    Lexington, KY 40516
    Tel: (502) 607-1447
    klocTo provide ready-to-wear uniforms worldwide to military members of all services, both active & reserve components
    Executive
  • Board of Licensure for Long-Term Care Administrators
    911 Leawood Drive
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-3296
    The purpose of the Kentucky Board of Licensure for Long-term Care Administrators is to administer and enforce the statutory authority and to monitor the needs of the consuming public. The board examines and licenses all eligible candidates for entry into the profession of Long-Term Care Administration. It recommends appropriate changes in the law to assure fairness and equality. The board conducts formal hearings when necessary and prosecutes by due process any violators of KRS 216A.
    Executive Board
  • Kentucky Lottery
    1011 West Main Street
    Louisville, KY 40202
    Tel: (877) 789-4532
    lottery
    Since Fiscal Year 1999, the Kentucky Lottery has provided more than a billion dollars to the Kentucky Educational Excellence Scholarship (KEES) Program, the College Access Program and the Kentucky Tuition Grants Program. From inception in 1989, the Kentucky Lottery has earned over $2.8 billion for Kentucky's state treasury.
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  • 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 Louisville is the largest city in the Commonwealth of Kentucky and the 30th-most populous city in the United States.
    Local
  • Lyon County
    P.O. Box 598
    500 West Dale Avenue
    Eddyville, KY 42038
    Tel: (270) 388-7311
    Lyon county; eddyville; 42055; 42038
    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.
    Local
  • Madison County
    Madison County Courthouse Annex
    135 W Irvine Street, 3rd Floor
    Richmond, KY 40475
    Tel: (859) 624-4700
    Madison county; 40403; 40404; 40476; 40475; 40405; 40385
    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.
    Local
  • Kentucky Magistrates and Commissioners Association
    350 Englewood Drive
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 223-5510
    Judicial
  • Magoffin County
    P.O. Box 430
    201 East Maple Street
    Salyersville, KY 41465
    Tel: (606) 349-2313
    Magoffin county
    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.
    Local
  • Magoffin County Clerk
    PO Box 1535
    Salyersville, KY 41465
    Tel: (606) 349-2216
    Magoffin county clerk; 41465; 41632; 41465; 41464; 41426
    Local
  • Maintenance Division
    200 Mero Street
    Frankfort, KY 40622
    Tel: (502) 564-4556
    transportationThe Maintenance Division comprises five distinct branches with the common goal of maintaining a safe, efficient, environmentally sound and fiscally responsible transportation system to ensure mobility and access and to promote economic growth for all citizens of the Commonwealth.
    Executive
  • Office of Management and Administrative Services
    125 Holmes Street
    Frankfort, KY 40601-2108
    Tel: (502) 564-7554
    This division handles all fiscal matters including accounting, purchasing, and payroll for the Cabinet.
    Executive
  • Marion County
    223 North Spalding Avenue, Suite 201
    Lebanon, KY 40033
    Tel: (270) 692-3451
    Marion county; 40037; 40033; 40049; 40062; 40063; 40328; 40060; 40009
    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.
    Local
  • Market Conduct Branch
    P.O. Box 517
    Frankfort, KY 40602
    Tel: (502) 564-1936
    insuranceThe Market Conduct Branch provides in-depth examinations of insurance-related entities that conduct business in Kentucky. Examiners from the Market Conduct Branch go into insurance agencies, insurance companies, etc., to examine their business practices as they relate to licensing, claims, tax payments, rates and form approval, advertising and sales aids, underwriting and rating, policyholder service, and complaint handling.
    Executive
  • Board of Licensure for Marriage and Family Therapists
    911 Leawood Drive
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-3296
    marriage therapist licensing
    The purpose of the Board of Marriage and Family Therapy is to administer and enforce the statutory authority and to monitor the needs of the consuming public. The Board examines and licenses all eligible candidates for entry into the profession of Marriage and Family Therapy. It recommends appropriate changes in the law to assure fairness and equality.
    Executive Board
  • Marshall County
    1101 Main Street
    Benton, KY 42025
    Tel: (270) 527-4750
    Marshall county; 42048; 42044; 42025; 42029
    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.
    Local
  • Martin County
    P.O. Box 309
    Inez, KY 41224
    Tel: (606) 298-2800
    Martin county; 41250; 41231; 41224; 41203; 41267; 41214; 41262
    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.
    Local
  • Martin Luther King Commission
    700 Capitol Avenue
    Suite 146
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-2611
    mlk commissionFounded in August 1992, the mission of the Martin Luther King, Jr. State Commission is to promote the principles of racial equality and nonviolent social change espoused by the late civil rights leader.
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  • Mason County
    221 Stanley Reed Court Street
    Maysville, KY 41056
    Tel: (606) 564-6706
    Mason county; 41055; 41096; 41062; 41034; 41056
    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.
    Local
  • Board of Licensure for Massage Therapy
    911 Leawood Drive
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-3296
    Massage therapist; massage license
    The Kentucky Board of Licensure of Massage Therapy regulates the licensure of Massage Therapists in the Commonwealth of Kentucky.
    Executive
  • Division of Materials
    1227 Wilkinson Boulevard
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-3160
    The Division of Materials is primarily responsible for testing and approving all ingredient materials used in the construction and maintenance of Kentucky's highways and bridges.
    Executive
  • Division of Maternal And Child Health
    275 E Main St.
    Frankfort, KY 40621
    Tel: (800) 462-6122
    maternity health; infant health, dph, chfsThe Maternal and Child Health mission is to provide leadership, in partnership with key stakeholders, to improve the physical, socio-emotional health, safety and well-being of all Kentucky women, infants, children, adolescents and their families.
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  • McCracken County
    300 S. 7th Street
    Paducah, KY 42003
    Tel: (270) 444-4769
    McCracken county; 42086; 42053; 42001; 42002; 42003
    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.
    Local
  • McCracken County Commonwealth Attorney
    301 South 6th St
    Paducah, KY 42003
    Tel: (270) 575-7402
    Paducah, McCracken, 42003
    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.
    Local
  • 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; 42635
    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.
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  • McLean County
    210 Main Street
    P.O. Box 127
    Calhoun, KY 42327
    Tel: (270) 273-3213
    McLean county; 42350; 42327; 42371; 42352; 42372; 42322
    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.
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  • Meade County
    516 Hillcrest Drive
    Brandenburg, KY 40108
    Tel: (270) 422-3967
    Meade county; 40142; 40155; 40108; 40161; 40104; 40157; 40117
    Meade County highlights everything that's great about rural living, but with all the benefits and amenities offered by larger urban settings.
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  • Office of Medicaid Fraud and Abuse Control
    1024 Capital Center Drive, Suite 200
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 696-5405
    attorney general​The Office of the Attorney General believes that every patient in a nursing home, Medicaid facility, or personal care home deserves to be treated with dignity and respect and should be free from patient abuse, neglect or exploitation. Instances of abuse will be investigated, and when appropriate, prosecuted.
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  • Department for Medicaid Services
    275 E. Main St. 6W-A
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-4321
    medicaid, dms, chfsOur mission is to responsibly purchase quality healthcare and related services that produce positive outcomes for persons eligible for programs administered by the Department.
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  • Office of the State Medical Examiner
    10511 LaGrange Road
    Louisville, KY 40223
    Tel: (502) 489-5209
    Recognized as national leaders in their respective fields, the Kentucky State Medical Examiner's Division staff assists Kentucky coroners in all aspects of death investigations.
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  • Kentucky Board of Medical Imaging and Radiation Therapy
    42 Fountain Place
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 782-5687
    medical imaging, radiology
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  • Board of Medical Licensure
    310 Whittington Parkway
    Louisville, KY 40222
    Tel: (502) 429-7150
    medical licensing
    The Kentucky Board of Medical Licensure is responsible for safeguarding and promoting the public welfare by ensuring that licensure qualifications and standards of medical and osteopathic physicians are met and that appropriate disciplinary action is taken when violations of the Medical Practice Act occur.
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  • Division of Member and Provider Services
    275 E. Main St. 6W-A
    Frankfort, KY 40621
    Tel: (502) 564-4321
    dms, chfsMedicaid offers a number of different programs and services depending on the type of Medicaid you are eligible for and your particular medical needs.
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  • Menifee County
    12 Main Street
    P.O. Box 105
    Frenchburg, KY 40322
    Tel: (606) 768-3482
    Menifee county; 40316; 40322; 40387; 40346
    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.
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  • Mercer County
    207 W. Lexington St.
    P.O. Box 426
    Harrodsburg, KY 40330
    Tel: (859) 734-6300
    Mercer county; 40372; 40330; 40310
    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.
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  • Mercer County Health Department
    900 N. College Street
    Harrodsburg, KY 40330
    Tel: (859) 734-2229
    Out 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.
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  • Metcalfe County
    P.O. Box 149
    Edmonton, KY 42129
    Tel: (270) 432-3181
    Metcalfe county; 42154; 42214; 42166; 42129; 42124
    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.
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  • Department of Military Affairs
    100 Minuteman Pkwy
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 607-1713
    military affairsOur mission is to provide highly trained, appropriately resourced and properly equipped professionals and unique services required to successfully meet state and federal missions worldwide.
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  • Commission on Military Affairs
    700 Capitol Avenue
    Suite 105
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-2611, ext. 302
    kentucky military affairs; military affairs commissionBuilding on Kentucky's strong military heritage, we envision a preeminent partnership between the Commonwealth and the nation's security interests that yields economic and cultural benefits for all Kentuckians.
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  • City of Milton
    10179 Hwy 421 North
    Milton, KY 40045
    Tel: (502) 268-5224
    MiltonThe 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.
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  • Division of Mine Permits
    300 Sower Blvd
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-2320
    mine permits
    The Commonwealth of Kentucky has primacy for the regulation and oversight of surface coal mining activities conducted within the state.
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  • Division of Mine Reclamation and Enforcement
    300 Sower Blvd
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 782-6770
    An important aspect of our environmental regulatory program is the acknowledgement of excellence in mining and reclamation activities.
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  • Division of Mine Safety
    300 Sower Boulevard
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 573-0140
    eec, mine safety, licensingThe mission of the Division of Mine Safety (DMS) is to ensure all coal miners in the Commonwealth are provided with a safe working environment; to provide effective education and training to coal miners to foster safe work practices; and to ensure that statutes and regulations regarding coal mining are enforced fairly and consistently throughout the Commonwealth.
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  • Mine Safety Review Commission
    132 Brighton Park Blvd.
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 573-0316
    mine safety
    Recognizing that the highest priority and concern of the Commonwealth must be the health and safety of the coal industry's most valuable resource, the miner, resulted in the creation of the Mine Safety Review Commission.
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  • Governor's Office of Minority Empowerment
    700 Capitol Avenue
    Suite 138
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-2611
    minority resources
    Our mission is to work for the success of minorities throughout the Commonwealth of Kentucky by promoting self-sufficiency through education and training and ensuring equal access to jobs and economic development thus improving the quality of life for all Kentuckians.
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  • Monroe County
    200 North Main Street
    Suite C
    Tompkinsville, KY 42167
    Tel: (270) 487-5505
    Monroe; 42167; 42157; 42133; 42140; 42151
    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.
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  • Montgomery County
    44 West Main Street
    P.O. Box 690
    Mount Sterling, KY 40353
    Tel: (859) 498-8707
    Montgomery county; 40337; 40353
    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.
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  • Morgan County
    450 Prestonsburg Street
    West Liberty, KY 41472
    Tel: (606) 743-3898
    Morgan county; 41413; 41408;41352; 41421; 41472; 41477; 41425; 41451
    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.
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  • City of Mortons Gap
    P.O. Box 367
    Mortons Gap, KY 42440
    Tel: (270) 258-5362
    Mortons 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.
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  • Division of Motor Carriers
    200 Mero Street
    Frankfort, KY 40622
    Tel: (502) 564-1257
    Learn what permits you will need for operating a commercial vehicle in Kentucky.
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  • Motor Vehicle Commission
    200 Mero Street
    3rd Floor
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 573-1000
    motor, dmv, drive, license, transportationThe Kentucky Motor Vehicle Commission is responsible for: - Licensing motor vehicle dealers, salespersons, manufacturers, distributors, and their representatives pursuant to KRS Chapter 190. - Providing consumer protection by investigating complaints against dealerships in regards to purchasing a vehicle and dealer failing to transfer to the customer. Customer trading in a vehicle and dealer failing to take it out of their name. Dealer plate and temporary tag usage. We do not handle matters of restitution. - Issuing​ administrative citations to dealers who fail to comply with the laws governing motor vehicle sales. - The Kentucky Motor Vehicle Commission meets the second Friday of each month at 9:00 a.m. located at 200 Mero Street 1st Floor Frankfort, Kentucky. - NOTICE: The Commission no longer requires background checks for sales people as a part of the application process.
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  • Muhlenberg County
    P.O. Box 137
    Greenville, KY 42345
    Tel: (270) 338-2520
    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.
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  • City of Muldraugh
    202 Wendell Street
    Muldraugh, KY
    Tel: (502) 942-2824
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  • Kentucky National Guard
    100 Minuteman Parkway
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 607-1713
    national guard; kentucky national guardThe Kentucky National Guard is comprised of nearly 8,000 Soldiers and Airmen in the Army National Guard and the Air National Guard, which are components of the United States Army and the United States Air Force, respectively.
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  • Kentucky Native American Heritage Commission
    The Barstow House
    410 High Street
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-7005
    native-american
    All Kentuckians will recognize, appreciate and understand the significant contributions Native Americans have made to Kentucky's rich cultural heritage.
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  • Department of Natural Resources
    300 Sower Blvd
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-6940
    natural resources; natural resources commissioner
    The Commissioner provides guidance on cabinet and department policy and oversight to the divisions; and coordinates department partnerships.
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  • Kentucky State Nature Preserves Commission
    801 Teton Trail
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 573-2886
    KSNPC's staff botanists, zoologists, ecologists, land managers and data managers work with others to protect our natural heritage and educate Kentuckians about its importance.
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  • 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; 40052
    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.
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  • Division of Network Services
    101 Cold Harbor Drive
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-4601
    cot, oisd, finance, administrationThe Division of Network Services is charged with providing effective, efficient, and secure data, voice, and video communications infrastructure for all of state government. Our goal is to minimize the risk of communications disruptions to business critical data/systems; thus enabling an organization’s workforce to become more productive.
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  • City of New Haven
    302 Center Street
    P.O. Box 98
    New Haven, KY 40051
    Tel: (502) 549-3177
    New HavenThe 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.
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  • Nicholas County
    125 E. Main Street
    Carlisle, KY 40311
    Tel: (859) 289-3725
    Nicholas; 406350; 40311
    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.
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  • Board of Nursing
    312 Whittington Parkway
    Louisville, KY 40222
    Tel: (502) 429-3300
    nursing; nursing license
    The job of this board is to protect public health & welfare by development & enforcement of state laws governing the safe practice of nursing.
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  • City of Oakland
    101 Main St
    Oakland, KY 42159
    Tel: (270) 996-9097
    nitially 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.
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  • Division of Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) Compliance
    657 Chamberlin Avenue
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-3535
    The Division of Compliance is responsible for the enforcement of Kentucky's Occupational Safety and Health Standards. Safety compliance officers and industrial hygienists inspect workplaces to assure there are no hazardous conditions that would threaten the health or safety of workers.
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  • Division of Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) Education and Training (KY SAFE)
    657 Chamberlin Avenue
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-4087
    We are seeking an environment where employees can complete their work day and go home uninjured, as healthy as when they started the work day. To accomplish this, it is essential to increase awareness of the services that the Kentucky Occupational Safety and Health Division of Education and Training offers, to provide FREE safety and health training to more employers and employees and provide FREE confidential safety and health consultation services to facilities and organizations or groups requesting those services.
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  • Board of Occupational Therapy
    911 Leawood Drive
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-3296
    occupational therapy; occupational therapy license
    The purpose of the Board of Occupational Therapy is to administer and enforce the statutory authority and to monitor the needs of the consuming public. The Board examines and licenses all eligible candidates for entry into the profession of Occupational Therapy. It recommends appropriate changes in the law to assure fairness and equality.
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  • Department of Occupations and Professions
    911 Leawood Drive
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-3296
    The Kentucky Division of Occupations and Professions provides administrative and fiscal management, technical support and advice to  regulatory boards in the complex system of occupational licensing.
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  • Ohio County
    130 E. Washington Street,
    Suite 209
    Hartford, KY 42347
    Tel: (270) 298-4400
    Ohio county; 42370; 42369; 42333; 42349; 42347; 42343
    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.
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  • Ohio County Clerk
    301 South Main St.
    Suite 201
    Hartford, KY 42347
    Tel: (270) 298-4422
    The 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.
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  • Division of Oil and Gas
    300 Sower Blvd
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 573-0147
    The mission of the Division of Oil and Gas is to regulate the crude oil and natural gas industry in the Commonwealth; protect the correlative rights of mineral owners, fresh water zones and minable coal seams; and conserve and protect oil and gas reserves in Kentucky.
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  • Oldham County
    100 West Jefferson St.
    Suite 4
    La Grange, KY 40031
    Tel: (502) 222-9357
    Oldham county; 40032; 40014; 40056; 40031; 40026; 40077Oldham 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.
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  • City of Olive Hill
    225 Roger Patton Drive
    Olive Hill, KY 41164
    Tel: (606) 286-0585
    Our 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.
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  • Office of the Ombudsman
    275 E. Main St. 1E-B
    Frankfort, KY 40621
    Tel: (502) 564-5497
    secretary, ombudsman, chfs
    Office of the Ombudsman answers questions about CHFS programs, investigates client complaints and works with CHFS management to resolve them. The Office of the Ombudsman advises CHFS management about patterns of complaints and recommends corrective action when appropriate.
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  • Office of the Ombudsman
    401 High St
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-6816
    The Personnel Cabinet ombudsman serves as a liaison and resource for employees and agencies across state government in need of information or guidance. While specific expertise lies in human resource practices, a wide range of questions or needs can be addressed by the ombudsman.
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  • Board of Ophthalmic Dispensers
    911 Leawood Drive
    Frankfort, KY  40601
    Tel: (502) 564-3296
    opthalmic dispensers
    The purpose of the Board of Ophthalmic Dispensers is to administer and enforce the statutory authority and to monitor the needs of the consuming public. The Board examines and licenses all eligible candidates for entry into the profession of Ophthalmic Dispensing. It recommends appropriate changes in the law to assure fairness and equality.
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  • Board of Optometric Examiners
    2365 Harrodsburg Road
    Suite A240
    Lexington, KY 40504-3333
    Tel: (859) 246-2744
    optometric examiners; optometry license
    The Kentucky Board of Optometric Examiners consists of five (5) members appointed by the Governor.  Four (4) members are practicing optometrists well grounded in the practice of optometry and one (1) citizen at large who is not associated with the practice of optometry.
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  • Kentucky Oral History Commission
    100 W. Broadway
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-1792
    kohcFrom tenant farmers and lay midwives to political leaders and nationally acclaimed authors, the Kentucky Oral History Commission (KOHC), administered by Kentucky Historical Society, reaches across the state to record and preserve the diverse stories that are a part of Kentucky’s rich and colorful history. Nationally, KOHC is the only state commission committed to statewide oral history documentation through granting programs and outreach.
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  • Owen County
    100 North Thomas St
    Owenton, KY 40359
    Tel: (502) 484-3405
    Owen county; 40355; 40359; 40363Welcome 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.
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  • Owsley County
    P.O. Box 749
    Booneville, KY 41314
    Tel: (606) 593-6202
    Owsley county; 41314; 41351; 41364; 41386
    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!
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  • Department of Parks
    2 Hudson Hollow Road
    Unit 1
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-2172
    Our state park system includes 52 parks and historic sites and one interstate park with facilities for meetings and conferences, fine accommodations, camping, golf, education and much more.
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  • Kentucky Parole Board
    125 Holmes Street
    Frankfort, KY 40601-2108
    Tel: (502) 782-2356
    parole boardThe Kentucky Parole Board consists of diverse, experienced, and committed professionals who are honored to serve the citizens of the Commonwealth of Kentucky. The nine full time members conducted 20,429 hearings/reviews in FY 12/13 including parole and revocation hearings for convicted felons as well as a minimal number of youthful offender hearings. Public safety is paramount to the parole board.
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  • Board of Licensure for Pastoral Counselors
    911 Leawood Drive
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-3296
    The purpose of the Board of Licensure for Pastoral Counselors is to administer and enforce the statutory authority and to monitor the needs of the consuming public. The board certifies all eligible candidates for entry into the profession as a pastoral counselor. It recommends appropriate changes in the law to assure fairness and equality. The board conducts formal hearings when necessary and prosecutes by due process any violators of KRS 335.600 to 335.699.
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  • Pendleton County
    233 Main St
    Falmouth, KY 41040
    Tel: (859) 654-4321
    Pendelton county; 41006; 41033; 41040
    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.
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  • Pendleton County Sheriff's Office
    202 Chapel Street
    Falmouth, KY 41040
    Tel: (859) 654-4511
    Pendelton sheriffSheriff 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.
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  • Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts
    501 West Main Street
    Louisville, KY 40202
    Tel: (502) 562-0100
    Center for the Arts; ArtsThe mission of The Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts is to lead and enrich the artistic, educational and economic vitality of the region by providing unparalleled programming and cultural events. As an integral member of the Kentucky Tourism, Arts, and Heritage cabinet, The Center, along with the other agencies seek to preserve and promote the history, heritage and arts of the Commonwealth.
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  • Perry County
    P. O. Box 210
    481 Main Street, 1st Floor
    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
    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.
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  • Personnel Board
    1025 Capital Center Dr
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 695-5799
    personnel board
    The  Personnel Board was established to safeguard the "merit system" for state government employees and to serve as an impartial adjudicator of employee-employer disputes for state government.
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  • Personnel Cabinet
    501 High Street
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-7430
    personnel
    The Personnel Cabinet's mission is to take care of state government employees as well as those seeking employment with the state. It is responsible for managing and enhancing the workplace for all state workers in Kentucky.
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  • Board of Pharmacy
    State Office Building Annex, Suite 300
    125 Holmes Street
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-7910
    pharmacy license; pharmacy board
    The Kentucky Board of Pharmacy serves the Commonwealth  to promote, preserve, and  protect the public health, safety, and welfare through effective regulation of the practice  of Pharmacy.
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  • Board of Physical Therapy
    312 Whittington Parkway
    Suite 102
    Louisville, KY 40222
    Tel: ​​(502​) 429-7140
    physical therapy board; physical therapy license
    This Board licenses all physical therapist and physical therapist assistants for the Commonwealth of Kentucky. This site has information helpful in applying for a license, newsletters, history of the Board and other information.
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  • 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
    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.
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  • Division of Planning
    200 Mero Street
    Frankfort, KY 40622
    Tel: (502) 564-7183
    Find information on highway plans in your area.  This site will also guide you through the state's scenic byways.
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  • Office of Planning and Management
    209 St. Clair St
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-5841
    auditorThe office provides administrative services for the Auditor of Public Accounts. This office has the responsibility for preparing and managing the biennial budget for the auditor's office. In addition to budgetary oversight, this office is responsible for all personnel matters, accounts receivable and payable, and the office's physical plant. The Office of Planning and Management also coordinates all information technology initiatives undertaken by the auditor's office.
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  • Division of Plumbing
    101 Sea Hero Rd.
    Suite 100
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 573-0397
    Division of Plumbing is charged by Kentucky Revised Statute Chapter 318 to: Conduct examinations; License master and journeyman plumbers; Review and approve plans for construction on all buildings serving the public, whether they are publicly or privately owned; Issue plumbing construction permits; Inspect installations to assure compliance with the Kentucky State Plumbing Code.
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  • Board of Podiatry
    999 Finney Road
    Glasgow, KY 42142
    Tel: (270) 834-8932
    podiatry board; podiatry license
    The Board of Podiatry is an independent self-funded agency whose purpose is to protect the public by administering and enforcing the statutes and regulations concerning the practice of Podiatry.
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  • Office of Policy and Audit
    702 Capital Avenue
    Capitol Annex Room 493
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-7236
    finance, administration
    The Finance and Administration Cabinet's Division of Administrative Policy and Audit provides guidance to agencies on pre-audit and post-audit policy and records management.
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  • Office of Policy and Budget
    275 E. Main St. 5W-A
    Frankfort, KY 40621
    Tel: (502) 564-6746
    secretary, chfs
    The Police and Budget group provides consultation and support to agencies and works to ensure all CHFS contracts meet Cabinet and other government standards.
    Executive
  • Governor's Office for Policy and Management
    702 Capitol Avenue
    Room 284, Capitol Annex
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-7300
    state budget; budget directorThe Governor's Office for Policy and Management is responsible for the preparation of the Executive Budget as well as the implementation and oversight of the Budget of the Commonwealth as enacted by the General Assembly.
    Executive
  • Division of Policy and Operations
    275 E. Main St. 6W-D
    Frankfort, KY 40621
    Tel: (502) 564-6890
    dms, chfsIncludes oversight of various programs including Breast and Cervical Cancer Treatment Program, Intermediate Care Facilities for Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities, Disproportionate Share Hospital Services, Nursing Facilities Services, Presumptive Eligibility for Pregnant Women, and Psychiatric Residential Treatment Facilities.
    Executive
  • Governor's Office for Policy and Research
    702 Capitol Avenue
    Room 284, Capitol Annex
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-7300
    state budget; budget directorThe Governor's Office for Policy Research (GOPR) performs research and analysis on public policy issues important to the Commonwealth.
    Executive
  • Division of Postal Services
    1230 Wilkinson Blvd.
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-9434
    finance, administration
    The Department for Administration's Division of Postal Services operates within the Finance and Administration Cabinet, and serves through five mail rooms approximately 125 state cabinets and agencies.
    Executive
  • Council on Postsecondary Education
    1024 Capital Center Drive
    Suite 320
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 573-1555
    postsecondary education; postsecondary councilThe council coordinates change and improvement in Kentucky's postsecondary education system as directed by the 1997 Kentucky Postsecondary Education Improvement Act.
    Executive
  • Post-Trial Division
    5 Mill Creek Park
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-8006
    The Post-Trial Division advances fair process and liberty In Kentucky’s criminal justice system, DPA’s Post-Trial Division serves the critical function of identifying and seeking the correction of mistakes that affect someone’s life or liberty. Post-Trial Division attorneys will be there to provide important representation after the completion of a trial case, whether it is handling appeals as guaranteed by our state constitution, litigating post-disposition challenges for juvenile clients on issues related to the fact, duration or conditions of confinement, representing adult inmates in post-conviction challenges to their convictions, or representing persons who have been wrongly accused to obtain exonerations.
    Executive
  • Powell County
    P.O. Box 506
    Stanton, KY 40380
    Tel: (606) 663-2834
    Powell county; 40312; 40376; 40380
    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.
    Local
  • Division of Prevention and Quality Improvement
    275 E. Main St.
    Frankfort, KY 40621
    Tel: (502) 564-3970
    dph, chfsThe Kentucky Department for Public Health (DPH) Division of Prevention and Quality Improvement (DPQI) is the cornerstone of state public health efforts to address chronic disease through prevention and assuring health care access for the underserved population. The DPQI includes both the Chronic Disease Prevention Branch and the Health Care Access Branch, bridging the gap from research, discovery, and development to delivery to improve the health status of Kentuckians.
    Executive
  • City of Princeton
    206 E. Market St.
    Princeton, KY 42445
    Tel: 270-365-9575
    PrincetonPlan 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!
    Local
  • Board of Licensure for Private Investigators
    911 Leawood Drive
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-3296
    The Kentucky Board of Licensure for Private Investigators promotes, preserves and protects the public safety and welfare through effective regulation of the practice of private investigations. The Kentucky Board of Licensure for Private Investigators accomplishes this mission through the examination, testing, and licensing of prospective private investigators; regulation and discipline of all licensed private investigators; and through appropriate communication of information and laws pertaining to the practice of private investigations in Kentucky.
    Executive Board
  • Division of Probation and Parole
    275 East Main Street
    Health Services Building
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-4221
    ​The mission of the Division of Probation and Parole is the enhance public safety and promote offender reintegration in the community through proactive supervision and referral to community based resources.
    Executive
  • Office of Procurement Services
    702 Capitol Ave.
    Capitol Annex Room 096
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-4510
    finance, administration
    The Division of Material and Procurement Services offers a number of materials and tools to assist customers with Commonwealth procurement activities.
    Executive
  • Board of Licensure for Professional Art Therapists
    911 Leawood Drive
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-3296
    art therapists; art therapist license
    The purpose of the Board of Professional Art Therapy is to administer and enforce the statutory authority and to monitor the needs of the consuming public. The Board examines and licenses all eligible candidates for entry into the profession of Art Therapy. It recommends appropriate changes in the law to assure fairness and equality.
    Executive Board
  • Board of Professional Counselors
    911 Leawood Drive
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 782-8803
    counselor certification
    The purpose of the Board of Professional Counselors is to administer and enforce the statutory authority and to monitor the needs of the consuming public. The Board examines and licenses all eligible candidates for entry into the profession as a Professional Counselor. It recommends appropriate changes in the law to assure fairness and equality.
    Executive Board
  • Division of Professional Services
    200 Mero Street
    3rd Floor
    Frankfort, KY 40622
    Tel: (502) 564-4555
    Executive
  • Division of Program Integrity
    275 E. Main St. 6E-A
    Frankfort, KY 40621
    Tel: (502) 564-5472
    dms, chfsThe Program Integrity Division is responsible for guarding against fraud, abuse and deliberate misuse of Medicaid program benefits by individual providers and recipients; ensuring that Medicaid recipients receive necessary medical care at a level of quality consistent with that available to the general population; assuring provider and recipient compliance with federal and state Medicaid rules and regulations.
    Executive
  • Division of Program Management
    200 Mero Street, 6th Floor East
    Frankfort, KY 40622
    Tel: (502) 564-3388
    The Division of Program Management processes state and federal funding programming documents and prepares the KYTC Highway Plan (SYP) and KYTC Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (STIP). The division also maintains the Cabinet's Oracle SYP Preconstruction Status System and the KYTC Project Managers Toolbox. Other duties performed by the division include creating special ad hoc reports and exhibit maps.
    Executive
  • Division of Program Quality and Outcomes
    275 E. Main St. 6C-C
    Frankfort, KY 40621
    Tel: (502) 564-9444
    dms, chfsThe division measures, analyzes and reports health outcomes of Kentucky Medicaid members. The Division also oversees managed care organizations (MCOs) to ensure compliance with all federal and state regulations and contract provisions.
    Executive
  • Division of Program Services
    300 Sower Blvd., 4th Floor
    Frankfort, KY 40621
    Tel: (502) 564-3140​
    Access services available through the Office of Vocational Rehabilitation
    Executive
  • Office of Project Management
    120 Glenns Creek Road
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 782-7998
    cot, consulting, finance, administrationThe Office of Project Management (OPM) is responsible for overseeing large and/or critical information technology projects across the executive branch, with the goal of mitigating risk while averting avoidable delays that could lead to increased spending.
    Executive
  • Division of Property and Casualty
    215 West Main St
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-3630
    property resources, insurance
    The Property and Casualty Division regulates admitted property and casualty insurers through review of coverages and marketing practices.
    Executive
  • Office of Property Valuation
    501 High Street
    Frankfort, KY 40601-2103
    Tel: (502) 564-4581
    PVA; property value, business, individual, finance, administration, revenue
    Information, rates, and forms for property taxes for businesses.
    Executive
  • Kentucky Commission on Proprietary Education
    300 Sower Boulevard, 4th Floor
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-4185
    The Kentucky Commission for Proprietary Education was established by action of the 2012 Kentucky General Assembly; it replaced the Board of Proprietary Education. The commission is charged with licensing and regulating all proprietary schools, doing business in Kentucky, other than those that offer a four year bachelor’s degree. In addition it administers the Student Protection Fund which reimburses eligible students in the event a school closes, loses its accreditation or discontinues a program. The work of the commission is funded entirely through fees paid by licensed institutions.
    Executive
  • Office of the Prosecutors Advisory Council
    1024 Capital Center Drive, Suite 200
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 696-5500
    The nine-member Prosecutors Advisory Council (PAC) consists of the Attorney General (chairperson), three Commonwealth's Attorneys, three County Attorneys and two citizen members. All members except the Attorney General are appointed by the Governor.
    Executive
  • Board of Prosthetics, Orthotics and Pedorthics
    911 Leawood Drive
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-3296
    The purpose of the Kentucky Board of Prosthetics, Orthotics and Pedorthics is to administer and enforce the statutory authority and to monitor the needs of the consuming public. The board examines and licenses all eligible candidates for entry into the profession, and recommends appropriate changes in the law to assure fairness and equality. The board conducts formal hearings when necessary and prosecutes by due process any violators of KRS 319B.010 to KRS 319B.150.
    Executive Board
  • Protection and Advocacy Division
    5 Mill Creek Park
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-2967
    Kentucky Protection and Advocacy, a Division within the Department of Public Advocacy, protects and promotes the right of Kentuckians with disabilities through information and referral, and legal individual and systemic advocacy and education.
    Executive
  • Division of Protection and Permanency
    275 E. Main St. 3E-A
    Frankfort, KY 40621
    Tel: (502) 564-6852
    dcbs, chfsThe Division of Protection and Permanency provides consultative services and technical assistance to the service regions regarding issues of child and adult protection, guardianship and permanency for children.
    Executive
  • Board of Examiners of Psychology
    911 Leawood Drive
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-3296
    Psychologist license; psychologist board
    The purpose of the State Board of Psychology is to administer and enforce the statutory authority and to monitor the needs of the consuming public. The Board examines and licenses all eligible candidates for entry into the profession of Psychology. It recommends appropriate changes in the law to assure fairness and equality.
    Executive Board
  • Department of Public Advocacy
    5 Mill Creek Park
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-8006
    Kentucky’s statewide public defense program has 344 full-time attorneys and 155 private attorneys on contract doing conflict representation. Together, they represented 163,152 clients in Fiscal Year 2017. Our attorneys do not do this alone. They are assisted by our dedicated Alternative Sentencing Workers, Investigators, Mitigation Specialists and Office Support Professionals who serve our clients every day. We are also grateful to the public, legislators, media, judges, prosecutors and criminal justice professionals with whom we work as we strive to protect the individual liberties of our clients and as we work for solutions that serve our clients and the public.
    Executive
  • Office of Public Affairs
    275 E. Main St. 5W-A
    Frankfort, KY 40621
    Tel: (502) 564-7042
    secretary, communications, chfsThe Office of Public Affairs provides information about programs, services and other matters related to the Cabinet for Health and Family Services to the media, members of the public and employees. The office also develops news releases and other materials, including the CHFS Focus newsletter. Staff assist all Cabinet departments, offices and divisions with media relations, program marketing, resource development and Web editing.
    Executive
  • Office of Public Affairs
    401 High St
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-7430
    The Office of Public Affairs provides communication planning and marketing services for the Personnel Cabinet, promoting employee benefits, programs and services, policies, and new initiatives.
    Executive
  • Department for Public Health
    275 E Main St.
    Frankfort, KY 40621
    Tel: (502) 564-3970
    dph, chfsThe Kentucky Department for Public Health (DPH) is responsible for developing and operating state public health programs and activities for the citizens of Kentucky. The mission of DPH is to improve the health and safety of people in Kentucky through prevention, promotion and protection.
    Executive
  • Division of Public Health Protection and Safety
    275 E. Main St. HS1CB
    Frankfort, KY 40621
    Tel: (502) 564-7398
    dph, chfsThe Division of Public Health Protection and Safety includes programs related to the enforcement of public health regulations for environmental health and community safety. The Division works closely with local health departments to make sure that Kentuckians are protected from unsafe consumer products, lead hazards, unnecessary radiation exposure, unsanitary milk, adulterated and misbranded food, unsanitary public facilities, and malfunctioning sewage systems.
    Executive
  • Office of Public Information
    Room 393, Capitol Annex
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-4240
    finance, administrationThe Office of Public Information is responsible for overseeing internal and external communications, handling all media requests for information, preparing and distributing press releases, and coordinating the publication of newsletters and reports.
    Executive
  • Public Protection Cabinet
    500 Mero St.
    5th Floor
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-5525
    The Public Protection Cabinet protects Kentuckians through education, regulation and enforcement.
    Executive
  • Public Service Commission
    211 Sower Blvd.
    P.O. Box 615
    Frankfort, KY 40602-0615
    Tel: (502) 564-3940
    PSCOversees state utility companies providing electric, telecommunications, water,sewer and natural gas service to the public; ensures utilities charge fair and reasonable rates for services rendered and that services are adequate, efficient and reliable
    Executive
  • 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; 42544
    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.
    Local
  • Radcliff Veterans Center
    100 Veterans Drive
    P.O. Box 371
    Radcliff, KY
    Tel: (270) 352-6700
    veterans center, veterans affairs, radcliffRadcliff Veterans Center is a 120 bed skilled nursing facility built using the Community Living Concept design. The campus is home to four neighborhood buildings and a community support building. Each neighborhood is further broken down into three households. These spacious households are home to ten veterans who will enjoy their own private suite and bathroom. Each household has a country style kitchen/dining area along with a relaxing great room. Each household has its own separate entrance and enclosed porch and patio area for our veterans and their visitors enjoyment. The facility offers skilled nursing care and rehabilitation. Our mission is “We are committed to serving Kentucky’s veterans by fostering independence, preserving dignity and providing compassionate care.”
    Executive
  • Office of Rate Intervention
    700 Capitol Avenue, Suite 20
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 696-5453
    attorney generalThe Office of Rate Intervention serves as a watchdog for consumers in matters relating to health insurance, natural gas, water, sewer, electric and landline telephone rates. Under Kentucky law, the office is responsible for representing the interests of Kentucky consumers before governmental rate making agencies, focusing on utility cases (electric, water, telecommunications, and natural gas) before the Public Service Commission – KRS 367.150 (8) – and health insurance rate cases filed with the Department of Insurance – KRS 304.17A-095.
    Executive
  • Real Estate Appraisers Board
    35 W Irvine St # 301
    Richmond, KY 40475
    Tel: (859) 623-1658
    real estate appraisers; appraisers board; appraiser license
    This board is charged with the responsibility of protecting the public interest through regulation, examination and certification or licensure of Kentucky Real Estate Appraisers pursuant to Kentucky Revised Statutes (KRS) Chapter 324A & 201 KAR Chapter 30.
    Executive Board
  • Real Estate Commission
    656 Chamberlin Avenue,
    Suite B
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-7760
    real estate license; real estate commission
    The Commission is charged with the responsibility of protecting the public interest through regulation, examination and licensing of Kentucky real estate brokers and sales associates.
    Executive Board
  • Division of Real Properties
    403 Wapping Street
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-2014
    finance, administration
    The Division of Real Properties implements applicable statutes for the acquisition, leasing, utilization, inventory and sale or disposal of real property owned by the Commonwealth except for highway right-of-way acquisitions.
    Executive
  • Kentucky Directory of Registered Athlete Agents
    911 Leawood Drive
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-3296
    athlete agent license
    The purpose of the Kentucky Directory of Registered Athlete Agents is to administer and enforce the statutory authority and to monitor the needs of the consuming public. The Division of Occupations and Professions acts as the service of process for the directory. The division staff registers all eligible candidates for entry into the profession of athlete agents.  It recommends appropriate changes in the law to assure fairness and equality.
    Executive
  • Division of Regulated Child Care
    275 E. Main St. 5E-F
    Frankfort, KY 40621
    Tel: (502) 564-7962
    child care license, secretary, inspector general, oig, chfs
    The Division of Licensed Child Care is responsible for licensing child day care programs, residential child caring facilities and child-placing agencies.
    Executive
  • Board of Respiratory Care
    2365 Harrodsburg Rd., Suite B350
    Traditional Bank Building, 3rd Floor
    Lexington, KY 40504
    Tel: (859) 246-2747
    respiratory care license; respiratory care board
    The Kentucky Board of Respiratory Care is a government agency that regulates respiratory care practitioners and their services.
    Executive Board
  • Kentucky Retirement Systems
    Perimeter Park West
    1260 Louisville Road
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 696-8800
    kentucky retirement; state employee benefits, krs, kyret, finance, administration
    Kentucky Retirement Systems is responsible for the investment of funds and administration of benefits for over 267,000 state and local government employees in the Commonwealth of Kentucky.
    Executive
  • Department of Revenue
    501 High Street
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-3226
    DOR, finance, administration, revenue
    Our Goal is to help you access information and forms relevant to your Individual or business needs
    Executive
  • Division of Right of Way and Utilities
    200 Mero Street, 5th Floor East
    Frankfort, KY 40622
    Tel: (502) 564-3210
    The mission of this division is to provide fair and equitable treatment of citizens, professional acquisition of right of way, orderly relocation of affected families, businesses, and utilities, and safety improvements to highway railroad crossings.
    Executive
  • Kentucky River Authority
    Bush Building, Suite 105
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-2866
    finance, administrationThe Kentucky River Authority was first established by the Kentucky General Assembly in 1986 to take over operation of the Kentucky River locks and dams 5 through 14 from the United States Corps of Engineers.
    Executive
  • Robertson County
    26 Court Street
    P.O. Box 76
    Mount Olivet, KY 41064
    Tel: (606) 724-5615
    Robertson county; 41064
    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.
    Local
  • Rockcastle County
    P. O. Box 755
    Mount Vernon, KY 40456
    Tel: (606) 256-2856
    Rockcastle county; 40456; 40460; 40473; 40409; 40445; 40492
    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.
     
    Local
  • Rockcastle County Sheriff
    205 East Main Street
    Mount Vernon, KY 40456
    Tel: (606) 256-2032
    Local
  • Rowan County
    627 E Main St
    Morehead, KY 40351
    Tel: (606) 784-5151
    Rowan county; 40319; 40351; 40313; 40317
    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.
    Local
  • Department of Rural and Municipal Aid
    200 Mero Street
    6th Floor East
    Frankfort, KY 40622
    Tel: (502) 564-2060
    The Department of Rural and Municipal Aid acts as the liaison to all local governments regarding transportation needs. This Department oversees two offices; the Office of Local Programs and the Office of Rural and Secondary Roads (ORSR).
    Executive
  • Russell County
    410 Monument Square
    P.O. Box 397
    Jamestown, KY 42629
    Tel: (270) 343-2112
    Russell county; 42642; 42629
    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.
    Local
  • Division of Sales and Use Tax
    501 High Street
    Frankfort, KY 40601-2103
    Tel: (502) 564-5170
    sales tax, revenue, finance, administration
    The Division of Sales and Use Tax manages collection and administration of Sales and Use Taxes for the Department of Revenue.
    Executive
  • Kentucky Center for School Safety
    Eastern Kentucky University
    521 Lancaster Avenue, 105 Stratton Building
    Richmond, KY 40475
    Tel: (877) 805-4277
    school safetyThrough its partner agencies, the Kentucky Center for School Safety will provide training in best and promising practices with regard to supporting students, teachers, and other school and community providers.
    Executive
  • Scott County
    101 E. Main St.
    P. O. Box 973
    Georgetown, KY 40324
    Tel: (502) 863-7850
    Scott county; 40370; 40324; 40379
    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.
    Local
  • Registry for Secondary Metals Recyclers
    911 Leawood Drive
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-3296
    The purpose of the Registry for Secondary Metals Recyclers is to administer the statutory authority and to monitor the needs of the consuming public. The Office of Occupations and Professions examines and registers all eligible candidates for entry into the profession of Secondary Metals Recyclers as stated in KRS 433.900 to 433.906.
    Executive
  • Office of the Secretary
    275 E. Main St. 5W-A
    Frankfort, KY 40621
    Tel: (502) 564-7042
    Executive
  • Office of the Secretary
    Old Capitol Annex, 300 West Broadway
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-7140
    Responsible for the development and administration of executive policies and for the overall management of the agency.
    Executive
  • Office of the Secretary
    125 Holmes Street
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-7554
    The cabinet provides overall leadership, policy direction and training for its departments and agencies.
    Executive
  • Office of the Secretary
    501 High St
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-7430
    personnel
    The Office of the Secretary provides executive policy and management support to the offices/divisions of the Cabinet.
    Executive
  • Office of the Secretary
    200 Mero Street
    Frankfort, KY 40622
    Tel: (502) 564-5102
    Executive
  • Secretary of State
    700 Capital Avenue
    Suite 152
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-3490
    The Kentucky Secretary of State oversees business filings in the state, public notary commissions, election information and much more.
    Executive
  • Office of Senior Protection
    1024 Capital Center Drive, Suite 200
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 696-5300
    attorney generalThe Office of Senior Protection was established to protect senior citizens. The office is responsible for administering and offering a variety of services and training to equip senior Kentuckians, and collaborating senior stakeholders in protecting seniors against fraud, scams and financial exploitation.
    Executive
  • Division of Service Regions
    275 E. Main St. 3C-A
    Frankfort, KY 40621
    Tel: (502) 564-3703
    dcbs, chfsProvides Health and Family Services to these regions: Cumberland, Eastern Mountain, Northeastern, Northern Bluegrass, Jefferson, Salt River Trail, Southern Bluegrass, The Lakes, and Two Rivers covering all counties in Kentucky.
    Executive
  • Shelby County
    501 Main Street, Suite 15
    Shelbyville, KY 40065
    Tel: (502) 633-1220
    Shelby county; 40003; 40065; 40022; 40067; 40076; 40066
    Nestled in the heartland of the Bluegrass, Shelby County is known as the “Saddlebred Capital of the World.”  Fields abound with hundreds of beautiful horses and agricultural endeavors. But don’t be fooled - strategically and geographically located on I-64 between Lexington and Louisville, Shelby County is the perfect place to establish your residence or business.
    Local
  • Simpson County
    P.O. Box 242
    Franklin, KY 42135
    Tel: (270) 586-7184
    Simpson county; 42134; 42135
    Simpson County is a progressive community where good things are happening. Our booming little city is just the right place to work and raise a family without sacrificing the values of the small town environment. Job growth has continued over the last decade and our agricultural economy remains strong, upholding our rural heritage.
    Local
  • Simpson County Clerk
    103 West Cedar Street
    PO Box 268
    Franklin, KY 42134
    Tel: (270) 586-8161
    Simpson county clerkThe Simpson County Clerk's Office provides a number of services to the citizens of Simpson County. This web site is designed to assist you by answering frequently asked questions, outlining procedures for many of the transactions processed by the clerk's office, and providing the ability to download forms that you may need. Our goal is to provide friendly and courteous service, and to make it easier for you to do business with the county clerk's office.
    Local
  • Kentucky Skills U (Adult Education)
    1024 Capital Center Drive
    Suite 250
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 573-5114
    The mission of Kentucky Adult Education is to prepare our students for college and career readiness by delivering a world-class education
    Executive
  • Commission on Small Business Advocacy
    Old Capitol Annex 300 West Broadway
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-7140
    The KCSBA provides resources to help small businesses navigate the regulatory and bureaucratic processes of starting and running a business.
    Executive
  • Small Business Ombudsman
    657 Chamberlin Avenue
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-3219
    The Labor Cabinet Small Business Ombudsman is responsible for responding to inquiries from small businesses on administrative regulation and other regulatory matters and providing information regarding the procedure for submitting comments on administrative regulations as provided by KRS 13A.270(1).
    Executive
  • Board of Social Work
    125 Holmes Street, Suite 310
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-2350
    social work board; social work license
    The purpose of the Board of Social Work is to administer and enforce the statutory authority and to monitor the needs of the consuming public. The Board examines and licenses all eligible candidates for entry into the profession of Social Work. It recommends appropriate changes in the law to assure fairness and equality.
    Executive Board
  • Office of Special Prosecutions
    1024 Capital Center Drive, Suite 200
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 696-5337
    attorney generalThe Office of Special Prosecutions directly prosecutes criminal cases to keep our communities safe. We serve as lead prosecutor where we have primary jurisdiction or local prosecutors have a conflict, and assist other prosecutors in particularly complex or sensitive cases.
    Executive
  • Board of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology
    911 Leawood Drive
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 564-3296
    pathology license; audiology license
    The purpose of the Board of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology is to administer and enforce the statutory authority and to monitor the needs of the consuming public. The Board examines and licenses all eligible candidates for entry into the profession of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology. It recommends appropriate changes in the law to assure fairness and equality.
    Executive Board
  • Spencer County
    12 W. Main Street
    P.O. Box 397
    Taylorsville, KY 40071
    Tel: (502) 477-3205
    Spencer county; 40071; 40046Rich in history and located in the heart of the Bluegrass, Spencer County has the best of the country while only minutes from Louisville, Shelbyville, Bardstown and Lexington, Kentucky.
    Local
  • Spencer County Clerk
    P.O. Box 544
    2 West Main
    Taylorsville, KY 40071
    Tel: (502) 477-3215
    Spencer county
    Local
  • State Fair Board
    937 Phillips Lane
    Louisville,  40209
    Tel: (502) 367-5000
    state fair
    As an agency of the Commerce Cabinet, the Kentucky State Fair Board operates two of the largest convention and trade show facilities in the state - the Kentucky Fair & Exposition Center and the Kentucky International Convention Center - located in Louisville, Kentucky.
    Executive
  • Department of Kentucky State Police
    919 Versailles Rd.
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 782-1800
    state policeSince being established in 1948 by act of the Legislature of the Commonwealth of Kentucky, the Kentucky State Police has defined itself as a professional, detailed and efficient law enforcement agency dedicated to preserving law and order for the protection of its citizens.
    Executive
  • Division of State Risk & Insurance Services
    209 St. Clair, 5th Floor
    Frankfort, KY 40602
    Tel: (502)564-6055
    finance, administrationThe Division of State Risk and Insurance Services provides and procures cost effective insurance for state owned property, vehicles, mobile equipment, and liability risk exposures. Additionally, this division provides state-wide risk management services and procures Public Official Bonds, Commercial Liability, Sickness/Accident insurance policies, Aviation policies and various liability policies to state agencies, universities, and Kentucky Community and Technical College Systems.
    Executive
  • Kentucky State University
    400 East Main St
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Tel: (502) 597-6000
    college; k stateInspiring innovation. Growing leaders. Advancing Kentucky.
    Executive