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Fitness Facility Grand Re-opening

During this past winter, the Bowling Green Parks and Recreation Fitness Facility located at 225 East Third Avenue suffered roof damage due to a heavy winter storm with approximately 12 inches of snow. Equipment from the facility was immediately moved to our large Parks and Rec Conference room and discounted rates were offered to patrons […]

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Adult fall volleyball is starting soon! A variety of leagues for all levels of play will be offered on a first-come first-served basis. A deposit of half the total fee must be submitted by the registration deadline and the balance is due the first game. Registration deadline is August 3rd and play begins at various […]

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City Hall Renovations

Under the guidance of Mayor George T. Wilson (1903-1909), the City began to build City Hall at 10th & College in 1907. Construction on City Hall was completed in 1908. City Hall has been the seat of city government ever since, with the exception of when the building was vacated during the extensive renovation of […]

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Fire Department Recent News

Water Rescue (pictures are from BGFD Water Rescue Training): Last week, four young adults in their 20’s (two guys and two girls) were down at the river below Weldon Peete Park in the evening. Three of them decided to go for a swim. The river was out of its banks and up in the trees. […]

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Many people in the City of Bowling Green are familiar with the Citizens Police Academy (CPA) hosted by the Bowling Green Police Department each year. The CPA is an 11 week course for adults 18 years of age and over which provides an opportunity to learn first-hand about police operations through a series of classes […]

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Housing Choice Voucher Program

On Wednesday, July 1st, beginning at 7 a.m., the City of Bowling Green will issue pre-applications for the Housing Choice Voucher Program. The Housing Division office is located at 707 East Main Avenue on the bottom floor of the building. Only a limited number of pre-applications will be issued with a maximum of two per […]

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Fireworks are Coming!

Many things come to mind when thinking about the 4th of July: freedom, summer, BBQ’s, pool parties and of course, fireworks! There are those who love fireworks and those who loathe them. To help make sure that everyone has a great 4th of July holiday, the City of Bowling Green has offered some good neighbor […]

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The Annual Paul Walker Memorial Golf Tournament will take place on June 6th and 7th and is open to the public and limited to the first 100 paid players. Participants will enjoy 2 rounds of great golf with riding carts and lunch. There will be a shotgun start at 7 a.m. and 1 p.m. on […]

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Sinkholes

Bowling Green and the majority of Warren County are located in an area with the highest potential for karst activity. A karst area is defined as being an irregular limestone region with sinkholes, underground streams, and caverns, and because of this our area has very few surface streams and rivers because most of our water […]

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Summer Strolls

June 1st  2015 will mark the start of the 15th Summer Stroll Series hosted by the Neighborhood and Community Services division of the City of Bowling Green. Summer strolls are designed to create an informal setting where neighbors can walk with each other as well as City staff and elected officials in order to share […]

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