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2018 Fireworks!

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 […]

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Apply for your Snap Grant today!

When warm weather settles in, people in my neighborhood get outdoors for walks around the block, brats and burgers on the grill, and even some front porch sitting. I like that my neighbors know who my kids are and that I can always count on them to keep an eye out on our place when […]

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The Fiscal Year 2018/2019 budget has been approved by the Board of Commissioners and there are some great Capital Improvement projects (CIPs) coming up.  CIPS include but aren’t limited to: land or easement purchases, building improvements or construction, infrastructure such as streets, drainage, curb and gutter, etc., parks are recreation facilities improvements, and equipment purchases […]

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While we plant many trees in our City’s parks each year, a much greater portion of our urban forest is on private land.  You can contribute to our City’s vitality and improve your own landscape by planting trees.  While there is a right place for just about every tree, not every tree is a good […]

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The City of Bowling Green “We are Bowling Green” second annual photo contest has come to a close. The Judges reviewed all photos submitted and the top three winners will receive a $100 (1st place), $75 (2nd place) and $25 (3rd place) gift card to Amazon. We asked folks to take and submit pictures of […]

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This year feels like we went straight from winter to summer. The warm temperatures have folks ready to go for a swim and it won’t be long until The Russell Sims Aquatic Center is open! Opening day is scheduled for Friday, May 25th, 2018 weather permitting and folks will notice some big changes when they […]

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The voters of the City of Bowling Green decided in the 1968 to move to a City Manager form of government. There are 19 other municipal governments in Kentucky that use the City Manager form of government, out of 418 cities.  Since 1968, most Boards of Commissions have endeavored to manage the functions of the […]

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The City of Bowling Green will kick off its #BGGovToGo season with a “Star Wars” themed May the 4th Community Block Party on Friday, May the 4th from 5:00-8:00 p.m. at SOKY Marketplace, located at 636 Center Street behind SKYPAC. Wear your favorite Star Wars gear, grab your lawn chair or blanket, and come out […]

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Online Auction

The City of Bowling Green online auction is back and as always, is offering a variety of items that will rival any Flea Market.  Bidding is now open at www.govdeals.com. The City of BG regularly posts online auctions in order to sell surplus items.  A complete description and photographs of the pieces, along with instructions […]

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Household Hazardous Waste Day

Have you been holding on to old paint, chemicals, fluorescent light bulbs, oils, antifreeze or other products that cannot be disposed of easily? If so, the City of Bowling Green and Warren County have partnered to provide one day only to dispose of these items for you. The Annual Household Hazardous Waste and E-scrap Collection […]

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