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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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City Recognizes New Americans

The City of Bowling Green hosted a reception on May 12 to recognize those individuals who have recently become naturalized United States Citizens.  Fifty new Citizens and many guests attended this inaugural recognition led by the International Communities Liaison program in partnership with Southcentral Kentucky Community and Technical College, the International Center of Kentucky, Community […]

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Crime Stoppers

Have you ever been witness to or had information about a Crime? If so, the South Central Kentucky Crime Stoppers Program could use your help.  Crime Stoppers is a program which brings the public, the media, and the police together in the fight against crime. Those who report crimes can receive cash for their information. […]

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City of Bowling Green Zoning

The City of Bowling Green is undergoing a transformation in many of its neighborhoods.  This transformation is the result of a variety of factors over an extended period of time. Bowling Green saw tremendous growth from the nineties moving forward.  We have seen steady population increases over the past 25 years with approximately 45% growth […]

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Summer was designed to give kids a break from school and help them try new experiences and grow mentally, physically, and socially.  Whether your child wants to be introduced to new innovative games, get creative, play, learn magic, cook, fish, or explore the great outdoors, F.O. Moxley Community Center’s Summer Fun Day Camp has something […]

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Lacrosse is the oldest and fastest growing sport in North America. Lacrosse will soon be a KHSAA sponsored sport and area high schools are looking to add the sport into their curriculums. Bowling Green Parks and Recreation is also planning on playing a role in introducing the sport to potential young players through coed fundamental […]

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Large Item, Brush, & Limb Pickup

Spring has arrived and brings with it spring yard work and spring cleaning.  Often times, residents call the City regarding the disposal of large items or brush and limbs. If you reside within the City of Bowling Green limits, Scotts Waste Services provides you trash pick-up. If you have a large item to be picked up […]

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BGPD

Police officers are trained to always expect the unexpected.  We avoid using the term “routine” because even the most common, everyday police interactions such as minor automobile accidents or simple traffic violations can result in the discovery of a crime or a wanted person.  Police officers are at a disadvantage in these situations because they […]

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Bermuda Grass Green-up

Spring is in full swing and golfers are starting to hit the links, baseball is starting up and soccer season has arrived. BG Parks has Bermuda grass fields at our municipal golf courses (CrossWinds, Walker, and RiverView) and Lover’s Lane Soccer Complex. We are commonly asked, “When will the Bermuda grass green?” The answer is, […]

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