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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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Arbor Day 2018

Arbor Day is a holiday in which individuals and groups are encouraged to plant and care for trees. Though usually observed in the spring, the date varies, depending on climate and suitable planting season. The idea for Arbor Day originally came from Nebraska. A visit to Nebraska today wouldn’t disclose that the state was once a treeless plain. Yet it […]

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The Loops at Lovers Lane 2nd Annual 5k Run/Walk for Abilities will take place on Sunday, April 15th, 2018 at 2 p.m., with all proceeds benefiting the local Bowling Green Special Olympics Program. Pre-registration is $25; or $30 the day of the event and all entries will receive a goody bag and t-shirt. Winners will […]

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The City of Bowling Green is inviting photographers of all ages to submit their best high resolution images celebrating our community in the Second Annual City of Bowling Green Photography Contest – We are Bowling Green! Submission entries will be accepted April 1 – April 30th! Entering is free and easy. Visit http://www.bgky.org/photo-contest-2018 to view […]

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Street Cuts

We’ve talked in the past about contacting the City, County or State for various road issues such as traffic lights, potholes or needed repairs. Today we’ll talk about the specific issue of street cuts and why they are necessary. Have you ever gone across a metal plate in the road or a hole that has […]

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Boards and Commissions

I think it’s safe to say that everyone has an opinion about local government and what should and shouldn’t be happening, but often times people don’t know how they can get involved. Below are a list of ways that you can serve or be a part of your local government. Residents can always come to […]

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Who Maintains that Road?

Have you ever been driving down a road in or around Bowling Green and you notice a problem with the road condition, traffic signal, a pot hole or a street cut? This can be frustrating for a resident and we want to make sure you know who to contact about a specific issues – as […]

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Bowling Green History

In 1792, the Kentucky territory had entered the new United States as the 15th state and in December of 1796, with the assistance of a petition by the new residents, the General Assembly passed an act, effective in March 1797, to establish Warren County; named to honor Dr. Joseph Warren, a hero of the Battle […]

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Stormwater and Bowling Green

Spring and summer rains are essential to our City, but they can also bring issues in the form of flooding and water pollution. The City of Bowling Green is always working to improve our stormwater program in order to help prevent future flooding and water quality issues. Stormwater is water that originates during rain events […]

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