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Monthly Archive for May, 2013

Many people know that Bowling Green is “famous” for a variety of things:  the Corvette, Fruit of the Loom and WKU just to name a few. But, what many people don’t know is that Bowling Green is equally as famous in the world of Professional Disc Golf. Hidden inside many of our beautiful City parks, […]

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Summer Strolls are seasonal neighborhood events where the City’s elected officials and staff can get a first hand look at problems and opportunities by taking a stroll through your neighborhood. Next Monday, June 3rd, marks the kick-off to this year’s Summer Stroll series. The Stroll will take place at Charleston Place (Atlanta Way & Moultrie […]

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Calling 911 is an effective, fast and easy way to contact the BGPD when there is an emergency taking place that you need to report.  Always use 911 for any crime in progress such as a robbery, fight, burglary, etc.; for any life threatening situation; for any type of fire or serious medical emergency. But […]

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In this day and age, many organizations are allowing for two-way online communications with their customers and constituents. The City of Bowling Green is no exception to this, and we want your feedback and comments about services, meetings, news and more. The City offers two-way conversations through Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and our Blog. All of […]

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The weather is FINALLY getting warm, and its just in time for the City of Bowling Green Russell Sims Aquatic Center to open on Saturday May 18th.  Adults and Children of all ages will enjoy the zero depth entry, palm trees, water buckets, lemon drops, splash playground and water slides. There are also two diving boards […]

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Have you ever wanted more information about your property or any other property located in the Bowing Green/Warren County area?  Are you interested in buying or renting a new home?  The City of Bowling Green GIS online mapping application may be just what you need to obtain valuable information. To increase the usability of the […]

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IT Updates ~ Lynn Hartley

The City of Bowling Green Information Technology Department is making changes both internally and externally to allow for faster, more convenient and improved services. Internally, we have replaced an aging phone system with an up-to-date VOIP system that provides more functionality and provides a cost savings over the old system.  All of our copiers have […]

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