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Monthly Archive for July, 2014

BG Reinvestment Area

They City of Bowling Green partnered with citizens and agencies when developing the 2014 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Consolidated Plan which includes a heavy focus on the newly identified BG Reinvestment Area. This new plan allows the City to prioritize its limited funding for the betterment of its citizens and the community as a […]

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The City of Bowling Green Parks and Recreation Department offers multiple recreation classes and leagues. This fall, there will be a new Silver Strength Class for our senior citizens and a Biddy Ball league for our youngest residents. The New Silver Strength Class will take place on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9 a.m. until 9:25 […]

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City’s Skate Park

Looking for a fun activity for you or your kids to enjoy? The City’s Skate Park is just the place. A family-friendly atmosphere and a good physical activity for everyone. Watch this week’s Update BG to learn more:

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When Neighborhood & Community Services (NCS) makes its move from the City Hall Annex up to their new location on Reservoir Hill, they’ll be joined by another division: the City’s Animal Control Officers, who are currently part of the Bowling Green Police Department. Seven-year Animal Control veteran Bill Gruszczyk will be making the move with […]

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Facebook and Twitter

Do you use social media? Are you curious about what is happening in and around the City of Bowling Green? The City of Bowling Green Facebook and Twitter Pages are a great way for folks to stay up to date about issues and events taking place in the City as well as be able to […]

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Annual Overlay Project

Have you ever wondered how it is determined which roads are paved in the City of Bowling Green? The City maintains approximately 278 miles of streets; a length which grows annually with the build-out of new subdivisions. The total number of lane miles to be paved will vary from year to year and depends largely […]

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Every two years, the City of Bowling Green takes the time to participate in the International City/County Management Association (ICMA) and National Research Center (NRC) National Citizen Survey (NCS). This survey is a low-cost citizen survey service for local governments. Residents living within the City limits of Bowling Green may receive a post card in […]

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The Evolution of the Fire Truck

Fire trucks today are an iconic symbol of the brave men and women who risk their lives to protect others. Their ladders, sirens and bright red color are a fixture in our society. But the fire truck has evolved over the last 100 plus years and there is no doubt that it will continue to […]

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