The Greatest Challenge: When tornadoes roared through our community December 11, 2021, the loss of lives and destruction of property created the greatest challenge our community has faced in modern time. This is our story of resiliency through the eyes of your City employees and other community leaders. Read Our Story

If you'd like to contribute your own personal tornado story, please email your story to Stories may be edited at the City's discretion.

Citizen Access to Public Records

Citizens may inspect and have copies made of City public records pursuant to the Kentucky Open Records Act as provided in the Kentucky Revised Statutes.

As a citizen it is my responsibility to...

Submit your request in writing or complete a Public Records Inspection Application.  Forms may be obtained from the following links:

Completed forms should be filed with the Office of City Clerk or with the specific department having possession of the records being requested.  All requests for Police records must be submitted to the Police Department.

It is the responsibility of the city to...

Receive and process Open Records Requests according to the law.  The City must respond within five business days from the receipt of the request.  In most cases the records requested will be provided for inspection.   Copies will be provided for a fee per page.  If the request is for commercial purposes, costs will vary.  In other cases, within the five day time frame, the City may indicate a need for additional time or deny some or part of the request.

If I am interested, who do I contact...

Office of City Clerk, City Hall, P.O. Box 430, 1001 College St., (270) 393-3688 or individual City departments

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