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WELCOME TO HOPKINS COUNTY, KENTUCKY


Jack Whitfield Judge Executive 2019

The friendly, hard-working residents of Hopkins County welcome you to our western Kentucky home. Come see us and discover:

- Thriving businesses, industries, and a strong entrepreneurial support network

- Excellent access to health care

- Quality education systems, from award-winning elementary schools to advanced postsecondary degrees and skills training

- An eclectic arts community, including a state-of-the-art performing arts center

- Unique shopping, festivals, events, and outdoor recreation

All this plus affordable housing and easy access to cities such as Nashville, Tennessee and Evansville, Indiana make Hopkins County a great place for young professionals, retirees, and families to live, work, and play.

Hopkins County Fiscal Court maintains an open door policy for residents to discuss any questions or issues. Be sure to check this site often for the latest news and updates from Fiscal Court, and follow us on Facebook. 

   Jack Whitfield, Jr. | (270) 821-8294


*Hopkins County Fiscal Court meets the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of each month at 10:00 AM in the Hopkins County Government Center located at 56 N Main St in downtown Madisonville. The public is encouraged to attend.

Hopkins County Fiscal Court is exploring options for increasing broadband access for residents. Information will be posted on this page as it becomes available.

In the meantime, we invite you to take our survey to let us know about Internet availability in your area. The survey is for Hopkins County residents only.

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*Broadband Survey Response Map*

 

*Cell & Radio Tower Locations*

 

Letters of Support

Madisonville-Hopkins County Economic Development Corporation

Baptist Health Madisonville

Hopkins County Regional Chamber of Commerce

Hopkins County Schools

Madisonville-Hopkins County Board of Realtors

 

Current County Franchise Agreements

Insight Communications Midwest

Mediacom

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