The Honorable David Jackson
City of Madisonville
67 North Main Street, Madisonville, KY 42431
Phone (270) 824-2100 | Fax (270) 821-6161
Madisonville City Website
Madisonville Tourism Information
Madisonville, located in the heart of Western Kentucky, is a great place to visit or call home. Founded in 1807, and named after President James Madison, Madisonville offers amenities of a much larger metropolitan area while still retaining its small town charm, friendly people, and a welcoming spirit. Whether traveling here on business, visiting with family and friends or just taking a break from the hustle and bustle of your busy life, Madisonville is truly "A Great Place To Be."
Dawson Springs Mayor
The Honorable Jenny Sewell
City of Dawson Springs P.O. Box 345, Dawson Springs, KY 42408
Phone (270) 797-2781 | Fax (270) 797-2221
Dawson Springs City Website
Dawson Springs Tourism Information
Friends of the Pennyrile
Pennyrile Forrest - Pennyrile Horse Camp Information
Dawson Springs, Kentucky is a "Very Special Place" - boasting a rich heritage as the "health resort of the upper south" in former days and offering a treasure trove of heritage tourism and recreation today. Located in the heart of the Pennyrile Region at the gateway of the Western Water land Region of Kentucky, the city is bordered to the south by one of the largest state forests in Kentucky, the Pennyrile State Forest, a 15,000 acre forest ready to offer a vast opportunity for adventure tourism from watching birds and wildlife to hunting, fishing, miles of equestrian, mountain bike riding and hiking trails and the newly developed Pennyrile Horse Camping Development. Also Lake Beshear features one of the best bass fishing lakes in Kentucky. Whether you seek adventure, respite, appreciation of nature's beauty, or glimpses of history, Dawson Springs has something very special in store for you.
The Honorable Mickey Demoss
City of Hanson P.O. Box 337, Hanson, KY 42413
Phone (270) 322-8521
Hanson, Kentucky has the distinction of being Kentucky's smallest historic district with a thriving art and antiques community. What we lack in size we make up for in charm and character. With the recent rehabilitation of the downtown Hanson area, our sidewalks are once again leading shoppers and visitors to our downtown stores. With architecture from the late 1870's - 1890's, what's outside is just as fantastic as the fabulous shops inside these architectural treasures. From art and antiques to biscuits and B-B-Q, Hanson Kentucky has something to offer for everyone.
The Honorable Arthur Johnson
City of Earlington 103 West Main Street, Earlington, KY 42410
Phone (270) 383-5364 | Fax (270) 383-2041
Earlington City Website
The city of Earlington is a friendly, small town with a population of 1,600. Although the city is small in number, it has a volunteer fire / rescue department, police department, utility services, many churches from which to choose, a bank, restaurant, and the Loch Mary ATV Recreational Park. Earlington is a great place to raise a family and call home.
City of Mortons Gap 102 South Main Street, P.O. Box 367, Mortons Gap, KY 42440
Phone (270) 258-5362 | Fax (270) 258-5006
Mortons Gap City Website
Close your eyes and you will think you have stepped on the site of Andy Griffith’s Mayberry RFD. Mortons Gap is roughly two square miles with a scant 400 houses and approximately 1,000 residents. The Mayor and city officials do an excellent job of keeping the town spotless, safe and friendly. The age of the residents is fairly well divided between young, middle age, and mature seniors. The town was founded back in the 1800’s. We live for the day here, building beautiful new homes among the architecture of past times. We have one of the lowest crime rates per population in the Commonwealth. We have a number of churches in town so you can practice your faith or catch a church social. Excellent schools are located within two miles. Fishing, deer hunting, turkey hunting, four-wheeling and golf are all just minutes away from downtown see: Peabody Wildlife Management Area
City of Nebo P.O. Box 39, Nebo, KY 42441
Phone (270) 249-3116
Nebo Kentucky is a very small Western Kentucky community of yet features Western Kentucky Speedway which brings competitors from all over the tri-state area with racing season April thru October.
City of Nortonville 199 South Main Street, Nortonville, KY 42442
Phone (270) 676-3384 | Fax (270) 676-7067
St. Charles Mayor
The Honorable Sheila Cates
White Plains Mayor
The Honorable Joshua Slaton
P.O. Box 399
106 NE Railroad St.
White Plains KY. 42464