Paducah City Hall to Close For Three Weeks
By West Kentucky Star Staff
PADUCAH - Paducah City Hall located at 300 South 5th Street and other City buildings will be closed to the public effective Friday at 5 p.m.

The closure will last for three weeks with the plan to reopen to the public on December 14. This closure is based upon the directives in Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear’s executive order which outlines restrictions aimed to reduce the escalating number of COVID-19 cases. 

In addition to City Hall, other city facilities that will close their offices to the public include the Paducah Police Department, fire stations, Public Works Department, and the Parks & Recreation Department.

City services will continue; however, those needing to contact the city should use other means including phone, email, or online.

As a reminder, property tax payments are due November 30. For those who don’t want to mail the payment to the Finance Department, please use the drop-box on the front of the 5th Street side of City Hall to drop off your check or money order.

The general information phone number for city government is 270-444-8800. During normal business hours, Customer Experience Representatives take calls and assist in reaching the appropriate department or service. After hours, please leave a message.

If you need a permit through the Fire Prevention Division, call Fire Prevention at 270-444-8527.  

Information will be taken over the phone with payments through the drop-box outside the building.  Permits then will be emailed to the permit holder. Plans that need to be reviewed should be sent digitally if possible. Otherwise, contact the receiving department to make arrangements.

Published 12:21 PM, Thursday Nov. 19, 2020
Updated 10:59 AM, Friday Nov. 20, 2020



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