City of Nortonville News
Pioneer Family Medicine
is now OPEN!!
is now OPEN!!
Big News! Nortonville will be getting a new Urgent Care Clinic next to the Break Room!
Mayor Harvey has gotten the state to agree to repair the roads connecting the ramps to US-62 free of cost to Nortonville! Estimated repair costs would have exceeded $150,000!
City property cleanup continues with two completed and 30 more to go!
New City Hall Council Room, Door Lettering, Drop box, & Board
The City Council Room has been newly remodeled including new LED lights. New door lettering has been added to the front and side entrance of City Hall. There is also a new drop box for after hours payments and a community bulletin board has been added. Great improvements for Nortonville!
City improvements now include new flooring for the Fire Department, new pumps, valves, and sleeves in the sewer system, and new pressure pumps at Gamble Lane. A new drop box for after hours payments has also been added!
City Improvements Continue with Public Works Department
All equipment owned and used by the city has been serviced and is now fixed and in full working order. We also now have all parts and equipment commonly used around the city by the Public Works Department stockpiled.
Nortonville Public Works improvements!
The Public Works building received improvements including a new gravel lot. Click pics below to see all the new improvements.
Mayor Harvey converts sewer plant lights to LED's.
Mayor Harvey has converted all 32 bulbs at the sewer plant over to LED's. The largest bulb burning only uses 24 watts of electricity.
Mayor visits the Capitol and connects with executives.
Repairs completed at Jessie Street
Clearing Nortonville Streets of snow.
New Salem Bridge is Now OPEN!!
As of May 1st, New Salem Bridge is now open for public use. There are orange barrels on either side, which will stay in place temporarily, but the bridge has been repaired and resurfaced so residents can now use the bridge. To read the full article from SurfKY News click here.
City of Nortonville has New Bright LED's.
The City has installed new LED lights around City Hall, the Public Works Building, and the Park. As you can see from the pictures below, Nortonville residents can now use and enjoy those areas both during the day and at night because of the amount of light that the new LED's provide.