Black History Month Celebration on Feb. 15
Jessamine County’s Black History Month Celebration. “The Meeting” — a fictitious meeting between Malcom X and Dr. Martin Luther King. Saturday, February 15, at 11:00 a.m. at East Jessamine High School Auditorium. For more information please contact Dorice Brown, (859) 885-4161.
How to help the fire victims
As many of you have already heard, a fire damaged a major portion of an apartment complex in Nicholasville on Thursday, January 23. Eleven families were affected by this tragedy. To streamline the process of providing assistance to the families, several community organizations are working together to work with these families and manage donations. Click here for more information.
Camp Nelson now a National Historic Landmark
A ceremony celebrating the new National Historic Landmark designation and a plaque unveiling was held at Camp Nelson Civil War Heritage Park on January 4. State Representative Andy Barr and National Park Service representative Bill Justice were on hand. Read the article.
Your Property Taxes at Work
What happens to your Jessamine County Property Taxes after they are assessed and collected? This pie chart shows the breakdown of the distribution of funds. Click to see chart.
Heroin and your community
See the new video message from the Jessamine County Substance Abuse/ASAP workgroup. This public service announcement is sponsored by the Commonwealth of Kentucky’s Office of the Attorney General.
Board appointments and meeting schedules
Who’s on the Cemetery Board? When does the Joint Planning Commission meet? When does the Parks & Recreation Board meet? What about the Fire Board? Check out the Jessamine County Boards Page. read more »
Code of Ordinances now online
Jessamine County Fiscal Court has made the County Code of Ordinances available on line. Included are traffic code, business regulations, land usage, and more. Click here to see ordinances.