Cities and Communities

City of Cloverport


212 West Main Street

Cloverport, KY 40111-1399

Phone: 270-788-6632

Fax: 270-788-3751

www.cloverport.com

A Virginian, Joseph Houston, settled in the area and received a land grant from the government in 1803. He laid out the town and named it Joeville. The population continued to grow, and in 1860; Joeville became the metropolis of Breckinridge County. Later, the name was changed to Cloverport by keelboat crews because of the clover that was so abundant on its banks. In 2004, the population was 1,262.

City Hall    
Mayor Susan Hendricks 270-788-6632
City Clerk/Treasurer Kathy McCoy 270-788-6632
City Attorney Charles Mattingly III 270-756-5242
  223 South Main  
  Hardinsburg, KY 40143  
Fire Chief Jimmy Pate 270-756-6266
Main Street/Renaissance Susan Hendricks 270-788-6497
Police Chief Jeff Hendrick 270-756-6266

City Council  
Jennifer Ammons 270-788-6632
Jeff Williams 270-788-6632
Loretta Embry 270-788-6632
Jean Lee 270-788-6632
Danny Allen 270-788-6632
Danny Smiley 270-788-6632

City of Hardinsburg


P.O.Box 149

220 South Main Street

Hardinsburg, KY 40143

Phone: 270-756-2213

Fax: 270-756-2029

mayor+hardinsburg+org

Hardinsburg, the seat of Breckinridge County, began as Hardin's Station in 1780, settled by William Hardin. The post office opened in 1803 as Breckinridge Court House or Hardinsburg. The population in 2004 was 2,429.

City Hall    
Mayor Wayne Macy rwmacy+yahoo+com 270-756-2213
City Clerk/Treasurer Mary Jo Hess treasurer+hardinsburg+org 270-756-2213
City Attorney Charles Mattingly III 270-756-5242
  223 South Main  
  Hardinsburg, KY 40143  
Fire Chief Jerry Martin 270-756-2213
Police Chief Michael Robinson policechief+hardinsburg+org 270-756-2213
Public Works Director David Wakefield 270-756-9091
  P.O. Box 753  
Zoning Administrator Glen Jackson 270-756-2213

City Council  
Ruth Ann Skillman 270-756-2213
P.O. Box 149  
Hardinsburg, KY 40143  
Natalie Parker 270-756-2213
P.O. Box 149  
Hardinsburg, KY 40143  
Jim Miller 270-756-2213
P.O. Box 149  
Hardinsburg, KY 40143  
Ints Kampars 270-756-2213
P.O. Box 149  
Hardinsburg, KY 40143  
Darla Wethington 270-756-2213
P.O. Box 149  
Hardinsburg, KY 40143  
Wilma Thomas 270-756-2213
P.O. Box 149  
Hardinsburg, KY 40143  

City of Irvington


P.O.Box 374

Irvington, KY 40146

Phone: 270-547-3835

Fax: 270-547-3839

mayor+irvingtonky+org

www.irvingtonky.org

Irvington is a northeastern Breckinridge County town near the border with Meade County. It was established as a station on the Louisville/St. Louis/Texas Railroad in 1888, and named for Irvington, New York; the home of the railroad's chief engineer. A post office opened at the site in 1885 as Merino; named for the nearby Mt. Merino Seminary, and was renamed Irvington in 1888. The population in 2004 was 1,302.

City Hall    
Mayor Yvonne Kennedy 270-547-3835
City Clerk/Treasurer Lisa Ballman lisa+irvingtonky+org 270-547-3835
Assistant City Clerk Jennifer Newton 270-547-3835
City Attorney Steve Crebessa 270-668-8322
  P.O. Box 1143  
  Brandenburg, KY 40108  
Fire Chief Harold Parente 270-547-3835
  P.O. Box 374  
  Irvington, KY 40146  
Police Chief Brandon Brinkley 270-547-3835
Public Works Chris Lucas 270-547-3113

City Council  
Bruce Basham 270-547-6001
105 N. Meadow Drive  
Irvington, KY 40146  
Becky Brown 270-668-2179
P.O. Box 477  
Irvington, KY 40146  
Jamie Denner 502-744-8215
506 Oak Street  
Irvington, KY 40146  
Sophia Ditto 270-390-1460
P374 Hillview Drive  
Irvington, KY 40146  
Patricia Logsdon 270-547-9555
201 S. Meadow Drive  
Irvington, KY 40146  
Susie Pollard 270-547-4330
223 US 60 West  
Irvington, KY 40146  

Other Communities


Other communites in the county include Union Star, Stephensport, Garfield, Harned, Bewleyville, Custer, Hudson, McDaniels, McQuady, and Kingswood just to name a few. The county shares the historic community of Falls of Rough on Rough River with neighboring Grayson County and the community of Big Spring is situated on the point where three counties join: Meade, Breckinridge and Hardin.