City Cleanup for 2015 is the week of March 21st to March 28th. This week shall provide an opportunity for Glasgow City Residents to clean out the garage and around the house. City residents may place extra trash, large items and bagged or boxed items curbside on the same day as normal garbage pick up. Public Works Department will have extra trucks out to pick up permitted items. The trucks will come through each neighborhood only once. Have all items out by 7:00 a.m. on your regular garbage day to insure collection.

For safety reasons and to facilitate collection of the extra items please place them close to the street in an unobstructed area. Do not place next to or under trees, light poles, on trailers or against mailboxes.

Unacceptable Items include:appliances, any type of liquid, pesticides, auto batteries and parts, asbestos, tires or construction materials. Tree and shrub trimmings may be tied in small bundles for pick up. Large tree limbs whole trees or waste from having trees trimmed will not be accepted.

Residents are reminded that all small items are to be bagged or boxed. Small items that are not contained for easy loading will not be accepted.

There will be a charge for any items taken to the Landfill by residents, with the exception of appliances. Appliances are accepted all year long at the Landfill at no charge. Freon must be removed by a professional repair person before drop off.

For information on tires and used oil disposal contact: Glasgow Tire and Auto 270-651-7075, Sherfey’s Automotive Center 270-651-8713, Tractor Supply Company 270-678-8866 or Wal-Mart Automotive Center 270-678-6070.

Welcome to the City of Glasgow, Kentucky

Welcome to the City of Glasgow official website. We think you will like what you see as you look around our website and learn a bit about our community. Glasgow has the ambience and feeling of a small town, yet beneath the surface you will see a unique and vibrant community with a dedication to our neighbors, to industry, to education and to the arts and culture. Glasgow was recently ranked #10 in the Best Places in Kentucky to live by Movoto http://www.movoto.com/blog/top-ten/best-places-in-kentucky/. Glasgow is home to several major industries, a regional hospital, an extension campus of Western Kentucky University, a 1,000 + seat performing arts center, dozens of historic venues and much more. Look around.  We KNOW you will like what you see.

Wednesday, January 14, 2015

On Monday, January 12, 2015 Newly Elected Officials Glasgow Mayor Dick Doty, Barren - County Judge Executive Michael Hale made a visit to Frankfort, Kentucky  to the Cabinet for Economic Development to encourage investment and job growth in Glasgow and Barren County. While in Frankfort, Representative Johnny Bell arranged a meeting with Governor Steve Beshear. The meeting was very beneficial for Glasgow and Barren County.

Mayor Doty JE Michael Gov Beshear

Mayor Doty JE Michael Hale Gov Beshear

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