IN CASE OF EMERGENCY CALL 911
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Pendleton County will be accepting donations to help flooding victims in Lee County, KY. Beattyville in Lee County, where three forks of the Kentucky River come together, was hit hard by the recent flooding and could use some assistance.
In speaking with county officials there they currently have a need for the following items:
• Heavy Duty Garbage Bags
• All sorts of supplies necessary to clean up river mud
• Non-perishable food
NOTE: No clothes donations. Clothing is not needed at this time.
We will be transporting donated supplies to Lee County as soon as we can get enough donations gathered together. If you would like to help our fellow Kentuckians who are suffering from this devastation, drop off your donated items anytime at the Pendleton County Emergency Operations Center, 2275 Hwy 27 N, Falmouth (next to the High School). If you need help getting donations here, call 859-654-1930.
On behalf of those in need...thank you.
Here is a link to a video showing the serious flooding that Beattyville has experienced.
CITY OF FALMOUTH
The Falmouth Police Department is seeking applicants for position of CERTIFIED POLICE OFFICER (PATROLMAN)
Kentucky Police Officer Professional Standards Certification, successful completion of Police Academy, must possess a valid state issued driver’s license. Prior years of experience or any equivalent combination of education/experience may be considered.
City offers competitive wage and benefit package.
Deadline to apply is no later than Monday March 15TH, 2021. Applications can be found and submitted on the City of Falmouth’s website.
Executive Order 2020.1 State of Emergency
Executive Order 2020.1a Park Closure
Community HonorBanner Program
Operation Honor is a well established 501(c)3 Public Charity based in Kentucky and is very proud to present the HonorBanner Program to Pendleton County KY. The HonorBanner Program is an ambitious project: a living tribute to veterans, active duty, first responders, and law enforcement, essentially a salute to your very own Hometown Heroes who have served or are serving our Great Country or community.
Each banner will be unique and honor a specific area veteran, active duty, law enforcement and first responder. Measuring a full 24” wide by 48” high, the banners will feature his/her photo, name, branch of service and short personal message if desired. Banners will be displayed on Falmouth street utility poles throughout the community. The banners will be hung in the month of May and remain displayed through Veterans Day.
The banners will proudly display Pendleton County’s patriotism as well as a reminder of what these men and women have sacrificed for our great nation.
Banner Sponsorships are $149. Banners will be displayed for 3 (three)
consecutive years and then the family will be able to collect the banner from
the city after the program if they wish.
For more information on the HonorBanner Program, or
for ordering a banner; please visit www.operationhonor.org
The HonorBanner program is non-political and
Announcement - Changes are coming to The City of Falmouth
*** Notice to Residents Concerning Flood Insurance Claims:***
***PSC Ban Lifted***
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