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 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

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

270-756-2213P.O. Box 149
Hardinsburg, KY 40143


Ints Kampars

270-756-2213P.O. Box 149
Hardinsburg, KY 40143

Darla Wethington

270-756-2213P.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
Fax: 270-756-2029
irvington.ky.gov
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

270-547-3835

Assistant City Clerk

Jennifer Newton

270-547-3835

City Attorney

Steve Crebessa

270-668-8322

Fire Chief

Harold Parente

270-547-3835

Police Chief

Brandon Brinkley

270-547-3835


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.