City Of Horse Cave 

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Individuals who have received suspicious packages with seeds or bracelets should put them in an airtight bag and ship them to the United States Department of Agriculture's Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service's Division of Plant Protection Quarantine at USDA-APHIS PPQ, P.O. Box 475, Hebron, Kentucky 41048. 


Individuals are also encouraged to contact the Kentucky Department of Agriculture at (502) 573-0282 or e-mail ag.web@ky.gov 

ATTENTION Food Service Industries: BRADD needs your help to assess the

current services available to our senior population. Please complete this short

survey. https://forms.gle/GpDmzHg3mMvw23DKA 


CITY OF HORSE CAVE INFORMATION RELEASE TO


 ALL CITY RESIDENTS AND BUSINESSES



Starting January 1, 2020, Hart County Solid Waste will be receiving all calls


 from residents and businesses located within the city limits of Horse Cave, 


for pick-up of brush, limbs, and bags of grass clippings and/or leaves. This is


 a free service offered by Hart County Solid Waste.


Please set bags of grass clippings and/or leaves out to the curb and brush


 piles to the closest curb. Limbs can be no larger than four (4) inches in

 

diameter with the large cut ends toward the curb. No roots or dirt are 


accepted.


Please call the Hart County Solid Waste Drop Off Center at 270-524-5178.


FALL LEAF PICKUP SCHEDULE ANNOUNCED FOR HORSE CAVE RESIDENTS

*** UPDATE: NO LONGER VACUUMING LEAVES UNTIL FALL 2020***

The Horse Cave Public Works Department will again assist residents to dispose of leaves. Residents of Horse Cave may rake leaves to the edge of their yard, close to the street to be vacuumed. Call City Hall at 270-786-2680 for pickup.

Please do not rake leaves or throw grass into the streets or onto sidewalks which causes a slip hazard for pedestrians and vehicles as well as clogs storm drains.

You are reminded that burning leaves or other items is forbidden in the City and subject to a fine.

2020 Hart County Comprehensive Plan Update


Thank you for the privilege of working with the Hart County Planning Commission to update the Comprehensive Plan. We appreciate everything that you and others in the community did to help us complete this complex document. The plan can be found by clicking on the above link. There it will take you to KLC’s website. Once again, Thank you. 

Congratulations to Mayor Curry for
receiving the BRADD William H. 
Natcher Award!



The William H. Natcher Award is to recognize and honor distinguished service in government and the veteran United States Congressman who said, "Let's do it the right way".

                                        HART COUNTY SOLID WASTE


              Hart County Solid Waste now has Free Large Item Drop Off the 

                                      1st Saturday of each month from 

                                                      8:00am - 12:00 noon

HOMETOWN DOLLAR$


           Shop Local First


  Hometown Dollars can be used just like cash at any participating business. From restaurants to entertainment; from farm produce to automotive repair and supplies, retail stores and specialty shops....Hometown Dollars are truly a unique gift. These gift certificates would be great for company parties, employee incentives, holidays, birthdays, anniversaries or just because...the possibilities are endless. Hometown Dollars Gift Certificates can be purchased at the following locations:

                               * Hart County Chamber of Commerce  119 East Union St., Munfordville

                               * Munfordville Welcome Center             113 Main St. , Munfordville

                               * Horse Cave City Hall                           121 Woodlawn St., Horse Cave


Each certificate may be redeemed for merchandise or services at full face value at any of the 40+ local participating businesses. This program is sponsored by the Hart County Chamber of Commerce. If you have any questions about this program or experience any problems in using the gift certificates, call : (270) 524-2892


                                

A Walk Through Time Antiques T-shirts for sale



You can purchase these t-shirts at the Antique store in Horse Cave. 

Cost for shirts are $15 ea. 

A Leaf In Time


  These wonderful books hold so much knowledge and history of Horse Cave. Our ancestors worked hard making a living and building a future for the generations to come and to honor them, this pictorial history was compiled and published by the Horse Cave Heritage Festival Book Committee and can be found and purchased at the Horse Cave City Hall. Please call 270-786-2680 with any questions you may have. 

Horse Cave Mayor Randall Curry Presents Historic Proclamation

On March 5, 2016 Mayor Randall Curry attended the WKU 1971 Final-Four Team Reunion Luncheon. He presented a proclamation from the city of Horse Cave, Kentucky declaring March 5, 2016 as “Clarence Glover Day”. Mr. Glover is a graduate of Caverna High School and was a starting-forward on that historic Western Kentucky University team.

In 1971 Houston hosted the NCAA Final-Four for their first time ever in the Astrodome. The teams were WKU, Villanova, Kansas, and UCLA. Attendance was over 35,000 people. On April 2, 2016 Houston will host the NCAA Final-Four again…this time in the NRG Stadium.

While watching the games being played in Houston on April 2, 2016 we can keep one thing in mind. The proclamation to Clarence Glover illustrates our city’s connection to the NCAA Final-Four in 1971 and 45 years later in 2016.

Additionally, Western Kentucky University remains the FIRST and ONLY team in NCAA Division I Final-Four history to have the (1) president of the university – Dero Downing, (2) athletic director – Ted Hornback, (3) entire full-time coaching staff – John Oldham, Buck Sydnor, & Jim Richards, and (4) the entire starting line-up – Jim Rose, Rex Bailey, Jim McDaniels, Jerry Dunn, & Clarence Glover - all from the same state-KENTUCKY.

CITY ADOPTS PUBLIC ART/IMAGE 


IMPROVEMENT MASTER PLAN




Click HERE to read the Master Plan created from a Flex-E Grant from the Appalachian Regional Commission which also funding the first mural project.  

MAPLE AVENUE PARK PROJECT



Maple Avenue Park Project to be  completed after 10 years from  beginning in 2004. 


Click HERE to sponsor a tree


Click HERE to support the park project


City receives KU Tree Grant


City receives KLC Crumb Rubber Grant