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County Judge/Executive
Tommy Turner

LaRue County

Courthouse
209 West High Street
Hodgenville, KY 42748

Phone:
270-358-4400
Fax:
270-358-4528
E-Mail: 
Web Site: 

LaRue County was formed in 1843. It is located in the Pennyrile region of the state. The elevation in the county ranges from 421 to 1080 feet above sea level. In 2004, the county population was 13,485 in a land area of 263 square miles. The county seat is Hodgenville. Abraham Lincoln was born near Hodgenville.

Courthouse
County Judge/Executive
270-358-4400, ext. 1003
Judge's Secretary
Renee Strock
270-358-4400, ext. 1001
Treasurer
Lauralene Reed
270-358-4400, ext. 1005
Sheriff
270-358-3120, ext. 1040
County Court Clerk
Linda Carter
270-358-3544, ext. 1011
County Attorney
Kyle Williamson
270-358-9223
Larry Bell  
Courthouse Annex
270-358-3421
Community &
Economic Development
Bob Sims
270-358-4400
Child Support
270-358-9223
Emergency Management Director
Nathan Hall
270-358-9903, ext. 1006
PVA
Scotty Lee
270-358-4202, ext. 1021
Road Supervisor
Clyde Veirs
270-358-3123
Solid Waste Coordinator
Jill Gray  
270-358-9903 ext. 1008
Jailer
Johnny Cottrill
270-358-9876
Coroner
Todd Skaggs
208 West Water Street
270-358-4151

Fiscal Court
District 1:          
Tony Stewart  
440 Tanner Road
Hodgenville KY 42748
270-358-3882

District 2:          
Ricky Whitlock  
329 Leafdale Road
Hodgenville, KY 42748
270-358-9924

District 3:          
Ronald Dale Nunn
2975 Greensburg Road
Buffalo, KY 42716
270-325-3375

District 4:          
Larry Howell
7778 New Jackson Hwy.
Hodgenville, KY 42748
270-324-4440


Mayor
Kenny DeVore
City of Hodgenville

PO Drawer 189
208 North Lincoln Blvd.
Hodgenville, KY 42748

Phone:
270-358-3832
Fax: 
270-358-9757
E-Mail: 
Web Site: 
Office 
Hours:
 
Council 
Meeting:
 

Hodgenville, the seat of LaRue County, is located on the site of Robert Hodgen's mill on the Nolin River. The mill was built in 1789 near Phillips' Fort, which was built in 1781; in what was then Hardin County. Hodgenville was established in 1818, and became the county seat when LaRue County was created in 1843. The first post office opened as Hodgensville in 1826, and was renamed Hodgenville in 1904. Abraham Lincoln was born near Hodgenville and the Abraham Lincoln Birthplace National Historic site is on US 31E south of town. The population in 2004 was 2,779.

City Hall
Mayor
270-358-3832
City Clerk/Treasurer
270-358-3832
City Attorney
Mary G. Locke
PO Box 73
270-358-3710
Fire Chief
Wally Sparks
270-358-8553
Parks & Recreation Director
n/a
150 Strange Rd. #4
270-358-9261
Police Chief
Steve Johnson
109 Greensburg Street
270-358-0635
Public Works Director
Craig Wright
PO Box 189
270-358-8717
Wastewater Manager
Ronnie Cruse
PO Box 189
270-358-8521
Water Superintendent
Gerald Gaulke
207 E. Water Street
270-358-8717

City Council
Bonnie Clark
242 Forresta Court
Hodgenville, KY 42748

Woodie Handley
156 Tanner Road
Hodgenville, KY 42748

Sharon Hornback
611 N. Lincoln Blvd.
Hodgenville, KY 42748

Donald Costello
223 S. Greensburg St.
Hodgenville, KY 42748

Mitchel Key
105 Polley Ave.
Hodgenville, KY 42748



   
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