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Get Your Event on the City Event Calendar

Let us help you get the word out about your public event or festival.  All you have to do is send the following to suziepratt@maysvilleky.net for approval: Name of event Physical address for event Date of event Start time of event End time of event Admission to event   Contact person for event Contact phone…

Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration Sunday

The annual MLK Walk will start at Bethel Baptist Church, 501 Forest Ave., at 1:30 p.m. and end at Scott United Methodist Church, 118 E. 4th St., where refreshments will be served. Services begin at 2:30 p.m. with the Reverend James Settles from Bebe Chapel in Ripley, Ohio. Everyone is welcome to participate in the…

Commissioners Sworn In Thursday

City Attorney Sue Brammer swore in newly elected officials Kelly Ashley, Jerry Schumacher, Judy Pfeffer, and Victor McKay as Mayor David Cartmell looks on. 

New Equipment Use Policy

  The City of Maysville recently adopted an Equipment Usage Policy that goes into effect on January 1, 2017.  The City will continue to offer rental of certain items, including, but not limited to:  tents, tables, chairs, barricades, the stage, etc. to non-profits as well as entities who are holding events in which the raised…

National Career Readiness Certificate Benefits and Features

    The NCRC is a valuable resource for a variety of people. The NCRC helps: Job seekers and current employees improve their career outcomes Students prepare to succeed in a variety of career pathways Educators gain confidence that their students are ready for life after high school Employers and human resources professionals improve their hiring, training, and promotion decisions…

Notice of Request for Bid for Project 25 Simulcast Radio Communications System

The  City of Maysville and the Mason County Fiscal Court are requesting bids from qualified firms for the provision of an APCO Project 25 (P25) 5 Site / 2 Channel simulcast radio communications system that will support critical communications for the City and County’s public safety departments and agencies. The proposed communications system shall provide enhanced…

Board & Commission Volunteers Sought

It takes a lot of different people in many different positions all working together to make a city run. Everyone from the elected officials on the City Board of Commissioners, to paid staff and workers in numerous departments to volunteer board and commission members create and carry out the policies and regulations that govern the city.…

BarkPark Has Tongues and Tails Wagging

Since its unveiling in June, the BarkPark at Maysville-Mason County Recreation Park has been a big hit with four-legged residents. With room to run and play equipment just for them, canine residents have been getting exercise and making friends in the enclosed grassy space on a daily basis.

Emergency Services Update

Phone service has been restored in downtown Maysville. Emergency 911 and non-emergency calls are once again being routed to Maysville Communications Center for Maysville Police and Fire/EMS departments as well as the Mason County Sheriff’s Department and volunteer fire departments. AT&T restored phone service at approximately 3 p.m. after being out for about 12 hours.…

VFW Trunk or Treat Event

The VFW is looking for business’s, groups and individuals that want to participate in a trunk or treat to provide a safe Halloween event for the children of our community! Date: Saturday, October 22nd 2016Time: 6:00 -8:00pm Soups & sandwiches and drinks provided.All you need is a trunk and some treats.All participates will be eligible…