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Take the Challenge for Mental Health Awareness Month

Mental Health America is having a daily challenge to make small mental and physical changes that can improve our overall health. The activities are geared for a wide range of individuals and include explanations of how they benefit us. They may include getting outdoors, adding more healthy foods to your diet, mindfulness, adjustments to physical…

Special Meeting 5/1/18

Maysville Board of Commissioners special meeting agenda for Tuesday, 1 May 2018; 5:15 p.m.at Maysville Municipal Building. Call to order Roll call Promotions: Fire Department Ordinance amending street sweeper ordinance; 18-13 Ordinance amending Chapter 152, garbage; 18-14 Budget Workshop Adjournment

Job Opportunity: Tour Guides

Currently accepting applications for tour guides in Old Washington. Part-time, seasonal position with variable hours. Customer service & public speaking skills desired. Please submit completed application to: City of Maysville, Attn-Human Resources, 216 Bridge St, Maysville, KY 41056. Download application HERE EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

Young Professionals Seek Community Input

MAYSVILLE – The Maysville Young Professionals Network (MYPN) has designed a survey with the intent of getting answers to what young professionals in the Maysville area want. The survey, which opened Monday, April 16, 2018 will remain open for several weeks, and will be used by MYPN to develop future programming. “We are excited to…

City Auction April 21

The Mayor and City Commission of Maysville, Kentucky are having a public auction of vehicles and equipment on Saturday, April 21, 2018. The auction starts at 10:00 a.m. at the public works department, 1720 Martha Comer Dr., in Maysville. Public Works 1995      Ford 600                1FDNK64N8FVA35742 1988      Chevy 2 Door            1GBHR34K5JJ135755 1996      Ford F-350 Dump         No…

Maysville City Commission’s April Meeting Thursday

Maysville City Commission will hold its April meeting this Thursday, April 12. On the agenda is: Call to order Roll call Minutes & Reports – March 8 and April 2, 2018, City Commission minutes Public Comment Resignation: Tourism Department Retirements: Public Works Department Resignation: Communications Promotions: Fire Department Promotion: Police Department Update: Forest Avenue Park…

Chalk the Walk 2018

  Write messages of hope, empowerment, and positivity on Maysville sidewalks in honor of Sexual Assault Awareness & Prevention Month this coming Wednesday, April 11. Bring your own chalk or come to the corner of Market and 2nd streets at noon to borrow chalk from us! Find messaging ideas here or on the our Facebook…

Wear Teal Wednesday

Don’t forget to Wear Teal tomorrow, April 4, in support of sexual assault and prevention month. Why Wear Teal is a simple event that asks only that folks wear teal, talk about why, and post pictures to social media. In 2000, sexual violence coalitions across the country voted to designate the color teal as the…

April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month

Maysville Human Rights Commission is joining with the Women’s Crisis Center in promoting awareness and prevention of sexual violence during April. April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month, and a number of activities are being planned locally – one for each Wednesday in April. Participation is easy for individuals, organizations or employers. The events are: April…

City Office and Service Closings on Friday

All City of Maysville offices will be closed after noon on Friday, March 30th. Maysville Transit will also run till noon on Friday with no service in the afternoon. Bus service will resume as usual on Saturday morning. Friday trash collection will occur as usual