Pulaski County Kentucky Government

Miracle Mile in Pulaski County

Judge Kelley is working with a local developer to secure grant funding for infrastructure which would launch a $100 million investment in Eastern Pulaski County. Up to 3000 new jobs, enhanced shopping, dining, lodging, and recreational activities would be the result. (click title to read more)

Park tourism expected to break record numbers again in 2017

Huge truckloads of white sand await construction of a beach at Pulaski County Park. The sand, with a Gulf Coast sparkle, is being hauled here from Tennessee, and more is to come.

Money for the beach was raised by the 2014 Class Lake Cumberland Leadership, a Somerset-Pulaski County Chamber of Commerce group. The beach will be located at a former swimming area directly across the lake from Fishing Creek Recreation Area. (Click Title to Read More)

Pulaski County Workforce Gets a Huge Boost!

Education and Workforce Development Secretary Hal Heiner chaired a committee that awarded $65 million to 25 projects to improve workforce training in Kentucky. Matt Goins Herald-Leader (click title to read more)

County Recycling Continues Steady Growth

Since 2010, nearly 40 million pounds of what would have been garbage has been successfully re-purposed with the help of the Pulaski County Recycling Center. (click title to read more)

Optimistic for Plant locating in Somerset

“It’s all preliminary _ but I’m optimistic _ if everything comes together, I believe the plan is coming to Somerset” Martin Shearer Executive Director of Somerset-Pulaski County Development Foundation (click title to open)

TTAI Expands

TTAI expands with 100 new jobs and a 90,000 square foot addition.

Southern Middle School Students support the shelter

The Sixth Grade Blue Team at Southern Middle School, have been collecting blankets, collars, leashes, toys, treats, and food to donate to our Pulaski County Animal Shelter! We have also collected enough money to pay the adoption fee for 4 dogs and 4 cats! I am proud of my students! It warms my heart to […]

Tourism big business for Pulaski County

Back in 2002 Pulaski County saw major industries move to locations in other countries thanks to NAFTA. Over 2,000 industrial jobs were lost in one year. Industrial dollars are purported to turn over four times as payroll dollars are spent in the community. You would think that might cripple the local economy. But, while it hurt, the local economy is so diverse, it was able to withstand that blow. Pulaski County is strong in Banking, agriculture, education, recreation, is a market place for counties around and has a tremendous variety of restaurants and other things drawing people to this community. (click title to read more)

Summit Aviation to Expand

Summit Aviation, which produces assembly components for a variety of military and commercial helicopters as well as fixed-wing aircraft, will soon be moving from its 28,000 square-foot facility on W.O. Newell Drive to a new 40,000 square-foot facility in the Valley Oak Technology Park off Ky. 461.

Proclaim Saturday, September 10 as Pulaski County Suicide Prevention Day

Members of the Pulaski County Suicide Prevention Workgroup met Friday morning with County Judge Executive Steve Kelley to proclaim Saturday, September 10, 2016 as Pulaski County Suicide Prevention Day, to coincide with World Suicide Prevention Day and part of National Suicide Prevention Month.
The proclamation was drafted by Julie Parent with the Kentucky Department of Behavioral Health in collaboration with […]