Please allow me to be the first to welcome you to our beautiful home on the Ohio River. Cloverport is a wonderful place to visit and an even better place to live. Whether you are looking to raise a family, start a business, or retire, Cloverport is the place for you. Cloverport City Hall functions as our Tourism Center. The staff at City Hall is available 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. every Monday through Friday except for Kentucky state holidays. We look forward to seeing you!
Happy to serve you,
Tammy L. Vessels
Mayor, City of Cloverport
Board of Adjustments will be having a Public Hearing via Zoom on April 15th at 1:00 p.m. to discuss and vote on a variance for property located at 501 Elm Street. The link to join the meeting is http://us04web.zoom.us/j/4704345967. If you have any questions, please call City Hall at (270)788-6632.
From the Mayors Desk:
Hello. I hope this finds everyone calm and well. While we work through these unprecedented times, I would like to first remind everyone that there is no reason to panic. Our Governor and leaders are taking great measures to insure our health and safety. In following their lead, I want to limit human contact inside City Hall. Beginning today, March 17th, the doors at City Hall will be locked. Please plan to pay all utility bills in one of the following ways. First, you may use the night deposit box at the Cloverport branch of the Hancock Bank. Second, you may slide your payment under the door at City Hall. When using either of these two methods, please place the payment in a sealed envelope with your full name, and include the payment stub with your account information. There is a third option, for those of you who use online banking. You can schedule the payment through your online bank account. When using this option, please be sure to include your account information to insure you receive proper credit.
While City Hall will be locked, it will remain open for business. I do not anticipate any interruption in your city services. Please continue to contact us a (270)788-6632, or (270)788-6487 with questions or concerns.
Mayor, City of Cloverport
In support of the brave men and women from our community that have served in the armed forces, the city asked for support from the community to purchase Independence Day welcome banners. As we so often see from the citizens of this community, they responded. Thanks to the following individuals for your donations: Breckinridge County Chamber of Commerce, Breckinridge County Tourism, Breckinridge United, Billy Blair (2nd District Magistrate), Darrick and Emma Taul (of Main Street Fitness), Leslie May (City of Cloverport Council), Stan and Tammy Hylton, The Farmhouse Store, Tommy and Tammy Vessels (Mayor, City of Cloverport), Wayne Martin (Former City of Cloverport Council) and Gwan Bickett (City of Cloverport Council).
The Main Street Playground is now completed and ready for visitors! We would like to thank Judge Maurice Lucas and the Breckinridge County Fiscal Court for their continued support of Cloverport Parks and Recreation. Without their help, this project would not have been possible. Also, we would like to thank all the individuals, volunteers and city workers, who each had a part in renovating the park. Special thanks to Glen Cox (Time & Again), Marcia Finley, Leslie Gedling, Eddie Lee, Nathan Moore, Kyle Snyder, Frank Sturgeon, Billy Weatherholt, Brandon Woods, Keegan Vessels, Olivia Vessels, Tommy Vessels, Tammy Vessels, Gwan and Jim Bickett, and Kelley Wheatley...And a huge Thank you to Darrick Taul (Main Street Fitness) for designing the ship, for many hours of building, and for organizing the entire process!
Thank you everyone!