Paducah City Hall

Paducah City Hall Renovations To Begin Next Week

Feb 28, 2018

Phase one of the Paducah City Hall Renovation Project is set to begin next week.



  The Paducah City Hall is now listed on the National Park Service's National Register of Historic Places. Main Street Director Melinda Winchester nominated the building last December under criteria focusing on design, architecture and construction.


  The City of Paducah is moving forward with the first phase of rehabilitation for the City Hall. Commissioners approved the project Tuesday.

Paducah residents are holding a rally in front of Paducah City Hall Tuesday called ‘Paducah Stands for Kentucky.’ 

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Two western Kentucky sites are closer to joining the National Register of Historic Places. The Kentucky Heritage Council board approved all fifteen nominations today (Monday), including the Paducah City Hall and the Kentucky Hydroelectric Project in Grand Rivers.

  Paducah’s City Hall could soon be on the National Register of Historic Places, which would help fund its renovation. Downtown Development Specialist Melinda Winchester presents the building to the Kentucky Heritage Council on December 12th.

City of Paducah

Paducah city leaders want City Hall on the National Park Service’s National Register of Historic Places.

Lance Dennee

Paducah city officials are deciding between rehabilitating and replacing City Hall.

[Slideshow] Paducah Officials Collect Public Feedback on City Hall Options

Mar 22, 2016
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Paducah officials are collecting public input on plans for the aging city hall building.

Monday night, the City Hall Schematic Design Advisory Board met with contractor RATIO Architects to present their ideas. The Paducah City Commission brought on the firm in October with a $1.6 million blueprinting deal. 

City of Paducah, via Facebook

With Tuesday's 4 p.m. filing deadline passed, five candidates have emerged in this year’s race for Paducah Mayor.

Incumbent Gayle Kaler is seeking a second term, and will be joined on May’s primary ballot by Arthur Baskin, Brandi Harless, Elliot Polach and Buzz VonTesmar.