MMU will be on essential services only until further notice
We will only reconnect dwellings with existing services needed for immediate occupancy
All readings for billing purposes will be estimated and billed accordingly, with true-up after we return to normal operations
Emergency service repairs and outages will be handled as necessary
March 31, 2020
Public Works Sanitation Transfer Station The City of Madisonville Public Works Sanitation Transfer Station will close to public access on April 1, 2020, at 3:30pm until further notice. Regular trash routes will still operate their normal routes. If you have any questions, please call the City of Madisonville Public Works Department at (270)824-2117. We appreciate your understanding.
Park Closures Mahr Park & City Park disc golf courses & dog parks are closed until further notice. Our #1 priority is keeping our community healthy and safe. Thank you for your understanding.
March 28, 2020
City Park Closures In addition to the previously announced park closures, we are adding the closure of the skate park. With lots of sunshine and much warmer temperatures in the forecast this weekend, we understand that it's tempting to want to utilize these park features. Please remember that the sooner we stop this virus, the sooner we can fully reopen our parks. The importance of social distancing is VITAL at this time. We have several precautions that have been implemented at our city parks per the governor's recommendations. The following have been closed to public use: *Playgrounds *Picnic tables *Basketball courts *Tennis Courts *Putt putt golf course
March 23, 2020
Net Profit Tax Returns We will be extending the filing deadline for Net Profit Tax returns. This is to follow the announcements by both the IRS and the Kentucky Department of Revenues that their deadlines have been extended. This relief will extend the filing due date from April 15, 2020 to July 15, 2020.
March 20, 2020
Hopkins County School Temporary Closure Extended Gov. Beshear recommended today that Kentucky public schools should prepare to stay closed until at least April 20. In response, Hopkins County Schools announces that our extended closure will last at least one additional week. After that time, we will reassess the situation. Please be alert for additional updates as we continue to move forward. We are committed to doing everything possible to keep our students and community safe during this pandemic.
March 17, 2020
Hopkins County Schools Temporary Closure In response to the latest guidance from the CDC on the COVID-19 pandemic, Hopkins County Schools will remain closed thru April 10. The district has been granted 10 additional SKILLS Days from the state to use during this time. Our Spring Break is April 6-10, and SKILLS assignments will not be made during Spring Break. We will reassess later as to whether a longer closure will be needed. Please be alert for additional updates as we move forward. It is our goal to do everything possible to help during this pandemic and to keep our students and community safe.
March 16, 2020
State of Emergency Declaration - Madisonville, KY MADISONVILLE, Ky. (3/16/20) — Madisonville Mayor Kevin Cotton has declared a state of emergency in response to the novel coronavirus until further notice.
City of Madisonville Trash & Recycling Update The City of Madisonville is following CDC recommendations in trying to reduce exposure and lessen contact. Our ultimate goal is to keep our employees and community healthy and safe. The following changes will take place immediately:
Recycle will suspend public drop-off’s in the recycling center
Our Recycle route will be suspended at this time.
All bulk & limb pickup will be suspended at this time.
All other trash routes WILL run as usual. We will continue providing our scheduled trash pick-up per normal.
Thank you for your understanding during this trying time. Please know that our mission is to provide excellent service to our community while keeping our employees healthy and safe. These services will resume once we feel it is safe to do so. If you have any further questions or concerns, please contact the Public Works Department at (270)824-2117.
Madisonville Utilities Update Regarding late charges & terminating service:
Madisonville Utilities will not terminate service to any current residential or small business customers because of their inability to pay their bills due to disruptions caused by the coronavirus pandemic during the State of Emergency.
Madisonville Utilities will waive any late fees that residential or small business customers incur because of their economic circumstances related to the coronavirus pandemic during the State of Emergency.
Online/Credit Card Payments: In accordance with the CDC recommendations on social distancing, we are encouraging Madisonville Utility customers to utilize some additional options for taking care of business during this time. The utility department has opened additional drive-thru lanes. We also have options on our website @ www.madisonvilleliving.com or via phone (270) 824-2102.
The fees for using online/credit card payments are not incurred by the City of Madisonville. Those payments are assessed directly by the credit card processing center. We are currently working closely with them to get these fees waived for using online and credit card payment services. The payment processing center is currently working to establish that change within our system.
It will be resolved in our system for fees to be waived for online/credit card payments made after March 23. Fees will remain waived during the State of Emergency.
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