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Welcome


The City of Flemingsburg is a small rural city nestled in the North Eastern hills of Kentucky  surrounded by rolling farm land and hillsides boasting of orange, red, yellow and green. The area has become home to many Amish and Mennonite families because of the rich and fertile land. Flemingsburg takes pride in our beautiful city with brick paved sidewalks and acorn shaped lamps. It is reminiscent of times gone by and a simpler way of life. We also take pride in our citizens who will welcome you with a smile.

CITY OF FLEMINGSBURG FRANK L. NEWMAN MEMORIAL PARK

As much as we hate to do it, we are closing our playground equipment. There is no way we can keep the equipment sanitized. We regret doing this, but public safety must come first. 
We encourage folks to utilize the Old Reservoir walking trail and any other parts of the park for walking and other forms of exercise that do not violate social distancing. 
Please remember to practice social distancing when using the shelter house. 
By working together, we will get through this together. 
Bobby Money

SKonica C5520032511310 

PUBLIC NOTICE 

Due to the COVID19 Virus and the declared state of emergency, Flemingsburg City Hall will be closed to the general public beginning at 6:00 PM today, March 17, 2020. All City buildings will be closed.
The health and safety of our employees is of utmost importance. Our employees will still be working as usual. If you have a pressing need, please call 606-845-5951 to schedule an appointment. City government is not closing. We will still be  working inside City Hall.

We realize not everyone has a credit card or a checking account. If it is necessary for you to make a cash payment, we will meet you at the door to take your payment and give you your change and receipt.

Other payments may be placed in our dropbox or made online or by check. Those instructions follow.

Type into your internet browser bar: www.flemingsburgky.org

*It’s important that you type in the site name, do not google Flemingsburg Utilities, then click the link. That is not the correct site.

Click Pay Your Utility Bill Here

 The IntelliPay page should appear

Input Resident Information

 **If you do not know your account number, feel free to call. If after hours, and you are unsure of specific account information, insert your phone number in the account box. It is important, however, to provide physical address of current services, so we can apply payments to the correct account(s).

Choose a payment method: Credit Card or ACH/Check

**If you choose Credit Card, input your credit/debit card information as it appears on your card.

**If you choose ACH/Check, please input the routing number and the account number from your bank account.

Attention Flemingsburg Utilities customer’s starting April 1, 2020 we will not be adding any new penalties to your account or serving disconnects. Please understand that when the State of Emergency is over per Mayor Money, we will start adding penalties and start disconnecting again. We will also not be forgiving any utility bills; we will continue to carry your balance forward. 


Effective Immediately- Due to current circumstances, the City of Flemingsburg will not be accepting recyclables. We expect to continue these services, at a later date-which will be announced. Thank you for your cooperation. 

 


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