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.
Starting September 23, 2019
The City of Flemingsburg Utilities will be flushing hydrants.
You may experience low water pressure and/or
discolored water for the next few days.
The City of Flemingsburg Selects Emergency Notification Provider
Hyper-Reach Chosen to Help Protect Lives and Property
City of Flemingsburg/Flemingsburg, Kentucky
Telephone-based mass notifications systems are used by thousands of public safety agencies across the US to warn citizens about local emergencies, hazards and other threats. Now the City of Flemingsburg announces that they have selected Hyper-Reach to help bring this same life-saving capability to the area. Hyper-Reach is a state of the art mass emergency notification system designed specifically for public safety. The city expects to have the service fully operational by the end October 2019.
The new emergency alert system will provide rapid notification of hazardous and urgent situations using a mix of telephone calls, text and email messages, and even TTY/TDD service for the hearing impaired. The system sends thousands of these messages to geographically targeted households in seconds, and can simultaneously deliver them to an even broader audience via social media, as well as sending broadcast messages to most current mobile telephones (made since 2011) in an affected area by providing access to FEMA’s Wireless Emergency Alert (WEA) system.
The City of Flemingsburg plans to use the service primarily for alerts about weather and environmental hazards, utility emergencies, sanitation services, criminal activity and missing persons. Landline phones are automatically enrolled for Community alerts, but Weather alerts to landline phones and Community and Weather alerts to mobile phones and email addresses are only included when people enroll. Residents and people who work in the City of Flemingsburg/Fleming County are encouraged to enroll now either by calling or texting “Alert” to 606 206-8050 or by going to the website
Citizens can also download the Hyper-Reach Anywhere app on their smartphone. Hyper-Reach Anywhere is a free smartphone app that allows individual citizens to manage and monitor the alerts they receive, both for their home and office addresses and for other addresses they care about such as those of elderly relatives or friends.
The City of Flemingsburg is an agency with a mission to protect the citizens of Flemingsburg/Fleming County.
Hyper-Reach (www.hyper-reach.com) is a mass notification system with over 15 years of experience in emergency messaging. Hyper-Reach sends messages via automated telephone calls, text messaging (SMS), email, and social media, such as Twitter. Other uses of Hyper-Reach include Amber alerts, toxic chemical warnings, and armed shooter alerts. In addition to 911 centers, Hyper-Reach is used by law enforcement, educational institutions, and corporations.
For more information about Hyper-Reach, go to www.hyper-reach.com or call 855-266-8439 (855 2-Notify).
Beginning May 1st, 2019, the City of Flemingsburg will be starting the Streetscape Project. The Streetscape Project will result in new sidewalks on and around the Elizaville Avenue area. This project will take about 3 months to complete. During this time, we ask that the public be aware of traffic changes and lane closures. Please pay attention to signs and those working on the sidewalks. We would like to thank the public for their patience and understanding during this construction period.