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Flood Clean Up Assistance Available
If your home has been affected by the recent flood, please see the documents below for more information: NFIP_Flood_Claim_Process.pdf Individuals and Households Assistance Program.docx
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Mayor Kenneth Wynn declared a State of Emergency on February 24, 2018, due to the flooding conditions.  Mayor Wynn, Ludlow Fire Department, Ludlow Police Department, and Kenton County Emergency Management are closely monitoring the rising flood waters to ensure the health and safety of the City's residents. Please contact the Ludlow Fire Depa...


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TANK Now Offering Real-Time Bus Tracking and Alerts
Riding TANK just got easier! Real-Time bus tracking information is now available for passengers. Click here to visit the TANK website for more information about downloading the mobile apps (available in both Apple and Android marketplaces) to receive live updates of bus arrival and departure times.


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**SPONSORED BY GUARDIAN SAVINGS BANK AND THE JERRY SPRINGER PODCAST**PROCEEDS BENEFITTING THE BOOTSY COLLINS FOUNDATION** Join us in historic Ludlow, Kentucky, for a one-day event spanning two dozen venues across town. Over 15 visual artists will be on-hand displaying various pieces and installations; over 30 bands, from Appalachian folk to hi...


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The City Council business meeting has been moved from Thursday, February 8, 2018, to Thursday, February 15, 2018, due to a scheduling conflict.  The meeting will be held at 7:00 p.m. at the Ludlow Municipal Center, Ed F. Schroeder Meeting Hall, 51 Elm Street, Ludlow, KY.


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Check out our new sign!
It's located near the underpass at the entrance to the Ludlow Business District.
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City Seeks Redevelopment Proposals for 333 Elm Street
The City of Ludlow is seeking redevelopment proposals for 333 Elm Street, located city center in the historic downtown. Interested parties may pick up the Redevelopment Package at the City Administrative Offices located at 51 Elm Street, Ludlow, KY Mon-Fri 8 a.m.-4 p.m. You may also contact Amie Gosser at agosser@ludlow.org and request a copy ...


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Tree Recycling
Drop off your tree near the bleachers at Hollingsworth Field (at the base of Adela Avenue) before January 18, 2018.  All trees must be removed from a tree bag and free of lights, ornaments, tinsel, or anything else non-organic. If you are unable to drop off your tree at Hollingsworth Field for recycling, Rumpke will begin curbside tree ...


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Happy Holidays!
The Ludlow Municipal Offices will be closed on Monday, December 25th and Tuesday, December 26th in observance of the holidays.  We wish everyone a safe and happy holiday season!
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  Please Keep Our City Neat! Don’t Place It In The Street!      Placing Grass Clippings, Leaves or Other Debris Into City Streets, Alleys or Drainage Ways Is Not Only Unsightly ... It’s Unlawful!     The City of Ludlow requests your assistance in keep...


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