Park City, Kentucky is located in the rolling hills of southern Kentucky. Situated half way between Louisville and Nashville on I-65 (Exit 48). Park City is the gateway to Mammoth Cave National Park and is home to historic Bell's Tavern. Park City is adjoined to I-65, US31-W, and the original L&N Railroad line. In addition to the cave attractions at Mammoth Cave National Park and Historic Diamond Caverns, Park City is also home to three 18-hole golf courses.
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Bell's Tavern stands today as it did in 1865. The tavern was never completed due to the Civil War. The grounds are now open to the public free of charge.
Click the history link on the left to see more about the colorful historic past of Park City, Kentucky.
CITY OF PARK CITY
The City of Park City will be having a public meeting on Wednesday, June 24, 2015, at 3:00 PM. The meeting will be to discuss and hear comments from the public on the Proposed Use of the Municipal Road Aid Funds.
Bobby Bunnell, City Clerk
City of Park City, Kentucky
SPECIAL CALLED MEETING
The City of Park City – City Commission will have a SPECIAL CALLED MEETING on Wednesday, June 24, 2015, at 3:15 PM.
On the Agenda:
Second Reading of Ordinance 1501, Amending the Annual Budget for the FY 2014-2015.
Second Reading of Ordinance 1502, Adopting the Annual Budget for the FY 2015-2016
Consideration of a Proposal to purchase a 83” by 10’ trailer for Maintenance Use