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Department for Local Government
1024 Capital Center Drive, Suite 340
Frankfort, KY 40601
 
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(502) 573-2382
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(800) 346-5606
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(800) 648-6056
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(502) 573-2939
 
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Welcome to the Department for Local Government

 

The Department for Local Government (DLG), under the Office of the Governor, provides financial help in the way of grant and loan assistance, as well as advising local governments in matters of budget, personnel and other issues relevant to those entities.

 

  • 2015 Budget Workshops

     

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    The Counties Branch of the Department for Local Government will hold Budget Workshops across the Commonwealth at each of the 15 Area Development Districts during the month of February. All elected and newly elected officials are highly encouraged to attend. During this training, the Counties Branch will guide you in the budget process and provide you with information to help you formulate a f...(MORE)

  • Pendleton County gets $500,000 grant
    for new ambulance building

     

    Pendleton County gets $500,000 grant for new ambulance building

    Current building hampered by flooding FRANKFORT, Ky. (Jan. 2, 20-15) — Gov. Steve Beshear this week announced a $500,000 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) to construct a new building to house ambulances in Pendleton County. The facility will replace the county’s current ambulance building, which is inefficient and experiences frequent flooding from the nearby Licking River. pendletonP...(MORE)

  • Blue Licks park, Flemingsburg
    city parks benefit from grant

     

    Blue Licks park, Flemingsburg city parks benefit from grant

    FRANKFORT | Flemingsburg parks and Blue Licks Battlefield State Resort Park are two of several recipients of Land and Water Conservation grant funds this year. Kentucky Governor Steve Beshear announced Wednesday, 17 Land and Water Conservation Fund grants to help fund recreational and tourism projects in communities throughout Kentucky. The Department for Local Government will administer the gr...(MORE)

  • State Money Coming to Kenton, Campbell Trail Projects

     

    State Money Coming to Kenton, Campbell Trail Projects

    Trail projects in Kenton and Campbell Counties scored big funds from the Commonwealth of Kentucky, it was announced Wednesday. Governor Steve Beshear said that nearly $1.1 million in funding has been awarded to seventeen trail projects across Kentucky, including a pair in Northern Kentucky. “Improving Kentucky’s trails is important to developing our state’s overall adventure tourism efforts,...(MORE)

  • Nearly $700,000 in Land and Water
    Conservation Fund grants awarded

     

    Nearly $700,000 in Land and Water Conservation Fund grants awarded

    Will go towards improving recreational and tourism projects FRANKFORT, Ky. (Dec. 3, 2014) — Gov. Steve Beshear today announced 17 Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF) grants totaling $697,544 to help fund recreational and tourism projects in communities throughout Kentucky. Grants will be administered by the Department for Local Government. land“Parks and recreational facilities play an i...(MORE)

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