Hopkinsville Municipal Center & Hopkinsville Transit CLOSED on January 7th
1/7/22 - Due to inclement weather and related road conditions, the Hopkinsville Municipal Center will be closed on Friday, January 7. The public is encouraged to remain off the roads as much as possible while crews continue to work and roadway conditions improve as weather warms over the weekend.
All PACS offices and senior centers will be closed tomorrow, January 7th. Transportation will be running life sustaining trips only and city transit lines in Hopkinsville and Madisonville are closed. For the latest info, visit facebook.com/pacsky1 and pacs-ky.org
1/6/22 - Local officials reassure the public that City of Hopkinsville road crews and other emergency personnel are ready and mobilized to address today’s anticipated winter weather. All non-essential city offices, including the License & Revenue (Tax) and City Clerk Offices, will be closed to in-person visitors beginning at 10am today.
Because of the inclement weather we are currently experiencing, the Hopkinsville Police Department front office will be closed for the rest of the day. If you need police assistance, please call 270-890-1300. As always, if you need emergency assistance, please call 911. Our front lobby will remain open to the public. Inside our front lobby, there is a phone you can use to reach our Dispatch Center if you need assistance.
Please be advised that Hopkinsville Solid Waste has also suspended services today due to worsening road conditions. Should the weather allow, Solid Waste will resume services tomorrow on a one-day delayed schedule.
Due to deteriorating road conditions, PACS will be halting Hopkinsville Transit services today at noon. All PACS offices will also close at noon. All PACS offices and senior centers will be closed tomorrow, January 7th. Transportation will be running life sustaining trips only and city transit lines in Hopkinsville and Madisonville are closed. For the latest info, visit facebook.com/pacsky1 and pacs-ky.org
Due to weather conditions, the Hopkinsville Sportsplex will be closed for the remainder of today, January 6th.
The city urges residents who must drive to use extreme caution and discretion while traveling. Keep in mind that snowy/icy roadways and related low temperatures can make travel more dangerous; therefore, motorists are reminded to increase stopping distances and to allow more time to reach their destinations.
Travelers are also cautioned to avoid crossing ice and snow-covered medians or center lanes on major roads. As driving over accumulations can make it unsafe to operate a vehicle, motorists should instead use cleared intersections for turning.
Whenever travel is not necessary, motorists are encouraged to stay home.