Welcome to Calvert City
Calvert City was named after Potilla W. Calvert. His gracious donation to the railroad connected Calvert City to Paducah and Elizabethtown railroads. We were founded in 1871 and have continued moving forward ever since. Whether you’re passing through or from here the friendly and welcoming community paired with the breathtaking views of Kentucky Lake and the Tennessee River are sure to make you stay.
We are pro-business here in Calvert City! Here you will find information on demographics, technology, planning and zoning ordinances, and much more.
Here you’ll find unique places for adventure, food, trails, lodging, and relaxation. What more would could you look for?
Our services are top-notch here in Calvert City. Public Works, Police Department and Fire Department work daily on maintaining a safe and family-friendly environment for our visitors and residents. Here you’ll find all the information you need on garbage collection, sustainability, CODERED, and Police and Fire Departments.
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We’ve gathered the most important topics for our city residents right here. You’ll find information on parks and recreation, facility rentals, construction permits, golf cart safety, and how to get involved in our community. We recently launched a program to recognize exemplary Calvert City citizens who add to creating a community that people are proud to call home and embody the spirit of the City. Start thinking of your nomination now!
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