The City of Madisonville is a governmental body that works to create a government "of the people, by the people and for the people" for our community. We aim to center our service on our people, our integrity as an organization, exceeding typical performance standards, outstanding customer service and unwavering commitment to continually do the best job possible for The Best Town on Earth.

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City Hall

67 N. Main Street

Madisonville, KY 42431

T: (270) 824-2100

8:00 AM- 4:00 PM

City of Madisonville, recently named Kentucky League of Cities Government of the year.


Current Projects

WEEK OF January 6, 2020:

Timmons Electric will be on hand Monday, January 6 to relocate the Lighting Jumper thus opening the new taxi-way tie-in.


- Timmons Electric installation of lights along the recently paved taxiway tie-in. Pollard will dress the remaining areas and remove the gravel taxi-lane, reshaped the drainage flow and placed the good gravel from the taxi-lane on the road leading to the T-Hangar area. They will sweep debris from the parallel taxiway. The AWOS tech was on site for their quarterly AWOS inspection.


-Pending weather: Pollard and Sons will establish dirt grade along the new blacktop edges.

-Remove the silt fence and clean up the job site.

-Timmons electric will install the new lights adjacent to the taxiway tie in and remove cable across taxiway. This will open the taxi-way up to traffic, which has been an issue for over a year.

-Routine maintenance will be done such as mowing. 


T- Hanger site overview, Paving will commence Wednesday/Thursday. Pollard & Sons will have to place dirt along the edge and seed the site, before Timmons electric can place the lights. Weather will play a role in both paving and electrical work. 


Pollard & Sons, Scotty's and Barge Design are all working at Airport Monday. They are "drying" the stone and touching up grade. Conditions may allow paving this week.

-Touch-up on paint continues and installation of new door hardware and furniture assembly.

-The airport will be CLOSED Thursday but Rick will be on-call as needed. 


- Barge design group will be looking at site on Monday.

-Pollard will continue to flat roll site, work around wet areas, and conduct compaction tests.

-Tuesday, they plan to place the rest of the first lift of stone and pave by the end of the week, weather dependent.

-Touching up on remodel and receiving additional furniture this week.

WEEK OF NOVEMBER 11, 2019: -The contractor should resume work on the T-Hangar project. We have additional rock to put down and the final effort will be paving. Paving will most likely be 8 to 10 days out. - IT department is running cables for our weather station and cell phone antenna. -Organization will continue as the new furniture has been put in place and final touches on remodel in place. 

-IT Department with assistance from Electric Department and his crew, installed the new cell phone booster and dismantled unused equipment on the antenna.

-IT department and Airport employees routed cable  through the ceiling for same as well as configuring equipment in the  flight planning room.

-Traffic has been good this week.

-Inmate labor repaired the fence breach near the T-Hangars where damage resulted from the July flood.

-T-Hangar project, zero activity this week other than Scotty's removing their equipment.

WEEK OF NOVEMBER 4, 2019: -Rock will be put down this week for the T-Hangar project. -Remodel work has almost been completed and new furniture has been ordered. 

WEEK OF OCTOBER 28, 2019: -Madisonville Police Department utilized the Airport this week for driver training -Public Works Department is finishing up the bathroom vanity's today. - Aladdin Electric will be here Wednesday  to install receptacles. -North Hopkins Water is repairing a main waterline break and will be without water for most of the day. -The FAA approved the rock mix. The forthcoming rain will dictate the next steps with the T-Hangar project.

WEEK OF OCTOBER 20, 2019: -Barge Design is waiting on FAA approval of stone mix via Scotty's. This should be done in the forthcoming week. Stonework is the next step and the taxiway tie-in has to be cut and on or near dirt grade. -Carpet removal has began as apart of the Airport remodel project. -Working on reconnect and organizing the Flight Plan Room. -With cooler weather brings on the need to check and winterize equipment - The County Public Works crew is replacing a culvert on Beckham Roberts Road and 2 residents will use airport property to access their homes during the event.

WEEK OF OCTOBER 18, 2019: -Ongoing T-Hangar project - M&G harvesting/mowing hay -The Military plans to have a sling load exercise Thursday October 17th through Sunday the 20th. This will involve helicopter traffic as well as ground vehicles.

-Hopkins County Jail Inmates will weed-eat the ditches this week - Prepping for Kid-a-palooza table and Helicopter arrangements - The traffic the past couple weeks has been high.