THE ASHLAND CITY BUILDING WILL BE CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC BEGINNING 11/6/20:

Due to the rise in COVID-19 positive cases in our county, the Ashland City Building will be closing to the public to aid the mitigation of the virus.

For Deliveries please call 606-385-3300

MAKING PAYMENTS:
If you need to pay any utilities, taxes, fines, or licenses; you may do so on our website at the following link or by calling 1-888-705-1213. You may also use the dropbox that is located on the Korean War Veterans Way (between the city building and the Daily Independent). Please see attached flyer for further options

http://www.ashlandky.gov/pay_online/index.php

ASSISTED HOUSING: Submit Questions, Documents, letters & other Correspondence by:

USPS: PO BOX 1839, ASHLAND, KY 41105
FAX: 606-327-5457
EMAIL: sect8@ashlandky.gov

DROP OFF in the utility drop box located on the Korean War Veterans Way (between the city building and the Daily Independent). All paperwork must be in a sealed envelope and your contact information must be on the paperwork. Items usually available for pickup will be mailed via USPS, emailed, or faxed.

QUESTIONS?
Contact our office at 606-385-3327
Or Email your Housing Specialist: 
Josh Meade: jmeade@ashlandky.gov
Melissa Dillon: mdillon@ashlandky.gov

COMMUNITY & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT:                      
For building permits or other CED & Code Enforcement inquiries, please contact 606-385-3317.

ENGINEERING:  Applications for permits or review of public records is by appointment only.  Appointments may be arranged by calling 606-385-3332 during the hours of 8:30am - 4:30pm, Mon-Fri.  General inquiries may be made by calling the same telephone number.   Please leave a message on voicemail if your call is not immediately answered and staff will return your call. 

ASHLAND POLICE DEPARTMENT:

Police will continue to manage citizens that come to PD Headquarters through a video management device in the lobby during business hours.  Services such as fingerprinting, car seat installs, and ancillary services are not being conducted to reduce possible exposures.
Reinforcement of PPE and protocols on calls are still in effect to keep exposures to a minimum. 

Officers are still on staggered shifts to reduce interactions at police station and locker room.  Home fleet has reduced exposures without the need of sharing vehicles.

We will still have full in-house staff as usual due to the need to file, document, and to maintain continuity of operations with City departments.

QUESTIONS & CONCERNS:
For any other questions or concerns pertaining to the City of Ashland services please call 606-385-3400.

If you are sick or experiencing any flu-like symptoms, please do not enter any facility. Please continue to adhere to the guidelines. Again, thank you for your cooperation as we work together during this crisis!

WASH YOUR HANDS - WEAR A MASK - WATCH YOUR DISTANCE