The City of Paducah, Kentucky is requesting sealed proposals for the purchase and transfer of surplus real property. Scroll down for more information about each property.
Evaluation of the bids will be based upon the following considerations: housing construction/rehabilitation & occupancy; priority to owner occupancy projects; level of investment; Comprehensive Plan compliance (highest & best use); priority for remnant parcels given to to abutting property owner; and the bid amount.
To be considered for these properties, bidders must be current on City taxes and have no existing liens on any property currently owned in the City of Paducah.
Proposals must include at a minimum the following information:
If selected, the following additional information must be submitted within 30 days:
All bids must be submitted in a sealed envelope clearly marked “Sealed Bid” with the address of the property on the outside. Persons interested in submitting a sealed proposal for more than one property must submit a separate written offer for each property. Proposals can be mailed to The City of Paducah, Planning Department, P. O. Box 2267, City Hall, Paducah, KY 42002-2267.
For additional information, please call 270-444-8690. All such sealed proposals must be submitted to the Planning Department. The City of Paducah reserves the right to reject any or all proposals submitted.
For this round of surplus property, all sealed proposals must be submitted to the Planning Department prior to 4 p.m. CST on Wednesday, October 28, 2020. All proposals will be opened on Monday, October 28, 2020, at 4:15 p.m. in the City of Paducah Commission Chambers.
Click each address for information about the property including lot dimensions, zoning information, and an aerial map.
513 North 14th Street
517 North 14th Street
521 North 14th Street
525 North 14th Street
529 North 14th Street
504 North 16th Street
510 North 16th Street
514 North 16th Street
617 North 16th Street
720 North 24th Street
342 Ashbrook Avenue
322 Ashcraft Avenue
2028 Clay Street
620 Fountain Avenue
633 Fountain Avenue
501 Harahan Boulevard
507 Harahan Boulevard
1406 Harrison Street
341 Hayes Avenue
1306 Madison Street
1310 Madison Street
1404 Madison Street
1412 Madison Street
1437 Martin Luther King Jr. Drive
1609 Martin Luther King Jr. Drive
1615 Martin Luther King Jr. Drive
1645 Martin Luther King Jr. Drive
The City of Paducah has acquired properties through the years by donations, code enforcement, grants, and a variety of other reasons. If you are interested in obtaining a property from the City of Paducah, contact the Planning Department at 270-444-8690.
Control of City properties are handled by one of three entities: the City of Paducah, Urban Renewal & Community Development Agency (URCDA), or Paducah Main Street. If the City of Paducah is the listed owner, then a proposal will need to be made to the City Commission. If the owner is URCDA or Main Street, then a proposal will need to be made to the appropriate board. These two boards are made up of private citizens appointed by the Mayor and Commission.
Paducah Main Street generally controls the sale of properties in LowerTown and downtown. URCDA oversees the transactions in the Fountain Avenue project area, and also controls several properties throughout city limits. For more information on LowerTown properties, visit Paducah Main Street. For more information on Fountain Avenue properties, visit the Fountain Avenue Neighborhood Project.
The process for obtaining a property is essentially the same for all three entities. Once you have identified a desired public property, a proposal must be developed and submitted to the respective board for consideration. Planning staff will assist you in getting your proposal to the appropriate board. All proposal requirements must be met and a complete proposal submitted to the board before it will be considered. In general, the requirements must include at a minimum: a narrative of the project outlining the intended use of the property; the proposed purchase price; detailed rehab or construction plans with floor plans, elevations, and landscaping; a firm third party detailed estimate of construction costs from an engineer, architect, or contractor; a project timeline; and proof of financial ability to complete the project from a lending institution.
Transfer of property will be based on the best-evaluated future use of the property, highest bid, and compliance with applicable codes. To be considered for these properties, bidders must be current on City taxes and have no existing liens on any property currently owned in the City of Paducah. For additional information, please call the Planning Department at 270-444-8690. The City of Paducah reserves the right to reject any or all proposals submitted.