Paducah 311 is enhancing the public’s experience by providing more ways to request a service, report issues, or ask a question through an app and online portal. Paducah 311 is not for emergencies. Call 9-1-1 for emergency situations. The request types that can be submitted through Paducah 311 include
For the Paducah 311 Online Portal: Click the button. Note: The portal works best in the Google Chrome browser. How-to Guide for Paducah 311 Online Portal
The information can be submitted anonymously. However, setting up an account online will allow for email updates and an efficient way for staff to gather more information if necessary. Once a service request is entered, a tracking number will be provided which can be used for reference.
If you need assistance using the app or portal, email the Customer Experience Department.
Any at time of the day, there are a number of things you can accomplish through this website. These options may save you time and achieve your goals more efficiently.
Learn more about the various City boards and commissions and find out how to apply if you are interested in serving.
View the latest request for bids or proposals posted by the City.
Apply for a business license or renew your existing license through the Finance Department.
View the calendar for upcoming meetings, city-sponsored events, and community events and festivals that may affect access to a local park or roadway.
Register for the Paducah Citizens’ Academy. This is a free academy to learn about the structure of Paducah’s government, projects, and department-by-department operations.
Register for the Citizens’ Police Academy through the Paducah Police Department. This is an in-depth free academy to learn police operations and the work to keep our community safe.
Meet the Paducah Board of Commissioners, view meeting videos, and access agendas, minutes, information packets, and meeting summaries.
View contact information or complete a quick and easy form if you have a question or need assistance.
Learn which type of projects require city permits.
Submit an anonymous tip to West Kentucky Crime Stoppers.
Make reservations for space on the 340-foot Boat Dock strategically located within walking distance of Paducah’s historic downtown. Dock offers power, water, and fuel (some services are seasonal).
View the toolbox of programs that will help you expand, beautify, and grow your business downtown.
Meet the Paducah Board of Commissioners and contact them.
Sign up to receive news releases and other updates from the City of Paducah.
Get the details on how to reserve the Robert Cherry Civic Center, park shelters, and more.
Learn more about the grant process and funding that the City provides to non-profit organizations.
Schedule an inspection for your building or construction project.
Visit the Human Resources Department to view employment opportunities.
Schedule a kick-start meeting to gather key staff members to help you review your potential project for its success.
Enjoy the convenience meeting live streams including the Paducah Board of Commissioners and Planning Commission.
View various maps created through the MAP-GIS system.
Read the latest news from the City government.
View burial records and learn more about this city-owned cemetery on Park Avenue.
Submit an open records request through the City Clerk’s office.
Find out how to get traffic collision reports and criminal reports.
Apply for a permit to hold a special event on a public area including a festival, parade, fishing tournament, or 5K run/walk event.
Sign up for the City’s curbside recycling program.
Register for the various camps, youth sports, adult sport leagues, classes, and special events organized by the Parks & Recreation Department.
Scope your commercial project through the Scope My Project software tool to view zoning, project considerations, and fee estimates.
Stay informed by following the City’s various social media accounts.
Find out the latest information about COVID-19 vaccine availability.
Find out where to enjoy free wireless hotspots for internet connection.