At 4:00 PM today, Governor Beshear will announce extra steps to combat the exponential growth of COVID-19 cases in the Commonwealth. In a videoconference with Mayors and County Judge Executives from around the State earlier today, the Governor and Chief Medical Officer, Steven Stack, stated that the current rates of COVID-19 will overwhelm hospitals and [...]
Do you have WiFi to share? Students in our public school systems start classes on August 26th and will begin with remote/distance learning. This requires internet/WiFi access and some students do not have reliable internet access at home. Casey Poynter, Director of Pupil Personnel at Berea Community, is forming a “Community WiFi Tree” to list [...]
Participate in the future of Berea and provide feedback on the Berea Comprehensive Plan Update! Click this link to take the second survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/bereasurvey2. Click this link to view the draft vision statement, goals, objectives and maps: https://www.dropbox.com/s/dxd4jde8rdaokla/Berea_Facebook%20Live.pdf?dl=0. Want to discuss these in-person? Stop by the open house meeting this Wednesday, July [...]
PARTICIPATE IN BEREA’S FUTURE AT THE UPCOMING PUBLIC WORKSHOP The City of Berea invites you to attend a Public Workshop for the Berea Comprehensive Plan Update. Berea, KY – The City of Berea is in the process of updating their Comprehensive Plan, which is required every five years by KRS 100. The Comprehensive plan was [...]
Help the City of Berea plan for the future by taking this survey. This plan was previously adopted in 2015. This Comprehensive Plan will provide a vision, goals, objectives, and action steps that serve as a “roadmap” for decision makers over the next 10-20 years.
Memorial Day Observance - May 28.
The Poff Carting payment drop box has been relocated to the Berea Municipal Utilities parking lot. It is right inside the parking lot on the left side near the flag pole.
The Parks Department is now accepting applications for the seasonal position of Lifeguards. Check out "Employment Opportunities" for additional information.
Effective 01/28/2016, the Codes & Planning Department has moved from City Hall to the former Mitchell Tolle Gallery at 633 Chestnut Street. The phone number is still 986-8528. Hours of operation are 8:00am- 5:00pm Monday-Friday.