One of the regions premier golf courses.
City of Shelbyville
Shelbyville is a city in Shelby County, Kentucky, United States. It was founded on land donated by William Shannon in 1792 and named for Kentucky's first governor, Isaac Shelby.
City Residents Congressional Representative Thomas Massie
Representing the 4th District of Kentucky is Thomas Massie.
City Residents State Representative Rob Rothenberger Website
Representative Rob Rothenberger official Kentucky Legislature website. Representative Rothenburger represents the citizens of Simpsonville.
City Residents State Senator Paul Hornback Website
State Senator Paul Hornback official Kentucky Legislature website. Senator Hornback represents the citizens of Simpsonville.
Kentucky League of Cities
The Kentucky League of Cities serves as the united voice of cities by supporting community innovation, effective leadership and quality governance.
Shelby County Board of Education
Shelby County Board of Education Website provides links to the Elementary, Middle and High Schools in the County.
Shelby County Industrial Foundation
The Shelby County Industrial & Development Foundation was established in 1957. It has made a name for itself and for Shelby County throughout the state and the nation as a county challenged to meet the future by recruiting clean industries that provide sound jobs for area residents.
Shelby County Library
This historic Carnegie Library was constructed in 1903. Shelbyville was one of 1,419 communities to receive a $10,000 grant from philanthropist Andrew Carnegie to build a public library.
Shelby County Property Valuation Administration
Local Parcel Search / Taxation.
Shelby County Tourism
ShelbyKY Tourism Commission & Visitors Bureau 1011 Main Street Shelbyville, KY 40065 502.633.6388 www.VisitShelbyKY.com THERE'S ONLY ONE Saddlebred Capital of the World!
Shelby County, Kentucky Chamber of Commerce
In 1926, a group of business and professional people in our community joined together to find ways to advance and enhance Shelby County. Since that time, the Chamber has been working to improve the economic well-being of our community by coordinating ideas, energy, and financial resources to accomplish collectively what none of us could accomplish individually.
Triple S Planning and Zoning
Planning Commission representing the City of Simpsonville, City of Shelbyville and Shelby County governments.