Greenville, Kentucky
• Located in Rural West Kentucky
• Population: 4,312
• County Seat of Muhlenberg County (31,743)
• Hi...
Major Initiatives
• Tourism Commission Formation & Restaurant Tax
Ordinance
• “Let’s Paint the Town” Initiative
• Merchant...
Funding
(Infrastructure Improvements)
• In just 6 short years, over $1.6 million has been raised
through grant funding and...
Stained Stamped
Concrete
Contact Information
Jason Vincent
Pennyrile Area Development District
Hopkinsville, Kentucky
jason.vincent@ky.gov
270-886-...
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  1. 1. Greenville, Kentucky • Located in Rural West Kentucky • Population: 4,312 • County Seat of Muhlenberg County (31,743) • Historically known as a coal mining community
  2. 2. Major Initiatives • Tourism Commission Formation & Restaurant Tax Ordinance • “Let’s Paint the Town” Initiative • Merchant Meetings & Seminars • Transportation Enhancement Programs (Streetscape) • Recreational Trails Grant (Green Space Improvements) • Land & Water Grant (Green Space Improvements) • Downtown Events
  3. 3. Funding (Infrastructure Improvements) • In just 6 short years, over $1.6 million has been raised through grant funding and local fundraising efforts. $896,500 – Transportation Enhancement Program $377,182 – Safe Routes to School Program $16,900 – Land and Water Conservation Fund $50,000 – Recreational Trails Program $116,900 – County Funds $150,000 – Local Donations and City / Tourism Funding
  4. 4. Stained Stamped Concrete
  5. 5. Contact Information Jason Vincent Pennyrile Area Development District Hopkinsville, Kentucky jason.vincent@ky.gov 270-886-9484

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