The City That Moves Mountains
Hatfield & McCoy Mine Rescue Registration

Hatfield & McCoy Mine Rescue information..Link

2015 East KY Leadership Conference

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2015 East KY Leadership Conference

Thursday, April 23rd 2015

Friday, April 24th 2015

Registration Link

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East KY Expo Center/Jamey Johnson

Date: April 18, 2015
Website: TicketMaster

Hillbilly Days Event

Pikeville will host Hillbilly Days event this year on: April 16, 17, 18, 2015.


More information Link:

Reserve a booth site contact the Southeast KY Chamber of Commerce 

Pikeville Bypass Road Closed

Pikeville bypass remains closed; geotech engineers to evaluate highwall
PIKE COUNTY – March 12, 2012 – Although the rockfall has been cleared, KY 1426, Bypass Road, in Pikeville remains closed to all traffic.

This section of roadway will remain closed until the Department of Highways has  had time to evaluate different avenues. They ask the public to partner with them by staying out of the area and to be patient with us during this time.”

They suggested that people who use the sidewalk along Bypass road for walking or running also avoid the area. “It will be more inconvenient for people on foot. The detour is a long way around for those folks, and no kind of barricade will prevent foot traffic, so we are asking walkers and runners to observe the road closure voluntarily. Consider the risk, and plan another route.”


To register for the Code Red Services click here: Code Red

Biblical-archaeologist to speak:Temple Mount Excavation

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The University of Pikeville Alumni Association will host Israeli archaeologist Gabriel Barkay, Ph.D., to speak about the Temple Mount Sifting Project on Thursday, April 30, at 7 p.m., in Booth Auditorium, Record Memorial Building, level 5.

More Information: Link

Boil Water Advisory Lifted

Attn: City of Pikeville Water Customers (this includes our Coal Run customers)
8:30 am 2-25-15 UPDATE

We are extremely happy to report that we are able to CANCEL the boil water advisory immediately! Our samples have come back and the water is safe for consumption.

We would like to thank Greg May and UMG for their around the clock dedication and hard work in solving our water outage.

This update only pertains to the customers in the City of Pikeville and Coal Run. This does not apply to customers of Mountain Water District.

Again, we thank everyone for their patience and understanding.

Donovan Blackburn
City Manager


Boil Water Advisory

Attn: City of Pikeville Water Customers Effective:  2/22/15

Due to the low pressure and water levels, we are issuing a boil water advisory until further notice. Water used for drinking or cooking purposes should be boiled at a rolling boil for at least 3 minutes prior to consumption.

We are continuing to do everything possible to correct the water situation.

Thank you for your patience and understanding.