SomerSplash Waterpark will reopen June 29

Park establishes preparedness plan for protecting health, safety of patrons SomerSplash Waterpark plans to reopen to the public June 29 at 50 percent capacity, establishing in-depth guidelines to ensure patrons remain healthy and safe as the community emerges from the...

City council meeting canceled in observance of Memorial Day

Next meeting will be 6 p.m. June 8 The Somerset City Council will not meet Monday, May 25, in observance of the Memorial Day holiday. The council will meet again virtually at 6 p.m. Monday, June 8, using Zoom video technology. The meeting will be broadcast on Facebook...

City launches Healthy Somerset initiative

City launches Healthy Somerset initiative

Program will offer ideas, challenges to encourage healthy habits Unless it’s raining so hard you can’t use an umbrella or the snow is so deep you can’t walk through it, Stephanie Henderson and her father, David Moody, walk every day. Four-and-a-half miles every day,...

Energy Center reopens to the public

Public health measures implemented inside building for visitors’ protection The City of Somerset Energy Center reopens to the public today, May 18, following Centers for Disease Control (CDC) recommendations for sanitation, hygiene and social distancing. The building...

2020: The Time We Missed

City will bury time COVID-19 time capsule The COVID-19 pandemic has been an unprecedented time in history. School and business closures, sports season cancelations, drive-thru graduations — days have been spent working to keep a distance during a time when there is...

City parks to reopen in a limited capacity

Residents will be able to access green spaces, trails May 11 Somerset city parks will partially reopen Monday, giving residents more options for being outdoors while social distancing. Areas open to the public include walking trails and green spaces at Rocky Hollow,...

City of Somerset hosts Read with Spirit Contest for local youth

As the school year ends and social distancing efforts continue because of COVID-19, the City of Somerset is hosting a contest to encourage local youth to keep reading while they’re staying healthy at home. The Read with Spirit Contest is open to city residents ages 4...

COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Website and Phone Information

Kentucky Cabinet for Health & Family Serviceshttp://www.kycovid19.ky.gov1-800-722-5725Unemployment Insurance Kentucky Career Centerhttp://www.kcc.ky.gov502-875-0442Lake Cumberland Regional Hospitalwww.lakecumberlandhospital.com606-679-7441

City of Somerset Remains Committed to Service While Taking Precautions for COVID-19

SOMERSET, KY. (March 16, 2020) – Effective Tuesday, March 17th, the City of Somerset is restricting access to its facilities until further notice, including the Energy Center, as a precautionary measure in helping prevent the spreading of the Coronavirus (COVID-19).

The City is committed to the continuation of services, and as always to public safety. If possible, we ask that you conduct business by phone, fax or email.