City of Greenville, KY

The Quick Facts

MAYOR: Jan Yonts


City Administrator: Ben Van Hooser


Muhlenberg County Seat

City Population (2015): 4,423

County Population (2014): 31,207

Greenville Street Department

357 North Main Street

Greenville, Ky  42345

Phone: (270) 338-1786

Fax: (270) 338-6055

Superintendent, Tommy Woods

Greenville Police Department

200 Court Street / P. O. Box 289

Greenville, KY 42345

Phone: (270) 338-3133

Fax: (270) 338-3152

Police Chief: Darren S. Harvey


Central Dispatch: (270) 338-2000


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Greenville Fire Department

200 Court Street / P.O. Box 289

Greenville, KY 42345

Phone: (270) 338-3305

Fax: (270) 338-6582

Fire Chief:  Jerry Aders


Central Dispatch: (270) 338-2000

Churches within the City Limits

Second Baptist Church

217 West Depot Street


First Baptist Church

145 South Main Street


Greenville United Methodist Church

144 North Main Street


Greenville Church of Christ

312 N Main Street


Elkton Road Church

965 KY-181


Power House Church of God

239 Birch Street


First Presbyterian Church

158 South Main Street


First Christian Church

133 East Main Cross Street


Pentecostal Church of God in Christ

210 South Boggess Ave

First Assembly of God

2017 KY-181


New Paradise Baptist Church

2792 KY-176


First Missionary Baptist Church

209 Oak Street


Greenville Utilities Commission

118 Court Street

Greenville, KY  42345

Phone: (270) 338-2642

Fax: (270) 338-3007

Recreational Parks in the city limits

Brizendine Brothers Nature Park

Pritchett Drive – Across from Muhlenberg South Middle School

Greenville, KY 42345

Morgan Memorial Park

Pritchett Drive

Greenville, KY 42345

Luzerne Lake

Highway 189 Bypass

Greenville, KY 42345

For more recreational activities in Greenville – click here

Muhlenberg County Airport

399 Airport Road

Greenville, KY 42345

Phone: (270) 338-9419

The Muhlenberg County airport is conveniently located within the Greenville city limits. A new 4,000 sq. ft. terminal building was just recently built in 2008. The airport has an asphalt runway that is 75 ft wide and 5000 ft long with a partial parallel taxiway. The load limit is 36,000 lbs. and can be accessed by a variety of aircraft including lear jets, citations, challengers and king air just to name a few. Avgas and Jet A fuel are available as well as a courtesy car and high speed internet.

Owensboro Health Muhlenberg Community Hospital

Address: 440 Hopkinsville Street

Greenville, KY 42345

Phone: (270) 338-8000

Owensboro Health is a nonprofit regional health system which exists to heal the sick and to improve the health of the communities it serves.  The health system covers 12 counties in Kentucky and two more in Indiana.  Locally, Owensboro Health Muhlenberg Community Hospital is a 135-bed acute care hospital, continuing its rich history of service and healing within the surrounding communities.  Owensboro Health Muhlenberg Community Hospital’s capabilities include acute care, surgery, a long-term care facility, home health, the One Health Rapid Care clinic, Pain Management Center, Wound Care Center, rehabilitation services, sports medicine, emergency services, a Sleep Lab and one of the two Coal Miners’ Respiratory Clinics found within the Commonwealth of Kentucky.
As a health system, Owensboro Health is widely recognized for quality, safety and clinical excellence, earning accolades from the most prestigious bodies in the healthcare world, including The Joint Commission, Healthgrades, U.S. News and World Report, Thomason Reuters and more.  The health system is the largest Kentucky employer west of Louisville with 4,088 employees.  The health system also includes the One Health medical group, which brings together more than 180 providers across more than 30 specialties at more than 25 locations.  In FY 2015, the health system’s facilities saw 18,380 inpatient admissions and 323,072 outpatient encounters.

Owensboro Health is also committed to supporting outstanding work within our communities, providing grants totaling $702,924 in 2015 to agencies in the areas of health, social service, education and the arts.

To learn more about Owensboro Health and how well they serve you and your communities, visit

The Greater Muhlenberg Chamber of Commerce

Central City

214 North 1st Street

Central City KY 42330

Phone: (270) 754-2365


Muhlenberg-chamber-of-commerceThe Greater Muhlenberg Chamber of Commerce was formed on January 1st, 2006 by joining the Greenville and Central City Chambers of Commerce. Their mission is to develop, enhance and maintain a viable business climate in Muhlenberg County and to provide leadership for economic growth, educational development and a better quality of life. They currently boast over 200 members and meetings are held regularly on the 2nd Thursday of the month at noon.


Schools within the city limits or adjacent to city

Within City limits

Muhlenberg County High School-west campus

Muhlenberg South Middle School

Greenville Elementary School

Adjacent to City

Muhlenberg County High School-east campus

Muhlenberg North Middle School

Longest Elementary School

Muhlenberg County Board of Education

Wendell H. Ford Regional Training Center

The Wendell H. Ford Regional Training Center also known as the “wet site” is the premiere training facility of the National Guard east of the Mississippi river.  This facility is funded by the Department of Defense and was founded in 1969 and currently covers of 11,000 acres of land.  The state of the art training facility is capable of supporting 1400 soldiers in quarters and several thousand in hardened bivouac sites and is a 7 day 24 hour operation.  This multi-agency support operation trains military, police agencies, corrections, FBI, Air Force, etc… This facility is also host to the 238th Calvalry Regiment, Kentucky National Guard Officer Candidate Program and the 1163rd Medical Company.  It has the latest in simulation training devices, live rifle and pistol ranges, military operations in urban terrain sites, a land navigation course, leader reaction course and confidence course.