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The City of Flemingsburg is a small rural city located in the North Eastern part of Kentucky just South of Maysville and North of Morehead. Flemingsburg is also located within 17 miles of the AA Highway and 25 miles of I-64 making it a prime location for industry. A minimal occupational tax rate and net profits tax rate of 1%, property tax rate of $.1393, insurance premium tax rate of 6% and fire code rating of '5' all make the City of Flemingsburg a very affordable place to live. Nestled in the hills of Kentucky, Flemingsburg is surrounded by rolling farm land and hillsides boasting of orange, red, yellow and green. Fleming County has become home to many Amish and Minneonite families because of the rich and fertile land. Flemingsburg takes pride in our beautiful city with brick paved sidewalks and acorn shaped lamps. It is reminiscent of times gone by and a simpler way of life. We also take pride in our citizens who will welcome you with a smile.


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Banana Tree Studios to host annual student art show

Banana Tree Studios, located at 121 East Electric Avenue, will host their annual student art show on Oct. 17 from 5-7 pm....
“It took a while to get people motivated to come and see the show, but its getting stronger every year,” Kathy Macht said of the annual event. “Come see the show, come support the kids, teacher and wish them well,” husband Ken added.
Ken and Kathy moved to Flemingsburg in 2005 and opened Banana Tree Studios. The couple moved from Florida, where they had an art studio near Palm Beach, with actual banana trees.
The Machts have supported young artists since opening their studio and are eager for the community to see all the young, local talent this year.
“We’ve been amazed every year, and Mrs. Kala Mckinney (Fleming County High School Art Teacher) is extremely talented,” Kathy said. “The kids are very fortunate to have her, she knows how important the art program is; she’s the future of it.”
The couple has an 80-acre-farm near Ewing, where they love to relax, when not living in their studio apartment above Banana Tree.
Besides tending to the studio and their farm, Ken loves to study astronomy, pottery, and dabble as a silver and goldsmith, while Kathy enjoys painting, and membership in the local garden club and regional art guilds.
Both enjoy spoiling their adoptive cat Mop who supervises the studio production.
October is National Arts and Humanities Month and the annual Banana Tree Studios Student Art Show will be highlighting local student art talent, so mark your calendar now and be sure to stop in at Banana Tree on the evening of Oct. 17
Art Show


Flemingsburg Utility Customers - Pay your Bill Online

Flemingsburg Utility Customers - to pay your bill on-line click on the 'Pay Utility Bill Now' button below and follow the instructions.

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The following shows have been added or are returning to the programming schedule:
  • Tim Farmer's Country Kitchen
  • Bluegrass & Backroads
  • KY Afield
  • Day of Discovery
  • Elizaville Christian Church
  • Flemingsburg Christian Church
  • Vintage Vehicle Show
  • Trackside
  • Quilt in a Day
  • Perspectives - Ron Thomas, host
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Check out our 'Parks' page for information on our Historic Downtown Walking Trails now available



KPPC’s 2014 Environmental Sustainability Award Presented
A. Raymond Tinnerman Manufacturing, Inc. has been selected as the Kentucky Pollution Prevention Center’s (KPPC) Environmental Sustainability Award winner for 2014. KPPC created the award in 2009 to recognize those Kentucky companies that have demonstrated a commitment to the principles of sustainability by reducing waste, lowering energy use and practicing environmental stewardship. KPPC presents the award each year in conjunction with National Pollution Prevention Week.
KPPC Acting Director Lissa McCracken presents the Environmental Sustainability Award to Bill Breeze and Terry Royse at the A. Raymond Tinnerman manufacturing plant in Flemingsburg.
This year’s winner, A. Raymond Tinnerman Manufacturing purchased the plant in 2009, however the facility has been operating in Flemingsburg Kentucky since 1959. The company employs about 104 people and manufactures a variety of assembly components for the automotive industry. The company has been actively engaged in sustainability efforts at its facility for a number of years and has been working with KPPC since 2012.
KPPC’s Acting Director, Lissa McCracken, presented the award to plant manager Bill Breeze at the company’s facility on September 24. After receiving the award, Breeze said, “We’ve made energy management and waste reduction a priority, and KPPC has helped us find new opportunities to lower costs and improve our environmental performance. Protecting the environment is important to us, to our community and important to our parent company.”
There have been nine Kentucky companies that have won the Environmental Sustainability Award since KPPC created the award program: Akenbono Brake in Elizabethtown, Denyo Manufacturing in Danville, Fetter Group, Kindred Healthcare and Republic Conduit in Louisville, Sherwin Williams in Richmond, The United States Playing Card Company in Erlanger, Indelac Controls in Florence and A. Raymond Tinnerman manufacturing in Flemingsburg.




Code RedThe City of Flemingsburg is offering a program through Code Red which will allow citizens to receive weather alerts and other notifications regarding our city such as waterline breaks, road closings, etc. This service is free to our residents. Notices can be received over your land line, cell phone or both.

If you would like to take advantage of this service please go to the following link and enter the information requested:

Questions regarding this service may be directed to the mayor at 606-845-0907 or the city clerk/treasurer at 606-845-5951.

Residents currently using the Code Red system have expressed concern about not being able to identify calls from Code Red. These calls are initiated at City Hall, but made from a call center in Ormond Beach, Florida so they can not be identified as 'City of Flemingsburg' on your caller ID.

Emergency calls will have an ID of 866-419-5000.

General messages will have an ID of 855-969-4636.



The City of Flemingsburg is pleased to offer the citizens of Flemingsburg and Fleming County an opportunity to join the PHI CARES National Air Ambulance Membership Program. The annual rate is $40 and includes all members of your household. Applications are available at City Hall, Fleming Co. Public Library, and Kentucky Farm Bureau. For more information call Josh Brand at 859-229-5026 or visit their website at

Flemingsburg a wonderful place to visit and a great place to call home.


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