104 N. 5th St.,
Murray, KY 42071
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City of Murray is a 2011 Kentucky League of Cities 100% Scorecard Golden
Eagle Award Winner.
Frequently Asked Questions
Bill Wells, Mayor
Welcome to the official
government website for the
City of Murray, Kentucky!
Greetings. I am Bill Wells, Mayor of the City of Murray.
and served as a member of this community for more than 30 years, as the
first Director of the Murray Family Resource, former Murray High School
Principal, City Councilman of 18 years, and co-founder of "Murray Make A
Difference Day", Murray is my home and I welcome you.
community offers multiple shopping centers, two parks, a wide variety of
restaurants, concerts, a historic downtown district, a number of religious
organizations, and even a community theater. Additionally, Murray State
University, home of the Racers, is located in Murray, providing a number of
cultural, educational, and collegiate sporting activities. In support of
these services and attractions, the City of Murray maintains a fine set of
police, fire, sanitation, water, wastewater, natural gas and street
If you live here, work here, or are visiting, we hope to
provide you with the best services. We think Murray is a great place to do
all three, and we hope you will think so, too!
Thank you for visiting
For current job opportunities
You can find all sorts of information throughout
this site pertaining to official city matters. Please
get in touch with us if we can be of any service
Mayor Bill Wells and City Council presenting Plaques of
Appreciation to MSU Athletic Director Alan Ward, Voice of the Racers Neal
Bradley, Coach Steve Prohm, and the 2011-2012 Men's MSU Basketball Team
Character Counts in Murray!
2011 Delinquent Tax List
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here for more information.
*Update: The Murray Calloway County Transit
Authority Board is now accepting applications.
For your convenience, you may fill out
sticker form, print and mail payment to the address on
the form. We will mail back to you, your city sticker(s).
The next Make a Difference Day,
the 91st is
May 18, 2013 from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. If you have
any questions, please call 270-762-0350.
Summer in the Park
Litter Abatement program enables youth groups, civic
groups, fundraising groups, etc. an opportunity to raise funds by
picking up litter along City of Murray streets. All supplies are
provided and groups are paid $6.00 per hour. Please call the City of
Murray Sanitation Dept. at 762-0380 for information.
Alcoholic Beverage Control applications are now available by clicking
Murray-Calloway County Parks create rain gardens to
show others how they can use runoff rainwater to benefit their local
gardens. To see story on WPSD
click here and to view pictures
Brine Plant Grand Opening on WPSD-TV
The hours for the Customer Service Center in City
Hall will be 7:30 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. beginning July 2, 2012.
DFIRM's are effective as of
September 29, 2010. To visit the Federal Emergency Management
Agency(FEMA) website to review the Flood Insurance Rate Maps
click here or to review the maps on our website
Murray Main Street Master Plan
Website If you are asked for a password it's Murraydowntown.
To make a contribution to United Way
click here for an
City Ordinance requires homeowners to keep water meters, gas
meters, and fire hydrants free from obstruction.
ATTENTION TO ANYONE CONDUCTING A YARD SALE IN MURRAY: Per City
Ordinance, any off-site signage (i.e. directional sign or other sign
which notes the location of a yard sale) is PROHIBITED and subject to
removal. You may have one yard sale sign, at the location of the sale,
the day prior to and the day of the yard sale. If you have any questions, please call 762-0330.