Hardin County Government will be closed on Tuesday, July 4, 2023, in recognition of Independence Day. We will resume normal business hours on Wednesday, July 5, 2023.
Please note that the trash pick-up schedule will be as follows for the 4th of July week: Monday – regular pick-up Tuesday – NO PICK-UP The remainder of the week will run one day behind schedule.
Free Shredding Day July 7, 2023
Did you recently clean out your filing cabinet? Do you have an excess amount of paper with personal information on it that you would like to shred? Don't kill your at home shredder! Come see us for our FREE Shredding Day.
Did spring cleaning produce more trash than you can put on the curb? Let us help! For Hardin County residents only. Restrictions apply and more details can be found below. For questions please call 270-506-1062.
Saturday, May 13, 2023 | 7:00AM – 1:00PM
CLOSED ON 07/04/2023
What you need to know Hardin County!
Bulk Items Removal
For Platform Waste Solutions customers ONLY. Do you need to get rid of bulk items taking space in your home? Platform Waste Solutions will pick up 3 bulk items once a month for free! Just give them a call at 270-769-0211 or email them at email@example.com.
The annual celebration of our Nation's Freedom and Independence is coming up, and the Director of Emergency Management wants to remind all of our Hardin County Citizens to stay safe while enjoying the fireworks.
UNSEEN HEROES WANTED. APPLY TODAY! Hardin County E-911 is hiring Telecommunicators (Dispatchers). No experience necessary. WE WILL TRAIN YOU. A job with benefits – vacation & sick leave, 15 paid holidays, health, dental & vision insurance offered, as well as, KPPA retirement. A CAREER TO BE PROUD OF. Serve your community. Be the light in other people’s darkest moments. Save lives. Are you up to the challenge?
Hardin County Government is hiring for a Finance Support Officer! Payroll, distribution reports, records custodian, bank reconciliation and processing deposits are just some of the tasks required for this job. If you have a finance background and are looking for a new career, contact us right away!
The Hardin County Detention Center is hiring for a Deputy Jailer. Prisoner intake, safekeeping, and cell checks are some of the duties involved with this position. Do you have a military or law enforcement background? Or perhaps you're looking for a new career field altogether? This job could be the job for you!
Hardin County EMS is looking for Paramedics to join their team! You would answer calls in Hardin County on a daily basis and render care and transportation to ill or injured individuals. #NotAllSuperHeroesWearCapes
Hardin County Government would like to send out a resounding CONGRATULATIONS to our very own Jailer Josh "Big Josh" Lindblom for being awarded Kentucky Jailers Association 2023's Jailer of the Year! We are incredibly grateful for the hard work he puts in every day at the Hardin County Detention Center. You can read more in The News Enterprise's article covering his achievement.
Law enforcement agencies participate in drone training
The Hardin County Sheriff's Office recently provided free drone training with Seiler Geospatial on June 14th & 15th at Hardin County Fairgrounds to public safety entities. This is just one of the many training sessions Hardin County's various public safety departments participate in throughout the year to stay on top of the best ways to assist our citizens and we appreciate all that they do! You can read more in The News Enterprise's article covering this event.
Kentucky Veterans Hall of Fame monument unveiled in Elizabethtown
The new granite monument honoring local inductees into the Kentucky Veterans Hall of Fame was unveiled Saturday by state Sen. Matt Deneen, Hardin County Judge/Executive Keith Taul and H.B. Deathrage, founder of the Hall of Fame. It is the sixth such local monument dedicated in the state. You can read more in The News Enterprise's article covering the event.
Gathering promotes love as remedy to nation's violence
Overcoming Hate with Love is an annual gathering that serves to remember victims of violence, including the nine victims of 2015 Emanuel AME Church shooting in Charleston, South Carolina, and focus on love to one day put an end to it.
Fiscal Court sessions are uploaded to our YouTube Channel shortly after they occur. If you can't make it to a Fiscal Court session, but want to know what your Magistrate, County Departments / Services and or Judge/Executive said, you are more than welcome to watch our recorded videos.