Nestled among the hills and valleys of western Kentucky’s coal field region lies Muhlenberg County. Formed in 1798 from the neighboring counties of Logan and Christian, Muhlenberg County was named after General John Peter Gabriel Muhlenberg, a clergyman, a soldier, and a politician of the Colonial, Revolutionary, and Post-Revolutionary eras.
The county seat is Greenville, where one of the most beautiful courthouses in the state is located. Built in 1907 the courthouse was and still is the focal point of downtown Greenville. The county has a total land area of 1230 km and 12 km of water with the two primary geographic features being the Green River and Lake Malone. Muhlenberg County and the Green River will forever be linked in the minds of many by the John Prine song called "Paradise" about a now defunct coal mining town in Muhlenberg County.
100 S. Main St.
Greenville, KY 42345
Phone: (270) 338-2520
Effective Friday, December 22, 2017 Muhlenberg County Fiscal Court will be accepting BROKEN DOWN CARDBOARD ONLY through the holiday season at each of the three Sanitation Convenient Sites during normal operational hours. Each of the convenient sites located at Greenville, Belton, and South Carrollton will be equipped with a recycling trailer for cardboard only.
Muhlenberg County Judge Executive
Smart911 is an emergency alert system used by Muhlenberg County to alert its residents of emergency situations and events for their specific location. Follow the link below to get customized alerts (phone calls and smart phone application alerts) for your specific address. These alerts include, but are not limited to tornado, severe thunderstorm, winter storm, flash flood, and boil water advisory.
The Muhlenberg County Fiscal court has no current RFPs