Calvert City is a quiet community of almost 3000 people strategically located along the Tennessee River in Western Kentucky.  Named for Potilla Calvert, a wealthy landowner whose land gift to the railroad in 1860 provided vital transportation opportunity and encouraged the town’s development, Calvert City was incorporated March 18, 1871 Calvert City is the hub of surface transportation. 

The City is the northern terminus of the Julian M. Carroll Purchase Parkway, providing a link to Memphis, Tennessee.  Skirted on the south of town by Interstate 24, Calvert City has direct links to Nashville, Tennessee and St. Louis, Missouri.  Interstate 24 also provides via the Wendell H. Ford Western Kentucky Parkway connections with Louisville, Kentucky.  Calvert City has rail access through the main line of the Paducah and Louisville Railroad and commercial port opportunities on the Tennessee River which borders the town’s westward border.

Calvert City has sixteen industrial plants that are key sources of employment for Western Kentucky. The majority of the industry is related to chemical manufacturers, although some steel and metallurgical plants also call Calvert City home. Industrial service firms are in abundance. The labor force of Calvert City is estimated to be equal or greater than the population.

With excellent educational opportunities from Elementary School to Graduate School, Calvert City’s residents enjoy training opportunities to fill workforce needs.  Add to a median family income of just below $50,000.00, excellent regional medical facilities, quality cultural and recreational facilities,. Churches, and good neighbors and you have a great community with Southern charm and a bright future.



What: Community Listening and Design Session on Tuesday, April 29, 2014

Where:  City Hall, in the Downstairs Training Room, 861 East 5th Avenue, Calvert City

Time:     5:30– 7:30 p.m.

This is the last session in this series
Listening and Design Sessions are convened for many reasons, particularly to hear from citizens  
  • about their ideas, suggestions, and  concerns
  • as  they share their ideas;
  • as they voice their opinions and discuss the possibilities;
  • as they help choose priorities; and then
  • take action on those ideas and priorities for the betterment of the community’s future.
Thanks for a great turnout for session II
Join us

Saturday April 12, 2014
9:30 a.m.
Calvert City Civic Center

partnering with

American Environmental Services / Marshall County Recycling / Marshall County Sheriff's Office / WastePath & You

We will be accepting

(newspaper, white paper, aluminum cans, plastic bottles & cardboard)

House-hold Hazardous Materials
(solvents, batteries, fluorescent bulbs & chemicals)
**Liquids must be in original container**
Tires from Residences

Old Medicine
(please bag sharps, pills & liquids separately)

Volunteers are needed for roadside garbage pickup.
Lunch will be provided for volunteers


Do you bag your leaves?
The City will collect them and we offer free leaf bags at City Hall for your convenience.

 If you have bagged leaves please call City Hall 395-7138 to arrange for pickup.

CodeRED Weather Warning
If you are a citizen or a business owner-manager in Calvert City or a water customer of Calvert City, you are eligible for this service
Click the link 

and sign up for this free service

Are you Prepared for a Disaster? 

Make a Plan.  Build a Kit


Earthquake Preparedness

Tornado Preparedness

Calvert City Water & Sewer Consumer Confidence Report for 2012

  Let's get GREEN! 
Calvert City has recycling bins in Doctor's Park for your convenience.  They are located in the parking lot north of the Skate Park.  
We accept aluminum cans, plastic drink bottles, white paper, newspaper & cardboard.  




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