Community Resources and Closing Information
Woodford County Public Schools
- Woodford County Schools will be closed Monday, March 16th through Friday, April 17th . Spring Break will continue as normal (March 30-April 3).
Woodford County Schools Food Service
SPRING BREAK: The plan for meals for Woodford County Schools during Spring Break is to prepare a full week's worth of meals (7 breakfasts and 7 lunches) on Monday and utilize a drive-thru line at each school and other delivery locations to serve our students and families. We will assemble the bags at each school and then distribute from there. We will have 4 pickup points as (noted in the picture) that students and parents can come to for food pickup. As always student meals are free and any adult can purchase the meals for $3.00 a day.
- We are no longer able to make home deliveries. If you have been relying on home delivery, please ask a family member or neighbor to help you with transportation during this time. Please click
here for additional information.
- Open regular hours but adhering to CDC social distancing guidelines
In addition to free lunch, food bags will be available for families who are in need of extra food staples during the extended closure of Woodford County Schools. For more information or if you have any questions, please contact Olivia Britton at (859) 753-7692 or Abby Van Meter at (859) 753-7694.
Versailles-Woodford County Parks and Recreation
Woodford County Public Library
- Woodford County Public Library will be closed as of March 15th for a minimum of two weeks. Patrons may continue to hold all materials that are due back during this time period until the Library reopens.
Woodford County Detention Center
- Woodford County Detention Center has suspended all visitor access and Class D community service programs until further notice.e
- The lobby at the Detention Center is closed to the public. If you need assistance, contact the Detention Center at 859-873-3196.
- The Woodford County Food Pantry will be drive-thru only. You can view the press release
- The Woodford County Senior Center is closed to all community programs.
- Closed to the public until further notice
Staff and agents are still working and can take soil samples, plant samples, camp applications, etc. through a filing cabinet we have placed at the front door of the building.
If dropping off payment for a program/class, please drive to the back of the building to drop it in the black drop box attached to the side of the building.
here to see the press release
- Closed to the public
- If you have any questions or need to pay a fine, please call (859)873-3711
- New Office Hours: Mon.-Fri. 8:00 am - 4:00 pm
- Click here for more information
- You can drop off the necessary documents in the Sheriff's dropbox rather than making a trip inside the courthouse. Place your (unexpired)vehicle registration(s), proof of insurance, and check made payable to the Woodford County Clerk inside an envelope that is addressed to the Woodford County Clerk. When these are collected that day, they will be processed and your renewed registration(s) will be mailed back to you;
- Unless your registration has expired, we can process your renewals over the phone by taking a credit card payment over the phone;
- Go to drive.ky.gov, look for the tab that says "Renew Vehicle Registration Online" enter your Plate# and credit card number, and you have just renewed online. . . if your registration has not expired;
- Of course, you can always mail your unexpired registration(s) to the office address that is listed on your courtesy renewal card that you received from the Department of Transportation.
- Essential Operational Procedures for MVL Motor Vehicle: All vehicle registrations are being received for renewal by online/web renewal at
https://secure.kentucky.gov/kytc/renewal, payments taken over the phone by use of credit card, or deposited in the drop box at the Sheriff's office or at Midway City Hall. Boat registrations cannot be renewed online; however, registrations can be renewed over the phone or by dropping off your registration and check in either drop box.
- Notary applications can be processed online by following this link:
- Voter registrations can be completed on the following link:
- Land Records - the vault can be accessed by making an appointment with Darra or Rose at 859-873-342
- New Office Hours: Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m.
- There will be no issuance of Marriage Licenses until further notice.
- PVA will be closed to the public with limited exceptions. They will be available by phone: (859)873-4101, email: firstname.lastname@example.org and fax: (859)873-7874
- As of March 18th Versailles City Hall will be closed to in-person visitis. Bills can be paid in the deposit boxes in the rear of the building which will be emptied hourly during normal business hours. If you need to speak to anyone inside the building please call (859)873-5436 and follow the prompts.
- If you need to sign up or cancel water services, please call (859)873-5436 and select option 2. Mayor Traugott may be reached directly at (859)806-7743
- At the Jack Jouett House Historic Site, the safety and well-being of our staff, volunteers and guests is our highest priority. We are mindful of concerns surrounding the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and are committed to being responsive, therefore the Jack Jouett House will be closed beginning Tuesday, March 24th. We will continue to evaluate the situation and will re-open as determined by local conditions and recommendations as well as the availability of our volunteers and staff.
- The filing deadline for the
Woodford County Net Profit Licenses Fee Return has been extended to July 15, 2020. All other filing deadlines remain the same. If you have questions, please call (859)873-5701or email email@example.com
The Versailles-Midway-Woodford County Planning Commission is temporarily not accepting filings for Planning Commission, Board of Adjustment, Board of Architectural Review, or Agricultural Review Board in order to continue efforts to protect the health and safety of the Woodford County Planning Commission staff and their customers. This will remain in effect until Woodford County Executive Order 2020-02 is terminated. (This does NOT include building or electrical permitting).
The information contained on this page and links to other governmental and scientific sites are provided as a resource to the community to stay up to date with the evolving COVID-19 situation. The community can take measures to reduce the spread of COVID-19.
Currently a vaccine or drug is not available for COVID-19. Community-based interventions such as school dismissals, event cancellations, social distancing, and creating employee plans to work remotely can help slow the spread of COVID-19. Individuals can practice everyday prevention measures like frequent hand washing, staying home when sick, and covering coughs and sneezes.
Decisions about the implementation of community measures will be made by local and state officials, in consultation with federal officials as appropriate, and based on the scope of the outbreak and the severity of illness. Implementation will require extensive community engagement, with ongoing and transparent public health communications. Your elected officials and department heads are monitoring COVID-19 closely with guidance from state and federal authorities such as the Kentucky Department for Public Health and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.