Hello and Welcome
Coal Run Village is pleased to offer this website for the convenience of its residents and businesses. We hope that the information provided here will be helpful and informative to its residents and businesses and also to any who would want to locate here.
This site is dedicated to the people of Coal Run Village who can proudly boast about the tradition of our city to providing some of the lowest taxes in the State. We encourage businesses to locate in our city to take advantage of this tax incentive.
Coal Run Village is growing. We have expanded its boundaries and almost tripled its population over the last four years. Come grow with us.
Coal Run Village is proud to be a part of Pike County–a county moving forward in its economic development endeavors to improve life for every citizen. County officials, business people, school officials, and community service people are working hard to bring in new jobs, better roads, better education opportunities, and tourism.
Coal Run Village City Commission
The City was the recipient of a Transportation Enhancement Grant in the amount of $192,000. WIth the city’s additional $48,000, our residents and businesses can now enjoy nearly two miles of sidewalks. These sidewalks are handicapped accessible and connect to shopping centers, doctors’ offices, banks, restaurants and other busineeses and residential areas in the Village.
City Park Project
The Coal Run Village City Park is located adjacent to City Hall and behind the Fire Department in. It is a beautiful facility that is equipped with walking/running track, picnic shelter, picnic tables, benches, trash receptacles, playground equipment, parking lot, and recently constructed public restrooms facility. The park was constructed with coal severance funding, general and mineral funding, and a generous donation from District 1 Magistrate Jeff Anderson and the Pike County Fiscal Court.
Come by and enjoy the park. If you are interested in reserving the shelter, please call City Hall with your request for a specific time.
It is the desire of the City to construct a much needed community center for its citizens and businesses. The projected completion date will be the later part of 2014. Funding is coming from coal severance line item allocations, USDA loan, and community donations. This facility will house the city hall offices, include a large meeting/reception/fellowship hall, kitchen, restrooms, and a balcony overlooking the city park. The facility will be constructed next to the fire department and become a wonderful addition to the park.
The center will be available for reserving for reunions, parties, meetings, receptions, showers, and other community events and gatherings.
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