While addresses are not listed, with respect to the privacy of the home owners, we have many residential customers. Jefferson County, Kentucky is our largest service area.
- Cherokee Triangle
- Deer Park
- Hikes Point
- Tyler Park
Additional Kentucky Counties
- Fayette County
- Franklin County
- Gallatin County
- Henry County
- Mercer County
- Oldham County
- Shelby County
- Woodford County
- Jacob’s Hall Danville, KY
Jacobs Hall was continuously, from 1857 until 1965, the residence for female deaf students enrolled at the first state residential school for the Deaf in Danville, founded in 1823 as the Kentucky Asylum for the Tuition of the Deaf and Dumb with the name changed to the Kentucky Institution for Deaf-Mutes and, in 1905, to the Kentucky School for the Deaf.
- Hamline United Methodist Church Lawrenceburg, IN
A historic Methodist church built in 1847. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1982. It is located in the Downtown Lawrenceburg Historic District.
- Nelson County Courthouse Bardstown, KY
The Nelson County courthouse was built in 1891-92. Mason Maury and William J. Todd architects of Louisville designed the structure. The contractor was Edward Baker Smith and the building was completed at a cost of $33,000. The structure was of Richardsonian Romanesque style and was constructed with stone and brick with wood framing. In the 1960’s the building was remodeled. The courthouse has served Nelson County for over 110 years.
- Wickland Home Bardstown, KY
Wickland, the Home of Three Governors is considered one of the best Georgian-style houses in Kentucky, it was built circa 1825-1828. There are many events, spirit tours and self-guided architectural tours available, as well as quilt and doll exhibits.
- Military History Museum Frankfort, KY
The State Arsenal for more than 100 years and a Civil War-era munitions factory, this Gothic Revival style building houses the exhibits “Kentucky Military Treasures” and “George M. Chinn: Sights Set on Innovation,” and 19th-century war records. The Kentucky Historical Society operates the museum with the Kentucky Department for Military Affairs.
- Central Presbyterian Church Louisville, KY
The congregation dates back to 1816, with the establishment of Louisville’s First Presbyterian Church. This church was constructed in several phases beginning in 1909 and replaced a previous structure that was constructed at this location by a smaller congregation that merged with the congregation that became Central Presbyterian.
- Jefferson Jacob School Prospect, KY
Jefferson Jacob School is a Rosenwald School building in Prospect, Kentucky. Rosenwald schools were built across the South during the era of segregation. Julius Rosenwald, president of Sears Roebuck and Company, established the Julius Rosenwald Foundation in 1917. One of the causes he supported was schooling for African Americans in the South. The Rosenwald Fund provided funds for construction; local communities donated land and labor and matched the Fund’s contributions. Ultimately, the program built more than 5,000 schools in fifteen states.