Established 1906

Once a bustling railroad city, Ferguson is now a tight-knit community and a Pulaski County destination.

 

The City of Ferguson, Kentucky began as a residential community for railroad workers. Constructed just north of the Cincinnati Southern Railroad’s engine repair facilities, The Ferguson Shops were most likely named after Cincinnati attorney and railroad founder Edward A. Ferguson, known as The Father of the Railway. Ferguson was incorporated by the state assembly in 1906.

 

Come see Ferguson:

  • From the Vine Produce
  • Moody Farms
  • Old Ferguson School

Community Events

SERVICES

Property Tax

  • Tax rate is .158 for every hundred dollars. We currently have 505 tax bills we collect. If taxes are paid by December 1st, a 2% discount is given
  • Base amount is due by December 31st
  • Penalty of 20% plus 6% annually is added January 1st

Utilities

All Utilities are provided by the City of Somerset

306 E. Mt Vernon
Somerset, KY 42501

606-679-6366

Our Leadership

Alan Dobbs

Mayor

City of Ferguson
414 Murphy Avenue
Ferguson, KY 42533

P.O. Box 222
606-678-6800 office
606-678-9638 fax
fergusoncityhall@gmail.com

Karen Gregg

City Council

307 Murphy Avenue
Ferguson, KY 42533
606-872-3871
kgregg@windstream.net

Stephanie Jones

City Council

Ferguson, KY 42533

Paul Moody

City Council

402 Emery Street
Ferguson, KY 42533
606-271-2801
moodypaul@icloud.com

Linda Hughes

City Council

414 Murphy Avenue
Ferguson, KY 42533
606-678-6800
fergusoncityhall@gmail.com

Anthony E DePrato (Tony)

City Council

521 Jacksboro Street
Ferguson, KY 42533
606-679-4789
606-383-3533
Wa4jqs@mikerotec.com

Chase Dobbs

City Council

Ferguson, KY 42533
606-679-6800

City Council Meetings

Meetings are the first Monday of the month at 7 PM at the Old Ferguson School

Police Department

Ferguson Police Department

Chief: Anthony Phillips

414 Murphy Ave
Ferguson, KY 42533

P.O. Box 222
Ferguson, KY 42533

Fergusonkypolice@gmail.com

 606-679-6800 Office

606-305-0581 Cell
606-678-9638 Fax

 

 

 

The Police Department serves the people of Ferguson by reducing crime and providing a safe city:

•The department helps people and provides assistance at every opportunity
•The police department strives for citizen satisfaction with appropriate public safety initiatives
• Ferguson police work together with the community and the Criminal Justice System

 

The Ferguson Police Department will:

• Respect and protect the rights of citizens as determined by the law
• Treat citizens and fellow employees courteously and with dignity 
• Be examples of living honestly and with integrity in their professional and personal lives
• Perform their duties knowing the protection of the lives and property of all citizens is their primary duty

 

Come See Ferguson!

City Hall

City of Ferguson

414 Murphy Ave
Ferguson, KY 42533

P.O. Box 222
606-678-6800 office
606-678-9638 fax
fergusoncityhall@gmail.com