City of Hodgenville
PO Drawer 189
208 North Lincoln Blvd.
Hodgenville, KY 42748
Web site: hodgenville.ky.gov
Office Hours: Monday-Friday 8:00am – 5:00pm EST
City Council Meeting: 2nd Monday, 7:00pm EST
History: Hodgenville, the seat of LaRue County, is located on the site of Robert Hodgen’s mill on the Nolin River. The mill was built in 1789 near Phillips’ Fort, which was built in 1781; in what was then Hardin County. Hodgenville was established in 1818, and became the county seat when LaRue County was created in 1843. The first post office opened as Hodgensville in 1826, and was renamed Hodgenville in 1904. Abraham Lincoln was born near Hodgenville and the Abraham Lincoln Birthplace National Historic site is on US 31E south of town. The population in 2004 was 2,779.
The Square in Hodgenville