City of Muldraugh
202 Wendell Street
Muldraugh, KY 40155
Web site: muldraugh.ky.gov
Office Hours: Monday-Friday 8:30am – 4:00pm EST
City Council Meeting: 2nd Monday, 6:30pm EST
History: Muldraugh was named after Muldraugh Hill, a dominant ridge just east of the city which stretches from West Point in Hardin County, on the Ohio River; 75 miles southeasterly through Nelson and LaRue Counties to Calvalry in Marion County. The Muldraugh Post Office was established in 1874, and Muldraugh was incorporated in 1952. Muldraugh began as a small settlement between Louisville and Nashville; it grew in size after the Fort Knox Military Reservation was established in 1918. Population in 2010 was 947.
Muldraugh City Hall