High Street Historic District National Register of Historic Places
Downtown Campbellsville – Main Street The Twisted Stem Building
Save the Creek Downtown Campbellsville – South of Main Street 400 ft – Historic District Did you know this waterway is the south boundary of Downtown Campbellsville? Located 400 ft from Main Street, it passes by Main Street, mayor Tony Young’s office, the Campbellsville Taylor County Rescue Squad, the Historic Motor lodge. and the Ballfields […]
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3G/4G Wireless arrives in Downtown Campbellsville thus improving real-time access to the Cloud from mobile devices. Update: LTE arrived in summer of 2014.
The annual Open House event by the merchants of Downtown Campbellsville is all day Saturday November 13 and on Sunday November 14 12pm to 4pm. This event welcomes everyone to shop, dine, and explore everything that Downtown Campbellsville has to offer for the holiday season.
Nearly 1,000 people visited the merchants of Downtown Campbellsville to Trick or Treat. This years event was nearly double in attendance. Parents appreciated the daytime hours from 12pm to 2pm.
Lots of people want closure to the warm days of summer. Come join us for the monthly car show, live performances, and 9/11 remembrances . Check out our friends at http://www.tri-countycarclubonline.com
The Burton Building sold June 1, 2010 and is now being renovated. There are new repairs to the masonry, windows, and roofing. The original iron work and glass transom in the rear has been restored. The interior is remodeled for offices and upstairs condo.
25,000 people attend this year’s parade and fireworks. It is the state’s largest Fourth of July parade.