Marshall County and the Kentucky Lakes area has an unsurpassed quality of life.
Along with the small town charm of several communities being perfectly situated on the lake, a 30-minute access to larger communities and two to three hour access to major metropolitan areas makes this an ideal place to live.
Marshall County has a wonderful recreational system comprised of parks, public and private golf courses, numerous lakeside access points and unparalleled fishing opportunities.
Our extensive city and county park systems provide walking trails, playgrounds, tennis courts, basketball courts, picnic pavilions, ball fields and a Veteran's Honor Plaza. The county has award winning schools, churches of every denomination, and an array of retail and restaurants available to our residents.
Marshall County has several large employers including chemical plants, a community hospital and more which provide our residents with many employment opportunities.
Breakdown: Manufacturing (19.1%), Educational, health and social services (17.2%), Retail trade (12.3%).
The school system in Marshall County is a subject of pride in the community. The county is also within a short driving distance of several colleges and universities including Murray State University and West Kentucky Community & Technical College.
Marshall County has numerous civic clubs and organizations that serve this community and are always open to new members willing to "jump" right in and help out for a good cause.
Whatever your passion, chances are we have a group here for you to get involved with. Because we have many utility companies that provide service to our residents, the area of the county that you relocate to will determine which provide services your area.
We suggest that you call one and give them your new address or the address of the place you are considering and they will be able to tell you which company services that particular location and they should be able to answer any of your questions on fess and rates.