Salyersville, KY Emergency Management

Salyersville, KY Emergency Management Salyersville Kentucky Emergency Management

Operating as usual

NEWS RELEASE: KY 1081 in Magoffin County to be closed beginning Wednesday, June 9
06/09/2021
NEWS RELEASE: KY 1081 in Magoffin County to be closed beginning Wednesday, June 9

NEWS RELEASE: KY 1081 in Magoffin County to be closed beginning Wednesday, June 9

JACKSON, Ky. – Drivers who use KY 1081 (Mine Fork) in Magoffin County will need to find an alternate route beginning Wednesday, June 9. The road will be closed indefinitely to repair a break. The project location is at milepoint 17.75, approximately 0.5 miles from the KY 40 intersection.

05/14/2021

Hornet Drive starting tomorrow at 7:00 am will be closed until Sunday for a new water line to be layed from our river intake to our pump station . This is critical since our old line is in danger of being washed out by the Licking River which would stop water flow to Magoffin Co. residents. Please bear with us but this will make sure water service will continue to all Magoffin Co residents.

03/22/2021

I have spoken to upper management with AEP and have been assured there will be no planned power outage along restaurant row. The outage will be in the Horse Pen area tomorrow from 11-5. They sent me the attached photo of the work area which is displayed in Red. Hopefully this will clarify the outage area.

Photos from Matt Wireman, Magoffin Judge Executive's post
03/11/2021

Photos from Matt Wireman, Magoffin Judge Executive's post

Photos from Matt Wireman, Magoffin Judge Executive's post
03/11/2021

Photos from Matt Wireman, Magoffin Judge Executive's post

03/07/2021

Thanks to Greg Salyer and Walmart of Paintsville for donating 540 cases of water for flood victims. Anyone affected by the recent floods can stop by the Salyersville Fire Department and pick up some water.

Kudos to City Councilman Paul Montgomery and School Board Member Jimmy Gullett for picking up and delivering the water.

03/05/2021

🚨🚨UPDATE!!! 🚨🚨 We realize the devastation from flooding has hit many Eastern Kentucky communities hard. Data and information is evolving quickly so we are removing the priority counties list from our application language. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis as we receive them. Please follow along with our social media and newsletter for our most up to date information and new funding opportunities. Thank you to everyone sharing!

03/04/2021

Anyone in the City of Salyersville who had any damage due to the flooding contact the Salyersville Fire Department at 606-349-3256 and let us know what the damages are so they can be documented.

03/03/2021

Nearly 3,300 customers in the company’s Paintsville operations area are currently without power after a transformer located in the Falcon substation went offline earlier this morning. Crews working to correct the problem have determined the transformer is no longer functional, and a temporary mobile replacement transformer is required to re-energize the station.

Falcon Station feeds three distribution circuits including Burning Fork, Salyersville and Oil Springs. Customers served by these circuits are without power.

Kentucky Power is currently transporting a mobile transformer to Falcon Station and will begin immediate installation upon arrival. Because of the complexity involved in the installation process, estimated time of restoration (ETR) is 12 midnight.

Customers are encouraged to follow Kentucky Power on Facebook for updates as new information becomes available. Customers may also dial 1.800.572.1113 for updated information. Estimated times of restoration are always available at KentuckyPower.com/outages/ or via the company’s smartphone app.

Timeline Photos
02/15/2021

Timeline Photos

I have just declared a State of Emergency. We will be receiving additional ice soon which will create major travel issues and power outages. County roads are closed for non-essential travel until they are passable. State roads remain open but please stay home and stay safe.

Timeline Photos
02/15/2021

Timeline Photos

The Magoffin County Courthouse and non-essential services are closed today, Monday Feb. 15, 2021.

Timeline Photos
02/15/2021

Timeline Photos

Warning!!!! The light mist that’s falling this Sunday evening is accumulating on surfaces and freezing, creating extremely slick roads, side walks and parking lots. Please do not travel this evening or in the morning.

02/12/2021

#KYTCSnowfighters are out treating roads across the state. Lower road temperatures determine the effectiveness of road salt. For more helpful tips, visit snowky.ky.gov

01/05/2021
Magoffin County 911

Magoffin County 911

Great news!! If you are an Appalachian Wireless customer and you dial 911 from your cell phone while in Magoffin County, it now rings into your local Magoffin 911 dispatch center! This provides location services depending on the strength of your cell signal. Previously these calls were routed to the Kentucky State Police in Pikeville or an adjoining county. This helps save time and provides a better response for you and your family.

We are looking to add AT&T wireless customers later this month, then hopefully Verizon and T-Mobile soon after.

01/04/2021
Magoffin County Health Department

Magoffin County Health Department

Update for December 28, 2020; we have 6 cases to report.

The health department is working to address the need for vaccination with non-hospital health care providers (those who work in Magoffin County) and includes anyone who provides direct patient care such as dentists, pharmacists, home health nurses and nurse assistants, respiratory therapists, physicians, Nurse practitioners, physical therapists, mental health direct care providers, and others. If you believe you are in one of these categories and would like more information, please contact us at 606-349-6212. Phase 1b is the next phase and will focus on persons 70 years of age and older, 1st responders, and K-12 school personnel to include all employees who come into contact with children.
Bear with us as we continue to work on vaccinating these groups. Please continue to follow guidelines and help protect others.

01/04/2021
Magoffin County Health Department

Magoffin County Health Department

Out of an abundance of caution the Magoffin County Health Department makes the following announcement. If you ate at Camp Pizza in Salyersville on December 26th, 28th, 29th or 30th from 10:00am to 4:00 pm, we recommend that you monitor yourself for symptoms of COVID 19. For questions call MCHD at 606-349-6212.

12/29/2020
Magoffin County Health Department

Magoffin County Health Department

Update for December 28, 2020; we have 6 cases to report.

The health department is working to address the need for vaccination with non-hospital health care providers (those who work in Magoffin County) and includes anyone who provides direct patient care such as dentists, pharmacists, home health nurses and nurse assistants, respiratory therapists, physicians, Nurse practitioners, physical therapists, mental health direct care providers, and others. If you believe you are in one of these categories and would like more information, please contact us at 606-349-6212. Phase 1b is the next phase and will focus on persons 70 years of age and older, 1st responders, and K-12 school personnel to include all employees who come into contact with children.
Bear with us as we continue to work on vaccinating these groups. Please continue to follow guidelines and help protect others.

12/22/2020
Magoffin County Health Department

Magoffin County Health Department

Out of an abundance of caution, the Magoffin County Health Department makes the following statement.
If you shopped at Speedway on Sunday December 20th from 8am to 11am or 5pm to 8pm, or Monday the 21 st from 11am to 1pm, you may have had a possible exposure to COVID-19. We are asking that you monitor for symptoms and consider testing in 5 days or if symptomatic. Thank you for your cooperation.

12/17/2020
Magoffin County Health Department

Magoffin County Health Department

COVID Case update for the following dates;

Dec 5th- 4
Dec 6th- 2
Dec 7th- 15
Dec 8th- 12
Dec 9th- 7
Dec 10th- 9
Dec 11th- 10
Dec 12th- 9
Dec 13th- 3
Dec 14th- 4
Dec 15th- 2
Dec 16th- 0
Dec 17th- 4

5 remain hospitalized. Please continue to follow guidelines. We will be releasing more information on upcoming COVID vaccine distribution.

12/10/2020
Magoffin County Health Department

Magoffin County Health Department

Out of an abundance of caution, the Magoffin County Health Department makes the following statement. If you shopped at Dollar General Store beside of Walgreens on December 8th you may have had a possible exposure to COVID-19. We are asking that you monitor for symptoms and consider testing. Thank you for your cooperation.

12/05/2020
Magoffin County Health Department

Magoffin County Health Department

Case update for this week is as follows;

December 3- 16 new cases
December 4- 20 new cases

Trends for cases are contacts of positive cases, work related, and nursing home residents/staff.
There are 92 currently active/isolated and 11 hospitalized.

Everyone needs to continue to follow guidelines to help fight the spread.

Magoffin County Health Department
12/05/2020

Magoffin County Health Department

New Guidance for Those Who Have Been Exposed but NOT COVID-19 Positive and REMAIN Without Symptoms.

12/04/2020
Magoffin County 911

Magoffin County 911

*Roadway Open*

HWY 460 W is closed down at the RT 30 intersection for a whole due to a tree blocking the road. Traffic is being re-routed to RT 30.

12/03/2020

Anyone traveling In or Out of Salyersville there is a Tree blocking the roadway on Ivy Point Hill..
those coming into town are urged to use RT 30 to the parkway...
Those traveling out of town are urged to use the MT. Parkway to Exit 72 onto RT. 30

Address

Salyersville, KY
41465

Telephone

911

Alerts

Be the first to know and let us send you an email when Salyersville, KY Emergency Management posts news and promotions. Your email address will not be used for any other purpose, and you can unsubscribe at any time.

Videos

Nearby media companies


Other Salyersville media companies

Show All

Comments

With the recent news of the Coronavirus (COVID-19 ) the Salyersville Emergency Management would like to inform all of our citizens that although sanitizers are a good alternative it is best for people to use SOAP & WATER to clean your hands and to wash for at least 20 seconds