To provide the services in the City of Paducah, it demands research and development, strategic planning, innovative partnerships, and advanced technology. Paducah works hard to serve our customer’s needs in addition to ongoing efforts to improve the quality of life of citizens and increase economic development opportunities.
The City of Paducah wants to learn more about the community and provide an opportunity for citizens to be educated about the City’s wide range of programs, plans, projects, and services. That’s the reason behind a Speaker’s Bureau. It’s a free service created for citizens to receive information, get involved, and ask questions. City of Paducah employees are willing to share their knowledge, programs, and services with Paducah’s church, civic, community, and professional organizations. Groups may include homeowners’ associations, neighborhood associations, garden clubs, school clubs, senior groups, or any group who wants to be involved.
You or your organization may request a guest speaker to attend a meeting or special event. If you would like to request a speaker, please send the following information to Pam Spencer, Public Information Officer. Please provide the information a minimum of two weeks prior to your event.
You will be contacted by the Public Information Officer to confirm the details. We will make every attempt to schedule your requested speaker; however, granting a request is subject to the speaker’s availability. If there is a topic of interest not on the list below, please contact the Public Information Officer.
911 Communications Services Department - The Career and Responsibilities of being a Telecommunicator
Convention Center Corporation - Managing the Julian Carroll Convention Center and Expo Center
General Government - Paducah Government Structure, City Manager Form of Government, Paducah Citizens' Academy
Human Rights, Paducah Human Rights Commission - Fairness in housing, employment, and public accommodations
Information Technology - Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and Mapping
Parks and Recreation Department