Weather Conditions Lead to Closure of Paducah City Hall and Other Offices on February 3, 2022

Date of Release: 
February 02, 2022

Date of release:  February 2, 2022

With the forecast of a significant accumulation of ice from the winter storm moving into the area, Paducah City Hall located at 300 South 5th Street and other City offices will be closed on Thursday, February 3.

City Manager Daron Jordan said, “Following the lead of Governor Andy Beshear who has declared a state of emergency along with the closure of state offices on Thursday to keep thousands of employees of the highways, Paducah is urging citizens to stay off of the roadways, if possible.  This powerful winter storm will create difficult and dangerous driving conditions.”

For those who must travel, please review these safety tips.

  • Share your travel plans with friends or family.
  • Stay up-to-date on the weather forecast and road conditions.
  • Pack an emergency supply kit that includes warm clothing, blankets, a flashlight, bottled water, food, jumper cables, and sand.

The National Weather Service has issued an Ice Storm Warning for Paducah effective today at 6 p.m. until 6 a.m. Friday.