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Wilmore Municipal Center

The Wilmore Municipal Center office is open Monday through Friday from 8:00 am to 4:30 pm.

JCPL+ Wilmore

Jessamine County Clerk Wilmore Office

City Hall

History

The City of Wilmore purchased the former school building at 210 S. Lexington Ave. on June 15, 2020. The purchase price was $250,000, which was an extremely good deal for the building and 9 acres of land. The City was able to secure the building for government use after Jessamine County Schools decided to discontinue the use of the building as a school.

The building was first used as Wilmore High School, followed by Wilmore Elementary School, and then Jessamine Early Learning Village and ended its school function as The Providence School.

Wilmore government is excited about all the additional space and amenities the building will provide. The gymnasium and the stage will be used for athletics and performances. The former cafeteria will be available for meeting space for large groups. Several classrooms will also be available for smaller meetings and recreational classes. A proposed History Room will house memorabilia and historical artifacts from Wilmore that the public can view.

City Hall personnel and administrators will have offices across the front of the building in the former office space used by school personnel. The City Council Chambers will be housed in the former library space in the building, and will provide a much bigger room with more seating available. Wilmore Police Department will occupy the stone portion of the building and have offices and training space. Wilmore Fire Department will have office space and training rooms in the other wing of the building. Wilmore Parks & Recreation will utilize the gym and several other spaces for programming and for rentals.

Vince Lewellen has been named as the Director of Facilities & Cemetery and will oversee all aspects of the “new” building.

The City sold the former City Hall building in downtown Wilmore on E. Main Street with the stipulation that the new use will continue economic development for the downtown area.

Facility Rental

For and reservation questions or more information please email reservations@wilmore.org

Assembly Hall

Gymnasium

Activity Room

Meeting Room

Dan Glass Pavilion

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the library hous

Mon. – Thurs. 8:00 AM – 8:30 PM
Fri. 8:00 AM – 7:00 PM
Sat. 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Sun. 1:00 PM – 6:00 PM

What services are offered at JCPL+ Wilmore
  • Holds pick-up
  • Book drop for returns
  • New & popular materials
  • Books for children, teens, and adults
  • DVDs
  • Public computers
  • Printing & copying
  • Convenient videophone to chat with library staff
How do I get a library card?

You can learn about getting a library card here

How do you access JCPL+ Wilmore?

To access the self-service space, scan your library card and input your PIN.

Who has access to JCPL+ Wilmore?

Any cardholders in good standing with the library.

Can children visit unattended?

No, cardholders must also be 18 years of age or older to enter JCPL+ unattended.

What are the County Clerk hours?

Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM

What are City Hall’s hours?

City Hall’s office is open Monday through Friday from 8:00 am to 4:30 pm.

Phone: 859-858-4411

Phone: 859-858-4412

Fax: 859-858-3595

Email: info@wilmore.org

City Hall 210 S. Lexington Ave.

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