Wickliffe, KY

Located at the confluence of the Mississippi and Ohio, Wickliffe, KY is geographically ideal for industries of all types- with major riverways, rail, highway and interstate access in close proximity. Wickliffe supports an expanding river industry and is the gateway city linking Kentucky to the Bootheel of Missouri and Southern Illinois.

Wickliffe, KY is rich with history with tourist attractions such as The Fort Jefferson Cross as well as the Wickliffe Mounds State Park and National Trail of Tears Site. Discover historic buildings and churches, complimented by shops and restaurants, all built around the County Seat’s Historic Courthouse. Wickliffe City Park is just steps away!

For outdoor enthusiasts Wickliffe isn’t just a Hunter’s Paradise, you’ll appreciate the vast series of Oxbow Lakes, trails, and impressive river views of The Confluence of two of Americas Largest Rivers.

Wickliffe prides itself on it’s family atmosphere and rich history. Whether you are looking to invest as a business, raise a family, or visit one of our amazing tourist attractions- Wickliffe, KY has something for everyone!

The cities strong people, and impressive resolve to construct two massive monuments in its rich history, give this city it’s truly monumental inspiration!

City of Wickliffe Contacts:

David Phillips, Mayor
Wickliffe City Hall
321 Court Street
PO Box 175
Wickliffe, KY 42087
(270) 335-3557

Bethany Cain, City Clerk

 City Council**

Anna Abernathy
Anna Ruth Bowman
Judy Hall
Cathy Pigg
Megan Blankenship
Ruth Taylor 

** The Wickliffe City Council Meets the 2nd Thursday of every month at 4:00 PM at City Hall, Wickliffe KY. 

Wickliffe Fire Department

Emergency Dial 911
88 Mayolo Avenue
Wickliffe, KY 42087
(270) 335-3205

Victor Erdahl, Fire Chief
E-mail:  chief@wickliffefire.us

Wickliffe Public Works

(270) 335-3284

Guy Johnson, Superintendent of Waterworks

Wickliffe Mounds State Historic Site

94 Green Street
Wickliffe, KY 42087
(270) 335-3681