Bonnieville, Kentucky

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City of Bonnieville, Kentucky

Welcome to Bonnieville KY

 Bonnieville is a rural city in Hart County Kentucky rich in history and community spirit. We are the first Hart County exit, located in South Central Kentucky, exit 71 from Southbound I-65. Bonnieville was established as Bacon Creek Station in 1849. Bacon Creek Station changed its name to Bonnieville, Ky on March 18, 1880, originally was incorporated May 5, 1880. On December 12th, 1955 the City of Bonnieville was officially incorporated as a sixth class city. We continue to hold precious our heritage and our history. We have a small area that is designated as official Bonnieville city limits, but the Bonnieville community stretches across a much larger area. This year the city completed phase I of a friendly annexation, with businesses and households requesting to be included in City limits. According to 2010 census data there are 255 people living in the city, with an average household size of 2.52 people. Part of the original main line of the historic Louisville and Nashville Railroad {currently CSX} run through the city and 31w runs right through the main part of town. Our 165 year old community is continuing to grow with several current expansion and land preservation projects underway. We treasure the past while embracing the future.

More information on Bonnieville can be found on our LOCAL HISTORY PAGE.

The City of Bonnieville has a Mayor and six Council members. Council meetings are held the first Monday of each month at 6 pm central time at City Hall. If the scheduled Monday falls on a holiday, council meetings are automatically rescheduled for the next Monday. Check out our Bonnieville Community CALENDAR OF EVENTS !

Every year Bonnieville hosts a July 4th Homecoming Celebration, we have a traditional parade and celebrate America's Independence with old fashioned 4th of July events. Memorial Day weekend the annual Memorial Day Veterans Ceremony is held at Bonnieville Memory Park Cemetery. Memorial Day, originally called Decoration Day, is a day of remembrance for those who have died in our nation's service. In December, on the second Saturday, the annual "Wreaths Across America" ceremony is held. Local citizens purchase wreaths to place on veterans graves. A Remembrance ceremony is held in unison across the world to remember and honor our loved ones who have served. The mission of Wreaths across america is to 'Remember, Honor, and Teach'...


Be sure and visit Memory Park Cemetery's Beautiful Veterans Monument !

Bonnieville is proud to announce its designation as a 'PURPLE HEART' city!

Come visit us and be a part of our community.

We are always looking for volunteers to help with our Community activities.

Come and be a part of our community celebrations !

Come Home to Bonnieville...


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compliments of the City of Bonnieville !










City of Bonnieville WEBSITE maintained & updated courtesy:
Linda Watts. Last update: February 2015. all rights reserved!

Community Events


Emergency Phone Numbers

Hart County Sheriff:  911
(non-emergency:  270-524-2341)

Ambulance:  911

Fire Department:  911

(non-emergency:  270-531-3378)

City Hall

7775 N Dixie Hwy
PO Box 85
Bonnieville, Kentucky 42713


City Clerk Hours:
Monday, Wednesday & Friday 8:00am - 4:00pm
closed for lunch 11:30-1:00