Video: Transition of Driver Licensing

In Daviess County, driver licensing has transitioned to the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet. Apply for a REAL ID, standard driver's license, learner permit, commercial driver’s license, or state ID card at the KYTC Regional Office.  The office is located at 2620 Highway 81 in the Daviess County Government Operations Center. Hours are Monday – Friday from – Read More

Fairview Drive Widening Project

The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) is seeking public feedback on the proposed widening project for Fairview Drive. The project would extend from the Highway 54 corridor to Settles Road, with the goal of improving traffic flow and safety for motorists as well as pedestrians. Watch the video with KYTC Chief District Engineer Deneatra Henderson. To – Read More

Fairview Drive Meeting Rescheduled

The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) has rescheduled a public meeting for the proposed widening project on Fairview Drive, between Settles Road and Highway 54. The meeting will be held on Thursday, September 23rd from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at Highland Elementary School. Click here to review the project overview and supporting documents.  Participants will – Read More

Transition of Driver Licensing

All in-person driver licensing services will shift to the KYTC Regional Office on September 27th. Daviess County residents may renew or apply for a REAL ID, standard driver's license, learner permit, commercial driver license (CDL), or ID card at the regional office. “It’s a new era of driver licensing in Kentucky,” Gov. Andy Beshear said. – Read More

Postponed: Fairview Drive Meeting

The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet will postpone a planned public meeting on the Fairview Drive widening project. KYTC District 2 released the following statement:  Due to staffing shortages caused by COVID -19, the public meeting scheduled for Fairview Drive will be postponed until September.  A date and location have yet to be determined. The format will – Read More

KYTC: Outer Loop Not Feasible At This Time

The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet released the following statement regarding the Owensboro Outer Loop Feasibility Study.  A more detailed report will be made available in the fall. (July 22, 2021) –  The project team consisting of the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC), Owensboro Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO), and the consultant met on July 20, 2021 to review – Read More

Meeting Recap: Dust Bowl Week Proclamation

Judge-Executive Al Mattingly proclaimed July 16-24 as ‘Dust Bowl Week’ in Daviess County.  The 48th annual basketball tournament will be held at Kendall – Perkins Park. More Information: https://owensborodustbowl.org/ Fire Tower at Panther Creek Park Gardner Engineering Consulting, PLLC will assess the structural condition of the fire tower at Panther Creek Park.  The observation area – Read More

Video: How to Obtain a REAL ID Credential

The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) has opened a permanent Regional Driver Licensing Office at the Daviess County Operations Center. “The new Owensboro office expands an important customer service,” said KYTC Secretary Jim Gray.  “But we are doing so in a way that protects the health and safety of our customers and our employees. That includes – Read More

Improving access to REAL ID credentials in Daviess County

The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) will open a permanent Regional Driver Licensing office in Daviess County to administer REAL ID-compliant credentials. Judge-Executive Al Mattingly and State Representative Suzanne Miles discussed the move in a recent interview at the Daviess County Courthouse. “Daviess County is one of the largest counties in western Kentucky and we had – Read More