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  • How do I Contact my Fiscal Court (Governing Body)
    County Judge Executive Mason Barnes 270.586.7184 Office North Magistrate Scott Poston 270.647.2814 Cell South Magistrate Myron Thurman 270.392.5575 Cell East Magistrate Marty Chandler 270.392.0359 Cell West Magistrate Nathaniel Downey 757.749.5041 Cell County Attorney Sam Phillips 270.586.3830 For General Questions call 270-586-7184 All Mail Fiscal Court Should be Sent to PO Box 242 Franklin, KY 42135-0242
  • How Do I Get a Vehicle Inspection
    Vehicle Inspection All vehicles purchased out of state must be inspected by the sheriff's office before applying for a Kentucky title. There is a $5.00 charge for inspections performed at the sheriff's office and $15.00 for off-site. Click here for a blank application for Kentucky certificate of title or registration. You can call the Sheriff Office at 270-586-7425 or visit them at  203 E Kentucky St, Franklin, KY 42134 Inspection check list: VIN verification in 2 places Odometer reading Horn - working order Intact windshield (no cracks or holes) Window tint - 35% or higher on front driver/passenger doors, 18% rear driver/passenger doors and rearview window. No tint is allowed below the manufacturers AS-1 line (5 inches from top) on the front windshield. Windshield wipers - working order Headlights (high beams and low beams) - working order Turn signals (right, left, front, rear) - working order Brake lights - working order Reverse lights - working order
  • How do I Sign Up for Emergency Alerts
    Simpson County ALERT is a free service that allows you to sign up and receive notifications about emergencies that may affect the locations you care about. This service allows emergency response agencies to send out accurate and up-to-date information about incidents that may have a significant impact to residents. These emergency alerts could be related to specific hazards that require action be taken such as evacuation, shelter in place, boil water, etc. In addition to receiving information on your wireless device, you may also sign up to receive notification on a traditional landline phone. Adding your address will provide you with geographically targeted alerts when an emergency impacts your specific location.
    All listed landline phone numbers have already been programmed into the system, but since many people no longer have a home phone or primarily use their mobile devices, SCOEM encourages citizens to register their cell phone with Simpson County ALERT. The system can make thousands of calls in a minute to convey vital information.Click here to Sign Up Now
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