Albany/Clinton County, KY

Whether you're here for a visit or here to stay, welcome. We're glad you have found your way home. There is no place quite like Albany, Kentucky. From the sparkling waters to the lush foothills, this land is gorgeous. Once you've watched the sun set on the horizon of this place you won't ever want to leave.

Driving through Clinton County you're likely to see sprawling fields of tobacco and corn crops, pumpjacks pumping oil, poultry houses, boats, and more boats. We're a farming community with a few industries scattered throughout, and you are sure to observe the opportunities of the lakes with both Dale Hollow Lake and Lake Cumberland within our borders.

Albany-Clinton County has the warmth of a small town with just enough unique aspects to make it a thriving community. So, whether you're looking to build your first home or your looking for a retirement home, you've chosen the right place.


Welcome to the city of Albany and Clinton County!

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Health coalition is intended to engage a broad spectrum of community partners to promote the physical and behavioral health and well being of children ages 5-18 years old as they grow into adults, by supporting local systems, environments, and policies that reduce risks for chronic diseases and help supper healthy behaviors for a lifetime. 
Recently Clinton County was awarded a grant from Foundation for a Healthy Kentucky to address health concerns in our youth. National statistics reveal Kentucky’s children are at a greater risk than the national average in several chronic disease factors:
- Almost 4 in 10 (37%) between the ages of 10 and 17 are     overweight or obese.
- 1 in every 400 children or adolescents either has or will be diagnosed with diabetes.
- More than 1 in 4 high school students smoke cigarettes.
- When children grow into adulthood, Kentucky is above the national average in deaths from heart disease, cancer and stroke.
For more information about the health coalition contact April Speck, Healthy Hometown Coordinator at 606-306-7044 or

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