Welcome to the City of Scottsville website. This site is intended to provide you with basic information about Scottsville and to introduce you to our city services. If you need additional information, please contact my office.

Scottsville is a small town with a lot of history and a big heart. Some things that make us special are our beautiful downtown, our strong business community, our variety of residential choices and our many active civic organizations. In addition, we have a first-class school system and ready access to quality healthcare.

Scottsville is a warm and welcoming place where we embrace our heritage yet continue to work to enhance opportunities for those who live here today and for those who will live here in the years to come. I like to say it is a wonderful place to work, to play, to worship, to grow—to live!


David Burch, Mayor

Office Hours:
8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Monday - Friday

201 W Main St.
Scottsville, KY 42164

E-mail: david.burch@cityofscottsville.org

Office: (270) 237-3238

Fax: (270)-237-4922

News and information on the City of Scottsville, KY. Interviews with people associated with local, state and federal government, in addition to special guests of the Mayor.



David has been mayor since 2019. He is married to Kelly Calvert Burch, a lifelong resident of Scottsville and a retired English and History teacher at Allen County-Scottsville High. They have one daughter, Ella, who is currently a senior at Centre College. The job of mayor keeps him busy, but in his spare time, the mayor loves to spend time doing just about anything with his family and their two dogs—Colonel Roosevelt, a sheepadoodle and Hay Bale, a Standard Poodle. That only leaves some brief moments to keep his yard mowed and to assist his mom and mother-in-law. David is a member of Scottsville Baptist Church, Halfway Masonic Lodge #852 and a lifelong fan of the Cincinnati Reds.

David Burch with his wife and daughter.
David with his daughter, Ella
Hay Bale and Colonel Roosevelt
David Burch

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