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Located in the splendor of Daniel Boone Country, this community is named after Richmond, Virginia, the birthplace of Colonel John Mill. Local lore claims that crystal-clear spring water and friendly Indian tribes led this active Revolutionary War soldier to settle here.
Legendary historical figures, such as Daniel Boone, Christopher “Kit” Carson, and abolitionist Cassius Marcellus Clay are among Richmond’s many notable former residents. Richmond, KY’s population was 27,152 at the time of the 2000 Census, ranking Richmond as KY’s seventh-largest city. Richmond remains the primary city of the Richmond-Berea Micropolitan Statistical Area, which encompasses Madison andRockcastle counties.
Richmond houses Eastern Kentucky University (EKU), which offers customary classes and degrees, as well as public outreach programs and facilities that enrich the community. These include the Daniel Boone monument, EKU Greenhouse, Hummel Planetarium, and Meadowbrook Farm. Other higher learning facilities in the area include Bluegrass Community and Technical College and the University of Kentucky.
The local educational institutions also provide a wealth of jobs for the region. Other major employers in the Richmond area include Blue Grass Army Depot, Enersys, NACCO Materials Handling Group and Tokico. These businesses represent the diverse base of industry that contributes to the area’s economic success.
Richmond takes pride in its charming downtown district, where antique shops and stately old buildings rank among the most well-preserved commercial districts from 19th century Kentucky. This lovely city enjoys designation as a National Main Street Community, and hosts three Historic Districts and more than 100 listings on the National Historic Register. Popular visitor destinations include Deer Run Stables, Fort Boonesborough State Park, Kentucky Law Enforcement Memorial, the Kentucky River, Lake Reba,Richmond Raceway, and White Hall State Historic Site.
Richmond, Kentucky’s easy interstate access, close proximity to Versailles, Winchester, and the Lexington-Fayette area, and a lower cost of living are among the many reasons for the steady growth of this community. Since Richmond is in the heart of Eastern Kentucky, many visitors will cross it at least once when visiting other historical sites such as Hazard, Pikeville, Ashland, or Paintsville.