What We Do
The Buffalo Trace Area Development District (BTADD) was established in 1969 as a regional planning and development organization.
BTADD assists the counties of Bracken, Fleming, Lewis, Mason & Robertson with the planning and implementation of a variety of programs
and services. The Area Development Districts serve as forums, clearinghouses, technical centers and as conveners for the region and
they have both federal and state statutory authority.
Who We Serve
Brooksville - County Seat
Flemingsburg - County Seat
Vanceburg - County Seat
Think Kentucky Demographics - MASON COUNTY
Maysville - County Seat
Mt. Olivet - County Seat
Programs and Services
The Area Agency on Aging (AAA) is responsible for implementing the Older Americans Act of 1965 by working with local officials to identify
the needs of the elderly. The AAA works as an advocate on behalf of all Older Americans in the Buffalo Trace Region. The AAA develops,
implements and administers the Buffalo Trace Area Plan on Aging. The Buffalo Trace Area Council on Aging operates under the supervision
of the Buffalo Trace Area Development District Board of Directors, and works with BTADD staff to fulfill the goals and objectives of the Area
Plan on Aging. The Area Plan outlines strategies for comprehensive delivery system of services to seniors in the Buffalo Trace five-county
area; Bracken, Fleming, Lewis, Mason, and Robertson.
The Aging Services Department can assist with Adult Day Care, Senior Centers in the region, Counseling, support,
advocacy, Family Caregiver Support, In Home Assistance, Service Providers, and State Health Insurance issues.
For more Information regarding the Aging Services Department and how we may assist you, visit our Aging Services section
on our website or feel free to contact Caroline Ullery, Aging Director at 606-564-6894 or email@example.com.
Planning and Development
The Buffalo Trace Planning and Development team works with local governments, businesses, agencies, special districts, and individuals
to help build strong communities by implementing the Community Economic Development Strategies Plan (CEDS). Our assistance encompasses
a wide range of activities provided by specialized staff in Economic Development, Community Development, Local Government Assistance,
Agriculture Programs, Transportation Programs, Hazard Mitigation Planning, Local Government GIS Services, Enhanced 911 Services, and
For more Information regarding the Planning and Development Department and how we may assist you, visit our Planning and Development
section on our website or feel free to
contact Kevin Cornette, Economic Development Director at 606-564-6894 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Buffalo Trace Finance Department provides technical assistance to local units of government in financial administration and related areas.
The Finance Department assists city and county government in establishing sound purchasing procedures, providing assistance with uniform
financial reporting, providing technical assistance in personnel and management administration, providing training programs for local officials,
assistance in cash investment management, and assisting with ordinance preparation with occupational taxes.
For more Information regarding the Finance Department and how we may assist you, visit our Finance section on our website
or feel free to contact Michael Thoroughman, Fiscal Officer at 606-564-6894 or email@example.com.
The Lending Services Department is the Program Administrator for the 1985 Kentucky Multi County Mortgage Revenue Bond Program, involving 53
counties and the City of Louisville. Lending Services Staff monitor loans, handle collections, and initiates foreclosure actions as needed.
Lending Services Staff make loans to prospective homebuyers to purchase, build, or buy manufactured homes in the five-county area through the
Kentucky Housing Corporation. Additionally, the Lending Services programs encompass the Economic Development Administration (EDA) Business Loan
program, Infrastructure Loan program, SBA Microloan Program, Buffalo Trace AG Loan Program, and the BTADD/Rural Development
Intermediary Relending Program. The Lending Services Department works with the Small Business Adminitration staff and Morehead State
University Small Business Development Center in a process to help clients prepare information to present to a potential lender for funding.
For more Information regarding the Lending Services Department and how we may assist you, visit our Lending Services section on our website
or feel free to contact Lindsay Phillips, Loan Officer at 606-564-6894 or Email her HERE.
Buffalo Trace Area Development District has been designated as the administrative entity for the TENCO Workforce Investment Area (LWIA)on
behalf of the TENCO Workforce Investment Board (LWIB) for employment and training programs in a ten county area which includes Bath, Bracken,
Boyd, Fleming, Greenup, Lewis, Mason, Montgomery, Robertson and Rowan.
Workforce services, under the WIA Title I programs, provide employment
and training services to eligible employers, future employees, the unemployed and the underemployed.
There are three TENCO One-Stop Career
Centers which can provide information, eligibility determination, referrals, job search and placement activities, career counseling and case
management services. The Career Centers are located in Ashland, Maysville and Morehead and have a wide array of state and federal services
available through WIA and other partners including the Office of Employment & Training.
We are located at: 201 Government Street · Suite 300 · Maysville, Kentucky 41056
606/564-6894 · 800/998-4347 · 800-648-6056 TDD 60 · 6/564-0955 Fax
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The Buffalo Trace Area Development District provides services on a non-discriminatory basis.
Reasonable accommodations will be made upon request for those with hearing, visual and all other handicaps.
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