Lakeview Heights, Kentucky

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Lakeview Heights is a city in Rowan County, Kentucky, United States. The population was 251 at the 2000 census. Lakeview Heights was incorporated as a city on November 20, 1979.[1]



Lakeview Heights is located at 38°9′8″N 83°30′16″W / 38.15222°N 83.50444°W / 38.15222; -83.50444 (38.152214, -83.504394)[2].

According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of 0.1 square miles (0.4 km²), all of it land.


Lakeview Heights is governed by a mayor-commission form of government. Officials of Lakeview Heights are elected by a majority vote of the city's citizens. The city's current mayor is David Bolt. Mayor Bolt succeeded long-term mayor Woodrow Barber. Lakeview Heights current city commissioners are Bob Camuel, Mary Magrane, Tim Miller, and Rodney Stanley. The city government meets monthly to discuss and pass local ordinances.

Community Center

Lakeview Heights has a community center located in the Robert Stivers Community Building. This building may be rented out for community and group gatherings and also serves as the meeting place for the city government. The Robert Stivers Community Building has a parking lot for visitors and street access for pedestrian traffic. Amenities available at the community center include a kitchen, two bathrooms, an outdoor patio, and a conference room. The conference room is named in honor of former Lakeview Heights mayor Woodrow Barber.

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