U.S. Census 2020 Jobs

The United States Census 2020 is now taking applications for Census Takers! $14 an hour and $0.58 per mile.

The City of London hopes to receive an accurate count of our citizens in 2020 to help improve our roads, schools, emergency services, local jobs, shopping choices, as well as state representation in Congress. Help improve your local community by becoming a Census Taker!

To apply online visit 2020census.gov/jobs or call 1-855-JOB-2020.

The U.S. Census states that 2020 Census jobs provide great pay, flexible hours, weekly pay, and paid training.

London Police Award Officers

London Police Officers received the following awards:

Cpl. Elbert Riley received the Award of Valor for performance above and beyond the normal call of duty by acting with disregard for his own safety while protecting and preserving the lives of others.

Sgt. Jacob Bormann received the Award of Valor for performance above and beyond the normal call of duty by acting with disregard for his own safety while protecting and preserving the lives of others.

Ofc. Logan Medlock received the Meritorious Service Award for his genuine concern for the London Community, providing exemplary professional service, and safety of his fellow officers ensured a job well achieved. Ofc. Medlock also received the Governor’s Award for Impaired Driving Enforcement.

Ofc. Andrew Jackson received the Meritorious Service Award for his genuine concern for the London Community, providing exemplary professional service, and safety of his fellow officers ensured a job well achieved. Ofc. Jackson also received the Professional Esteem Award in recognition of his exemplary performance of duties as a London Police Officer.

Lt. Travis Couch received two Meritorious Service Awards for his genuine concern for the London Community, providing exemplary professional service, and safety of his fellow officers ensured a job well achieved.

Cpl. Troy Truett received the Meritorious Service Award for his genuine concern for the London Community, providing exemplary professional service, and safety of his fellow officers ensured a job well achieved.

Ofc. Joey Robinson received the Meritorious Service Award for his genuine concern for the London Community, providing exemplary professional service, and safety of his fellow officers ensured a job well achieved.

Ofc. Dillon Blair received the Meritorious Service Award for his genuine concern for the London Community, providing exemplary professional service, and safety of his fellow officers ensured a job well achieved. Ofc. Blair also receive the Professional Esteem Award in recognition of his exemplary performance of duties as a London Police Officer.

Ofc. Ben Webb received the Meritorious Service Award for his genuine concern for the London Community, providing exemplary professional service, and safety of his fellow officers ensured a job well achieved.

Ofc. Ashley Taylor receive the Professional Esteem Award in recognition of her exemplary performance of duties as a London Police Officer.

Ofc. Patrick Nunley receive the Professional Esteem Award in recognition of his exemplary performance of duties as a London Police Officer.

London Police Promote Officers

The London Police Department is pleased to announce the following promotions and assignments:

Capt. Randy Medlock has been promoted to the rank of Major. Major Medlock has served with the department for 16 years.

Sgt. Travis Dotson has been promoted to the rank of Operations Lieutenant. Lieutenant Dotson has served with the department for 19 years.

Sgt. Ryan Jackson has been promoted to the rank of Investigative Lieutenant. Lieutenant Jackson has served with the department for 11 years.

Sgt. Travis Couch has been promoted to the rank of Operations Lieutenant. Lieutenant Couch has served with the department for 13 years.

Sgt. Eric Stallard has been awarded the assignment of Detective. Detective Stallard has served with the department for 14 years.

Chief Darrel Kilburn notes, “I am extremely proud of these men for their dedication and love for this department, and even more so for this community. Each of them has served admirably throughout their careers and the London Police Department is blessed to have them. Please keep them, along with their families, in your prayers.”

2021 Town Center Ribbon Cutting

Save the date for The Town Center Summer Concert Series kick-off on Friday, June 4 presented by City of London Tourism!

This hometown celebration will serve as a ribbon-cutting for Town Center Park and feature free live music from My Finest Hour, Sneaky Pete and headlined by Julie Roberts! Food and beverage trucks will be on-site and don’t forget your lawn chair or blanket. Live music begins at 6:30 p.m!

Join us for a wonderful evening of live performances and mark your calendars for the upcoming shows on July 2, August 6, and September 3. Guests will be required to adhere to Covid-19 CDC Guidelines. Stay tuned for additional details on these upcoming performances.

April 2021 Economic Development Update

In the April 2021 update, Executive Director Paula Thompson has 19 announcements about new and expanding businesses in London and Laurel County. Watch the video to the very end to hear a tasty NUGGET about a unique food truck coming to London on May 7. The cuisine it will bring is at the top of our culinary wish list!

Treetop Adventure

Treetop Adventure at Levi Jackson will open on Memorial Day 2021 and is seeking summer and fall employees! Their first session of walk-in interviews will be this Thursday, May 13, 4:00p.m.-5:00p.m. at the Club House at Levi Jackson. Applicants must be 18 years of age.

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