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The Lake Cumberland Area Development District is a regional planning and development agency based in Russell Springs, Kentucky, that serves Adair, Casey, Clinton, Cumberland, Green, McCreary, Pulaski, Russell, Taylor and Wayne counties.

LCADD Contact Information

Lake Cumberland Area Development District
 P.O. Box 1570 (mailing)
 2384 Lakeway Dr.
 Russell Springs, KY 42642
 Phone:  270-866-4200
 Toll Free: 800-264-7093
 TDD: 800-648-6056
 Fax: 270-866-2044


AmeriCorps Offers Employment Opportunities in Russell Springs
AmeriCorps Kentucky currently has job openings for an Active Choices Program Coordinator and an Active Choices Program Member.­ Employees in these two positions will serve the Lake Cumberland area and work from offices located in Russell Springs, Kentucky. Please see job descriptions for details and contact information.
Active Choices Program Coordinator
Active Choices Program Member

Recording of "Best Practices for Animal Shelters" Presentation Now Available (LCADD News)

LCADD to Receive Animal Shelter and Community Assessments (LCADD News)

Looking for employment opportunities within our region? 
Kentucky Career Center -- Cumberlands (website)
Kentucky Career Center -- Cumberlands (facebook page)

 Pulaski County Snapshot:

Lake Cumberland at Fishing Creek
(Photo by Judy McClure Hachey)

Left to right: Darryl McGaha, LCADD Executive Director, and LCADD's 2019 Board Officers, Cumberland County Judge-Executive John Phelps, Chairman; Green County Judge-Executive John Frank, Vice Chairman; Russell County Citizen Member June McGaha, Secretary; and Burnside Mayor Robert Lawson, Treasurer.

Above are scenes from the 2019 Hee Haw Hootenanny, LCADD's annual picnic which was held on May 24, 2019 in Liberty. This event offers a fun-filled day of games, food, music and fellowship for the senior citizens in the ten-county area. 

Left: Lori Farris, Office of the Kentucky Attorney General, was the special guest speaker at LCADD's Regional Elder Abuse Council Meeting, held January 31. Farris' presentation focused on scams that are targeted directly at senior citizens. She shared information from the Office of Senior Protection, which works to educate, empower and protect Kentucky seniors. The Office of Senior Protection falls under the Families Branch of the Office of the Attorney General.  

LCADD-operated senior centers offer a variety of activities for their patrons, such as this ROOK Tournament, above far left, which was held at the Casey County Senior Center in Liberty. 

LCADD Calendar