Ask residents why they like living in Frankfort and time and time again, you’ll hear references to quality of life assets such as the gracious hospitality of the people, the natural beauty of our Bluegrass region, and the wealth of cultural and recreational offerings. These assets and more combine to create a sophisticated community that accommodates diverse interests, yet is small enough that everyone plays an important role. Frankfort has been rated as one of the top “micropolitan” areas in the nation.
Home to Kentucky’s capital, Frankfort also offers the commerce and cultural benefits of hosting major manufacturing and technology employers and Kentucky State University. With all its bustling activity, Frankfort still retains a pleasant, secure atmosphere. Highly regarded public and private schools accommodate learners of every age, public parks and recreational programs are readily available, and housing is surprisingly affordable. When you make your home in Frankfort, along with the some 27,741 permanent residents, your choices are unlimited.