Hazard is located in the heart of the Appalachian Coalfields in Eastern KY. You find it at the crossroads of Highways 15 and 80 and the Hal Rogers Parkway - formerly the Daniel Boone Parkway.

Ronnie Bentley

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The City of Hazard

The City of Hazard was founded in 1884 on land deeded to the town trustees by Elijah Combs and his wife, Sarah. Hazard is the seat of Perry County, established in 1820, the 68th county to be formed in Kentucky. Both the county and the city were named to honor Commodore Oliver Hazard Perry, a naval hero from the War of 1812.

The City of Hazard and Perry County work closely together to improve the lives of their citizens. Perry County civic organizations which provide additional funding and support to the whole community are Hazard-Perry County Community Ministries, Inc., Rotary, Lions, Kiwanis, Chamber of Commerce, Hazard Women’s Club, and other fraternities and sororities.

The DC Elevator Office

From the heart of Perry County, Ronnie Bentley and his team serve our clientele in the Eastern parts of Kentucky. It is our firm belief that being off-the-grid should not create a disadvantage for our customers, and that it is their prerogative to receive excellent service at a great price.