There are plenty of good reasons why a national survey by Area Development Magazine ranked the Elizabethtown–Fort Knox Metropolitan Statistical Area fifth in their list of the Top 20 Southern Cities for Economic Development and Job Growth. Talent, businesses, and industry are flocking to our region because it is a great place to find success. But they stay here because it’s also a great place to live, due to factors such as great housing options to accommodate your family, quality education and outstanding healthcare.


Purchasing a home in Elizabethtown grants you the luxury of residing in a thriving community that is strategically positioned along major highways. The best part? You get to enjoy all the advantages of city living without the typical expenses associated with metropolitan areas. Embrace the best of both worlds, as Elizabethtown offers the amenities of a metropolitan community at the affordable cost of a charming small town.


Elizabethtown students are provided with a quality education through two different school districts: Hardin County Schools and Elizabethtown Independent Schools. In addition to the great sports facilities offered by schools within these districts, student-athletes can also enjoy playing sports at the state-of-the-art Elizabethtown Sports Park, along with the indoor area’s premier indoor sports complex, Bluegrass Sportsplex.

With three high schools, six middle schools, seven elementary schools, an early college and career center, and an alternative school, Hardin County Schools provides excellent education for students throughout Hardin County.

Serving Elizabethtown students, Elizabethtown Independent Schools offers exceptional education through a high school, middle school, two elementary schools, a preschool and kindergarten center, and an additional education center.


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Photo Credit: Elizabethtown Lifestyle Magazine

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