Residents can unwind after a long day at work by strolling through the city's expansive parks or taking a run on the Paducah Greenway Trail. If you'd like your dog to accompany you, Paducah also has a dog park specifically designed with your furry friend in mind. Learn all about your new hometown by visiting the city's multiple history museums. While Paducah is just 20 square miles, you can still find large chain restaurants, theaters, and a mall to service your needs. Healthcare, education, and government top the list of the city's employers. These are generally stable industries, which helps ease the stress of a new resident concerned with the economic environment.

If you move to Paducah, Kentucky and decide you don't want a ranch, you can get a ranch-style home and get the look with less maintenance. Low-rise housing allow for an unobstructed view of the Kentucky sky. In this city, you don't need good fences to make good neighbors. Many homes sit on an acre of land, if not more. The average age of a Paducah, Kentucky home is about forty years, but many have been owner-occupied and well cared-for.

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