Daniel Boone Community Action Agency has applied for the Community Services Block Grant (CSBG) from the Cabinet for Families and Children. The plan is available for review at the local Community Action Agency.
Daniel Boone Community Action Agency, Inc. has a position available for a Transit Driver for Owsley County. Minimum qualifications: Kentucky drivers license, clear driving record. Criminal record check and drug test required.
Applicants may apply at the Daniel Boone Transit’s Office located in the Owsley County Courthouse, 1st Floor, Booneville, KY. Deadline for applications is November 26, 2018.
Daniel Boone Community Action Agency, Inc., in accordance with applicable Federal and State law, does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, gender identity, pregnancy, disability, age, medical condition, ancestry, marital status, citizenship, sexual orientation, familial status, or any other legally protected characteristic. This nondiscrimination policy covers services provided to the general public and to the employment practices of Daniel Boone Community Action Agency, Inc.
Daniel Boone Community Action Agency’s Needs Assessment is a tool offered to help determine an accurate need within all of our programs. Only by identifying the needs of the areas served can DBCAA deliver services or make referrals. Please take 5 minutes to complete the survey below. All answers are anonymous.
Daniel Boone Transit Receives Award
Daniel Boone Transit was awarded the Outstanding Public Transit System Award for Eastern Kentucky at the 2015 Kentucky Public Transit Association Conference held in Lexington, Kentucky, August 9-14, 2015. Daniel Boone Community Action Agency, Inc., dba Daniel Boone Transit, provides over 150,000 trips and travels over 2 million miles annually in the mountainous counties of Clay, Jackson, Lee, Owsley and Wolfe Counties.
Daniel Boone Transit operates on a demand-response system, which means you must call the transit office in your county and request transportation in advance of the trip. Transportation can be for shopping, medical appointments, education, employment or just to visit a friend, etc. Affordable fares are charged for transportation services.
This system is a consistent partner and valuable member of the public transit community and has been in operation since 1986. They can be relied upon by their communities and by the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet to continue to provide these invaluable services no matter the weather, the terrain, or economic turn. Customer service is the heart of the business. Every client is valued and treated with the utmost respect and care.
Left to right: Darryl Johnson, Diana Spurlock, Debbie Lunsford, Mona Whitaker, Kimberly Patrick, Glen Peters, and Mike Buckles.