KENTON COUNTY CONTINUES PRE-DESIGN PROCESS FOR NEW ADMINISTRATION BUILDING
As we embark on the pre-design phase for the new administration building, we want your input on potential uses of the property.
Click here to learn more about the project OR click here to submit your input.
Thank you for taking the time to help design better governmental services for you.
Looking to clean out the house for spring? Kenton County Public Works is hosting their annual Spring Clean-Up March 30, 31 and April 1 at Lincoln Ridge Park, Piner Elementary School and the Ryland Heights City Building. Times and accepted items vary by location.
Click "READ MORE" for more information.
Citizens of Kenton County will now be able to navigate the County budget through a platform known as OpenGov. The OpenGov platform transforms complex financial data into an interactive, digital format that enables better analysis and understanding of the County’s finances. The platform may be accessed at www.KentonCountyKY.opengov.com/transparency.
“OpenGov is in line with our continued efforts to be transparent with our community,” said Judge/Executive Kris Knochelmann. “It gives residents the tools to understand how the County allocates public money without having to be an expert in finances.”
Yesterday, Boone, Campbell, and Kenton Counties were granted more than a quarter of a million dollars from the federal government to intensify Northern Kentucky’s fight against the opioid epidemic. These funds are being fully directed to the Northern Kentucky Drug Strike Force to support law enforcement initiatives to battle illegal distribution and use of heroin across the region.
On March 14, 2017, the Office of National Drug Control Policy released a promissory note for $275,000 to Boone, Campbell, and Kenton Counties as part of the three-county area’s inclusion in the Ohio High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area (HIDTA). Additional funds are anticipated to be released in 2018.