Kenton County Animal Services is the primary law enforcement and animal sheltering agency for domestic animals in Kenton County.
Business Services is a division of the Office of the Treasurer department and supports the county's cities and businesses, including overseeing annual occupational license fees and renewal returns.
The Kenton County Emergency Communications Center (KCECC) is a multi-agency dispatch center serving all cities and unincorporated areas within Kenton County excluding the cities of Crescent Springs, Elsmere, and Erlanger.
Access more information on Kenton County's Detention Center.
We invite you to come join us for a fun-filled day of golf at our facility!
Homeland Security and Emergency Management Agency (HSEM) coordinate government emergency services in Kenton County, ensuring the needs of the public are met during an emergency or disaster, whether natural (tornado, severe weather, etc) or man-made (hazardous material, radiological).
The Kenton County Fiscal Court is an Equal Opportunity Employer, currently employing approximately 273 full-time employees and over 50 seasonal and part-time employees throughout the various county departments.
Kenton County Fiscal Court funds several programs and services for Kenton County Citizens. These services include Mental Health, Intellectual Disabilities, and Aging.
Come out and enjoy our seven areas of designated park lands, totaling nearly 500 acres of green space.
Find contact information for the Kenton County Police Department, along with crime prevention tips, how to file Open Records Requests, and search for sex offenders.
The Public Works Department is responsible for the maintenance of 250 lane miles of Kenton County's roads, signage on county roads and maintenance of County bridges.
The County Treasurer's Office is comprised of the Business Services, Procurement, and Finance divisions.