Campbell County, Kentucky

Welcome to the official website of Campbell County, Kentucky!

Rolling Hills to River Cities

 

WELCOME TO CAMPBELL COUNTY, KY

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CAMPBELL COUNTY
Is More Than Open For Business

Our business friendly community strives to ensure that doing business is a smooth process from “Rolling Hills to River Cities”.  With the help of the Campbell County Economic Progress Authority Inc., Campbell County Business Development Corp., and various other community partners you will be well equipped with the resources to be successful.

Whether you are a small enterprise or a Fortune 500 company, you will find the Campbell County advantage is unparalleled business resources, a high quality of life, and a low cost of doing business.  We are “The Best in the Midwest” to live, learn, work, play, and do business; we are Campbell County, Kentucky.

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Free Sample of Paint Hardener

Got leftover paint?  Stop by the Campbell County Extension Office (3500 Alexandria Pike, Highland Heights) for a free paint hardener packet (supplies are limited).  This packet works for latex and acrylic paints, as well as stains.  One packet will harden up to two-thirds of a gallon within 15 minutes.  Once hardened and solidified, leave lid off and dispose in your curbside trash.

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AJ Jolly Park's

Spooktacular Halloween event

Saturday, October 23, 12-3pm

Costume Contests, Games, Vendors, Food, Drinks, Fall Crafts

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What's Happening in Campbell County

The Fall/Winter 2021 Edition of the What's Happening! mailer can be read online here.

Fall/Winter 2021

Adopt-A-Spot in Campbell County

Campbell County is launching a new Adopt-A-Spot Program within the Solid Waste Department. The program will provide Campbell County residents, business owners, students, or other organizations the tools needed to help make a difference in our community. Individuals or organizations can adopt a street, a parking lot, a park, a trail, a community gateway, or pretty much any little spot you can think where litter needs to be picked up on a regular basis. We will ask for a one-year commitment from participants and monthly updates on their litter cleanup efforts through our website. Each participant will be provided trash grabbers, a 5-gallon bucket, trash bags, a safety vest, and a pair of gloves.

Adopt your very own spot by clicking HERE

Campbell County Trail Passport

Looking for a way to get yourself and your family active? Explore nature on trails in the Campbell County area. Check out the Campbell County Trail Passport Project. Here you’ll find eighteen aerial trail maps with detailed information about trail location, length, condition and degree of difficulty.

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The Campbell County Trail Passport Project is a collaborative effort among the parks and recreation departments in Campbell County to encourage walking, hiking, and exploration in our community.

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County Facilities & Parks

This is a map view of all county facilities and parks.