Campbell County, Kentucky

Welcome to the official website of Campbell County, Kentucky!

Rolling Hills to River Cities




Important links for accurate, up-to-date COVID-19 information:

Northern Kentucky Health Department 
Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)  
Kentucky COVID Hotline: 1-800-722-5725
State of Kentucky COVID19 Alerts

COVID-19 reporting hotline is 1-833-KY-SAFER or (833)-597-2337.  Residents can report businesses that are open that are not practicing social distancing and the necessary hygiene steps.  The hotline will be open from 7:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. Residents can leave messages after hours to make sure all reports are recorded. All calls will be answered by a Kentucky Labor Cabinet employee.

St. Elizabeth COVID-19 Helpline is 1-800-737-7900. The St. Elizabeth Helpline is staffed by St. Elizabeth associates to help answer patient and community questions and/or concerns regarding COVID-19. Any person needing help with COVID-19 concerns can call for support. The helpline is available every day, Monday through Sunday, from 7:30 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. After hours, a person can leave a message and the call will be returned the following morning.

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Recent News

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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Early Voting

You can vote in person starting October 13th through Election Day, November 3rd, at the Campbell County Administration Building located at 1098 Monmouth Street, Newport. Voting hours are Monday - Friday 8:30AM to 4:00PM and Saturdays 9:00AM to 1:00PM.  Any registered voter who has NOT requested a mail-in ballot is eligible to vote in-person and no appointment is necessary. A valid form of identification (e.g. driver's license) is required.  For a complete list of polling locations open on Election Day, November 3rd please click the following link.

Polling Locations

Household Hazardous Waste Collection

The Household Hazardous Waste Collection has been scheduled for Saturday, November 7th.

Event Info

Campbell County Trail Passport

Looking for a way to get yourself and your family active? Take in some fall color and 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.

Tails & Trails 5K

The Campbell County Animal Shelter will be hosting it's 3rd annual 5k!

Join us November 8, 2020! 

This will be a moderately challenging fun run, at beautiful A.J. Jolly Park.  The course will be a scenic out-and-back with a few hills. Feel free to walk or run!

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Enjoy an authentic

Pumpkin Patch at a Real Family Farm

At Neltner’s Farm, autumn is the time for harvest and celebration, and we invite your family to join ours for the annual pumpkin patch. There’s something for every member of your family: horse-drawn wagon rides, model train display, an expansive corn maze, our pick-your-own pumpkin patch, petting zoo, pony rides, homemade food and ice cream, farm shop, seasonal apples, and a barrel train!

2020 Pumpkin Patch details

CC Senior Center Offers
Virtual Fitness Classes

Missing Yoga, Tai Chi, and Cardio/Strength classes?  Campbell County Senior Center offers virtual classes through Facebook Live.  Search @CampbellKYSeniorCenter on Facebook to view the dates/times of upcoming classes.

Picture Path at AJ Jolly Park!

Thanks to a partnership between Campbell County Library and the AJ Jolly CDC which secured a Cincinnati Foundation Summertime Kids Grant, AJ Jolly Park will feature a "Picture Path" as an alternate activity to the popular Jolly Thursdays Program. Thursdays in July families are welcome to enter AJ Jolly Park free of charge at 10 AM to enjoy the Picture Path. Families can walk along and read the story while maintaining social distance. The book and educational facts on the Picture Path will be changed each month. During July children might see a familiar favorite with the book “Pete the Cat: I Love My White Shoes” and learn fun facts about trees. Did you know that there is a tree called a Pawpaw?


County Facilities & Parks

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