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    Parks Department Spring/Summer Activities Schedule is now available!

    Make sure you have your spring & summer filled with fun, family–friendly events, classes and programs.  Visit our website for more information and details at

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    National County Government Month

    National County Government Month (NCGM) is celebrated each April by the nation’s counties to raise public awareness and understanding about the roles and responsibilities of county government.  Visit here to learn about National County Government Month in Boone County.

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    Boone County Passes “Right To Work” Ordinance

    At the March 17, 2015, Boone County Fiscal Court meeting, the Court unanimously passed an economic development ordinance often referred to as “Right to Work.”  The County has been advised that this designation is extremely important to prospective companies when they make decisions as to where to locate, or re–locate their businesses.  According to Judge/Executive Gary Moore, “Competition in the economic development arena is as fierce as ever.  25 states and several Kentucky counties have adopted Right to Work legislation. Read More

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    CodeRED Emergency Notification

    Boone County has implemented the CodeRED Mass Notification solution.  The CodeRED system provides county officials the ability to quickly deliver messages to targeted areas or the entire county during emergency situations.  The CodeRED Weather Warning system will allow county officials to reach citizens who are in the projected path of a tornado, severe thunderstorm, flash flood or other weather event.  All Boone County residents are encouraged to enroll contact information and specify notification preferences.  Click here to enroll.

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Spring Cleanup

Spring Cleanup is April 27 – May 3rd.  Bring Boone County Public Works your junk for FREE disposal! Click here for details.

April 27, 2015

Boone County Judge–Executive Gary Moore
discusses the “Right To Work” Ordinance

March 30, 2015

2015 Boone County Farm Tour

2015 Boone County Farm Tour

Save the Date for the 2015 Boone County Farm Tour which will be held on June 27, 2015 – Rain or Shine!

This self–guided tour of some of the county’s finest working and historic farms will offer visitors a chance to learn more about agriculture in Boone County.  Agriculture is a vital part of Boone County and there isn’t a better way to learn about where your food and fibre is produced than to visit with local farmers.  For more information, visit Boone County Farm Tour.

April 3, 2015

Boone is the Healthiest County in Kentucky According to Recent Study

An annual survey of health in the nation’s counties released Wednesday found Boone County at the top in Kentucky, with Kenton County coming in at No. 18 and Campbell County at No. 22.  For the full article, visit

March 26, 2015

Boone County Supports National Work Zone Awareness Week

The Federal Highway Administration says on average 85% of the deaths in highway work zone crashes are drivers and passengers in cars.  The National Work Zone Awareness Week campaign –which begins at the start of the highway construction season –aims to prevent work zone fatalities by encouraging safe driving through highway work zones and construction sites.  576 people died in work zone crashes in 2010, which equates to one work zone fatality every 15 hours.  This Public Service Announcement video created by AASHTO for the National Work Zone Awareness campaign, March 23–27, highlights this year’s theme: Expect the Unexpected.

For information, visit:

March 17, 2015



Boone County PrepareAthon is underway!

We encourage everyone to participate.  This includes, individuals, families, businesses, churches, government offices, schools ... everyone.  During the PrepareAthon commit to take actions to improve your emergency preparedness.  Plan to have your efforts culminate with a deliverable on April 30, 2015.  That deliverable could be whatever goal you establish.  Maybe you will develop or refine your emergency plans, build a disaster supplies kit, host a preparedness/safety fair, offer a training session or conduct an exercise or drill.  The key is to take preparedness actions and use April 30th as your target date to complete your efforts.  Join the Boone County PrepareAthon today.  What will you do to be prepared?

For more information please visit Boone County Preparathon.  Be smart.  Take Part.  Prepare.


Sign up for the CodeRed Emergency Notification System

Burlington, KY –Boone County has implemented the CodeRED Mass Notification solution.  The CodeRED system provides county officials the ability to quickly deliver messages to targeted areas or the entire county.

CodeRedAll Boone County residents are encouraged to enroll additional contact information including cell phone numbers, text and email addresses and specify their notification preferences. “No one should assume their telephone number is included,” Ihrig said, urging all individuals and businesses to log on to the website,, and follow the CodeRED link to the community enrollment page.  hose without internet access may call Boone County Emergency Management at 859–334–2279 to supply their information over the phone.  Required information includes first and last name, street address (physical address, no P.O. boxes), city, state, zip code, and primary phone number.  Additional phone numbers can be entered as well.

Sign up here

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May 12, 2014

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Upcoming County Events

4/27/2015 - 5/3/2015 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Boone County Spring Clean-Up
5/1/2015 - 10/1/2015
Burn Ban Starts May 1st

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