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Budget Season Begins; Arboretum Turns 25: What's Happening in Your Boone County

Here’s what’s been happening in Your Boone County. This issue includes:

  • The proposed FY25 budget is available for resident review and comment.
  • The next Fiscal Court Meeting will be Tuesday, May 7 at 5:30 p.m.
  • The Arboretum celebrated its 25th anniversary.
  • Boone County employees receive OHSAA certifications.

Budget Online, Available for Review and Comment
FY25 Budget

It's budget season in Boone County!

On Tuesday, April 30, the Boone County Fiscal Court received and reviewed the proposed FY25 County budget. (The fiscal year runs from July 1, 2024-June 30, 2025.)  We encourage the public to review the proposed budget and key highlights through the County's new engagement tool: Your Voice, Your Boone County.

There, you can learn about the budget process, get a sneak peek on potential capital projects, review the budget spreadsheet, and share your thoughts and questions. Comments will be accepted until Friday, May 17 at 10 a.m. They will be shared with Fiscal Court officials and placed on the record for the Tuesday, May 21 Fiscal Court meeting.

Visit to review the proposed budget.

You can also share your questions and comments at the following Fiscal Court meetings:

  • Tuesday, May 7 at 5:30 p.m.
  • Tuesday, May 21 at 8:30 a.m.

Fiscal Court Meeting: Tuesday, May 7 at 5:30 p.m.
Our next fiscal court meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, May 7 at 5:30 p.m. at the Boone County Administration Building. The public is invited to attend in person, or watch from home:

  • Spectrum Cable Channel 200
  • altafiber Channel 831
  • Community Access TV
  • Watch the livestream online

This week’s agenda includes:

  • A presentation from CVG on the Kentucky Product Development Initiative (KPDI). This grant program is a collaboration between state and regional partners to help develop viable sites for economic development. CVG will present about an upcoming opportunity on airport property.
  • A presentation regarding a request from Ashbury Development LLC for a zoning map amendment from residential one (SR-1) to residential two (SR-2).
  • Continued discussion of the FY25 proposed budget.
  • Several appointments to various Fire Protection District Boards.

Review the full agenda online.

Boone County Arboretum Turns 25
Judge Moore speaks at Arboretum 25th anniversary
On Wednesday, May 2, the Boone County Arboretum celebrated its 25th anniversary. Supporters, leaders, volunteers, and residents came together to reminisce about how far the Arboretum has come in its short history and how much there is to look forward to.

The Arboretum has played an important role in our county for the past 25 years and will continue to do so. Its partnerships with the County, Extension Center, Library and many other groups have created a wonderful resource for our residents. Be sure to make time to stop by Central Park, home of the Arboretum, and discover the beautiful space for yourself.

Safety Comes First

Boone County Fiscal Court employees earn OSHAA Certification 2024
More than 70 Boone County Fiscal Court employees recently celebrated an impressive accomplishment—completing OSHAA 10- or 30-hour training in general industry and/or construction. This group demonstrated their commitment to learning and following the safety practices that help keep them, their colleagues and our residents safe every day.



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