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    Halloween Trick-or-Treat Date and Times Announced for Boone County

    Boone County has established that the Trick–or–Treat times this year will be on Saturday, October 31st, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. in unincorporated Boone County.  Residents interested in participating are asked to turn on their porch light.  Be Safe!

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    Carroll Cropper Bridge Construction Underway

    Beginning May 4th, a deck replacement and lighting project began on the I–275 Carroll Cropper Bridge that crosses over the Ohio River into Indiana.  Traffic will be reduced to one lane in each direction.  The anticipated completion is November.  Prepare for delays.  Visit the county website and Facebook site for updates!

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    Boone County River Sweep

    The River Sweep event scheduled for September 26, 2015 has been cancelled due to high levels of algae in the river.

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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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Riversweep Event Cancelled

The River Sweep event scheduled for September 26, 2015 has been cancelled due to high levels of algae in the river.

September 21, 2015

Boone County Surplus Auction

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3, 2015 AT 9:00 A.M.

Sale located at the Boone County, Kentucky, Boone County Fair Grounds at 5819 Idlewild Road, Burlington, Kentucky 41005.

The above items are surplus to the needs of Boone County, Kentucky, and will be sold AS IS with the Consignor reserving the right of refusal of any item offered for sale.

Boone County, Kentucky Fiscal Court Consignor
586–6223 Larry Burcham, Auctioneer 586–7441
Auctioneers: Larry & Jim Burcham Burlington, Kentucky
Terms: CASH
Not Responsible for accidents.


View County Surplus List

View Sheriff’s Office Surplus List

September 18, 2015

Portion of KY 20 to be Named in Honor of Bob Flick, longtime Hebron Grocer and Resident

The Robert “Bob” Flick Memorial Highway will be officially dedicated at 10 a.m. Aug. 19 in the lot of the former Flick’s IGA on KY 20 in Hebron, next to the McDonald’s.  The public is welcomed to attend the sign unveiling.  For the complete story, click here.

A bill sponsored during the last legislative session by state Sen. John Schickel, R–Union, and state Rep. Addia Wuchner, R–Florence, officially named the portion of the road between KY 237 and KY 212 after the longtime grocer.  Flick died in November at the age of 73.

“Bob Flick and his grocery stores were iconic fixtures in Boone County for so many years,” Schickel said. “We thought it only fitting that the road his original store was on should be officially designated the Bob Flick Memorial Highway.“

Credit: NKY Tribune

August 10, 2015

28th Annual Boone County Senior Citizen’s Picnic

The 28th Annual Boone County Senior Citizen’s Picnic will be held on Wednesday, September 9, 2015 at the Boone County Fairgrounds. Seniors enjoy live music, refreshments, door prizes, entertainment and a picnic lunch. The picnic is sponsored by the Boone County Fiscal Court and Boone County Judge/Executive Gary W. Moore said it continues to be a success because of the support and donations from area businesses and the efforts of more than 100 volunteers. For more information, click here.

July 23, 2015

KY 237 /Pleasant Valley Road Public Meeting

The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet will hold a Public Meeting to discuss the plans and status of the “middle section” of KY 237/ Pleasant Valley Road on Wednesday, July 29 from 4:30–7:30 at Camp Ernst Middle School.  Anyone who lives in the area or is interested in the project is encouraged to attend.

July 16, 2015

Creekside Concert on Tour

The Creekside Concert on Tour scheduled for Saturday Night has been moved to the Boone County Public Library in Burlington due to inclement weather. For more questions e-mail or call 859-334-2217.

June 19, 2015

SD1 Accepts Public Comments for Proposed Budget

SD1 will be accepting comments from the community regarding a proposed budget for Fiscal Year 2016. If approved, residential customers would see no changes to monthly rates during FY2016. For more information, click here.

May 28, 2015

Boone County Mourns the Loss of Former Judge/Executive Bruce Ferguson

The Boone County Fiscal Court is sad to share news of the passing of former Judge/Executive Bruce Ferguson.  Prior to his long political career, Judge Ferguson studied law and Agriculture at the University of Kentucky and earned a BA in history and political science from Thomas More College in Crestview Hills, KY.  His career in public service began when he was elected to the Boone County Board of Education, where he served from 1955–1961.  In 1964, he was elected County Judge/Executive for Boone County, serving until 1982.  He later returned to the position of Judge/Executive, serving from 1986–1992.

During his tenure as Judge/Executive, Boone County experienced growth and several significant advancements.  Judge Ferguson helped spearhead the creation of the Northern Kentucky Tri–County Economic Development Corporation (Tri–Ed) and other regional collaborations, the county’s first hospital, the Historic Preservation Review Board and a county water system.  In 1992, he accepted a position as commissioner of the Department of Local Governments, serving until 1996, when he returned to Boone County.  Bruce Ferguson remained active in the community and contributed as a member of a number of civic groups including the Boone County Conservation Board.  He contributed to the history of Boone County in many ways serving as president of the Big Bone Historical and was instrumental in the effort to establish Big Bone Lick State Park and the Friends of Big Bone.  Bruce Ferguson was preceded in death by his wife Elizabeth to whom he was married for more than 50 years, and had five children.   Judge/Executive Gary W. Moore shared that, “Boone County would not be what it is today without the tremendous leadership and vision of Bruce Ferguson.  We are saddened to hear this tragic news.  Our hearts and prayers go out to the family and many friends of Bruce Ferguson.”

Arrangements are pending and will be shared when finalized.

May 4, 2015

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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