Boards and Commissions

Campbell Conservancy, Inc. The Campbell Conservancy is a non-profit corporation dedicated to conserving green space and preserving land that has unique or significant natural, historical or scenic value. The Conservancy may preserve land intact as natural space or develop it for use, in whole or part, by residents of the county. The Conservancy also seeks to educate residents about the value of preserving land for future and will work with other organizations with similar goals to ensure complimentary efforts and mutual assistance.
Campbell County & Municipal Board of Adjustments The Campbell County and Municipal Board of Adjustments shall fulfill the duties in accordance with KRS 100.217 through KRS 100.263. The Board of Adjustment reviews zoning regulations. This board represents unincorporated Campbell County and the cities of Crestview, Melbourne, Silver Grove, Southgate, and Woodlawn.
Campbell County Board of Assessment Appeals The Campbell County Board of Assessment Appeals shall hear any taxpayer aggrieved by the Property Valuation Administrator using the county assessment in accordance with KRS 133.020. The Board of Assessment Appeals shall convene each year no earlier than twenty-five days and no later than thirty-five days following the conclusion of the tax roll inspection period provided for in KRS 133.045.
Campbell County Building Appeals Board The Campbell County Local Board of Appeals (Building Code) may hear appeals of the decisions of the local building official in accordance with KRS198B.070.
Campbell County Cable Board The Campbell County Cable Television Board selects a cable television franchise, regulates the CATV ordinance. and promotes, improves and develops the potential of cable television for the citizens of Campbell County.
Campbell County Cooperative Extension (UK) The Campbell County Cooperative Extension Board is the governing body of the Extension Council, whose purpose is to provide for an educational program for topics such as agriculture, home economics, 4-H, development, and related subjects. Established in accordance with KRS 164.625.
Campbell County Economic Progress Authority The Campbell County Economic Progress Authority Inc. (CCEPA) aids in the acquisition, retention, and development of land for industrial and commercial purposes in Campbell County, and promotes commercial and industrial development.
Campbell County Ethics Commission The Campbell County Ethics Commission has the power to enforce all provisions of the Campbell County Code of Ethics, adopted by Ordinance #O-19-94. Established under KRS Chapter 65/House Bill 238.
Campbell County Library The Campbell County Library District was established by petition and has the responsibility to provide library services for the district. The Campbell County Library District was created in accordance with KRS Chapter 173.
Campbell County Local Board of Health The County Board of Health shall meet annually to set an ad valorem property tax rate to fund public health in Campbell County. The County Board of Health has elected to operate as a District Board of Health as part of the Northern Kentucky Independent Health District.
Campbell County Police Force Merit Board The Campbell County Police Force Merit Board is responsible for classifying and examining applicants seeking employment as officers or employees of the police force and to promulgate rules and regulations governing the classification, qualification, examination, appointment, promotion, demotion and disciplinary action of all personnel of the County Police Force, to hold such hearings and impose such penalties upon the personnel affected, in accordance with KRS Chapter 78.
NKADD Council on Aging This Council was established by the United States government when it authorized the Older Americans Act in 1965. It is governed by KRS 147A090, which delegates the authority to the Area Development District. The purpose of this Council is to designate funding and monitor programs for the elderly.
Northern Kentucky Area Development District (NKADD) The NKADD serves an eight (8) county area of Northern Kentucky as an advisory board that assists local governmental units in such areas as identification of needs, development of plans, determination of priorities, coordination of programs, funding of programs and monitoring and evaluating of programs.
Northern Kentucky Convention & Visitors Bureau In accordance with KRS 83.245, the Northern Kentucky Convention and Visitors Bureau Commission’s purpose is to direct the promotion and expansion of the convention and visitors business in and to its service area. Its objectives are to help establish serving the traveling public, increase business and business standards as well as extending the hand of welcome to all visitors to Boone, Campbell and Kenton Counties.
Northern Kentucky Independent Health District The Northern Kentucky Independent District Board of Health shall be serve as the governing body of the District Health Department (Boone, Campbell, Grant, and Kenton Counties) in accordance with provisions of the KRS Chapter 212, and the policies of the Cabinet for Health Services. The District Board shall adopt such rules and regulations as are deemed necessary to carry out the statutory responsibilities of the local Board of Health.
Northern Kentucky Port Authority The Northern Kentucky Port Authority facilitates river port projects along the Ohio and Licking Rivers. The NKPA Board oversees the activities of the river port authority, including industrial park development, and asset management.
Northern Kentucky Regional Convention Center The Northern Kentucky Regional Convention Center Board manages the Northern Kentucky Convention Center.
Northern Kentucky Solid Waste Committee The Northern Kentucky Solid Waste Committee is a committee of the Northern Kentucky Solid Waste Management District that advises the Governing Body of the Northern Kentucky Solid Waste Management Area during the preparation and implementation of their Solid Waste Management Plan.
Northern Kentucky Substance Abuse Policy Board The Kentucky agency for Substance Abuse Policy was created by the General Assembly in 2000 to create a Commonwealth of healthy communities. The statewide mission is to promote the reduction of alcohol, tobacco, and other drug use, through competitive research based state and county strategies.
Northern Kentucky Water District In accordance with KRS Chapter 74, the Northern Kentucky Water District provides a water supply to the citizens of Campbell and Kenton Counties residing within the boundaries of the district.
Pendleton County Water District In accordance with KRS Chapter 74, the Pendleton County Water District provides a water supply to the citizens residing within the boundaries of the district, which includes some unincorporated areas of Campbell County.
Sanitation District #1 (SD1) Sanitation District No. 1 is responsible for the collection and disposal of sewerage and other liquid waste produced within the district, and to do all things necessary for the fulfillment of the purposes of a Sanitation District, in accordance with KRS Chapter 220.
Transit Authority of Northern Kentucky (TANK) The Transit Authority of Northern Kentucky provides a mass transit system for Boone, Campbell and Kenton Counties.
Tri-County Economic Development (Tri-Ed) Tri –ED is the primary economic entity for the region that includes Boone, Campbell, and Kenton Counties. Northern Kentucky Tri-ED’s purpose is to promote the assets of Northern Kentucky along with the amenities and attractions of Cincinnati.
Various Campbell County Fire Districts Alexandria Fire District (Alexandria), Central Campbell Fire District (Cold Spring, Crestview and Highland Heights), Fire District #1 (Camp Springs, eastern Campbell County and Silver Grove), Fire District #6/Melbourne (Melbourne), and Southern Campbell Fire District (southern Campbell County)
Campbell County 911 Assessment Appeals Board Established by the Fiscal Court to hear property owner appeals of the number of 911 fee units assessed.
Municipal Government League of Northern Kentucky The MGLNK is an association of Northern Kentucky local elected officials who convene to network, discuss common issues and collaborate on regional solutions.
Ohio-Kentucky-Indiana Regional Council of Governments (OKI) OKI is the region's Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO), a federally mandated and federally funded transportation policy-making organization that is made up of representatives from local government and governmental transportation authorities. OKI has final authority over all federal dollars spent on surface transportation in the region.

Campbell County Fiscal Court
Executive Offices

1098 Monmouth Street
P.O. Box 72340
Newport, KY 41072-0340

(859) 292-3838

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