St. Vincent De Paul, along with Campbell County Sheriff, Boone County Sheriff, FedEx, Campbell County Police, Kenton County Police and Covington Police have placed collection bins in our lobbies for you to help their Food Drive to stock their pantry.
The United States Flag is a patriotic symbol that should not just be thrown away when it has reached the end of its life. Many people do not know what to do with an old flag. You can dispose of your old U.S. Flag by bringing it to the Sheriff’s office in Newport and place it in the Official U.S. Flag Disposal Box and it will be properly put to rest for you.
Campbell County Sheriff Mike Jansen (center) chairs his first meeting in Frankfort as president of the Kentucky Sheriffs’ Association (KSA). Joining him are KSA Director Jerry Wagner (left) and Kenton County Sheriff Chuck Korzenborn.
The Campbell County Sheriff Office will be open regular hours at our Newport location to allow for one final day to pay your property taxes in person. You will still be able to pay on-line through December the 31st.
January 1st, 2023 you will need to pay the January amount listed on your bill. There is a strict and limited list of legal reasons that you can pay this bill at the earlier amount, but most often people do not fit within any of the legally allowable parameters when this is attempted.
Campbell County Property Tax Bills will be available for payment November 1st, 2022 in our offices, by mail, any Campbell County Heritage Bank location or on-line via our website. Go to the Tax Information Tab on our website for all tax information. The month of November provides a 2% discount for payment within this month and ends December 1st. OUR NEWPORT OFFICE WILL BE OPEN FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1st, FOR TAXES.
Sheriff Mike Jansen recently spoke to the 2022 Campbell County Citizens’ Academy Program participants about the duties and functions of the Sheriff’s Office. CCCA is a nine-week program designed to improve civic education and increase citizen engagement in the workings of county government.
May 31st, 2022, Deputy Les Caudill retired from a long career in law enforcement. Les was a fixture in many court rooms with his final time spent mostly with Judge Dan Zalla. Scroll down to see the images and check out the video of Judge Zalla’s proclamation which sums it up best.