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Covid-19 Vaccine Information

COVID-19 Vaccinations in Campbell County will be given on Tuesday April 6th, 2021 at Main Street Baptist Church located at 11093 Alexandria Pike, Alexandria Kentucky.   If you have read below and are eligible for a vaccine, you must schedule an appointment.  Please do not show up at the site without an appointment. You can register…

Now Hiring Crossing Guards

HELP WANTED CROSSING GUARDThe City of Fort Thomas is seeking a crossing guardfor Moyer Elementary School (Hours: 7:45 a.m. to 8:15 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.) andMemorial Parkway and N. Fort Thomas Avenue intersection (Hours: 7:15 a.m. to 7:45 a.m. and 2:45 p.m. to 3:15 p.m.).Assistance crossing children is needed for a short…

COVID Update

PLease click here for a Covid update from Mayor Haas Levels of exposure flyer


Campbell County Rotary Club Honors Fort Thomas Officer

Officer Brandon Laffin (center) accepts an award from the Campbell County Rotary Club. Officer Laffin was selected as the “Campbell County Policeman of the Year” after being nominated by several other officers.

The Campbell County Rotary Club selected Officer Brandon Laffin as their Policeman of the Year. Officer Laffin was nominated by fellow Fort Thomas officers and honored at a luncheon on June 26th. Brandon was given this award to recognize all the hard work he does both on and off the job. More specifically, Officer Laffin was recognized for his heroic actions to save a man’s life on the side of the interstate. Brandon is an excellent police officer who is very dedicated to our community. Great job, Brandon! And thank you for your service and dedication!


Mopeds & Gas Powered Scooters – The Rules

Lately there has been a lot of talk and debate about moped laws and scooters being driven on city streets.

Click here to see the law as it pertains to these bikes.


DrugDropBoxNew Service for Old Drugs: Prescription Drug Disposal Program

The Fort Thomas Police Department is now offering this complimentary service to our citizens and supports law enforcement strategy and environmental issues. You may drop off unwanted or outdated prescription medication in a drop box located in the city building lobby at 130 N. Fort Thomas Ave. Drop off can be made during regular business hours. The Northern Kentucky Drug Strike Task Force will pick up and properly dispose of the medications. This program is supported by the N KY Police Chiefs, N KY Drug Strike Force, Kentucky Crime Prevention Coalition, N KY Water District, and N KY Sanitation District. The N KY Water District and the N KY Sanitation District are supporting the program for health and safety reasons.


If you need the Fort Thomas Police, dial 292-3622 for dispatch or 911 for an emergency.

Our 441-6562 number is just an administrative line and is NOT manned 24 hours a day.

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