IN CASE OF EMERGENCY CALL 911
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View Executive Order 2020.01a in PDF
IN KEEPING UP WITH THE LATEST DEVELOPMENTS AND CLOSINGS RELATED
TO THE CORONA VIRUS (COVID-19) AND BASED ON GUIDANCE FROM LOCAL HEALTH
OFFICIALS AND OUR GOVERNOR, THE CITY IS TAKING SEVERAL STEPS IN AN EFFORT TO
DELAY THE EMERGENCE OF THE VIRUS IN OUR COMMUNITY. OTHER CITIES ACROSS NORTHERN
KENTUCKY ARE FOLLOWING THE SAME GUIDELINES.
1) THERE WILL NOT BE A COUNCIL MEETING ON MARCH 17.
2) CITY HALL
WILL BE CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC STARTING MARCH 16TH THROUGH APRIL 6TH.
3) UTILITY PAYMENTS SHOULD BE
MADE ONLINE AT WWW.CITYOFALMOUTH.COM OR OVER THE PHONE
(859-654-6937) IF AT ALL POSSIBLE. PAYMENTS MAY ALSO BE MAILED TO: 230 MAIN
STREET, FALMOUTH, KY 41040. THERE IS ALSO A SECURE DROP BOX FOR ALL PAYMENTS.
THE INSIDE OFFICE WILL NOT BE OPEN FOR PAYMENTS. ALL PAYMENTS SHOULD STILL BE
MADE ON TIME.
4) MARCH DISCONNECTS WILL BE
WAIVED AT THIS TIME. YOU WILL BE EXPECTED TO BRING ALL ACCOUNTS CURRENT BEFORE
5) CITY HALL WILL NOT BE OPEN TO
WALK-IN CUSTOMERS UNTIL APRIL 6TH BUT WILL BE AT THE OFFICE WORKING AND TAKING
PLEASE DO NOT ATTEND FUNCTIONS OR
GO OUT IN PUBLIC IF YOU HAVE ANY COLD OR FLU SYMPTOMS, PLEASE CALL THE HOSPITAL
OR YOUR DOCTOR IF YOU HAVE SYMPTOMS.
Community HonorBanner Program
Operation Honor is a well established 501(c)3 Public Charity based in Kentucky and is very proud to present the HonorBanner Program to Pendleton County KY. The HonorBanner Program is an ambitious project: a living tribute to veterans, active duty, first responders, and law enforcement, essentially a salute to your very own Hometown Heroes who have served or are serving our Great Country or community.
Each banner will be unique and honor a specific area veteran, active duty, law enforcement and first responder. Measuring a full 24” wide by 48” high, the banners will feature his/her photo, name, branch of service and short personal message if desired. Banners will be displayed on Falmouth street utility poles throughout the community. The banners will be hung in the month of May and remain displayed through Veterans Day.
The banners will proudly display Pendleton County’s patriotism as well as a reminder of what these men and women have sacrificed for our great nation.
Banner Sponsorships are $149. Banners will be displayed for 3 (three)
consecutive years and then the family will be able to collect the banner from
the city after the program if they wish.
For more information on the HonorBanner Program, or
for ordering a banner; please visit www.operationhonor.org
The HonorBanner program is non-political and
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