Announcements and updates related to the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) situation. Please see the update from our Mayor for more information.
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Due to the Coronavirus outbreak, the City of Fort Wright regretfully announces that all city owned parks will be closed effective immediately. This decision was not made without serious consideration as we recognize that in these difficult times where we are trying to stay “Healthy at Home” here in Kentucky, parks are a great optio...
For many years, our motto has been "Neighbors Helping Neighbors" and in light of the COVID-19 Pandemic, it's never been more important for us to take this motto to heart and look out for each other.
If you are a resident of Fort Wright and in need of non-medical assistance, for example, you are elderly and can't risk a tr...
With all the unofficial websites popping up and misinformation being spread through social media, we have created a page with links to Credible COVID-19 Information. Please click the link for a listing of the best resources in our area to consult for those wanting to learn more and be informed about the COVID-19 Coronavirus.
By 5:00 PM on March 16, 2020, food and beverage sales are restricted to carry-out, delivery and drive-thru only; no onsite consumption is permitted.
For complete details, please click the link below:
Governor Andy Beshear Order - March 16, 2020
For the health and safety of all concerned, we have suspended the following services for the time being:
James A. Ramage Civil War Museum and Activities
If you have questions or concerns, please call us at 859-331-1700 rather than visiting the City Buil...
As you likely know, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is monitoring closely an outbreak of respiratory illness caused by Coronavirus, also referred to as COVID-19. The virus was first detected in Wuhan City, Hubei Province, China and continues to spread worldwide.
With the first case of COVID-19 diagnosed i...