City of Kenton The Key to Your Future

Mayor's Welcome

Mayor Randy Manns

As Mayor of the City of Kenton, I Randy Manns, would like to personally take this opportunity to welcome you to our great city and extend our sincere thanks for taking time out of your schedule to visit our website.

This website has been designed to be informative and make access to our services more available. Whether you are a resident, business person, or visitor, we hope this website provides you with a useful and comprehensive source of information.

Kenton is an up and coming small city with unlimited potential. We are a community of honest, hardworking and respectful people with strong family values. Quality of life is important and we have several hundred volunteers who are very active in our numerous parks, neighborhood block watch program, and many other activities.

Kenton is the seat of Hardin County and we have big business vision. We are strategically located with close access to I-75 and I-70, and we have several state routes that intersect our community including SR 67, SR 68, SR 309, SR 53, and SR 31, making it ideal for businesses relying on trucks to transport their goods.

Again, I would like to thank you for visiting our website and hope you find answers to any questions you might have. We are very proud of our community and welcome you to come visit us. The City of Kenton is truly a great place to call home!

Last Updated: 01/27/15 1:00 PM


Leaf Pick Up

10/28/15 9:18 AM

Columbus and Main Streets will be used as a diving line for sections of the City. The schedule will be as follows- November 2-8: 4TH WARD Southwest section including Columbus and Lima Streets November 9-15:3RD WARD North-West Section including Main, Columbus, and Lima Streets November 16-22: 1ST WARD South-East section including Columbus and Main Streets November 23-29: 2ND WARD North-East Section including Main and Columbus Streets **As it is impossible to stay on a strict schedule, citizens will be advised, through the news media, when we will be moving from one section to another.** PLEASE DO NOT PARK YOUR VEHICLE IN THE LEAF PILES. DO NOT PUT THE LEAVES IN THE STREET, AS THEY WILL CLOG THE STORM SEWER AND COULD CAUSE A BACKUP INTO YOUR HOME IF THERE IS A HARD RAIN. RAKE THEM TO THE EDGE OF THE TREE LAWN ONLY. Call 419-674-4850 with any questions.