Fire Department

Fire Chief

Dave Slusser

Police Department

Chief of Police

Col. Brad C. Degenhardt



2024 Police Authority Members:

  • Bill Dorsey, Chair  (Crestview Hills)
  • Paul Markgraf, Vice Chair  (Lakeside Park)
  • David Kramer (Crestview Hills)
  • Brian Waite (Lakeside Park)
  • Ed Wise (Crestview Hills)

Citizens’ Police Academy


The Fourth Biennial LPCHPA Citizens’ Academy was be held  on five (5) consecutive Wednesday evenings in March 4, 2020.  This highly informative free seminar is taught by our officers to acquaint our residents with basic law enforcement experience and training. The graduates of the prior Academy classes were extremely enthusiastic about their experiences.

Covid derailed plans for another Citizen’s Academy, but thanks to the hard work of Sgt. Michael Paolucci, the basics of the Citizen’s Academy became part of the curriculum at Thomas More University. The students enthusiastically learned about basic law enforcement, training and the challenges facing our officers.

If interested in learning more, you may  call the department at (859) 331-5368 for more information.


Updated Five-Year Street Plan

The City of Lakeside Park has re-assessed its city streets and developed a construction and maintenance plan for the Five (5) year period beginning in 2023.

Our City’s Five Year Plan is a rating of the city streets that provides a numeric value for the condition of those public streets. Using the condition report, public works schedules are created for the upcoming five (5) year period to improve and rehabilitate our streets based on need. View a copy of our current assessment here.

Click here to view



Lienholder Notification

The City of Lakeside Park complies with the system of lienholder notification requirements of KRS 65.8836; As a member jurisdiction of the Kenton County Joint Code Enforcement Board, our lienholder notification systems is administered by Planning and Development Services of Kenton County (PDS).

To receive notifications of final orders issued within the City of Lakeside Park Click here

Foreclosure Registry

Kenton County Vacant Foreclosed Property Registry

Mortgagees who file a foreclosure on a vacant residential property anywhere within Kenton County—including the City of Lakeside Park—must register it with the Kenton County Vacant Foreclosed Property Registry. This program is administered by Planning and Development Services of Kenton County as designated by Kenton County Fiscal Court. 

Click here for more information about the Foreclosure Registry.