City Council

Regular Council meetings are held on the fourth Monday of each month at 6:00 pm. You are welcome to attend! Occasionally town hall style meetings will be held to discuss pending matters as they arise. If you have any questions, please call the city building at 859-341-3017. The city would like to solve your problems as quickly as possible.

This is YOUR city government and we want to serve you.

2023 Councilman William Schult - Copy
Bill Schult is a husband, father, and advocate for freedom who has lived in Crescent Springs for 8 years with his wife Lindsay and four children. An entrepreneur & CPA, Bill's legislative priorities are guided by the non-aggression principle, which informs a commitment to individual liberties, accountability, and transparency. Bill welcomes all Crescent Springs residents to reach out to him with any questions, comments, or concerns about their city's governance.  Bill was first elected to City Council in 2023. 

Councilman Mark Wurtenberger
Mark Wurtenberger was first elected to City Council in 2023.

Councilman Brian Barclay

Hi, I'm Brian, and I bring a wealth of experience to the table as a leader in Professional Product Development and former US Army Paratrooper. I'm dedicated to driving innovation and fostering high-performing teams that deliver results.

As a family man, I'm committed to promoting fairness and individual rights while opposing government overreach. I believe in advocating for policies that support economic growth and social equity, and I'm always looking for ways to make a positive impact.  My family and I have lived in Crescent Springs since 2019 but have lived in Kenton County most of our lives. 

As a member of the City Council, I'm proud to serve the community and strive to make a difference in people's lives. If you have any questions, comments, or concerns about our city's governance, please don't hesitate to reach out to me.

Brian Barclay was first elected to City Council in 2023.

Councilman Don Kiely
Don Kiley was first elected to City Council in 2023.

Elected by council, unanimously, to fill a vacant seat. BS Criminal Justice, retired USPS employee, worked with inner city challenged children for nine (9) years. Employed in corporate world fifteen (15) years.

Jeannine Bell "JB" Smith is a life-long educator committed to excellence and investment in the community, dedicating thirty years in the Kenton County School District. As a master teacher, she worked with students, parents, and the community. JB's dedication to conservative values, fiscal responsibility, transparency, accountability, limited government, free markets are of utmost importance.