Ft. Thomas


An attractive residential community, Fort Thomas was founded in 1867 and named for a Civil War fort that today serves as a park and community center. It stretches along a north-south ridge high above the Ohio River, providing scenic river views from many of its homes.  Large, older homes and tree-lined streets are part of the charm of this city that maintains a small-town feel.  Fort Thomas has also earned a reputation for good city government and excellent schools.  Highlands High school, located here, is one of only eight Kentucky schools listed in Newsweeks 2006 Top 1,200 high schools in the country.  Currently, the business district is being revitalized and the city and Fort Thomas merchants are working together to bring about a renaissance.  Two community events celebrated are Home for the Holidays Walk in December featuring caroling, carriage ride and bell ringing; and Fall Festival, sponsored by the Ft. Thomas merchants.  It is home to Vito's Café, which features singing servers. 

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