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Parks & Recreation February Newsletter 2017

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For additional information or any of the events or programs below, contact the Parks & Recreation Department at recreation@covingtonky.gov or 859.292.2151.

Adult Softball Leagues

Dust off those gloves and grab your bats, it’s almost adult softball season in Covington! Join us for the 12-game season and single-elimination tournament, starting May 15. We offer five different league options to choose from, including Men’s, Women’s and Co-Ed Divisions. Sign-up your team today!

For more information, click here.

Challenger Sports Professional Youth Soccer Camp Registration

Youth soccer camp is now open for registration! For another year, we have partnered up with Challenger Sports to offer a professional youth soccer camp, at a discounted rate. From June 12 – 16, youth ages 5-14 years old will learn new skills, develop confidence, all while having fun. Sign-up online before April 28th and your child will receive a free jersey!

To register, click here.

CDBG/HOME Community Needs Public Hearing

On Thursday, February 9, at 6:00p.m., the public is invited to City Hall Commission Chambers to participate in the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) and HOME Investment Partnerships (HOME) Community Needs Public Hearing. This public hearing is part of the City's Annual Action Plan process. Don't miss your opportunity to have your voice heard! 

For more information, click here.

Do you love Covington parks?

Throughout the month of February, we're asking you to share all of the reasons why you love Covington parks! Let us know by using the hashtag #LoveCovParks on your favorite social media outlets.

Spotlight Park: Randolph Park

City crews are hard at work, upgrading the amenities at Randolph Park! Here's a recap and glimpse of what's in store: For the nothing but the net players, our basketball courts have a brand new concrete perimeter. If you prefer scouting rather than playing, concrete is also poured around the courts with bleachers and fencing. Dream about bathing suit weather? Visitors will soon be able to take a stroll by the pool and check out the newly poured concrete areas and installed pool cover. Additionally, make sure to take a look at the progress on the brand new shelter, with enclosed bathrooms located on Prospect Avenue.