Public Improvements

TJ Ball and Joe Koehl pick up trash, a rusted rim, and an old carpet during River Sweep 2020. Cleanup limited to 30 volunteers, but they cleared 3.19...
Posted By Dan Hassert

City: Residents better served if MS4 permit managed in-house   COVINGTON, Ky. - Since 2003, the City of Covington has partnered with Sanitation...
Posted By Dan Hassert

$500K of repaving in 11 neighborhoods to begin soon   COVINGTON, Ky. - Get ready for the pungent smell of fresh asphalt.   The City of C...
Posted By Dan Hassert

Lane closure expected Tuesday; walkways to stay open   COVINGTON, Ky. - Be extra careful driving on the John S. Roebling Suspension Bridge next...
Posted By Dan Hassert

Free computer signup under way; City seeking Wi-Fi spots   COVINGTON, Ky. - A few weeks in, and “Covington Connect” is surging forw...
Posted By Dan Hassert

The levee on the river side of the Glenway and Madison floodwall is sloughing toward the Licking River. Geotech survey to help City forge solution to...
Posted By Dan Hassert

Covington Parks & Rec Manager Rosie Santos waves at the camera before masking up at an activities drop-off event during the early stages of the pa...
Posted By Dan Hassert

One use for federal grants: Improving sidewalks and other streetscape elements to make downtown more conducive to business investment and job creation...
Posted By Dan Hassert

Laborer III Ryan Tuemler of Covington’s Public Works Department wraps a chain around a play-set post so technician III Harold “Hector&rdqu...
Posted By Dan Hassert

Public can weigh in as Parks & Rec master plan nears completion   COVINGTON, Ky. - A proposed 10-year master plan for parks and recreation ...
Posted By Dan Hassert
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