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Moody’s Changes City of Covington’s Bond Rating to Positive

COVINGTON, KY – Tuesday evening, Moody’s Investors Service assigned a Baa1 underlying rating to the City’s $9.4 million General Obligation Refunding Bonds, Series 2016. Although Moody’s affirmed the City’s Baa1, they changed the former negative outlook to positive prima...

Roadwork & Infrastructure Update

Below is a list of project updates on Covington roadwork and infrastructure projects. For any additional information or questions please contact the Covington Engineering Department at 859.292.2112. Licking River Levee Stabilization Project: Licking River Levee Slide near the dead end section o...

Covington Commission Meeting Highlights: FY 17 Recommended Budget Presentation, Citywide Improvements & Updates

COVINGTON, KY –   A structurally balanced budget, a five-year capital plan, reduction of long-term debt, improving the City’s credit rating, maintaining services—these goals and others were presented Tuesday. Covington City Manager Larry Klein displayed  the City&rsq...

Fire House and Park Improvement Projects Approved by Covington Commission

  COVINGTON, KY. – Tuesday night’s Covington Board of Commissioners Meeting focused on the City’s infrastructure and project improvements. Covington’s Mayor and Commissioners approved a contract for a new roof at the Fire Department Company 5 fire house in South Covingto...

Roadwork & Infrastructure Update

  Below is a list of project updates on Covington roadwork and infrastructure projects. For any additional information or questions please contact the Covington Engineering Department at 859.292.2112. Licking River Levee Stabilization Project: The City has been monitoring a landslide along...

Covington Launches Interactive Transparency Platform

COVINGTON, Ky. – The City of Covington announced today the launch of a new digital platform powered by OpenGov that provides the public unprecedented access to the city’s financial and operational information. In its first release, the city is including its financial data. The OpenGov pl...
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May is Historic Preservation Month in Covington

COVINGTON, Ky. – In recognition of the importance of preserving historic buildings and sites, the Covington Board of Commissioners has declared May “Historic Preservation Month.” This proclamation is in support of Preservation Month nationally, which was established in 1973 by the ...

Covington Rids Itself of 40-Year Old Borrowing Habit

  COVINGTON, Ky. – The City of Covington has finally freed itself from the need of a $3.5 million short-term loan, relied on for the last 40 years. At Tuesday night’s meeting, Covington Mayor and Commissioners voted not to renew the City’s annual short-term loan known as a Tax...

Covington Begins Annual Street and Sidewalk Projects

COVINGTON, Ky. – The beginning of spring and warmer weather marks the start of Covington’s annual street and sidewalk projects. This year’s projects include street resurfacing and road repair in Latonia and South Covington and sidewalk repair and replacement in northern Covington. ...

Celebrate Covington May 6 and 7 with Community Focused Events

Covington, KY – Celebrate Spring in Covington with an array of community events for families and friends to enjoy all in one weekend, hosted by Renaissance Covington. Friday, May 6: Curb’d Parklet Reveal Time/Location: 4-6 p.m. at Left Bank Coffeehouse (East Seventh and Greenup Streets) ...
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