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Covington Mural Testament to Power of Public Art

COVINGTON, Ky. – One of Covington’s most recognizable murals is going away, but not without leaving a lasting impact. The colorful mural, an ArtWorks Cincinnati project titled “The Divine Proportion of All Things,” is located on the north wall of the Be Concerned, Inc. buildi...

Covington to Complete Last Phase of Model Urban Forestry Corridor with Street Tree Planting During Great American Cleanup

COVINGTON, Ky. - The City of Covington Urban Forestry Division has partnered with Keep Covington Beautiful and Make Goebel Great to host a community tree planting event. Event organizers are seeking volunteers to help plant 55 trees on West Ninth Street between Greer and Philadelphia Streets and 20 ...

Covington Moves Forward With Art, Technology and Infrastructure Projects

COVINGTON, Ky. – Tuesday night’s Covington Board of Commissioners meeting covered new art, technology and infrastructure projects. The projects are all part of larger city initiatives and strategic goals. Placement of three new bike racks at West Seventh Street and Washington Avenue was ...

Parks & Recreation Newsletter April 2016

Want to receive City of Covington Parks & Recreation information directly to your inbox? Sign up here!  For additional information or any of the events or programs below, contact the Parks & Recreation Department at recreation@covingtonky.gov or 292-2151. New Facebook Page The...

2016 Spring Trash Amnesty Weeks

Please note: This article pertains to the City's 2016 Amnesty Week calendar. To view the City's 2017 Amnesty Week calendar, click here. COVINGTON, KY – In anticipation of spring cleaning and yard work, the City of Covington has scheduled two trash amnesty weeks for the weeks of April 11 and M...
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Spring Street Sweeping Begins April 4

COVINGTON, Ky. - The City's Department of Public Improvements (DPI) will begin their seasonal street sweeping schedule starting on April 4. DPI has divided the City into twelve sections which will be swept over a two month period between April and May. To find out when your street will be swept, fir...

Preferred Developer Chosen for City-owned MainStrasse Property

COVINGTON, Ky. – The City has selected a preferred developer for the City-owned property located at 501 Main Street. A development team headed by Indianapolis-based Flaherty & Collins Properties and including Cincinnati-based Al. Neyer, LLC and PDT Architects will be given the opportunity ...

Covington Takes Steps toward Reducing Increased Disease Rates Linked to Heroin Epidemic

COVINGTON, Ky. – The operation of a substance abuse treatment outreach and disease prevention program that includes a needle and syringe exchange component was approved unanimously at Tuesday night’s Covington Board of Commissioners meeting. The proposed program will be operated by the N...

Gus Sheehan Park Reopens After $200,000 Upgrade

COVINGTON, Ky. – The City of Covington unveiled $200,000 in improvements to the reopened Senator Gus Sheehan, Jr. Park Friday afternoon. Improvements include new playground equipment, a new picnic shelter and picnic tables, a new basketball court and a redesigned parking lot. Located at the no...

MainStrasse Parking Plan Goes Into Effect March 30

Please note:  Updates have been made to the MainStrasse Parking Plan since the publication of this press release.  Find a full list of updated changes, including a detailed map of residential parking areas, here. COVINGTON, Ky. – A parking plan for Covington’s popular MainStras...
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