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Courage & sacrifice

City Hall closed Wednesday for holiday   COVINGTON, Ky. – City Hall will be closed Wednesday in honor of Veterans Day and will reopen Thursday morning. Technically, this site in Devou Park honors the fallen heroes who gave their lives while fighting for this country, and thus would be m...

Wi-Fi ‘hotspot hosts’ needed

See the small, white dome-shaped device above the mural at left? That's a wireless access point, and this building on Madison Avenue already has one installed. City seeks properties to attach tiny devices for digital equity project   COVINGTON, Ky. - The City of Covington is looking for...

Voting 2020: New options, polling locations

COVINGTON, Ky. - Voters will have three different ways to vote this year as elections officials react to challenges posed by COVID-19.   Please see the chart above for important information from Kenton County Clerk Gabrielle Summe, which has been updated from an earlier chart with location...

Interacted with City Hall? Tell us about it

COVINGTON, Ky. - Here's an ongoing reminder: If you've interacted with City Hall employees, we want to hear about it.   The City's website has a link to a short Customer Satisfaction Survey that includes a couple of questions, a numerical rating, and a place for comments.   Some 130 peop...

City appoints coronavirus response coordinator

Spread out to reduce contact, City managers meet this morning for a briefing on COVID-19 and the City's response. COVINGTON, Ky. - Covington Mayor Joe Meyer appointed a Coronavirus Response Coordinator for the City today to bring urgency and efficiency to efforts to protect residents, businesses, ...

Meet the 'help desk'

Among the duties of new executive assistant Liz Glass is to help residents navigate City Hall. New hire Liz Glass to improve City’s interaction with public  COVINGTON, Ky. - If you call City Hall with a question, there’s likely a new voice on the other end of the phone line.   ...

City gets $137K to digitize property records

State grant to begin project to protect, organize files   COVINGTON, Ky. - The Kentucky Department of Library and Archives is awarding the City of Covington $137,000 to begin digitizing records now stuffed in file cabinets and boxes stacked on rows and rows of metal shelves throughout the ...

Ongoing survey seeks customer service

COVINGTON, Ky. - Here’s a reminder: The City of Covington wants feedback on interactions you’ve had with employees of City Hall.   The City’s website has a link to a short Customer Satisfaction Survey that includes a couple of questions, a numerical rating, and a place for com...

TANK to hold hearings on bus route changes

Bus stops along Eastern Avenue would be eliminated under TANK’s proposed route changes.  Riders, businesses in Covington can weigh in on proposals  COVINGTON, Ky. - It’s not too late for Covington residents and businesses to weigh in on the proposed elimination of some bus rout...

City promotes interim IT manager

Essam Elgusain is the City of Covington’s new IT manager. Elgusain’s goals: Continue system-wide upgrade, improve services   COVINGTON, Ky. - Essam Elgusain’s work as interim IT manager at the City of Covington since Nov. 1 has earned him the job permanently.   Elgusain...
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