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David Johnston Starts New Role as Covington City Manager; City Thanks Interim City Manager Loren Wolff for Service

COVINGTON, KY – The Board of Commissioners welcomed David Johnston as the City of Covington’s new City Manager, starting his role on Monday, August 21, 2017. Interim City Manager Loren Wolff serves her last day on August 22, 2017. City Manager David Johnston stated, “I’m exci...

City of Covington Announces New City Manager; Welcomes David Johnston to Covington

COVINGTON, KY – The Covington Board of Commissioners voted to appoint David Johnston as Covington’s next City Manager at its meeting Tuesday night. Johnston will receive a salary of $140,000 annually and will start no later than August, 21, 2017. Johnston has 20 years of experience as a ...

City Manager Application Submission Information

The City of Covington has selected Municipal Solutions to manage the recruitment process for the City Manager position.   We appreciate your time and interest in the City Manager position.  We are no longer accepting applications on our site, you may submit your resume to:  CovingtonC...

Major Employer Clinical Trial & Consulting Services (CTI) Moves Headquarters to Covington RiverCenter; Estimates 500 New Kentucky Resident Jobs Filled by 2027

COVINGTON, KY – Clinical Trial & Consulting Services will be relocating their global headquarters to Covington, Kentucky. Earlier this morning, Governor Matt Bevin made the announcement that the pharmaceutical and biotechnology organization confirmed its move into the RiverCenter Towers. T...

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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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 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 ...

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...

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...

Covington Reaffirms Commitment to Human Rights

COVINGTON, Ky. – The City of Covington reaffirmed its commitment to protecting all persons within the City from discrimination at Tuesday night’s Board of Commissioners meeting. Approved unanimously, Covington’s Mayor and four Commissioners passed a resolution reaffirming the City&...
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