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Making downtown more inviting to business

City officials believe Seventh Street in particular could be more inspiring to businesses and visitors. Streetscape ‘refresh’ of Madison, Seventh blocks set to begin COVINGTON, Ky. – On any given night, hundreds of visitors to The Cov walk near the intersection of Madison Ave...

Tree-planting event Saturday in Eastside

Dig holes, get dirty, enjoy a donut (or two), and help beautify The Cov COVINGTON, Ky. – About 60 trees will take root in Covington’s Eastside neighborhood this Saturday, but they won’t get in the ground by themselves. That’s where you come in. If you’re good with...

Register ASAP for final ’23 intro session of Covington Academy of Heritage Trades

COVINGTON, Ky. – If you’re interested in learning unique construction skills from talented craftspeople and still haven’t enrolled in an “introductory session” of the Covington Academy of Heritage Trades, you’ve got a sliver of time to get in on the final session ...

Special Meeting Notice – Human Rights Commission 11/2/2023

A Special Meeting of the Human Rights Commission will be held in person on November 2, 2023 at 5:30 p.m. at City Hall, 20 W. Pike Street, Covington, KY 41011 for the purpose of the regular meeting.  Members of the Human Rights Commission may participate via virtual platform.

Prizes in store for The Cov’s top young readers

Mayor’s Holiday Reading Challenge kicks off this week COVINGTON, Ky. – The time has come once again for The Cov’s young readers and pre-readers to accept a mighty mission: The annual Covington Mayor’s Holiday Reading Challenge begins Wednesday with cool prizes ready to be ...

Free drop-off for household hazardous waste prevents ‘dead zones’

Bring completed registration form Saturday to speed up lines COVINGTON, Ky. – Back in the day, it seemed standard practice: Change your car’s oil, then dump the used oil in a hole in the back yard or down the storm sewer drain in front of your house. In fact, the storm drain seemed...

Newest Covington Police officer wants career that ‘helps people’

New Covington Police Officer Jordan Bussell poses with Assistant Chief Justin Wietholter and Mayor Joe Meyer. COVINGTON, Ky. – Covington’s newest police officer has an engineering degree and engineering experience but – in his words – wanted a new career of service. &ld...

Hockey masks, coat drive & Día de los Muertos

COVINGTON, Ky. – The veil is thinning, there’s a full moon on Saturday, Halloween happens next Tuesday … so yes, there is a definite aura in The Cov this weekend enveloping all the fun things to do. Warm coats & hot dogs By next week it’s going to be mighty chilly ...

New program targets hard-to-recycle plastics

Use special orange bag to collect wrappers, straws, utensils etc. COVINGTON, Ky. – The list of items that can be recycled in your curbside cart is about to greatly expand in Covington. The City is among communities now participating in a program adopted by Hefty® Brand and Rumpke Was...

Board of Commission Meeting Minutes 10/10/2023

Board of Commission Meeting Minutes 10/10/2023
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