COVINGTON, Ky. – Annual fees related to trash and recycling collection and storm water service are due to the City of Covington by March 31.
For most homeowners, the combined bill includes:
$152.52 for annual curbside residential waste and recycling collection.
$54.48 (or $4.54 a mo...
A Special Video Teleconference Meeting of the Human Rights Commission will be held via Zoom on Thursday, March 2, 2023 at 5:30 p.m.
New report helps the public understand City’s budget, spending
COVINGTON, Ky. – Year in, year out, the City of Covington’s Finance Department receives an award for its financial reporting, courtesy of the Government Finance Officers Association.
But the document that wins the...
Photo: A happy winner from last year's Mayor's Holiday Reading Challenge.
Covington preschoolers through 3rd grade invited
to participate in Read Ready Covington event
COVINGTON, Ky – Read Ready Covington’s “reading challenge” starts Wednesday for childr...
COVINGTON, Ky. – What are Buff Orpingtons, you ask? You can find out on Saturday.
In fact, there’s all kinds of stuff you can learn this weekend in The Cov, if you’re of the mind to expand your knowledge and skills.
There are fun things to do too – the reliably good liv...
Draft agenda, legislation, and minutes from the previous meeting.
Covington, counties protect the environment through special recycling program
COVINGTON, Ky. – Three holidays (well, four if you count the Super Bowl), have come and gone since most people sang “O Tannenbaum” for the last time in 2022, took down their holiday tree and strip...
The Covington Economic Development Authority Meeting scheduled for March 2, 2023 at 1:30 p.m. has been cancelled.
Attendees learn how to fix historic windows at the Belvedere School for Hands-On Preservation in Hannibal, Mo., run by preservationist Bob Yapp. Yapp has been working as a consultant to help the City of Covington start its restoration trades program. (Photo used courtesy of Bob Yapp.)
Photo (left to right): Covington Police Chief Brian Valenti, Corey Zelensky, Matthew Clements, and Covington Mayer Joe Meyer.
New Covington hires a Marine and Criminal Justice graduate
COVINGTON, Ky. – The Covington Police Department’s newest recruits are a Marine studyin...