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A less wasteful season requires planning

(EDITOR'S NOTE: This is another in a series of recycling tips from the City of Covington's Neighborhood Services Department, Solid Waste & Recycling Division.) COVINGTON, Ky. –  When planning for this holiday, make sure to think about the 5 R's: Refuse, Reduce,&nbs...

International group salutes City’s focus on helping small businesses

Some of the nearly 100 small businesses the City has supported through its rent subsidy and façade improvement programs over the last few years … Award recognizes The Cov’s success, innovation, and creativity COVINGTON, Ky. – City officials from Louisiana to Ohio have reache...

Parking restored on northbound Pike St.

Brad Chetwood, a technician III with Public Works’ Right of Way Maintenance Division, installs the new/old parking signs along northbound Pike Street.  Completion of bridge work eliminates need for temporary prohibition COVINGTON, Ky. – Drivers are again allowed to park in the...

Cows, ballerinas & imperial stout

COVINGTON, Ky. – If a holiday event featuring cows isn’t enough to herald the start of the festive season that is upon us, then maybe striking a pose with an alpaca will do the trick. There’s also plenty of opportunities to make progress on your holiday shopping. (Supply chain w...

$$$$ on the table for neighborhood projects

Projects funded through the City’s Neighborhood Grant Program have included signs, banners, picnic tables, benches, dog waste stations, flower pots, and landscaping. Competitive grant program accepting applications COVINGTON, Ky. – Since the City of Covington created its Neighborh...

Board of Commissioners Caucus Meeting Agenda 12-07-21

Draft Agenda Please note, the AIRs & Backup Docs are now being provided in PDF Portfolio format.  If the file does not display in your browser, right-click on the file name and save it to your computer.  Double-click on the saved file and it will open in Adobe Reader or Adobe Acroba...

Fire Dept. expands management staff to emphasize training; promotions follow

COVINGTON, Ky. – A new deputy chief position designed to put undivided focus on training within the Covington Fire Department has set in motion a cascading series of promotions. The Covington Board of Commissioners on Tuesday night approved appointing: Assistant Chief Michael Bloemer t...

Those ‘lovely branches’? Don’t damage the bark

No nails, screws, staples, spikes etc.  Reminder not to use nails, screws & staples when decorating City trees for the holidays COVINGTON, Ky. – If you’re going to decorate a streetside tree for the holidays, don’t damage the tree. Specifically, don’t u...

City seeks firm to demo IRS site

Work to include addressing environmental challenges on 23 acres slated for massive mixed-use development COVINGTON, Ky. – The behind-the-scenes work on developing the 23-acre former IRS site should grow substantially more visible early in the new year. The City of Covington today release...

Savvy assistance for City’s businesses

Small-business “coach” Lisa Brann works out of an office on Pike Street to help businesses in Covington and elsewhere. ‘Coach’ doles out help as needed from Pike St. office COVINGTON, Ky. – When businesses and entrepreneurs in Covington need assistance – whe...
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