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Rumpke transfer station closed this weekend

COVINGTON, Ky. – Note to Covington residents looking to get rid of construction/home renovation debris and other bulk trash items: The Covington Transfer Station will be closed Friday, Nov. 19 to drop-off traffic starting at noon and all-day Saturday, Nov. 20 temporarily as Rumpke Waste &am...

Owls & pre-holiday peace

COVINGTON, Ky. – It seems fitting that we can find some creative and calming things to do the weekend before we dive deep into the holiday season next week. Hanging out with native owls sounds like a good way to spend a Saturday, right? Or how about helping kids paint a crosswalk street mur...

Board of Commissioners Caucus Meeting Agenda 11-23-21

Draft Agenda Please note, the AIRs & Backup Docs are now being provided in BDF 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...

Board of Commission Meeting Minutes 10/26/21

Board of Commission Meeting Minutes 10/26/21

Board of Commission Meeting Minutes 10/23/21

Board of Commission Meeting Minutes 10/23/21

In praise of recycling

The Cov joins national holiday focusing attention on preserving our world   COVINGTON, Ky. – To celebrate America Recycles Day, the City of Covington mailed a flier to residents who signed up to receive a curbside recycling cart and is sharing videos on its Facebook page from Rumpke...

Board of Architectual Review and Development (BOARD) Meeting November 17, 2021

Special meeting notice for the Board of Architectural Review and Development (BOARD) meeting scheduled for Wednesday, November 17, 2021.

Beer miles & train tracks

COVINGTON, Ky. – With City Hall and other offices closed for Veterans Day on Thursday, we’re putting out our narrative weekend events calendar a day early. You should be glad we are, because there’s a lot of cool stuff going on in The Cov. Feel like an easy, laidback weekend ...

Honoring our City veterans

Tradition of military service strong in The Cov and its government COVINGTON, Ky. –The tradition of military service in Kentucky predates the state itself. Even before the Bluegrass territory was ratified as the 15th state in the fledgling union, the men and women who lived within these ...

2 years later, ‘RIPPLE’ felt in Lewisburg

New sidewalks and updated storefronts are among the changes made to the bend of Pike Street near Montague Street as part of the City’s first The RIPPLE Effect proposal that started at Herb & Thelma’s Tavern. Partnership spurs street improvements, new business (Part 2 of 2: The ...
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