Public Improvements

COVINGTON, Ky. - Even an expedited, emergency repair of the John A. Roebling Suspension Bridge will likely take a couple of months, Covington leaders ...
Posted By Dan Hassert

A planting event last October added over 80 trees – most of them 8 feet tall – to the West Latonia streetscape. Latonia tree-planting Sat...
Posted By Dan Hassert

A lot of hands meant a lot of bushes and plants were put in the ground Saturday near Randolph Park. Randolph Park garden exemplifies citywide beautif...
Posted By Dan Hassert

A portrait of Ellen Battelle Dietrick hangs in the sitting room at the Covington Ladies Home, but outside its walls, few people are aware of her contr...
Posted By Dan Hassert

Seasonal laborer Derrick Humphrey in the Public Works Department mows grass in Devou Park. City has a variety of positions open  COVINGTON, Ky....
Posted By Dan Hassert

COVINGTON, Ky. - The historic John A. Roebling Suspension Bridge will be closed to vehicles beginning at 4 p.m. today after sandstone fragments broke ...
Posted By Dan Hassert

COVINGTON, Ky. - The road that curves around and almost into Prisoners Lake in Covington’s Devou Park will be closed for about a week starting W...
Posted By Dan Hassert

Neighborhood signs such as this one at Fifth and Philadelphia streets are one example of small projects that are eligible for the City of Covington&rs...
Posted By Dan Hassert

This flowering cherry on Madison Pike shows that trees have aesthetic benefits as well as environmental ones.   COVINGTON, Ky. -- If you live i...
Posted By Dan Hassert

COVINGTON, Ky. -- As part of National Volunteer Week, a cleanup group from City Hall descended on Madison Avenue and Scott Boulevard on Monday, pickin...
Posted By Dan Hassert
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