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City Seeks Applications for a Driver

JOIN OUR TEAM! The City of Covington is accepting applications for a Driver to join our Public Works Department. Job Title:         Driver Department:       Public Works Salary Range:        $1,809.82/Bi-Weekl...

iWorQ app: Easy way to request fixes

Grounds-worker Frank Coogan (left) and light equipment operator Lonnie Johnson of Covington’s Public Works Department trimmed branches from a street-side tree that were causing a problem. The concern was sent in by a citizen using the City’s new iWorQ Service Request tool. COVINGTON, Ky....

Mudslide closes Amsterdam Road

A Covington Public Works crew worked furiously this morning to clear Amsterdam. The crew included, from left: grounds worker Chad Hyland (walking), laborer James Payne (driving the dump truck), and cement brick mason Gene Kohl (operating the mini excavator). COVINGTON, Ky. - Amsterdam Road in Coving...

What to do with Latonia’s Barb Cook Park?

The basketball courts are popular at Barb Cook Park, but what else should be added to the park? COVINGTON, Ky. - The sole of many a shoe has been left thinner by the basketball courts at Barb Cook Park in Latonia over the years, and its swings and slides have left the seats of kids’ shorts and...

$1.2M Eastside storm water project set to start

COVINGTON, Ky. - A $1.2 million project to reduce sewage overflows and backups is about to begin in a corner of Covington’s Eastside neighborhood.   Workers from SD1, Sanitation District No. 1 of Northern Kentucky, will begin moving construction equipment and materials on Monday to the ea...

Green stickers may go away

COVINGTON, Ky. - Proposed changes to Covington’s waste collection program would eliminate the use of green stickers for bulk garbage items and reduce fines assessed for violating rules related to how and when residents set out their garbage.   The changes have to be approved by the Coving...

Inspection of Suspension Bridge to affect traffic

COVINGTON, Ky. - Inspection work on the Roebling Suspension Bridge will affect both pedestrians and vehicles next week.   A bridge inspection consultant will be working on the bridge from Monday through Thursday, according to officials with the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet.   Sidewalks ...

More sidewalks, curbs made ADA compliant

New curb cuts on Second Street at the alley between Kennedy and Garrard streets are now ADA-compliant.   COVINGTON, Ky. – As part of the City’s ongoing work to make sidewalks accessible to those in wheelchairs or dealing with other disabilities, Covington recently installed ADA-comp...

Revamped Code Enforcement Division looking to hire

Covington Code Enforcement Officer David Edwards investigates a report of a hazardous tree in the Westside Neighborhood. COVINGTON, Ky. - Covington’s new-look Code Enforcement Division is seeking inspectors to carry out a critical task: Protect the health and safety of Covington residents.&nbs...

More Brent Spence work this weekend

The Brent Spence Bridge ... (Photo courtesy the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet) COVINGTON, Ky. - The ongoing saga of the Brent Spence Bridge continues this weekend with two more days of lane closures expected to create traffic backups.  The right two northbound lanes of Interstates 71/75 over ...
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