Sep 27

UPDATE FROM PUBLIC WORKS

The Water District has completed the mill & overlay on Amsterdam Road. Mill & overlay has also been completed on St. Joseph Lane and Locust Street. The Altavia Avenue project is moving along and the Aberdeen Road project is set to begin on Wednesday, September 28th.
Mr. VonHandorf, the Public Works Director, will be doing the leaf pick-up again this fall. Details will be forthcoming.

Sep 01

CITY CLERK HOURS FOR SEPTEMBER

As the city collects city taxes, vehicle and dog tags during the month of September, we will extend our office hours to the following:
Monday – Thursday: 8:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Friday: 9:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.

Aug 31

PARK HILLS RESIDENT, MIKE HAMMONS, RECOGNIZED FOR SERVICE

Please click on the link below to view the article.

http://www.kyforward.com/zepeda-rider-hammons-to-be-recognized-for-service-during-kentucky-summit-on-philanthropy/

Aug 29

VEHICLE & ANIMAL TAGS DUE IN SEPTEMBER

For the convenience of our residents, the city will begin collecting the vehicle decal fees and animal tag fees during the month of September to coincide with the collection of the city’s property taxes.

VEHICLE DECALS
The city will once again be selling vehicle decals at the city building located at 1106 Amsterdam Road.  This replaces the $15.00 that used to be paid to the Kenton County Clerk upon registration of your vehicle.  A removable window decal, which will be visible on the driver side windshield, is $15.00 per vehicle and will be due every year during the month of September.  Money generated from the sale of the tags will go to the upkeep of the city streets.  All residents of the city must have a decal for their vehicles even if the vehicle is leased through your company and/or if you have out of state plates.  If paying by mail, please include your vehicle’s year, make, model and license plate number along with a self addressed stamped envelope so that the clerks can return your decal by mail.  As of October 1st, a $20 late fee will be added to the cost of the decal.

ANIMAL TAGS
All dogs and cats must be registered at the city building.  The cost is $5.00 per pet.  There is a limit of five pets per household. As the weather warms, pets spend more time outdoors.  We ask that you please be courteous of your neighbors by keeping pets in their own yard and any dog barking to a minimum.  Please obey the leash law and clean up after pets during walks.

 

Jul 06

Skip Fangman 1934-2016

It is with great sadness as we mourn the loss of Councilman L.F. “Skip” Fangman. Skip, along with his wife Mildred “Millie”, had lived in Park Hills fifty years raising their children here. Skip always gave new residents a warm welcome and served on many committees and organizations in the city. He served as Mayor and also several terms on Council. Skip will be remembered for all his dedication, service and love he had for everything Park Hills. He will be greatly missed by all who knew him!

Please click here to view Skip’s full obituary.

Jun 21

PLANT A TREE IN YOUR YARD!

Please click here for information and an application!  The deadline to submit your application is June 30, 2017

Jun 20

2016 SPRING NEWSLETTER

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Jun 01

2016 MEMORIAL DAY PARADE & FLAG RAISING CEREMONY

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Apr 15

RECOGNIZING OUR FIRE DEPARTMENT’S LIFETIME MEMBERS!

Mr. Ray Knochelman and Mr. Thomas Sorrell were both recently recognized for their years of service to the Park Hills Fire Department. Mr. Knochelman (left) has been a member for 74 years and Mr. Sorrell (right) has been a member for 55 years! Thank you both for your time and dedication to our city!

Also recognized were Mr. Roy Ottino for 25 years and Mr. Josh Davis for 5 years of service!

ray and tom

Feb 18

BENEFITS OF URBAN FORESTRY

Please click here to read about how urban forestry investment assists local economies and public health.

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