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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.
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.
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. Citations will also be issued to those who do not have their cars registered. The citation fine for not displaying your vehicle decal is $25.00. If the citation is not paid within 7 days, the fine is doubled with a $10.00 administration fee added. Please note; you may be cited every day you are in violation and your vehicle may also be towed.
You may print the vehicle tag receipt and fill it out by clicking here
Congratulations!!! Once again the City of Park Hills has been designated a “Tree City USA”. This is our City’s fifth year of receiving the honor from the Arbor Day Foundation and the National Association of State Foresters. Please thank our Village Green and the Tree Board for their leadership and support.
The Property Valuation Administration (PVA) will be re-assessing properties in Park Hills for the upcoming 2015 tax year. Any changes to your property assessment will be mailed on April 10th. The statutory open inspection period begins May 4th and ends May 18th. All appeals to the local Board of Appeals must be filed with the County Clerk no later than 4:00 p.m. on May 20th. (The county clerk’s office will be closed on May 19th due to the election)
If you have any questions regarding your property assessment, please call the PVA office at 859-392-1750
The City of Park Hills is establishing an emergency communications system to inform residents of snow emergencies, municipal services, changes in trash/recycling pickup, police notifications and more.
The forms were mailed to each resident. If you did not receive one, or would like additional applications for other family members, please click here to download a copy!