NKUCFC’S Annual Tree Planting Event
Reforest Northern Kentucky is an annual, all-volunteer project organized by NKUCFC to restore native Kentucky woodlands. The reforestation project is responsible for planting thousands of tree seedlings on public, protected previously mowed properties in Boone, Kenton and Campbell Counties.
Reforest Northern Kentucky is a successful, sustainable event with a proven track record. Over the last eight years, more than 30 acres of protected public park and school land have been planted with native woodland trees and over 2,100 volunteers have participated.
Refreshments and take home native tree seedlings are provided for all volunteers.
Covington, KY 41011
Parking is limited: GO GREEN AND CARPOOL!
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!
The City of Park Hills, along with Erlanger, Lakeside Park, Crescent Springs and Villa Hills, has become a part of the Adopt-A-Unit Program. The five cities will be collecting items to send to our troops overseas. The group will also host fundraisers that will be posted on this site as they are upcoming. One very popular event will be the annual Kenton County Veterans Memorial “Armed Forces Day 5K Run/Walk” scheduled for Saturday, May 17th. For more information, or to register, please click here. The other event is a bowling fundraiser also in May. Please click here for more information.
Items for the troops can be dropped off at the city building, 1106 Amsterdam Road, Monday – Thursday between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. and on Fridays between 10:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m.
Suggested donations include:
-Eye drops (saline)
-Drink singles (the ones that flavor 16 oz water bottles)
-Foot powder and foot lotions
-Toothpaste (small tubes)
-Deodorant (stick type)
-Razors and shaving cream
-AA and AAA batteries
-Playing cards and other easy to store time-occupiers
-Hard candy like Jolly Ranchers and Life Savers
-Snacks: microwave popcorn, trail mixes, beef jerky, sunflower seeds, peanut butter crackers, cheese crackers, etc.
-EZ Mac and anything that is ‘microwave heat and serve’
-Tuna or chicken salad with crackers (the ready to eat packages)
The City of Park Hills feels this is a very important program and a wonderful way to show the troops, and their families, how much their service means to us!
Please note the change in the city clerk’s office hours:
Monday – Thursday: 8:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Friday: 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Beginning March 1 the City of Park Hills will be switching Police and Fire Dispatch Services from Erlanger to Kenton County.
Residents will need to call:
356-3191 – Non-Emergency Calls.
911 – Emergency Calls
We encourage residents to call our offices for administrative questions; but want to remind you that there is not always someone in the office. Call the dispatch number (356-3191) when you need police or fire assistance.
Come join other seniors in your community for an afternoon of fun and socializing. The group meets every second Thursday of the month from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at the Griffin Center located at 1550 Dixie Highway (right next to Covington Catholic High School). Please click here for an application form. For more information, please call Millie Fangman at 859-581-0022.
Park Hills Police recommend free online system to help citizens keep track of valuables
reportit.leadsonline.com helps Park Hills’ citizens safely and securely store important information that is useful in recovering property in the event of a loss or theft
January 18, 2013 – Park Hills Police Department encourages all residents to use a free online system that will help keep track of valuable — and invaluable — personal property. ReportIt is a free, secure online service allowing citizens to record serial numbers and upload images for phones, electronics, and other valuables. Should those items ever be stolen, Park Hills Police Department says having the information will go a long way in accurately and quickly identifying your property. Citizens can access the site at reportit.leadsonline.com.
“An invaluable resource for the citizens of Park Hills,” explains Chief Stanley
The ReportIt service is a part of LeadsOnline, the online system that works with police across the country to track and recover stolen property. The Park Hills Police Department uses LeadsOnline to help track and recover stolen property —- everything from jewelry to sporting equipment to electronics, computers, cameras, and other items such as designer clothing, collectibles, and other items with invaluable personal worth. The system allows detectives to search for the items using a variety of parameters, including item descriptions and serial numbers. When an item is sold to a pawn or secondhand shop, the product information is entered in the LeadsOnline database and is immediately viewable by participating law enforcement agencies across the country.
Park Hills Police Department has used LeadsOnline since 2011 and has reported many successes using the online investigations system. Using LeadsOnline, police have recovered thousands of dollars in stolen property for Park Hills and surrounding residents. LeadsOnline has assisted Park Hills’ officers in the recovery of jewelry, power tools, televisions and electronic items. With information provided by LeadsOnline, police track down thieves, develop leads in numerous cases and make arrests.
Citizens can store an unlimited number of serial numbers, item descriptions, pictures, and scans of receipts so items may be more easily identified in the event of theft. This record may also come in handy when filing claims with insurance providers in the event of loss. Citizens wanting to participate in Report It can register for the free service at reportit.leadsonline.com and begin building their personal property inventory list.
During Fire Prevention Month this past October, members of the Park Hills Fire Department visited 150 students at the Julie Learning Center and Ft. Wright Elementary. Students learned about Fire Prevention Safety and all of the equipment used by firefighters. Students were also given a tour of the fire engine and demonstration of the protective gear. We are proud of our fire department members for taking the time to teach children fire safety!