The 5K run/walk is scheduled for Sunday, September 17th. Some residents of Park Hills may have limited traffic access during the hours of approximately 3:45 - 5:30 p.m. This event is to honor Maria Schaffstein and Katie Stewart. All proceeds will benefit the children of St. Agnes.
The Old State Road Sidewalk Project originally set to begin on Monday, July 24th, has been pushed back two weeks. The project is now scheduled to begin during the week of August 14th. For more information, or questions, please call Mr. VonHandorf at 859-486-9541.
Demolition of the house on Audubon is scheduled for Thursday, July 20th. Dumpsters will be filled and hauled off site during the process Thursday. There is not a fixed date of when the earthwork will begin, but it should be soon. The city will pass along new information as it is received.
1. Call the Call Center which puts in a request for someone to look at the tree (1-800-544-6900)
2. Once it is assigned, a crew member would come out to the location and determine whether Duke Energy contractors would take care of the dead tree or if another contractor would need to
3. If we decide to cut down the tree, it is then cut and the wood is stacked in the yard for the customer to take care of the removal
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
MEDIA ALERT & PHOTO OP
JUNE 19, 2017
PRESS CONFERENCE TODAY AT 11 AM
ROUTINE MAINTENANCE SCHEDULED FOR BRENT SPENCE BRIDGE THIS SUMMER LANE CLOSURES WILL SIGNIFICANTLY IMPACT TRAVEL FOR APPROXIMATELY TWO MONTHS Project Team will announce lane closures, detours and maintenance schedule at a press conference TODAY at 11:00 am
WHAT: Routine maintenance work is going to take place this summer on the Brent Spence Bridge. There will be lane closures on the bridge, and several ramps that provide access to and from the bridge also will be affected. Significant impacts to traffic on the bridge and on routes that drivers will use to get around the bridge are expected for approximately 60 days.
The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) is managing this project, which is part of an ongoing program to maintain and improve the condition of the regional transportation network.
The Brent Spence Bridge was built to support approximately 80-100,000 vehicles per day. Currently, it carries twice that volume. The bridge is structurally-sound and remains viable for long-term use. Discussions regarding construction of a new bridge, which would add capacity to our regional transportation network, are unrelated to this maintenance project and the existing bridge will continue to be operational regardless of whether or not a new bridge is built.
Project team members are holding a press conference to announce lane closures, detours and the initial maintenance schedule.
WHEN: TODAY – Monday, June 19, 2017, 11:00 am
WHERE: Drees Pavilion at Devou Park
790 Park Lane
Covington, KY 41011
WHO: Kentucky Transportation Cabinet Chief District Engineer Bob Yeager Members of the Brent Spence Bridge Maintenance 2017 project team
CONTACT: Betty Hull, (859) 414-5232 or media@BrentSpence2017.org
Calling residents, business owners, and friends of Park Hills!
The Historic Preservation Committee seeks old photos of Park Hills sites, homes, residents to include in a book project they're creating. If you have any such photos, please take them to the city building where they can be scanned and promptly returned to you. We need your help to make this happen. Please look in your albums and see if you can be part of this project. Thank you!