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CITY OFFICES CLOSED TO PUBLIC

Posted on Sunday, March 22, 2020
Beginning on Monday March 23rd and continuing until further notice the Lakeside Park City Office will be closed to the public.  The City Clerk/Treasurer and Deputy City Clerk will be working remotely. Please call the Office 859-341-6670 and leave a message. You may also email us at [email protected] or [email protected] Your message will be returned as soon as possible. I would also ask that if you have an elderly neighbor or know of someone that may need assistance, that you safely reach out to them remembering the six foot rule (Social Distancing) and check on them. If they need assistance above what you can provide, please let us know. Thank You. We will all get through this together. Sincerely, Mayor David Jansing  

Letter to Residents about CoronaVirus

Posted on Monday, March 16, 2020
March 16, 2020 Residents of Lakeside Park, During this time of a National Emergency, rest assured that your State and Local authorities have been working around the clock to provide the necessary services for our residents and visitors. Our Police and Fire Departments, Homeland Security & Emergency Management have all activated their Emergency Plans. Our Kenton County Emergency Communications Center has modified the way that First Responders will be notified in the event a call is received. Please be assured that help will be coming.  On your part, I ask that you follow the guidelines that have been created by the Medical Professionals. The first thing to remember is, Do Not Panic. Please avoid large crowds, maintain a safe distance of at least six feet from others, cover you...

Changes Due to COVID-19 - All Non-Essential Meetings/Events Cancelled

Posted on Friday, March 13, 2020
We are here to serve our residents during this time of uncertainty.  In light of recent developments with school closings and COVID-19 Novel Coronavirus, we are asking those who need information from the City Offices, our Public Works, or our Police Officers to consider whether the matter can be taken care of with a phone call or email rather than coming to the office.  By limiting face-to-face contact, it will limit the chance of the spread of illnesses and will help ensure our employees are here to help you.  However, if you feel your concern needs to be addressed in person, we will continue to have employees available at the City Building to assist you, to the extent we are not ourselves affected by COVID-19. The phone number for the City Office is (859) 341-6670. ...

CAR SHOW 5/30/20

Posted on Friday, March 13, 2020
View Flyer Here CAR SHOW BRING YOUR SHOW CAR All makes and models welcome! REGISTRATION $15 forms available at www.LPCHPD.com Awards Ceremony begins at 3:45 — Silent Auction — Split the Pot — Door Prizes SPONSORED BY LAKESIDE PARK CRESTVIEW HILLS POLICE Department SATURDAY MAY 30, 2020 11 AM—4 PM Registration Begins at 8:30AM Rain date Sunday May 31, 2020 Crestview Hills Town Center Parking Lot @ Dillard’s REGISTRATION $15 forms available at www.LPCHPD.com Contact Melissa Sies for more information (859) 331-5368 or [email protected] All proceeds to benefit Cincinnati Children’s Hospital

How to Prepare for COVID-19 (Novel CoronaVirus)

Posted on Sunday, March 8, 2020
  As the first cases of Covid-19 have been diagnosed in Kentucky, we urge our residents to stay prepared. Visit the NKY Health website for additional information.  How to prepare for Covid-19 The Kentucky COVID Hotline has been established for anyone in Kentucky to call and ask questions. The COVID Hotline number is 1-800-722-5725. For More Information Please Visit: Northern Kentucky Health Department - https://nkyhealth.org - 859-341-4264 Center for Disease Control (CDC)   

March 9th Meeting Agenda

Posted on Saturday, March 7, 2020
  View Agenda Here Meetings are held at 2355 Dixie Highway, Fort Mitchell.  Begins at 7:00 PM in the Council Chambers.    

*EVENT CANCELLED* RAD CLASS

Posted on Friday, March 6, 2020
***EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED*** RAD, which stands for Rape Aggression Defense is a self-defense class taught exclusively to women. It has gained national recognition as a premier self-defense program for women. RAD’s core four principles of awareness, prevention, risk reduction and risk avoidance are coupled with basic physical defensive moves, all of which when combined, afford a woman the option to defend herself. The class consists of 12 hours of instruction typically separated into four, three-hour sessions taught over a two-week period. Class times can be morning, afternoon, or evening, whichever is convenient for the majority of the students. Classes are offered as soon as at least 8 women have enrolled with a maximum of 20 women per class.   For more information or to ...

Monthly Project Update - March, 2020

Posted on Thursday, March 5, 2020
CLICK HERE to view the March, 2020 Monthly Public Works Update

**CANCELLED** REGISTER- ARMED FORCES 5K RUN/WALK

Posted on Friday, February 14, 2020
  Kenton County Veterans Memorial  Armed Forces Day 5K Run/Walk Active and Inactive Military Join in the Military Cup Challenge SATURDAY, MAY 16, 2020 at 8:30 a.m. Start at Crescent Springs Community Park - 800 Buttermilk Pike Proceeds benefit the Kenton County Veterans Memorial ***Rain or Shine*** Click Here for Registration Form and More Information

Monthly Project Update - February, 2020

Posted on Monday, February 10, 2020
Please CLICK HERE to view the February Public Works Monthly Project Update
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