ALERTS The New City Building Lobby is NOW OPEN! We are back HOME in Lakeside Park.

June Special Council Meeting

Posted on Tuesday, June 2, 2020
The June Special Council Meeting will be held on June 8th at 7pm. We will continue using Webex to host the meeting and TBNK to livestream the meeting. As a result of the social distancing guidelines, to remain six (6) feet apart and keep gatherings to ten (10) or less people, the meeting will once again be held remotely. If you have an item you would like to be discussed at the meeting, please submit it in writing to Mayor Jansing at by 3:00PM on Friday, June 5th so it can be added to the agenda.  We are planning on hosting the July 13th Council Meeting at the City Building, as long as there are no changes to the guidelines that have been set-forth by Governor Beshear.  The City of Lakeside Park continues our commitment to the...

City Building Lobby OPEN for Business

Posted on Tuesday, June 2, 2020
We are so excited to have finally arrived back home in Lakeside Park at 9 Buttermilk Pike. The Lobby is OPEN and we are now conducting business at the new offices.  We cannot Thank the City of Fort Mitchell enough for the hospitality and warm welcome they gave to us while we were conducting business out of their City Building. They continued the partnership that has long been a staple in both communities. This is one of the many blessings of living and working in a close knit community.   

Large Item Garbage Pickup Postponed

Posted on Friday, May 22, 2020
The Large Item Garbage Pickup, originally scheduled for June 6, 2020, has been postponed. We are working with our partners at BestWay Disposal to reschedule the event for later this year. The event will only happen after the consent of the Northern Kentucky Health Department and the Office of the Governor have cleared such activities. We understand that this is one of the most anticipated events of the summer and we will continue to try to host a date in the near future.  Please follow the City Website, City Facebook Page, join the email list, and the City Sign (YES, it is finally working again!) We will post updates as we receive them. 

Update on Waste & Recycling during Covid-19 Outbreak

Posted on Tuesday, April 14, 2020
Effective Immediately and Until Further Notice:  For the residents of Lakeside Park, concerning the current situation with trash/recycling pickup during the Pandemic, Bestway is following the recommendations of the Health Department for their safety. They will not be picking up bags and other trash that is not inside a can. The can doesn’t have to be a Bestway issued can or recycling bin. If you need another can, please contact Bestway Disposal and they can make arrangements to get one dropped off for a minimal charge of $ 3.00 per month. Their phone number is 800-354-1830. Another option you have is if everything will not fit in the can(s) you have, please put out what you can on Thursday, and refill it for pickup on Friday. Call the City office on Thursday before 3:00PM with ...

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. ...

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 - - 859-341-4264 Center for Disease Control (CDC)   

Monthly Project Update - March, 2020

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

Monthly Project Update - February, 2020

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

City Council Minutes - 02/10/82020

Posted on Monday, February 10, 2020
  Regular City Council Minutes
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