Posted on Friday, February 5, 2021
The February Special Council Meeting will be held on February 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, 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 DJansing@cityoflakesidepark.com by 9:00AM on Monday, February 8th so it can be added to the agenda. View the meeting on Spectrum Channel 200 or Cincinnati Bell Channel 819. Also available on TBNK's Live Facebook Feed or view on TBNK's ROKU channel or view on the web at http://www.tbnk.org/togo3
The City of Lakes...
Posted on Tuesday, February 2, 2021
Please CLICK HERE to view the February Public Works Monthly Project Update
Posted on Tuesday, February 2, 2021
Lakeview Force Main Partial Replacement
Project Location: Along Dixie Highway and Buttermilk Pike in Lakeside Park
Project Description: Realign and upgrade a deteriorating section of Lakeview Force Main, addressing critical asset renewal needs, increasing sewer capacity and cutting future sewer overflow mitigation costs.
Estimated Start Date: January 2021
Estimated Completion Date: September 2021
Project Manager: Lydia Watkins
Project Code: C417-ENG-004
More details: https://www.sd1.org/CivicAlerts.aspx?AID=62
Need more information? Email SD1 or call 859-578-7450 and ask to speak to Lydia Watkins.
Posted on Thursday, January 28, 2021
Please continue to practice frequent hand washing, wearing a mask, and social distancing.
Posted on Friday, January 22, 2021
Visit the Northern KY Health Department website at https://nkyhealth.org for Covid-19 Vaccine Information.
1-22-2021 NKY Vaccination Update
Vaccinations are currently being provided for people in Phases 1A and B in NKY. These phases include staff and residents of long term care facilities and assisted living facilities, health care personnel, first responders, individuals who are 70 years and older and K-12 school personnel. Most long term care and assisted living facilities are being vaccinated through a federal contract with Walgreens and CVS pharmacies. Vaccinations for the other populations in Phases 1A and B are currently being provided by a local partnership of NKY Health, HealthPoint Family Care and St. Elizabeth Healthcare. No one has to be a patient of any of these provid...
Posted on Friday, January 15, 2021
Please CLICK HERE to view a copy of the January, 2021 Public Works monthly project update
Posted on Friday, January 8, 2021
View Agenda Here
The January Special Council Meeting will be held on January 11th 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, 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 DJansing@cityoflakesidepark.com by 9:00AM on Monday, January 11th so it can be added to the agenda. View the meeting on Spectrum Channel 200 or Cincinnati Bell Channel 819. Also available on TBNK's Live Facebook Feed or view on TBNK's ROKU channel or view on the web at http://www.tbnk.org/togo3
Posted on Friday, January 1, 2021
Kindergarten Registration for 2021-22 is happening now for Kenton County Schools! Families can visit the Kenton County Schools Website complete the Intent to Enroll Survey and read more information. We look forward to welcoming our new learners. Getting their information early helps us with planning and providing resources to families to build relationships and Kindergarten Readiness.
Visit Kenton County Schools for more info!
Posted on Tuesday, December 15, 2020
Visit KYTC Improving Turkeyfoot Road website
Located in the heart of Northern Kentucky, Turkeyfoot Road (KY 1303) is an important link in our growing region’s transportation system. In the area near I-275, Turkeyfoot is heavily traveled and supports more than 40,000 vehicles per day. Here, drivers frequently experience congestion and travel delays caused by the increasing number of vehicles on the road, short distances between traffic signals and lines of cars trying to turn left. Unfortunately, it’s also not uncommon to be slowed down by crashes caused by vehicles making quick lane changes and backed up traffic.
The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) has studied these problems and is currently developing plans to reduce congestion and improve travel safety on Tur...
Posted on Thursday, December 3, 2020
Please CLICK HERE to view the December, 2020 Public Works Monthly Project Update