2022 in review: Giant leaps forward > City of Covington, KY – The City of Covington, KY (.gov)

Report card to residents highlights historic deal on bridge, tax cut & progress on job training, IRS site, new City Hall
COVINGTON, Ky. – A construction trades school and its preservation trades complement. A 23-acre development in the urban core. A new City Hall better suited for helping residents. A health sciences lab. Homeownership.
The City of Covington took so many steps forward so steadily on so many transformational initiatives in 2022 that it wasn’t until year’s end that that progress could be recognized for what it was: Giant leaps forward in strengthening the physical and people infrastructure, capacity, reputation, and economic momentum of The Cov.
In this, our annual year-in-review release, the City of Covington reports to the community on progress made in the past year on a vast array of issues.
And it does so with a caveat: While this report highlights events, programs, announcements, policies, and economic successes that likely made headlines, it doesn’t speak to the stellar service provided day-in, day-out by the City employees who patrol streets, put out fires, plow snow and fix potholes, help businesses create jobs, help the vulnerable finds places to live, and protect the health and safety of residents by keeping buildings up to code.
“This past year was particularly rewarding because we took significant steps forward on large-scale projects that will elevate life in Covington for generations,” Mayor Joe Meyer said. “And already this year, 2023, we have seen that progress continue.”
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Economic Development
Infrastructure
Neighborhoods
Park & Rec
Micellaneous
Welcoming/diversity
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