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Welcome to Kenton County!



Covington has the second highest number of properties listed on the National Register of Historic Places in Kentucky. There’s no better place to view some of the best examples of these historic buildings then in the Licking Riverside Historic District. Located at the confluence of the Ohio and Licking Rivers, the neighborhood features outstanding nineteenth century architecture and scenic river and city views. It was named one of 10 Great Neighborhoods for 2013 by the American Planning Association (APA).

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Crestview Hills

Commonly known as one of the most desirable locations in Greater Cincinnati for professional and medically-based offices, Crestview Hills embraces the goals of creating an attractive and high-quality community for its residents and businesses.

Founded and managed over the years with a keen vision for balancing growth and quality of life, Crestview Hills adeptly balances a robust tax base with high quality neighborhoods. Rarely can you find such a varied landscape in a city of this size.

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We are a comfortable, cozy, and an affordable community with a population of 8500. St. Elizabeth Medical Center and Health South Rehabilitation Hospitals are all nestled within the city to provide opportunities for employment and the care of our Northern Kentucky residents.
Edgewood has a total of seven schools K through 12 and a technical college to help guide and prepare our students for life’s challenges.
Our police and fire departments, as well as public works departments, continue to strive to build a strong and united community.

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Erlanger was founded in the 1880s.[2] The city was named after the Parisian family bank of Emile d’Erlanger, which helped finance the town’s early development. In current usage, the name is pronounced in an anglicized way, with neither a French nor German accent.

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Fort Mitchell

Fort Mitchell was the site of one of seven Civil War fortifications built for the Defense of Cincinnati. The community was named for General Ormsby M. Mitchel, a professor at Cincinnati College (now the University of Cincinnati) who designed the fortifications.[4]
Fort Mitchell was chartered as a city in 1910.

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Fort Wright

Named after Civil War hero Horatio Gouverneur Wright and situated on a hillside in Northern Kentucky with scenic views of Cincinnati, Ohio, Fort Wright has ready access to urban amenities while retaining suburban charm and warmth. Please consider this my personal invitation to visit our City any time to experience all that we have to offer, I’m certain that you’ll find that Fort Wright is a wonderful place to live, work and play!

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Taylor Mill

Taylor Mill is a thriving community where people want to live, work and raise their families. It’s a place where citizens can live their lives with access to the services they need and want, where businesses want to locate and where people want to work. Taylor Mill embodies a strong sense of community and civic pride-from the friendly people, to the neighborhoods, to local businesses-it is a city “Taylored with Pride.”

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Villa Hills

According to the 2010 census we have 7,489 residents and about 2,800 homes.
The City operates under the Mayor/Council form of government and is a Home Rule class city under Kentucky Law.

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