Covington enjoys an extremely engaged community, largely thanks to its nineteen active neighborhood associations. Partner organizations such as the Covington Neighborhood Collaborative and the Center for Great Neighborhoods work to foster a collective federation of residents into a unified voice that influence city policy and help sustain a high quality of life. The City works directly with these lead organizations, and others, to involve residents from all neighborhoods on City decisions that will affect them. If you are a new resident, welcome to our community and we hope the resources here can help put you in touch with your neighborhood association.
Covington’s Recreational amenities are quite impressive and numerous, including the 500+ acre Devou Park with playgrounds, picnic shelters, trails, a golf course, Drees Pavilion and other facilities. City residents have plenty to choose from to champion outdoor living and the City provides residents with seasonal access to pools, ball fields and a wonderful host of small neighborhood parks scattered throughout the city with picnic shelter rentals for those special events. Here is a list of the outdoor amenities offered by the City and available to both Visitors and Residents, managed by the Recreation Department. For more information on any of these listings, call the Recreations Department at 859-292-2151.
Covington’s urban core spans from the Ohio River south to 12th/Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard and from the Licking River westward to I=71/75 and the Brent Spence Bridge, and has many gems for the urban explorer. The best way to experience downtown is to just get out and start walking around. You are bound to run into something interesting or enjoyable.
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