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Community Vibrancy



Northern Kentucky is a region where people from all backgrounds feel included, connected and welcome. By being intentional about the story we tell through public art and the use of space, the region can write a fresh chapter about the people who call Northern Kentucky home — now and in the future. Utilizing creative place-making will not only ensure a vibrant, ever-evolving region but will also contribute to a more robust economy, since many jobs are supported by the arts.

Skyward's goal for the next five years is to develop a public space that brings Northern Kentucky community members together to interact and connect in a sustainable, healthy and inclusive setting; utilize public art and projects as a distinctive feature of our region; and implement a pre-development fund to accelerate redevelopment in the urban core.


 

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Photo feature: NKY celebrates success, looks toward bright future

Exploring Northern Kentucky's renewed vision and successes of recent years, and looking forward to many good things to come in the myNKY target areas of business, health, education and community vibrancy.

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Bellevue events serve as testing ground for urban-planning playbook

Two Bellevue residents authored a guide for neighborhood development that is gaining traction throughout the region and beyond.

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Video: Exciting change greets Ludlow

Ludlow city administrators discuss its history and accessible riverfront location, with plans for future business and residential development.

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Metropolitan Club celebrates 25 years as force for good in region

In addition to impressive views of the Cincinnati skyline, Covington's Metropolitan Club provides business networking and charitable resources.

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Ewe-Nique Art Walk joins Kentucky Wool Festival in Pendleton County

The sheep-inspired art walk in Falmouth will feature storefront art installations on Sept. 24 made possible by Skyward's myNKY grant program, promoting the annual Wool Festival Oct. 7-9.
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myNKY: What does it mean to you?

Residents and business, civic, education and religious leaders respond when asked to help determine the future of Northern Kentucky in the next five years.
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Learn more about the organizations serving Northern Kentucky at www.NorthernKentuckyUSA.com