Community Development

Feature Story Randolph Park, on Covington's Eastside is named after Dr. James Randolph, a pioneering physician who was the first African American to professionally provide medical aid to African Americans in Northern Kentucky.

On the Ground: A tale of two neighborhoods


Feature Story Lee Ransdell trail bikes several times a week at Devou Park.

Spending time — and money — in Devou Park


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Covington’s legendary leader, Tom Dibello


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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.

Healthy communities via public spaces bring Northern Kentucky neighbors together to interact and connect in a sustainable and inclusive setting. Public art and projects become a distinctive feature of the NKY region and implement pre-development activity to accelerate redevelopment in the urban core.