Covington –

Covington is located at the confluence of the Ohio and Licking rivers, part of the Cincinnati–Northern Kentucky metropolitan area. Covington has a population of about 40,640, making it the 5th-most-populous city in Kentucky and is home to 12 historic neighborhoods with active resident associations that are dedicated to involving residents in strengthening their neighborhoods, improving safety, housing and beautification.


This vibrant, urban community is home to many of Kentucky's premier attractions including the Carroll Chimes Bell Tower, the Garden of Hope, John A. Roebling Suspension Bridge (the prototype for the Brooklyn Bridge), Behringer-Crawford Museum of Northern Kentucky History and Heritage, Cathedral Basilica (a one-third-size replica of the Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris), the Railway Museum, the Madison Theater, Devou Park and much more.


Covington is also home to many of Northern Kentucky's most beloved and popular events and annual festivals including the First Friday Gallery Hop, Maifest, Mainstrasse Oktoberfest, Fresh Art and many others.