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Ordinance #01-2019

The regular monthly meeting of the city council shall be held at the City Building, 176 Johns Hill Road, Highland Heights, Kentucky at 7:00 pm on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of each month.

9-28-18 NKU Update

This notice is the next in a series of notifications to interested parties from the Highland Heights community regarding the implementation of the NKU Gateway mixed-use project. We are pleased to report that Phase 1 of the project is scheduled to begin on Monday 10/1/18. Phase 1 is located on the north side of Nunn Drive at US 27 and consists of an approximately 65,000 SF medical office building with associated parking, infrastructure and landscaping improvements.

With a Notice to Proceed for the commencement of construction activities having been provided to the contractor, over the course of the next few weeks you will begin to see construction activities occurring on the site. It is extremely important to NKU and the entire development team that the impact to the surrounding neighborhoods is managed effectively. Steps are being taken to mitigate the impact of construction and the team is committed to working with the community in an effort to keep the lines of communication open.

Adam Branscomb
Fairmount Properties

Adam Branscomb Fairmont NKU New development on US 27 and Farren Dr

Ask the developer a question(Click to contact the developer)

Welcome to the City of Highland Heights.

greg-1Welcome to the City of Highland Heights. Nestled in the hills of Northern Kentucky, just seven miles south of Cincinnati, our quiet suburb got its start as a farm community in the 1920s. To this day, we’ve maintained our small-town intimacy and security, while providing convenient access to a vibrant metropolis. We’re also home to one of Kentucky’s fastest growing post-secondary institutions, Northern Kentucky University (NKU).

I am honored to serve such a diverse community of seniors, working families, college students and young professionals who live, learn and work here. Over the past decade, our administration and council have worked hard to establish a strong financial foundation for our city—one that will ensure continued quality services for our residents and will allow us to build on our tremendous assets, paving the way for a prosperous future.

I’m proud to call Highland Heights my home of more than 35 years, and I invite you to explore our website to learn more about our community and all it has to offer. Better yet—stop by one of our parks, visit one of our many storefronts, or catch an NCAA Division I NKU sporting event, and see for yourself how we’re achieving Growth Through Progress.

Sincerely,

Greg Meyers
Mayor


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