Zoning Changes
Have you seen our "Zoning Change" signs around town? You have come to the right place for more information.
Find Something
What's New?

State working toward effective date for new Kentucky Building Code

Kentucky’s Department of Housing, Buildings and Construction’s (DHBC) newly organized Advisory Committee heard and approved testimony last month for the Commonwealth to advance to the 2015 International Code Council’s (ICC) family of codes. Members did not, however, take action on an effective date for the change. The International Codes are model codes published by ICC and developed by ICC members to provide minimum safeguard...

Read more

Latonia Lakes’ residents celebrate milestone in their community’s revitalization

It’s been a years’-long process of rehabilitating their community, but residents of Latonia Lakes have accomplished a lot. So, on a beautiful fall weekend last month, they got together with representatives of the agencies that helped make it happen, and they celebrated. With backing from The Center for Great Neighborhoods of Covington, Oak Ridge Baptist Lighthouse Church, the Kenton County Police Department, and PDS, the New Hope for...

Read more

Fiscal Court okays citizen-led zoning amendments for South Kenton

Kenton County Fiscal Court voted unanimously this month to adopt text amendments to the Rural Commercial (RC) zoning district in the county’s zoning ordinance. The changes, which were crafted by a group of rural county residents, address one of the goals in Direction 2030: Your Voice. Your Choice., the countywide comprehensive plan.  Fiscal court’s action marks the culmination of almost two years of work by the South Kenton Cou...

Read more

Planning Commission sends new sign regulations to elected officials

The Kenton County Planning Commission voted unanimously this month to send new sign regulations to every jurisdiction in Kenton County. That action was prompted by a late 2015 US Supreme Court Decision that rendered most sign regulations across the country unconstitutional (Reed v. Town of Gilbert). The Supreme Court’s decision clarified: 1.    when municipalities may impose content-based restrictions on signage; and ...

Read more

Disclaimer Regarding Information: PDS provides information via this website as a public service. Please note that users are responsible for checking its accuracy, completeness, currency, and/or suitability themselves. This may require inspection of official public records housed by the individual jurisdictions involved. Read Full Disclaimer