News and Updates


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Covid 19 all Resident Testing

 Special Meeting June 19 Municipal Road Aid

Primary - June 23, 2020 Election information -- UPDATED 6/10/2020


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City Meeting Via Zoom June 9, 2020 

Reopening City Building 8 June 2020

IMPORTANT INFORMATION ON UPCOMING PRIMARY ELECTION - JUNE 23, 2020

PLEASE COMPLETE THE 2020 CENSUS - YOUR RESPONSE MATTERS!  The Census has a direct impact to our entire community!

DO YOU WANT TO BE A CITY COMMISSIONER? City Commissioner elections for the 2021 - 2023 term will be held in November 2020.  

NEIGHBORS HELPING NEIGHBORS! 

The City of Ryland Heights' Response to COVID-19

Our primary concern is the safety of our citizens and staff.  Symptoms usually include runny nose, headache, cough, sore throat, fever and/or a general feeling of being unwell. For up to date information about the coronavirus, visit the Northern Kentucky Health Department..   

The City of Ryland Heights remains open for business but the city building is closed to all visitors. Only staff and commissioners are permitted in the building. We will close completely if directed by government officials or NKY Health Department.  

Trash pickup is provided by Republic Services. Please check online at www.republicservices.com for updates.


Primary Elections Update from Kenton County Clerk, Gabrielle Summe

3/14/2020 - With the current COVID-19 situation, we are encouraging all those voters who qualify for a mail-in absentee ballot to take advantage of that option.  To make it easier to request an absentee application for any of your Kenton County registered voters, there is now a link on the clerk website so that they can do their request online.  Please click on View Details for the link and additional information.