Director of Public Services - George Ripberger
Snow and Ice Removal
Clean Street Policy: When the winter weather hits Crescent Springs, you can count on the Public Service Department’s “Clean Street Policy”. To make streets as safe and clear as possible for those who live, work and travel through Crescent Springs, Public Service crews work until all streets are plowed or salted to bare pavement. Major thoroughfares, bridges and hills receive priority, followed by residential streets.
Avoid shoveling snow into the street. Shoveling snow from your driveway into a street that has already been cleared may create safety hazards. Shoveling snow from your driveway into a street that has not been cleared will result in the snow being pushed back into your driveway by the plow.
When conditions exist that require snow plowing or salting, please move vehicles off the street. This greatly assists service crews in their efforts to keep streets safe and clear. When a snow emergency is declared by the Mayor, (3 inches or more or ice conditions), it is mandatory that all vehicles be moved off the street. (City Ordinance 74.01) Failure to do so may result in a citation and the vehicle being towed. Tune to local radio or TV stations for snow emergency updates.
Do not plow snow from a commercial lot into the roadway.
For any of the following, please use the numbers above.
***Please note: No request for service will be processed without the petitioner’s name, address, and daytime telephone number.
The City of Crescent Springs contracts with the for all phases of building and zoning. If you need assistance with building or zoning or if you need to report a violation, please contact NKAPC at 859-331-8980 or you may look at the NKAPC homepage for other information about what they do and the services provided to our City. There is a comprehensive list of FAQ's that may be helpful in planning your project.
NKAPC can assist you with the following:
Our Park is located at 800 Buttermilk Pike Crescent Springs, Ky. It sits on approximately eleven acres at the intersection of Buttermilk and Collins next to the Kenton County Veterans Memorial. The park features a state of the art playground for ages two thru twelve as well as a six-station handicap useable playground. A 1 ½ mile walking trail composed of asphalt and chipped wood, a swinging bridge, full size basketball court, soccer field and two picnic shelters. Picnic tables and grills are situated throughout our park for your use.
Organized sports on the soccer field is by permit only.
We offer our small shelter for rent for your outdoor party and picnic needs. The shelter is available from April thru October. Rentals are booked on a first come-first served basis.
For more information or to book your rental please call Susan or Sue at the City Building: 859-341-3017.