Villa Hills Slideshow
Welcome to Villa Hills
According to the 2010 census we have 7,489 residents and about 2,800 homes. Whether you are a long time resident, planning to buy a home here, or just making a visit, you will be a part of the number 1 suburb in Greater Cincinnati designated by Cincy Magazine in 2014. Villa Hills was also named the 7th best suburb in the USA the same year.
We have two excellent schools, River Ridge Elementary and Villa Madonna Academy grade school and high school. In addition we have Villa Madonna Montessori. We are proud to have the Sisters of St. Walburg Monastery and the Madonna Manor Complex which is home to a sizable retirement community.
The City operates under the Mayor/Council form of government and is a Home Rule class city under Kentucky Law.
Please do not hesitate to call us at the City Building at 859.341.1515 for any assistance.
Mayor Butch Callery
The City of Villa Hills will host a Safety Night on Wednesday August 3rd from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. at the Villa Madonna Sports Complex at 2500 Amsterdam Road. Visit with officers and firefights, get an up-close look at National Guard and air ambulance helicopters, police, and fire equipment. Kids can take part in a bike rodeo safety course. Food and refreshments will be provided.
The Speed Limit on Amsterdam between Collins Road and Highwater Road has been reduced from 35 miles per hour to 30 miles per hour. Please be aware of the new Speed Limit in the area.
Orchard Subdivision Side Street Work Begins
Construction on the Orchard Subdivision Side Streets (Damson, Winesap, Peartree and Macintosh) will begin after Tuesday July 5th, and is expected to take 30 days. Appleblossom will be heavily impacted by this project. Parking and Traffic Patterns will be disrupted. Please plan your route accordingly.
Residents directly affected will be notified when to be out of their driveways by the contractor. The contractor will provide notice to affected residents as the project moves in phases.
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the Public Works Director at 859-578-4136
Review the recently approved 10 year road plan!
Council recently accepted a 10 year road plan that includes using a combination of the recently passed road taxes, reserves, grants, and a $750,000 loan in order to catch-up on the most critical deferred maintenance issues with the city's roads. Please Note: the paln is subject ot change as road conditions change on an annual basis. The intention of this plan is to address the worse roads first and will be updated as needed.
Get a free recycling cart from Rumpke.
When requesting a new recycling cart, you can get a 96-gallon trash cart for a reduced rental of $1 per month (normally $3 per month).
Find out how your the City will spend tax dollars this coming fiscal year.
A note to residents about the Utility Service Partners warranty letter
Residents of Villa Hills will receive a letter from Utility Service Partners, signed by the Mayor, offering warranties for sewer and water line laterals. This is NOT a scam. Villa Hills has partnered with Utility Service Partners through the National League of Cities to have this program offered in our community. It is strictly voluntary. Residents are encouraged to contact their insurance agent to see if coverage already exists for your sewer and waterline laterals. Homeowners are responsible for the repair and maintenance of their laterals to the main. Residents who participate in an Home Owners Association (HOA) should check with their board to see if this issue falls to the HOA. The City of Villa Hills is not receiving any payment or commission for the issuance of any warranties. Several other communities in Northern Kentucky also offer this program.
Many residents have called asking if this letter is legitimate. It is. We thank our residents for their vigilance and for watching out for our community.