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
Seminar on SCAMs
Villa Hills Police along with the Kentucky Attorney Generals Office will be presenting a seminar on Scams and what to do about them. This will take place on November 9, 2016 at the Villa Madonna Academy High School Auditorium, starting at 7pm. Please come and get information to keep you safe.
Driver's License - Check your Expiration date
The State of Kentucky is no longer sending out reminder post cards for you to renew your driver's license. Please check yours and make sure it hasn't expired. It's a good habit to remind yourself, friends and families on their birthday to check the expiration date. In Kentucky your license typically expires a month after your birthday.
Haunted Trails - Saturday, October 29th from Dusk - 10 PM
Location: Villa Hills Civic Club
ASA Adopt-a-Unit 1/320th FAR Airborne (TOP GUNS) NEWS:
Our adopted soldiers from Fort Campbell have been deployed (again) to Iraq. They are expected to be gone until February 2017. We are now collecting snack items to send a "little bit of home" to our brave soldiers.
They have asked for items that are easy to carry in pockets - beef jerky, trail mix, snack crackers, hard candy, and flavor packets to add to bottled water. They are well stocked on basics like shampoo and deodorant, but eye drops and foot powder are much appreciated. Please bring your items to the Crescent Springs City Building by November 14th. We'd like to send these items before the Christmas rush.
Also, enclosing a personal note thanking our troops for their service and sacrifices would be most appreciated. Letters and artwork from children/students would be huge for our soldiers!!!!
When is the collection event and where will it take place?
This year’s Hazardous Waste Collection Event will be held on Saturday, Nov. 5 from 9 a.m. – 2 p.m. The event will take place at the UC Health Stadium, “Home of the Florence Freedom” located at 7950 Freedom Way in Florence, KY.
Click here to download a detailed event flyer.
What can you drop off at the event?
We will only accept the following items at the event:
We ask that attendees bring a completed copy of our registration form with them on the day of the event.
What is not accepted at the event?
We will NOT be accepting appliances, fertilizer, mercury containing devices, medications or tires. We also have the right to reject any item that you bring. Visit the “Resource Guide” on this website for proper disposal methods of these items.
Is there a cost for dropping off your hazardous items?
The event is FREE to the community.
How do I drop off my items?
You load your car, drive to the event and we’ll do the rest! We do our best to keep traffic flowing so we ask that all attendees remain in their vehicles. We have volunteers who will unload your car for you and sort the items appropriately.
Please note - this event attracts a lot of people! While we work as fast as we can to get people through the line, please anticipate a wait. Thanks in advance for your patience and we appreciate you taking the time to properly dispose of hazardous waste.
Do I need to bring anything other than my items?
To speed up the process, we ask that event attendees bring a completed copy of our registration form. Knowing what you have with you allows us to direct traffic and efficiently sort the items you are bringing.
APPLYING FOR HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION
Homeowners age 65 or older are eligible to apply for a Homestead Exemption.
Under the provisions of the Homestead Amendment, a person or persons must be 65 years of age or older or totally disabled during the year for which application is made, and must own, occupy and maintain a residential unit for such exemption.
A person or persons owning, living in and maintaining a residential unit must meet the 65 years of age requirement. If only one spouse is 65, the age requirement is met.
The Exemption amount for 2016 is $36,900. That amount is subtracted from the property assessment before taxes are calculated for the property.
For additional information, the application form and contact information for applying for the exemption with Kenton County Property Valuation, please click here to be re-directed to the Kenton PVA website.
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.
Asphalt Work throughout Villa Hills
Milling and asphalt overlays are being performed on all or parts of several streets (Sunglow, Palomino, Kingston, Antelope, Wesley, Timberline, Meadowview, Stevens, Linden Hill, and Cecelia). Parking and traffic patterns will be disrupted. Please plan your route accordingly.
Residents directly affected will be notified about parking restrictions through the use of no parking signs. The contractor will provide notice to affected residents as the project moves through the city. Please keep in mind that wet weather may delay work scheduled in your area.
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 plan is subject to 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.