Skip navigation
All Places >

NKYmapLAB

Log in to follow, share, and participate in this socialgroup.

Recent Activity

lrhill
Great Places – August 2016 – LINK-GIS APA “Great Places” – The Historic Licking Riverside Neighborhood The American Planning Association (APA) sponsors National Community Planning Month each October.  As part of the celebration, the organization and its 40,000 members recognize outstanding people, planning work, and places that represent…
in NKYmapLAB
lrhill
Pendleton County KY Street Index Map (2016)   This is the 2016 edition of the Pendleton County Kentucky street index map. It shows roads, highways, railroads, parks, hydrology features, and selected points-of-interest for Pendleton County.  This map is available online at the LINK-GIS website, free of charge for digital download.  Visit us…
in NKYmapLAB
lrhill
Accela/ROW Management In 2010 the LINK-GIS partnership started using a collaborative software package called Accela.  This Software As A Service (SaaS) implementation is accessed online, and is designed to encourage cooperation between cities, counties, and agencies when working in the community’s shared Right-of-Way (streets, utilities, and…
in NKYmapLAB
lrhill
Farmer’s Markets of NKY   In partnership with the Northern Kentucky Health Department, this project explores the Farmer’s Markets of Northern Kentucky, along with the vendors participating at each market (as available).   According to the University of Kentucky Cooperative Extension, the trend to visit farmers markets is on the rise.  It seems…
in NKYmapLAB
lrhill
Morning View Heritage Area  In 2010, the Kenton County Conservation District was awarded a grant from the Kentucky Heritage Land Conservation Fund Board (KHLCFB) to purchase 204 acres of land in southern Kenton County near Morning View.  The KHLCFB is funded in part through sales of Kentucky’s “Nature” license plate series.  Land is acquired only…
in NKYmapLAB
lrhill
Piner Tornado (2012)On March 2, 2012 the Kenton County communities of Piner, Fiskburg, and Morning View were hit hard by one of the worst tornado outbreaks in Kentucky history.  These small, unincorporated towns were left with significant damage that would take years to rebuild.  Originally classified as an EF-3 tornado (winds of 136-165 mph), the…
in NKYmapLAB