The Adminstration Building is located at 5694 East Alexandria Pike
Congratulations to Cold Spring Police Chief, Brian Messer
Please join us in welcoming Brian Messer as the City of Cold Spring’s newly appointed Police Chief. He is promoted to the
rank of Colonel and assumes the position of Chief on June 1st. Brian has an exceptional background with the Cold Spring Police Department for
the last sixteen years. He was promoted to Sergeant in 2007. In addition to his SWAT and Major Accident Response experience,
he is the department’s firearms instructor and a Field Training officer for the City’s police recruits.
During his tenure at Cold Spring, Chief Messer completed Kentucky Department of Justice coursework and graduated from Northern Kentucky University
with a degree in Organizational Leadership.
Please Report Illicit Discharges
If you see an illicit discharge please call the stormwater hotline at 859.441.6863 to report the illicit discharge or any type of water pollution in
our creeks and streams, or if you see pollution in the city stormwater system infrastructure such as in the catch basins and inlets. In case of emergencies,
Click here to learn more about illicit discharges.
Leave Grass Clippings on Your Lawn
With all of the heavy rain we are experiencing this summer, most of us have had to mow our lawns much more frequent.
These heavy rains have contributed to additional grass clippings that are ending up in the City storm water system. Grass clippings that are
blown into the street eventually enter the street storm drains and inlets.
When mowing your lawn, make certain that you do not blow grass clippings into the street. When mowing, make the first few passes with the lawnmower
blowing the grass clippings into the lawn not directly into the street. If there are grass clippings on the street or sidewalk, use a broom or leaf
blower to blow them back into the lawn. Do not use a hose to wash them into the street or storm drains. Keeping your leaves and lawn clippings out of
the streets and gutters will have significant benefits for our local rivers, lakes, streams or creeks. You can do your part to reduce the amount of
phosphorus entering our local rivers, lakes, streams or creeks by following these water quality tips and encouraging your neighbors to do the same.
Keep your grass clippings on the lawn and not in the street or gutter. Remember, when you leave your grass clippings on the lawn, you add free fertilizer
to your lawn. According to the U.S. EPA, leaving your grass clippings on the lawn doesn’t cause thatch buildup. Grass clippings are about 90 percent water,
so they decompose very quickly. Leaving your grass clippings on the lawn can reduce your lawn’s annual fertilizer needs, reduce your fertilizer costs and
reduce water pollution.
Cold Spring 75th Anniversary
The year 2016 marks a milestone in the City of Cold Spring's history. We will be celebrating our 75th Anniversary, and we are asking for
citizen's input. If you have any photographs or if you have any stories or memorabilia regarding our city, we would appreciate your help. Please email
email@example.com, or contact our City Clerk, Rita Seger at 859-441-9604. We would appreciate your help and input.
Mile Monday Markers are down in neighborhoods - As part of the Mile Monday Program where people are encouraged to walk a mile on Monday's; markers have been put down in many neighborhoods within the city. These mark a measured mile, you can start wherever you like but by following the laid out path, when you return to your starting point you have walked a mile.