From the Desk of Mayor Daniel L. Bell
Winter 2015
City of Taylor Mill
The City of Taylor Mill is looking forward to a fantastic 2015, but before we do so let us focus on a couple of significant things that occurred in our community during  2014.
First and foremost, we saw the opening of the Trifecta Building, which is home to Skyline Chili, Graeter's Ice Cream & Bakery Shop, and LaRosa's Pizzeria.  These three iconic brands were the first new businesses to locate within our newly envisioned commercial business district known as the Districts of Taylor Mill.  The year also saw completion of some major portions of the KY 16 Reconstruction Project, and the opening of the bridge that connects Phase 1 to Phase 2 of the roadway also known as Pride Parkway.  These changes all lead to the betterment of our community long term.  

The year 2015 brings the completion of Pride Parkway in its entirety and growth in our residential community base as Gerdes and Flesch Construction embark on the build out of an additional 60 lots within the High Ridge Subdivision.  We also have more new home sites available for purchase on Morning Glory Drive.

For the purpose of enhancing our Districts of Taylor Mill Business District we will be installing pedestrian lighting along a portion of Pride Parkway, moving forward with plans to develop a new gateway to our Community that helps more clearly create a sense of place and arrival, and installing some streetscape amenities such as benches, trash cans, and bicycle racks.  This area will continue to thrive and ultimately be a unique destination to live, work, and play.

Linking Pride Park to our business district, schools, and neighborhoods continues to be a focus for us in 2015.  This effort becomes a closer reality with the receipt of $350,000 in grant funding.  Pride Park is also experiencing some changes with the raising of a portion of land within the park approximately 40 feet to allow for the future construction of a new amphitheater and reflecting pond.  The earth work on this project is being completed in part via a partnership with Lawrence Construction who had surplus dirt from the reconstruction of Pride Parkway that they were able to compact and bench into a more useable site that will be handicap accessible when complete.  We currently are seeking corporate sponsorships or funding via private donations and/or grants for the future construction of the aforementioned amphitheater.

Repaving and reconstruction existing roadways in our community also remains to be at the top of our priority list.  Each year we utilize Municipal Road Aid Funds received from the Commonwealth of Kentucky, as well as, City allocated Capital Improvement Funds to address as many infrastructure issues as financially feasible.  Anyone who has roadway issues or pothole patch requests they would like to report can contact us directly at Your input in this matter is much appreciated!
Additionally, we have some great community recreation events planned for the remainder of the year.  We hope that each of you will join us to celebrate the coming together of family, friends, and neighbors within the Taylor Mill Community.
2015 is sure to continue to be an exciting year for the City of Taylor Mill.  All residents and business owners are encouraged to visit our website for more information at, and watch our monthly Commission Meetings on TBNK TW Cable Channel 16 on the 2nd Wednesday of each month at 7 pm.  Better yet, attend in person.  We'd love for you to come out and learn more about your local government.


Daniel L. Bell, Mayor
City of Taylor Mill
City of Taylor Mill
Snow Emergency Information

We are continually monitoring ongoing weather conditions that may negatively impact the City of Taylor Mill and the Northern Kentucky region overall.
As part of this process during colder winter weather months we may need to issue Snow Emergencies from time to time.
During a snow emergency "ON STREET" PARKING is PROHIBITED on ALL STREETS within the community. 
Unfortunately, vehicles parked on the street pose a hazard to ALL emergency vehicles and their operators.  They also delay the timely treatment of roadways impacted by snow and ice.  Your cooperation in this matter is appreciated and also required by law. 
Please plan ahead and make arrangements to park your vehicle(s) at an OFF STREET location for at least the 24 to 48 hours.  Vehicles that are not in compliance with the parking requirements of the snow emergency will be ticketed and/or towed.
We recommend that all residents know the risks associated with Severe Winter Weather and have in place winter weather emergency plans.  Check batteries in flashlights, radios and other devices.  Stock up on water and non-perishable food items.  If you have a generator, make sure it is working properly and that you are familiar with using it safely.  Be a good neighbor and offer assistance to elderly neighbors or other "at risk" individuals within your vicinity.


Thank you!
In This Issue
Volunteer Needed!

The City of Taylor Mill is currently seeking an individual interested in volunteering to serve as our appointment to the Telecommunications Board of Northern Kentucky.
An individual in this volunteer position would serve under the guidance of the Taylor Mill City Commission and the TBNK Executive Director for a period of two years as the City of Taylor Mill's Representative to a Board of Directors that acts as our agent in the interest of our community in all matters relating to cable and telecommunication services, such as public programming/access; and the administration of the local cable franchise in accordance with applicable federal, state, and local laws and regulations.
Generally, the board meets once a month.
Anyone interested in volunteering are ask to submit their resume and a cover letter expressing interest to CAO Jill Bailey at 5225 Taylor Mill Road, Taylor Mill, KY 41015 or via email to
Thank you in advance for your interest in serving the Taylor Mill  Community.

Upcoming Events
Tuesday, March 3rd   7:00 pm
Join our Recreation Department as we work on events plans for 2015.
Meeting will be held in the Commission Chambers and is open to public.
Tuesday, March 17th
All Day
Celebrate St. Patty's Day with your family and friends over a plate of green pasta at Skyline Chili.
Sunday, March 21st
1:00 pm
Join us for our Annual Easter Eggstravaganza at Pride Park.  More details TBA.
Monday, March 30th
6:30 pm
Free Weather Spotter Training Class at Park Place Community Center.  Register by calling 859.581.3234.  
Space is limited.    

Kenton County
Snow Emergency Information

In addition to the City of Taylor Mill issuing a Snow Emergency - at times Kenton County's Department of Homeland Security & Emergency Management will also issue a Snow Emergency for the entire county. 
To learn more about what a Level 1, Level 2, or Level 3 Snow Emergency Means and how it may impact you personally please click here