The Westside is a diverse historic neighborhood bounded by Pike Street on the north, I-75 on the west, 15th street on the south, and Madison avenue on the east. Historically, Covington's Westside was primarily a working class neighborhood housing trades people and artisans. There are many fine examples of Victorian era row houses built to accommodate the influx of population as Covington grew. Today, newer infill housing and rehabilitation of handsome 19th century buildings are increasingly attracting young professionals as well as empty-nesters.

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Westside Action Coalition

Darci Guriel, President

Dave Carmack, VP


Meeting Time & Place:
2nd Wednesday monthly at 6:30pm
Hellman Creative Center
321 MLK Blvd / 12th Street

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Over the past several years, Westside has seen many exciting improvements including the addition of Braxton Brewery, Duveneck Square Apartments, the renovation of beautiful Linden Grove Cemetery and Arboretum, the Center for Great Neighborhoods Hellmann Building renovation, the Bavarian Brewery Building renovation, the addition of the Orchard Park Urban Farm Project, and such regular events as Shakespeare in the Cemetery, the Westside Spring Celebration and Running of the Goats, the Covington Garden Tour, the Annual Halloween Party in Orchard Park, and Cinema in the Cemetery