Dashboard

Row

Recycling Participation

60%

Recycling Tonnage

768

Pothole Repairs

63

Cleanups

108

Waste Receptacle Issues

63

Code Enf. Violations

1.45K

Row

Recycling Participation %

Recycling Tonnage

Pothole Repairs

Row

Cleanups

Waste Receptacle Issues

Code Enforcement Violations

Description

Column


Recycling Participation—Recycling is the recovery of useful materials, such as paper, glass, plastic, and metals from the trash to make new products, reducing the amount of natural materials needed. This dataset includes data on the number of recycling and non-recycling accounts

Recycling Tonnage—Recycling tonnage is the recovery of useful municipal solid waste materials–consisting of everyday items we use and throw away, such as paper, glass, plastic, and metals. These items are diverted from the landfill, processed, and converted into new materials and objects.

Potholes Repaired—The number of work orders completed for potholes repairs.

Cleanups—These refer to general litter cleanups on streets and City-owned parks and special cleanups focused on maintaining the beauty of Covington streets and neighborhoods.

Waste Receptacle Issues—These refer to missed service, overflowing status, maintenance requirements, and pedestrian usage issues for public waste receptacles

Code Enforcement Violations—Covington’s Code Enforcement Department ensures that the living and working environment within Covington is healthy and safe by enforcing the City’s Property Maintenance, Nuisance, and Zoning Codes, which govern the proper maintenance and zoning of residential and commercial properties. The Code Enforcement Department conducts periodic inspections of existing residential rental properties and commercial structures in an effort to ensure proper property management, which leads to the elimination of blight and the stabilization of neighborhoods.

Fiscal Year Quarters

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  • Q2: October - December
  • Q3: January - March
  • Q4: April - June

Last Update: 2022-11-14