Park Hills, Kentucky

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Park Hills is a city in Kenton County, Kentucky, United States. The population was 2,977 at the 2000 census.



Park Hills is a class IV city. The city has a mayor that is elected every four (4) years, the current Mayor is Michael J. Hellman. The city has a six (6) member City Council that is elected every two (2) years. Current City Council Members are:

Park Hills is represented in the Kentucky General Assembly by Senator Jack Westwood (R) in the Senate and by Representative Arnold Simpson (D) and Representative Alecia Webb-Edgington (R) in the House of Representatives.

Park Hills is located in Kentucky's 4th Congressional District, currently represented in the 111th United States Congress by Geoff Davis (R).


Park Hills is located at 39°4′13″N 84°31′51″W / 39.07028°N 84.53083°W / 39.07028; -84.53083 (39.070261, -84.530854)[1].

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