Kenton County Reviews
Rating 3.92 out of 5 12 reviews
I love the atmosphere of this county. Recently moved here a few months ago. I live in a neighborhood of condominiums. There is a diverse age of individuals that can be seen around this county. It is very quiet and traffic is usually never an issue. The people here are nice and friendly. Moving to Kenton County was one of the best decisions I have made. It is a close commute to down town Cincinnati Ohio. There is construction on both ways in or out of Kentucky on the major highways. This can lead to some traffic delays, but this is usually never over thirty to 40 minutes unless there are multiple accidents. I haven't met a stranger that hasn't been welcoming. There is a lot going on here. There is a multitude of restaurants, gas stations, grocery stores, and a few other stores that are just minutes away. Covid-19 has impacted the availability and hours of many facilities here. However, the places that remain open are taking outstanding precautions to keep members of the community safe.
When i was in fourth grade I had moved schools from Beechwood in Ft.Mitchell to Beechgrove . At first this was very scary but the teachers and my class mates were very welcoming and helped me and showed me where I needed to go. One thing over that has stood out the past eight years of living in this school district is that I have always felt safe and comfortable in class. The teachers i also had were very nice and informative. They were also willing to help no matter the situation, whether it as needing someone to talk to for advice or help on homework they were always open arms. Especially over this Covid-19 crisis, I have seen many teachers reach out to their students and make sure they had what they needed to complete their work or make sure they do not go hungry. I have a lot of appreciation for Kenton county and their teachers and staff for helping me and many of other students make it throughout our schools career.
Throughout my, almost, 17 years of life, I’ve lived in many parts of Kenton County, Kentucky. I first grew up in Independence, close to Erlanger; then Independence again, closer to Florence; and now I currently live in Villa Hills. Even though they’re all different parts, I’ve honestly enjoyed all the schools, restaurants, and everything else that’s special and unique to the area. Although I plan to go to Western Kentucky University, I will definitely come back to the area whenever I can to not only visit family and friends, but make more memories that the county has made for me growing up.
Kenton County is a beautiful part of Northern Kentucky. It is close to Cincinnati, has bus lines, and easy to find street signs. It has many dog parks and beautiful vistas of the Cincinnati skyline.
Kenton county is close knit in the neighborhood that is around. When tragedy struck in 2012 the community came together as one and helped each other.
Our community is very involved in improvement and support. No one is left out in the cold here.
we have absolutely no problems with crime in my area
This area is one of the friendliest, safest areas one will ever encounter. I would have no problem walking through this area alone and unarmed at night. Everyone waves at you and says hi. This is a great place.
There is two bar in Ryland Heights. To go anywhere you would have to drive 10 to 20 min to get choices.
Certain jobs are available. But jobs where I live are very hard to find. Some places you have to have leverage to even be looked at for the job.