Public Notice Archive



The following letter with a corrected tax bill should be sent to every resident beginning October 6, 2020. We apologize for any inconvenience. Thank you.

October 5, 2020

Dear City of Bromley Taxpayer:

Due to an error in communication of the City of Bromley tax rate, replacement bills for 2020 needed to be produced for our tax district.

The original cardboard tax bill you might have received is now being replaced with the enclosed paper bill ending in “E”.

Thank you,

Michael Denham, Mayor






TransMontaigne located at 700 River Rd just 1.1 mile outside the city limits of Bromley has filed a conditional use permit application to store styrene and has asked for future permission to store any flammable or explosives materials.   A public hearing will be held by the Villa Hills Board of Adjustment on July 7th.  The Mayor is opposed to this application due to the hazards it poses and the close proximity to our City.   Please email the city clerk at with your comments for or against this application.  Please include Styrene in the subject line and include your name and address,  we must do all we can to stop this application.  Please share.
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The Ludlow Fire Department will begin testing the fire hydrants in the area beginning today and will run through July 31st.   The testing will be done between the hours of 9:00 am and 3:00 pm.  Before doing any laundry please check your water to make sure it is not rusty.


                              Public Notice

The Bromley City Council meeting will air LIVE Wednesday 

April 15, 2020 at 6:00 p.m. on the following cable channels: 

TBNK's Government Channel1,Spectrum 203,Cincinnati Bell Fioptics 815

It will STREAM LIVE on the web at TBNKtoGO 1 

Bromley Council's archives at TBNK's Video-On-Demand are located at:

 The public is welcome to participate in the meeting during 

comment segments of the meeting by emailing their questions 

  or comments to at times 

 designated by the Mayor at the meeting. All emails MUST 

contain your name and address. The Mayor has the right to 

refuse all emails without names and addresses. The Mayor, as 

always, has the ability to limit responses and questions at his 

discretion to assure order and relevance during the meeting.



FRIDAY-MAY 1, 2020 (7 P.M.-8 P.M.)














The City offices will be closed until Tuesday, April 7th. The hall will not be rented during this period. If you have city matters that need to be addressed during this period please leave a message at 859-261-2498. Leave your name and phone number and someone will get back to you.


The Governor and the Kentucky Department for Public Health have issued new community guidance for social distancing in the Commonwealth of Kentucky, which can be found at

Current recommendations for social distancing in Kentucky as of March 8, 2020 include:

1) If you are 60 years old or older and/or have diabetes, heart disease, lung disease, kidney failure or other chronic major medical conditions, we recommend you avoid densely populated community events and consult this guidance: .

2) We are advising nursing homes and other long-term care facilities to restrict visitors to their facilities and that they consult this guidance: 

3) We recommend people actively plan for telework options appropriate for their situation and support all workers/students to stay at home if they are ill. 

4) Only go to the emergency department for an illness that would have taken you to the hospital BEFORE the COVID-19 outbreak. If you have runny nose, cough, fever or other common respiratory infection symptoms, take Tylenol- or Motrin-like products and stay home from work or school until you are fever-free. If you think you need medical care, please contact your healthcare provider for their instruction OR visit an emergency department if you believe you have an emergency. 

Social distancing measures are actions taken by public health officials to restrict when and where people can gather in order to stop or slow down the spread of communicable diseases in the community. The guidance above represents the initial recommendations, which will continue to change as circumstances warrant.

These social distancing measures are being implemented in addition to the existing measures to promote personal hygiene habits as well as individual quarantine and isolation measures and testing.

NKY Health is posting this guidance to our website and social media and will be sending it out to community partners. 

Please share this information on your website, post to social media, and distribute to the general public. If residents have questions or concerns, the state has set up a COVID HOTLINE for the public: 1-800-722-5725.

Lynne Saddler, MD, MPH
District Director of Health
Northern Kentucky Health Department
8001 Veterans Memorial Drive, Florence, KY 41042
Office: 859-341-4264 ext. 2000


With the first case of COVID-19 in Kentucky announced yesterday, it is important for residents and visitors to take steps to protect themselves and their families. We have updated our "Plan Now" document on our website for people to learn how to prepare now before cases occur in Northern Kentucky. This document can be found here:

In addition, the Kentucky COVID Hotline has been established for anyone in Kentucky to call and ask questions. The COVID Hotline number is 1-800-722-5725.

Please continue to help us reach people by updating your website and social media posts with the new link and the hotline phone number.

Thank you very much.

Lynne Saddler, MD, MPH
District Director of Health
Northern Kentucky Health Department
8001 Veterans Memorial Drive, Florence, KY 41042
Office: 859-341-4264 ext. 2000


You may have heard on the news this evening that the city of Lexington now has a case of COVID-19. At this time, Governor Beshear has declared a state of emergency. The Northern Kentucky Health Department is continuing to prepare its response should cases start occurring in Northern Kentucky. 

Over the past several weeks, we have been working to ready the department, our community partners and the general public on this rapidly evolving situation.  

Our preparedness efforts include:
Monitoring the progression of cases globally and nationally, as well as the evolving information about COVID-19 through regular and frequent interactions with the Ky. Department for Public Health and the CDC. 
Advising the public on precautions to take to prevent the spread of disease, as well as plans to begin making in the event of community spread of COVID-19.
Ensuring that updated guidance materials are provided to the general public, schools, medical providers, first responders, businesses, daycares, elected officials and many others, as well as communicating with partners to address questions and work through response processes. 
Continuously updating our response plans and website so that the general public and our partners have current information.   
We have now fully activated the Health Department's emergency operations plan. We have established our public health Incident Command Structure (ICS) and its associated activities that will allow our agency to best respond to COVID-19 moving forward. Although a number of our staff have been devoted to COVID-19 response efforts, our program operations will be adjusted as needed to allocate additional time and resources.   

At this time, I would ask that you continue to stay up to date on the situation by visiting and Also follow us on Facebook and Twitter (@nkyhealth).

In addition, please help us in urging residents to take steps to protect themselves and their families. Steps can be found at  

Thank you for your attention to this matter.
Lynne Saddler, MD, MPH
District Director of Health
Northern Kentucky Health Department
8001 Veterans Memorial Drive, Florence, KY 41042
Office: 859-341-4264 ext. 2000 

Public Notice: Cirtywide Yard Sale and Large Trash Pickup date

COVID-19 Notice

Dear Mayors and Judges Executive of Northern Kentucky,

The Northern Kentucky Health Department is continuing its efforts to prepare for the likelihood of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) coming to our region. At this time, there are no cases in Kentucky; however, this is a rapidly evolving situation in the U. S. The latest update from the CDC can be found here:

We have provided guidance and updates to various sectors of our communities including the general public, schools, daycares, universities, businesses, law enforcement, emergency management agencies, emergency medical agencies, health care providers, and social service agencies. We will be doing the same for jails and the faith community this week. We also continue to communicate and plan with our partners to ensure that sufficient procedures are in place to work together in a response. Additionally, as you can imagine, we have been fielding a number of questions from the media and the general public.

COVID-19 is something that we should take seriously and for which we all need to prepare. To that end, I am asking you to make available to the public our "HOW TO PREPARE" flyer, available at This flyer tells the general public what actions they should take at this time to plan ahead, should COVID-19 come to Northern Kentucky.

Please print copies to have available for the public at your facilities, post a link on your website to the flyer, and promote this flyer through your social media accounts.  

Thank you for helping us get the word out to residents.

Lynne Saddler, MD, MPH
District Director of Health
Northern Kentucky Health Department
8001 Veterans Memorial Drive, Florence, KY 41042
Office: 859-341-4264 ext. 2000


The Bromley, Kentucky Mayor and Council members will be attending a Grant Distribution Ceremony on Monday February 3, 2020 at 10:00 a.m.

Land Water Conservation Fund

LAND AND WATER CONSERVATION FUND 2019 Grant Application Under the Land and Water Conservation Fund Act of 1965 (Public Law 88-578), citizens are afforded the opportunity to express their views concerning the recreational needs of their community. To provide a forum for discussion, an open meeting is being held on:


SPONSORED BY: Bromley Mayor and Bromley City Council Members

The specific purpose of this special Council meeting is to discuss: Matters pertaining to the grant application for the Bromley park. No other matters are to be discussed at this special meeting. Anyone with a significant supporting or opposing view is invited to voice that opinion at this meeting or in writing to: Land and Water Conservation Fund Program; Governor's office; Department for Local Government; 1024 Capital·Center Drive; Suite 340; Frankfort, Kentucky 40601 within two (2) weeks of the date of the meeting.

Code Enforcement Notice

Effective July 1, 2018 all complaints related to blight or code issues will be handled by PDS ( Planning and Development Services of Kenton County). All complaints MUST be submitted through the city using the Department of Code Enforcement Violation Form. Complaints can also be dropped in the mailbox at the city building.

PDS will also handle the issuance of building permits including HVAC permits. Besides enforcing code and blight complaints PDS will also enforce our local zoning ordinances, the Kentucky Building Code, National Electric Code and the International Property Maintenance Codes.

The building permits as well as the fee schedules can be found at

Please share this info with anyone who does not have internet access.

A Message from Steve Hensley Director of Homeland Security/Emergency Management:

Attached below is some information that may be helpful to you and your residents, as we address the recent flooding issues throughout our communities. For those of you that haven’t declared a State of emergency, I would suggest that you do so that just in case we are successful in meeting our threshold for FEMA purposes. The public assistance whitepaper attached below will explain the Public assistance process in more detail. In order for us to receive FEMA assistance we need to meet our threshold ,which is calculated at approximately 600.000 dollars of Uninsured Loss ( Per-capita X 368.00).

Individuals and Households Assistance Program

The Public Assistance Program - White Paper

The Flood Claim Process



The Mayor of Bromley, the Bromley Fire Department and Emergency Management is closely monitoring the rising flood waters. In the event that evacuations become necessary the City will be utilizing the city building for a shelter. The Mayor has secured cots and blanket from the Red Cross.  

Earlier today the Mayor released the following:

I, Mike Denham, Mayor of the City of Bromley, on 2/23/2018 declaring a state of emergency should the conditions worsen with the river flooding requiring immediate action.

Mayor Mike Denham

Please contact the Mayor or the Fire Chief with concerns.

Q: Why has SD1 implemented a regional storm water management program.

A: SD1, at the direction of local leaders and with the help of citizen focus groups, developed a Regional Storm Water Management Program to comply with U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (U.S. EPA) storm water regulations, operate and maintain the public storm sewer systems and protect our waterways from polluted storm water runoff.

News Release - December 2017
City of Bromley, Kentucky Receives Liability Grant for Sidewalk Replacement

“We use every opportunity to make our city safer,” said Mayor Mike Denham, referring to the $750.00 grant that the City of Bromley, Kentucky was recently awarded by the Kentucky League of Cities Insurance Services (KLCIS).

The grant will be used for sidewalk replacement.

Mayor Denham said that, in these uncertain times, grants such as this one are a practical way to make our budget go further, as well as provide avenues that will enhance public safety.

KLCIS helps members increase public safety with a number of proactive programs and services.

Kentucky League of Cities Insurance Services has awarded an excess of $4 million since the Liability Grant Program started in 1999. The awarded funds will go toward vehicle back-up cameras, defensive driver training, police accreditation fees, crumb rubber, engineered wood fiber or pea gravel for playground cushioning materials, new playground equipment to replace old equipment, sidewalk replacement and sewer backup prevention.

“Our philosophy is to prevent injuries and claims from happening,” says Jon Steiner, executive director/CEO. “We want to partner with our members, and this liability grant promotes good risk management. There is no better way to invest our member’s money.”

KLCIS provides liability grants to its members annually. As Kentucky’s largest municipal insurance program, KLCIS provides a full range of affordable liability, property, workers’ compensation and other products to municipalities. In addition, the Kentucky League of Cities offers employee benefits programs, financial services, training and education, policy and development, legislative advocacy, information technology and legal services.