Kentucky - Area Code 859

Where is Area Code 859?

Area code (859) is in the state of Kentucky

The Covington-Florence area is located on the southwest border of central Kentucky and southern Ohio. Its cities and suburbs serve as the "de facto" southern side communities of Cincinnati, Ohio, and the surrounding towns and cities serve as its primary economic center. There are approximately five million people who live in the Covington-Florence metropolitan area, and it is home to one of the largest and most vibrant suburbs in central Kentucky. This is due to the presence of many major corporations such as Carrier Corporation, AT&T, Wal-Mart, McDonald's, KFC, and Kentucky Fried Chicken. There are also a number of small businesses operating out of Covington-Florence's industrial zones.


A large proportion of Covington's economy is driven by industries such as manufacturing, health care, tourism, food processing, petroleum refineries, coal mining, petroleum, construction, water, and electrical service. The Covington Chamber of Commerce promotes local businesses. The Covington Community College is one of the largest colleges in Kentucky with over five hundred thousand students enrolled annually. The University of Kentucky has one of the nation's largest academic portfolios as well as the world's highest-ranking agricultural research station. The University of Kentucky serves as a gateway to the country's major urban centers and is one of the leading research institutions in the world.

The capital city of Florence, Kentucky, has been the seat of government for more than forty years. It is home to the Kentucky State House, the state capital, and the General Assembly. Florence hosts the annual Bluegrass Festival as well as other local festivals and events. Florence is also home to many historic landmarks and museums.

Florence is home to many colleges and universities. The University of Kentucky serves as one of the most sought after colleges in central Kentucky and is the largest university in Kentucky. The University of Kentucky is a nationally recognized university. The University of Kentucky's Covington campus is one of the youngest in America. In addition, the University of Kentucky Lexington Campus is among the fastest growing campuses in Kentucky and has the highest enrollment rate among all Kentucky community colleges. There are also several colleges and universities that serve as satellite campuses for the University of Kentucky campuses.

Covington, Kentucky, has a population of eight thousand and eleven hundred individuals, including nearly two thousand permanent residents. It is a metropolitan city. Covington, Kentucky, has about twenty-two percent of its total population living in a city.

Covington, Kentucky, was established in 1849 and is located on the banks of the Scioto River in Franklin County, in southwestern Kentucky. The city of Covington is located within the City and County of Frankfort in Franklin County in Kentucky. The city of Covington was originally called Florence but was changed later to Florence, Kentucky. Florence, Kentucky is one of the oldest cities in Kentucky. Florence, Kentucky is a historic town located in Jefferson County and is one of the oldest cities in the State of Kentucky. The city of Florence is an important historic destination for both historic attractions, historical and cultural significance.