Paul Meier has been Mayor of the City of Crestview Hills, Kentucky for 20 years. Prior to being elected to mayor, Paul served on City Council for 7 years.
Currently, Paul is the Chairman of the Kenton County Mayors Group and is a Commissioner on the Northern Kentucky Area Planning Commission. He also serves on the Board of Directors for the Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce and the Board of the Northern Kentucky Area Development District and is a member on the Executive Board of the Kentucky League of Cities.
Paul works for Cincinnati Bell Telephone where he is a Network Designer with over 40 years of service. Additionally, Paul volunteers for Redwood Rehabilitation Center in Ft. Mitchell where he is chairman of the Technology Committee, serves on the Stewardship Council and is an Overseer. He and his wife, Julia, have 3 children and 4 grandchildren and have resided in the Lookout Farms Subdivision for the past 38 years.
The election for the office of Mayor is held every four years with the election taking place in an even numbered year. The most recent mayoral election was held in November 2018. The current term runs from January 1, 2019 to December 31, 2022.