Because of the ongoing COVID-19 health crisis, the Urban County Government has temporarily ceased most operations. For the foreseeable future, we will not be able to meet in the office, meet virtually, respond to social media, take phone calls, or respond to emails.
We apologize for the disruption in service and hope for good health for you and your family.
At this time, all Planning-related hearings and meetings through April 17 have been canceled or postponed. You may still submit and view applications through Accela (lexingtonky.gov/plans) and review information on the Planning Websites imagineLexington.com and lexingtonky.gov/departments/planning.
We are not accepting in-person applications and payments. Payments, including filing fees for applications and filings that are not processed through Accela can be mailed to the Division of Planning at our Government Center Address:
Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government
Division of Planning
200 E. Main St.
Lexington, KY 40507
All application materials, including notification letters, can be delivered to the Security desk at the Government Center.
Applications will not be scheduled for review until payment is received and until the Government is fully operating again.
Find information here about current Board of Adjustment applications, minutes of past meetings and BOA members.
To view more information about Board of Adjustment applications currently under review:
- Visit the LFUCG Accela citizen portal (you are not required to create an account or log in to view applications)
- Select "search" at the top of the page
- Click "Planning Applications"
- Follow the detailed search information provided on the Planning application page
- Steps to filing a Board of Adjustment application
- Board of Adjustment by-laws
- 2020 official meeting & filing schedule
Board of Adjustment applications
Board of Adjustment agenda(s)
April 13, 2020 Board of Adjustment Hearing has been canceled.
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Past meeting minutes
View Board of Adjustment meeting minutes, which are stored in a Google drive, arranged by year. The files are open to the public and do not require creation of an account in order to view.