Corridors Commission

Legislation

Bylaws

It shall be the purpose of the Corridors Commission to assess the major roads of Lexington-Fayette County, especially the major and minor arterials, regarding but not limited to aesthetic qualities, viewsheds, landscaping, fencing, signage, litter control, bike and pedestrian considerations and other elements the Commission may deem appropriate.

Eligible corridors

Corridor map

Corridors map with parcel ID's

Corridors map

Corridors Neighborhood Enhancement Match Grant Program

The program aims to partner with neighborhoods and other community-based groups to enhance the corridors that connect Lexington communities and increase awareness of corridor enhancements. 

Applications should include activities open to the public and benefit the whole corridor. There are 31 eligible corridors. The program begins accepting applications on Sept. 1. The grant cycle is closed for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2024. 

Grant program details

Additional program materials

Corridors Commission projects and awards

Lexington in Bloom

The Corridors Commission was the recipient of the 2018 Lexington in Bloom awards. 

Meeting schedule and location

Schedule: Every third Thursday of the month except June, July, November, and December
Time: Noon
Location: 5th floor conference room of the Government Center, 200 E. Main St. 

2024 meetings

Jan. 24 *moved due to a scheduling conflict
Feb. 22 *moved due to a scheduling conflict
March 21
April 18
May 16
June – No meeting
July – No meeting
Aug. 15
Sept. 19
Oct. 17
Nov. – No meeting
Dec. – No meeting

Meeting materials

Elected officers

Chair – Councilmember James Brown
Vice Chair – Councilmember Whitney Baxter
Treasurer – Jennifer Carey
Secretary – Hilary Angelucci 

Contact