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, landscaping, fencing, signage, litter control, bike and pedestrian considerations and other elements the Commission may deem appropriate.
Corridors Neighborhood Enhancement Match Grant Program
The program's objective is to partner with neighborhoods and other community-based groups to enhance the corridors leading into and out of Lexington and to increase awareness of corridor enhancements.
The first FY 2019 grant period will open August 1 and close September 29 at 5 p.m. Grant period one is now closed.
The second FY 2019 grant period will open January 4 and close March 1 at 5 p.m.
A total of $20,000 is available.
Public Art Program
Corridors Commission Public Art Program
Adding public art as a component of the ongoing aesthetic enhancements being executed by the Corridors Commission brings an enriched visual component to Lexington's corridors.
The Corridors Commission allocates 10 percent of their annual New Projects budget to public art projects on Lexington's corridors.
Interested applicants must submit a completed project application to firstname.lastname@example.org. Incomplete applications will not be accepted.
Corridors Commission Public Art Sub-Committee Meeting Packets
America in Bloom Report:
Corridors Commission Meeting Schedule and Packets
2018 Meeting Schedule
The Corridors Commission meets the third Thursday of each month at 11 a.m. in the 5th-floor conference room of the Government Center located at 200 E. Main Street. There are no meetings in July or December.
The September meeting will be held at the VisitLEX Administrative Office located at 215 West Main Street in the Historic Lexington Courthouse.
The November meeting will be held at Ashland, the Henry Clay Estate located at 120 Sycamore Road.
Meeting packets are available here.
Corridors Commission Projects and Awards
Lexington in Bloom
The Corridors Commission was the recipient of 2018 Lexington in Bloom awards. View the report here.