Council District 10, Dave Sevigny

Sevigny 2023

Dave Sevigny (suh-VIG-nee) moved to Lexington in 1985 with a degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Buffalo to start a career at IBM. There he met his wife Paula, and they raised their two now adult children – Lauren and Andrew – in southwest Lexington. In 1996, in the basement of their home, he launched a small IT company which is still a strong, independently owned regional technology player. A lifelong learner, Dave achieved his MBA at Duke University (but does bleed KY blue!) in 2002. His company was awarded Commerce Lexington’s Small Business of the year in 2010, and he was awarded the KY SBA Small Businessperson of the Year in 2011. He retired a few years ago to follow his passion for community and small business stewardship. 

Dave has done a wide variety of non-profit and board work over his career:

  • Commerce Lexington, executive board and chair or vice chair of multiple program areas.
  • With his church frequently leading its governing board or vestry and with Episcopal Diocese of Lexington as Treasurer and VP of the board.
  • Jr. Achievement as a donor, teacher and board member and with CASA-helping a 12-year-old boy navigate the foster/adoption process and his children’s school site-based council at James Lane Allen Elementary.
  • Serving on board in the neighborhoods in which he's lived; and
  • With the environment as a chief steward navigating multi five years.

District 10 map

About District 10

Geographically, the 10th District runs from S. Broadway, changing into Harrodsburg Road until it reaches Man O' War Blvd. Inside New Circle Road, it extends between Versailles Road and Nicholasville Road. Outside of New Circle Road, it extends between Blenheim and Beaumont Centre Lane. It includes Pasadena Dr., a portion of Alexandria Dr., Clays Mill Road, Rosemont Garden and Southland Dr.

Active neighborhood associations in the district include:

*If you have had any changes with your association, i.e., primary or secondary contacts, phone numbers, emails, websites, etc., contact Kenna Johnson with Planning at (859) 258-3160 or by email.

Public parks in the district include: 

  • Beaumont Park – 2034 Williamsburg Dr.
  • Beaumont Preserve – 2020 Allegheny Way
    • 0.9 mi walking trail spur off Cardinal Run Park Trail; Access behind Rosa Parks Elementary School; naturalized area

  • Burley Park – 301 Burley Ave.
  • Cardinal Run Park South – 2000 Parkers Mill Road
  • Cross Keys Park – 1240 Cross Keys Road
    • 0.3 mi gravel path off Cross Keys Road

  • Garden Springs Park – 2005 Dogwood Dr.
    • 0.5 mi walking trail off Garden Springs Dr.

  • Harrods Hill Park – 3308 Ridgecane Road
    • 0.5 mi walking trail off Ridgecane Road

  • Hill-n-dale Park – 2351 Maplewood Dr.
  • Moondance – 1152 Monarch St.
  • Southland Park – 625 Hill n Dale Road


Schools in the district include: