The Division of Engineering oversees the design and construction of capital infrastructure projects, ensures new development is compliant with the community’s standards, and manages permitting within the public right-of-way.
PLEASE NOTE: In response to COVID-19 and the CDC’s recommendations, until further we will no longer accept in-person payments effective Monday, March 23, 2020. Land Disturbance Permit payments can be done by credit card online. Checks and money orders can be mailed to the address below. Checks, money orders, and cash payments can be deposited at the LexServ drop box in front of 200 East Main St. Payments deposited in the LexServ dropbox need to include the purpose of the payment and applicant contact information. No permits will be issued until payment has been received.
Division of Engineering
101 E. Vine St.
Lexington, KY 40507
Paint markings on the street could be local utility companies marking their service lines. Below are the standard paint colors used by each utility.
The City of Lexington and two of its engineering consultants have been awarded top honors by the American Council of Engineering Companies/Kentucky.
Virtual Truck-a-Palooza event provides an up-close look at City vehicles.
The section that stretches from Waco Road to Harrodsburg Road, approximately 4 miles.