Geographic Information Services
Geographic Information Services' (GIS) goal is to provide a comprehensive, online geographic information database. GIS uses the city's geographic data to produce maps.
Lexington's Data Hub
Collection of LFUCG Maps, Applications, and Data. Includes Zoning, Parks, Address Points, Neighborhood Associations, and other popular information.
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Data sales and licensing
Lexington has launched Phase 1 of our Open Data Initiative. Over 80 GIS layers are available at no cost and are accessible via our Open Data Portal. If the data layer you are seeking is not listed, please contact the GIS Office for fee and/or licensing information.
AgencyCounter is the one-stop resource to help you find information on development activity in the City of Lexington.
With AgencyCounter, users can explore the map to view planning applications and building permits processed by the city. Users can use the bell icon to set up notifications for certain areas of the city.
The City's website has a brand new way to search for parks, park shelters, and activities. Parks & Recreation worked with GIS to create a searchable map of all the city's parks. There are several filters and features that will now make it easy for any citizen to find the parks information they need.