Division of Planning

Mission

Planning's mission is to provide a vision and strategy that will allow Lexington to grow and prosper while preserving, protecting, and enhancing existing neighborhoods, downtown and the rural Bluegrass cultural landscape.

If you have a question, comment or concern, please email Planning and we’ll get your issue addressed by the right person. 

Planning Commission and Board of Adjustment documents:

Board of Adjustment and Planning Commission

Board of Adjustment

View Board of Adjustment information, including:

Planning Commission

View Planning Commission information, including:

  • Current applications, via the LFUCG Accela Citizen Portal
  • Application locator map
  • Meeting agenda
  • Legal advertisement
  • Past meeting minutes
  • Planning Commission member list

Transportation Planning

For more information about transportation planning in Lexington-Fayette County, as well as the Lexington Area Metropolitan Planning Organization, please see: http://lexareampo.org/

Staff

Staff Title Phone
Baillie, Hal Planner – Planning Services – Development/Subdivision (859) 258-3184
Bolton, Jan Zoning Enforcement Officer (859) 258-3229
Brown, Pamela Zoning Enforcement Officer (859) 425-2037
Bullock, Denice Administrative Specialist – Planning Services (859) 258-3189
Conyers, Max Manager – Transportation Planning / Lexington Area MPO (859) 258-3167
Cunningham, Stephanie Administrative Specialist – Long Range Planning (859) 258-3260
David, Joey Planner Senior – Transportation Planning / Lexington Area MPO – Transit (859) 258-3178
Duncan, AICP, James Director (859) 258-3172
Emmons, Jimmy Planner Senior – Transportation Planning / Lexington Area MPO (859) 258-3165
Gallt, Cheryl Planner – Planning Services – New Development / Subdivision Plans (859) 425-2208
Gleason, Kenzie Administrative Officer – Transportation Planning / Lexington Area MPO (859) 258-3605
Hu, Sam Planner Senior – Transportation Planning / Lexington Area MPO – Congestion Management (859) 258-3053
Hume, Jim Zoning Enforcement Officer (859) 425-2282
Jarman, David Planner – Zoning Compliance (859) 258-3885
Jennings, Meghan Planning Technician (859) 258-3170
Kearns, Grover S. Planning Senior (859) 859-3180

Lewis, Donna

Staff Assistant Senior – Zoning Compliance 

(859) 258-3160

Martin, AICP, Tom Planner Senior – Planning Services – Development / Subdivision (859) 258-3182
Marx, Jim Manager – Zoning Compliance (859) 258-3186
McMullen, Tammye

Administrative Specialist – Zoning Compliance

(859) 258-3161
Midyett Goderwis, Autumn Planner Senior – Zoning Compliance – BOA (859) 258-3187
Rackers, Barbara Administrative Officer – Zoning Compliance (859) 258-3188
Sherwood, Parker Planner - Transportation Planning / Lexington Area MPO (859) 258-3168
Taylor, Christopher Administrative Officer – Long Range Planning (859) 258-3181
Thompson, Philip Scott Planner – Transportation Planning / Lexington Area MPO - Bicycle & Pedestrian (859) 258-3173
Tourkow, Aliza, AICP Planner Senior – Planning Services – Zoning (859) 258-3298
Wade, AICP, Traci Manager – Planning Services (859) 258-3183
Walker, Greg Zoning Enforcement Officer (859) 258-3248
Westlund, AICP, Janice Planner Senior – Long Range Planning – Comprehensive Planning (859) 258-3179
Whitaker, Pam Administrative Specialist Principal (859) 258-3164
Whittington, Brenda Administrative Specialist – Transportation Planning / Lexington Area MPO (859) 258-3162

Woodall, AICP, Chris

Manager – Long Range Planning

(859) 258-3231

Woods, Deborah Administrative Specialist – Planning Services (859) 258-3185
Wu, Christine Staff Assistant (859) 258-3243  
Yan, Keyu, LEED AP ND Planner Senior – Long Range Planning (859) 258-3267

News

Lexington Area MPO seeks public input for the 25 year transportation plan

Lexington's Area Metro Planning Organization is updating their 25 year transportation plan and is seeking public input. The survey will provide insight to the MPO on the public's transportation desires, concerns and priorities.

Lexington celebrates National Bike Month!

May is National Bike Month and Lexington is geared up to celebrate!  The city is offering several events for bike riders of all ages and skill levels to promote bicycling and the many health, environmental, economic and social benefits that result from riding bikes.

What’s Under the Courthouse Dome?

It has been closed to the public for 60 years, home to rusting heating and air conditioning equipment, an elevator shaft, peeling paint and deteriorating plaster. Today, Mayor Jim Gray reopened the restored dome of Lexington’s Historic Courthouse. And it’s gorgeous.

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