Councilmember Josh McCurn was elected as representative of the 2nd District in November of 2018. Josh formerly served as the President of McConnell’s Trace Neighborhood Association and co-chair to a business leadership and diversity committee. Josh continues to volunteer as a youth mentor and coach with Lexington Youth Soccer Association. He was also involved with the Meadowthorpe PTA, and actively volunteers throughout his community.
Josh has always had a passion for being involved and working to give back to his community. After receiving his BA in Political Science from West Chester University of Pennsylvania, he moved to Lexington where he met his wife Paige and they now share their two boys, Adam, 11, and Chase, 6, and three dogs (Gracie, Lexi and Toben). His family is his biggest support.
Josh has exuded a passion for community involvement from a young age and has always worked to be actively involved in making a difference. His passion leads him to work together with the neighbors of Lexington as well as focus on their needs and our community’s future. He focuses on tackling problems and making Lexington an even better place to work, live and raise a family.
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About District 2
The 2nd District is one of the largest and fastest growing Council districts. Geographically, it extends from West Main Street to Newtown inside of New Circle Road. Outside of New Circle Road, it extends from Leestown Road to Newtown Pike and includes Citation Blvd, Mercer Road and Spurr Road.
Some of the neighborhoods located in the 2nd District include St. Martin's Village, Griffin Gate, Georgetown Street Area, Masterson Station, Coventry, Kearney Hall and Belmont Farms, to name just a few.
It is home to Sandersville Elementary School, Coventry Oak Elementary School, STEAM Academy, Locust Trace AgriScience Center, Rise STEM Academy for Girls and the Black and Williams Neighborhood Center
Additionally, it has some great tourism and recreational opportunities including the the Town Branch Trail, Masterson Station Park, the Legacy Trail, Whitney Young Park and Coldstream Park.