Environmental Quality and Public Works Committee

Environmental Quality and Public Works committee to which shall be referred matters relating to the department of environmental quality and public works and its divisions, including capital improvement projects and any related partner agencies.

An overview of the types of items in this committee is below:

  • Pavement Management Plan or Curb Assessment, annually in May
  • Snow and Ice Removal Plan, annually in October
  • Urban Forestry/Street Trees Update, annually
  • Energy Improvement Fund Update, annually
  • Recycling General Practices, annual update
  • Water Quality Annual Updates
    • Consent Decree and Remedial Measures Plan Update
    • Capacity Assurance Plan (CAP) Audit
    • Stormwater Priority List Update
    • Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4) Program Update
  • Report out presentations from any subcommittee, workgroup, or task force created by this committee
  • Other items Considered by this committee
    • All matters relating to the Department of Environmental Quality and Public Works and its divisions and any related partner agencies, including capital projects
    • Any items which may have an environmental impact

2024 Meeting Schedule

Feb. 6
March 12
April 30
June 18
Aug. 20
Oct. 22
Dec. 3

All meetings are held at 1 p.m. in the Council Chamber, Government Center, 200 E. Main St., Lexington, KY, unless otherwise stated.

Committee Members

Liz Sheehan, 5th District Councilmember - Chair
Hannah LeGris, 3rd District Councilmember - Vice-Chair
Dan Wu, Vice Mayor
Tayna Fogle, 1st District Councilmember
Shayla Lynch, 2nd District Councilmember
Brenda Monarrez, 4th District Councilmember
Denise Gray, 6th District Councilmember
Preston Worley, 7th District Councilmember
Fred Brown, 8th District Councilmember
Dave Sevigny, 10th District Councilmember

Staff: Kendra Thompson, Council Research Analyst

Committee Packets

View Environmental Quality and Public Works Committee Packets

These are stored in a Google drive, arranged by year. The files are open to the public and do not require creating an account to view them.