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Remembering K9 Ory

Retired police dog passed away unexpectedly.

2019 Click It or Ticket Campaign

Lexington Police Department to participate in "Click It or Ticket" enforcement campaign

Friday Flicks is back with a great movie line-up

Friday Flicks returns to Jacobson Park with great movies, inflatables, food vendors, non-profits and more. The season kicks off on Friday, May 31. 

Mayor plans first neighborhood summit

Next month, Mayor Linda Gorton will hold her first Mayor’s Neighborhood Summit to engage community members on issues affecting their neighborhoods.

Bank robbery investigation underway

An unknown man robbed a Central Bank branch on Monday, May 13.

Lexington temporarily suspends paper recycling

This article was updated on May 17, 2019 and on May 15, 2019 Changes in the global marketplace for recycled materials are forcing the Lexington Recycle Center to temporarily suspend recycling of paper products. The change will go into effect immediately.

Sanitary sewer cleanings, inspections May 20 - 25

Citizens on the streets listed below may see vehicles, work crews, and small equipment. Work crews will be wearing reflective vests and appropriate identification. Adcolor Dr Briarwood Cir, Dr Cedarwood Dr Dawson Creek Way

Kentucky Sheep & Fiber Festival, Bluegrass Classic Stockdog Trial return to Masterson Station Park this week

Lexington Parks & Recreation is proud to once again host the annual Kentucky Sheep & Fiber Festival, May 18 and 19, alongside the prestigious Bluegrass Classic Stockdog Trials, May 15 – 19.

Mulch Giveaway – Saturday, May 18

Mulch, created from yard waste collected by the city, will be given away to Lexington residents on Saturday, May 18, at 1631 Old Frankfort Pike.

New multi-way stop at Copper Run Blvd and Copperfield Drive

Traffic Engineering will be installing multi-way stop sign controls and pavement markings at the intersection of Copper Run Blvd and Copperfield Drive. The work is scheduled for Wednesday, May 22, weather permitting.