Lexington will ring in the new year with an investment in recycling to improve efficiency and reliability.
On November 16, 2019, the Lexington Division of Enhanced 911 became the first 911 center in Kentucky to achieve Public Safety Communications Accreditation through CALEA.
Do you have holiday lights that are burned out or twinkle when they aren’t supposed to? Don’t toss them; give them to us.
Mayor Linda Gorton and members of the Urban County Council this morning celebrated the completion of the city’s 100th mile of paved bikeway with a news conference along West Hickman Trail in Veterans Park.
Lexington’s Division of Waste Management will adjust its collection schedule for the upcoming Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays.
Frying a turkey this holiday? Recycle your used cooking oil for free at the Gobble Grease Toss on Friday, Nov. 29 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Redwood Cooperative School, 166 Crestwood Dr.
Lexington has a new potent weapon in its annual war on snowy streets … a second salt barn. Mayor Linda Gorton and several councilmembers cut a ribbon to officially open the salt barn today, and crews began filling it with salt.