Input opportunities for the 2045 Comprehensive Plan

What’s your vision for Lexington’s future? The city’s Planning Department is seeking public input for its 2045 comprehensive plan – Imagine Lexington 2045.

“The Comprehensive Plan is a visionary roadmap for our city's long-term growth and development,” Senior Planner Valerie Friedmann said. “The Comprehensive Plan guides decision-making and shapes our community's future by setting clear goals and strategies. That's why public engagement is at the heart of the planning process; we value every voice and have implemented an inclusive public engagement strategy to ensure a comprehensive range of voices are heard.”

Imagine Lexington 2045 centers around five themes: Building Successful Neighborhoods, Protecting the Environment, Creating Jobs and Prosperity, Improving a Desirable Community, and Urban and Rural Balance. The themes can be viewed on the Imagine Lexington website.

 There are four ways to offer input for Imagine Lexington 2045:

  • In-person open house – Aug. 30, 3 – 7 p.m., Lexington Senior Center, 195 Life Lane
  • Online form – open through Aug. 30, 2023.
  • Online personal meeting sessions. Residents can register for a 30-minute Zoom meeting with Planning staff. Sessions are available from Aug. 16 – 29, 2023.
  • Email comments to imagine@lexingtonky.gov

 

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