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City to test rubberized asphalt on Southland Drive

City to pave a 2,400-foot stretch of Southland Drive using environmentally friendly rubberized asphalt.

Hamburg-area shoplifting blitz results in dozens of arrests

More than $6,800 in stolen merchandise was recovered.

Residential property damage in Meadowthorpe

Multiple homes and vehicles were struck by a BB gun.

Be a part of a once-in-a-generation community project at Shillito Park playground

On September 18 – 22, Lexington Parks and Recreation will team up with the community and the original designers of Shillito Playground to create a new space for play. There are a variety of volunteer positions available for community members, ages 16 years and older.

Chemical root control work: June 17 – 22

As part of the Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government’s infrastructure program, chemical foam is being injected into the sanitary sewer system to control and inhibit root growth within the system.

Sanitary sewer cleanings, inspections June 17 - 22

Citizens on the streets listed below may see vehicles, work crews, and small equipment. Work crews will be wearing reflective vests and appropriate identification. Alice Dr Arbor Station Ct Arbor Station Way Birch Dr Boxwood Dr

911 service expands to include text

Mayor Linda Gorton today announced a new regional initiative bringing “text-to-911” to Lexington and several Central Kentucky counties. The service is available now.

City’s recycling center reopens

The city’s Recycle Center has reopened and is once again processing recyclable materials. The center had been shut down because the machine that separates aluminum cans from other recyclables was not operating properly.

Environmental Commission awards

Nominations are now being sought for the LFUCG Environmental Commission’s environmental awards.

Recycling center to remain closed for now

Recycle Center will continue to divert material to a landfill until further notice.