Adjustments are being made to the sewer construction plan for Manchester Street due to the discovery of an unmapped water line.
Lexington’s Division of Waste Management will adjust its collection schedule for the upcoming Christmas holiday. Residents and businesses who normally have curbside waste collection on Tuesdays will be serviced on Monday, December 23.
The City is now accepting applications for workforce grants designed to support businesses and agencies operating in Fayette County that offer job training, certifications, and licensure to promote economic development activity.
The concrete bridge on Jimmie Campbell Drive, which leads to the Town Branch Wastewater Treatment Plant from Old Frankfort Pike, is closed due to a structural problem. It is unknown how long the bridge will be closed.
A shooting Friday, November 22, on Camelot Drive is now a homicide investigation. The coroner’s office has identified 28 years-old, Wesley Carter. Carter died Wednesday, December 4, at UK Hospital.
Residents are urged to take valuables, especially firearms, out of their vehicles.
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.