The annual Halloween Festival and Parade will take place on Sunday, Oct. 27. New to the parade this year is the Monster Mash-up Flash Mob.
Yard waste collected by the city is now available as mulch and will be given away free to Lexington residents on Saturday, September 21, at 1631 Old Frankfort Pike.
Citizens on the streets listed below may see vehicles, work crews, and small equipment. Work crews will be wearing reflective vests and appropriate identification. Asbury Ln Astaire Ct Balfour Dr Bedinger Ct Boardwalk
Volunteers are needed to help build a new playground at Shillito Park. This community playground build will take place on Sept. 18 – 22.
On Sept. 3, Lexington residents Mark Beude, along with his daughter Faith Buede, were presented with the 2019 Kentucky Hero Award during the annual Kentucky Emergency Services Conference for their efforts in helping law enforcement identify and apprehend a sexual predator.
The festival is co-sponsored by Lexington Parks & Recreation and FLACA. It runs Sept. 13 – 15 in downtown Lexington.
All signs point to the Purple Coneflower being named Lexington’s official flower, Mayor Linda Gorton announced today.
With Lexington expecting temperatures to be in the 90s and the heat index above 100 this week, the city’s Division of Waste Management will be adjusting its regular waste collection window.
A disputed narcotics deal led to the shooting.