Extended Social Resource Grant Program Information Workshops

Social Services invites local social service agencies, community-based organizations and human services leaders to attend extended social resource grant program workshops.

Man wanted in Lexington home invasion arrested

September 26, 2016 - Through coordination with Lexington Police investigators, Kentucky State Police troopers today apprehended a Lexington man wanted in connection with a home invasion.

Holiday collections

Residents and businesses with curbside city waste collection will be impacted by the holidays listed below. Put your carts out after 4 p.m. the day before service in order to receive service those holiday weeks.

Winter yard waste collection

Starting Tuesday, December  27, Lexington will collect natural trees for mulching. Curbside tree pickup will be offered through Friday, January 27.  All lights, ornaments and other decorations must be removed before setting your tree out.

Police investigating Hisle Way homicide

September 26, 2016 - The Lexington Police Department is investigating a homicide that occurred Sunday evening.

Wet weather storage tanks will help prevent sewer overflows

You may have seen them – large, round, windowless structures – and wondered what they are. The tanks are part of Lexington’s solution to a long-time problem.

Man arrested in connection with armed robberies

September 22, 2016 - A man wanted in connection with the armed robberies of two local sporting goods stores has been apprehended. Deverious Jones was taken into custody this afternoon without incident.

Sanitary sewer cleanings, inspections: Sept. 26-30

Citizens on the streets listed below may see vehicles, work crews and small equipment. Work crews will be wearing reflective vests and appropriate identification. Branch Dr Bud Ln Charisma Ct Clubside Ct English Station Dr

Mayor: Historic Courthouse will be a ‘source of city pride’ once more

Lexington’s Historic Courthouse may be covered with scaffolding right now, but it will “soon be a source of city pride once more,” Mayor Jim Gray said.

City seeking three Christmas trees for downtown parks

Do you or someone you know want to have an evergreen tree removed from your property? If so, let the city use it for Lexington’s official tree lighting festival.