- Comprehensive Plan Still Underway - October 28th, 2013
- Fayette Alliance Supports Hydrology Study for Downtown Lexington - October 9th, 2013
- 21C Design Tweaks Approved - September 5th, 2013
- Rupp Arena Arts & Entertainment District - July 10th, 2013
- Group Recommends New Recreational Uses and Agricultural Protections in Fayette County - May 29th, 2013
The exterior of National Provisions, a building that when complete will host a bakery, restaurant, wine shop and market. | Photo by Business Lexington
A Fayette County judge on Thursday ordered Burgess Carey to cease offering canopy tours at Boone Creek Outdoors.
Matrix Survey Finds 70% of Lexingtonians Oppose Expanding the Urban Services Boundary for Development
The Matrix Group, Inc. released a summary report of their recent Pulse Survey,
…region needs skilled engineering and technical work force if it is to become a global manufacturing hub, according to a report…
A preliminary report indicates that it could cost between $14 million and $23 million in infrastructure upgrades to make the Lexington Distillery District project move forward.
“Mayor Jim Gray has announced a plan that would allow for private redevelopment of current city buildings, including the Government Center, originally opened as a hotel in 1920.”
“Lexington’s Urban County Planning Commission voted unanimously on Thursday to approve the final development plan for an expanded Kroger on Euclid Avenue.”
…a thoughtful, workable, flexible proposal to create design standards in Lexington’s urban area is close to completion.
Complete streets are a key strategy in achieving multi modal transportation options and connectivity in sustainable communities…Lexington has much to learn from this example.
“Sale of champion Groupie Doll delivers storybook ending for Bradleys.”
Thanks to everyone who came out to celebrate the pioneering leaders and initiatives that have helped us achieve our mission of growing our city and promoting our farms.
Todd Clark, of Lexington, is among the finalists named for Kentucky’s first annual Leopold Conservation Award.
With the help of Sasaki, a Massachusetts planning firm that specializes in campus master planning, UK hopes to develop sound long-range strategies for the growth and transformation of the campus…
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Who We Are
We are a coalition of citizens dedicated to achieving sustainable growth in Lexington-Fayette County through land use advocacy, education, and promotion.
Through our efforts at government and beyond, we believe that Lexington can be the model for sustainable growth by balancing and connecting our vibrant city with our productive and beautiful Bluegrass farmland.
Since 2006, we have worked with City Hall to usher over 65 major land-use policies into law that further sustainable growth. By achieving our mission, we positively impact planning and zoning laws—which are the building blocks of a better quality of life, economy, and environment for all of us.
Join today, and together we can grow our city, and promote our farms in Lexington.
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- Matrix Survey Finds 70% of Lexingtonians Oppose Expanding the Urban Services Boundary for Development
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