- Rural Community Actively Supports Responsible Public Access to Farms - April 29th, 2013
- Rupp Arena Arts & Entertainment District - April 25th, 2013
- Even Popular Development Plans Not Above the Law - February 27th, 2013
- Board of Adjustment Revokes Permit, Closes Mine - January 25th, 2013
- We Support the Capacity Assurance Program - December 3rd, 2012
Digging for a new dorm continues near the University of Kentucky’s William T. Young Library, providing a foundation for a 601-bed, high-tech residence hall that’s scheduled to open in August 2013.
Two companies that specialize in building and operating movie theaters have expressed interest in building a six-screen downtown movie complex…. | Photo courtesy of Kentucky.com
Join us Wed. June 5 from 5-6:30 to learn more about the conversion of one-way street to two-way traffic flow
Tourism contributed $12.2 billion to Kentucky’s economy in 2012…
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…
The Thoroughbred Industry lost one of it’s great stallions earlier this week.
Join us May 1 from 5-6 pm at the Downtown Arts Center to hear from design winners, SCAPE, about the Town Branch Commons.
Join us & celebrity guest Nacho Figueras on Friday, July 12.
Businessman Burgess Carey is moving forward with plans for canopy tours in the Boone Creek area even though the city says he could be violating zoning regulations.
What We're Working On
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.
As the voice for sustainable growth, we believe that preserving our unique and productive Bluegrass farmland, advancing innovative development, and improving our infrastructure are essential to our collective success in Lexington.
Since 2006, we have worked with city-hall to usher over 60 major land-use policies into law that further sustainable growth. Through our efforts at government and beyond, 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.