We fund research to provide objective data to support our advocacy work and inform decisions around land-use policy in Lexington-Fayette County.
It’s not “if” we grow, it’s “how.” Fayette Alliance focuses on “how” we grow by working with experts to conduct research on the complex issues facing our community’s development.
By basing our positions on objective research and studies, Fayette Alliance advocates for intentional growth strategies that leverage, not threaten, the things that make Lexington a great place to live, work, and play.
By compiling facts related to our land-use and economic development, Fayette Alliance keeps you and our decision-makers better informed.
By advocating for data-driven policies and laws, Fayette Alliance promotes real change.
By sponsoring research related to local land-use and economic development, we encourage data-driven policies and solutions for our citizens.
Lexington Grow Smart Study, Lord Aeck Sargent, 2021
See the Grow Smart Study
Fayette County Housing Demand Study, Urban Partners, 2017
See Fayette County Housing Demand Study
Agriculture Impact Study, Community and Economic Development Initiative of Kentucky College of Agriculture, Food, and Environment University of Kentucky, 2017
See Agriculture Impact Study
Cost of Community Services Study, Community and Economic Development Initiative of Kentucky College of Agriculture, Food, and Environment University of Kentucky, 2017
See Cost of Community Services Study
Underutilized Properties Study, Lord Aeck Sargent, 2017
See Underutilized Property Study
Rural Trails Plan, Part of Grow Smart 2017, Lord Aeck Sargent
See Rural Trails
Lexington Quality of Life Survey, The Matrix Group, 2013
See Lexington Quality of Life Study
Kentucky Equine Survey, Kentucky field office of the National Agricultural Statistics Service, 2012
See Kentucky Equine Survey