Neighborhood Issue Presentations

“Felled,” a documentary about giving new life to fallen urban trees. March 7 & 8. Sponsored BY UK Ag.Free and open to the public. Visit the website for more information or see the flyers below.


Public invited to participate in ‘Community Conversations on Homelessness’

The Office of Homelessness Prevention and Intervention will be hosting the 2018 Lexington Ending Homelessness Academy and Community Summit March 5-9.

Internationally recognized homeless expert Iain De Jong will lead organizations from across Lexington in an intensive week of training. The week will culminate on Friday, March 9, with a program that is open to the public, “Community Conversations on Homelessness in Lexington.”

All Fayette County residents are invited to the free, public event.  It will be held from 9 a.m.- noon, March 9, at the Pam Miller Downtown Arts Center, 141 E. Main St. Breakfast will be served beginning at 8:15 a.m.

Community Conversations in Homelessness is free and open to the public, but seating is limited.  Attendees must register at http://bit/ly/LexEndHomelessness.

Citizens can also share their interest or that they are attending by visiting the event’s Facebook page.
For more information on the Office of Homelessness Prevention and Intervention, visit



NOTE: This is regarding the LFUCG and UL Land Swap concerning streets adjacent to UK campus.

From Councilmember Jake Gibbs (District 3)

Many thanks to Aylesford and 7 Parks Neighborhood Associations for hosting and providing a venue for our neighborhoods to discuss the upcoming Land Swap discussion.

Neighbors will be receiving door hangers from Public Works letting them know when their meeting is scheduled.

The first meeting for Aylesford, Transylvania Park, Columbia Heights and Hollywoodneighborhoods is March 6, 7 PM at Woodland Christian Church, 530 E. High Street (please use the Kentucky Ave entrance).

The second meeting for 7 Parks, Elizabeth St, Pralltown, Montclair and Mt. Vernon is March 21, 6 PMat Hunter Presbyterian, 109 Rosemont Garden.


GAME OF ZONES: A Citizen’s Guide to the LFUCG Zone Change Process

Saturday February 17, 2018 8:30-noon

What happens when you hear there is a proposed zone change in your neighborhood? This workshop is intended to introduce Lexington residents to the current zone change process, including where to find information about the zone change and strategies for becoming involved in the process.

Location: Unitarian Universalist Church on Clays Mill Road

The following link is from Susan Speckert, the Executive Director of the Fayette Alliance, who spoke at the September meeting of the FCNC.


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