The City of Lexington is committed to providing the community with as much information as possible in the most accessible manner as possible. To help, we have organized our efforts to provide clear information in a central location.
Public Meeting Agendas and Audio
The City organizes all meeting packets and audio in one location on the website (note that the audio is located in our DropBox file, which you can access directly here). If you would like to see approved minutes
Budget Visualization Tool
The City of Lexington has partnered with regional nonprofit Smart Cville to create an interactive, web-based budget visualization tool. The tool allows the public to understand where the City’s revenues come from and how they are spent in a simple, straightforward manner.
Social media is a secondary means of communication that the City uses to post important news, information
City Manager's Weekly Report
The City Manager publishes a weekly report that is sent out via email to subscribers. Those who don't subscribe can view past reports on the City website. Click here to view past reports and to subscribe to the weekly e-newsletter.
Lexington Geographic Information System (GIS)
The City of Lexington utilizes an online GIS to show parcel information within the city limits. You can access the City of Lexington's GIS online, or you can visit the Planning and Development Department during normal office hours.
Public Records Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) Request
To submit a request to view or receive a copy of a public record, fill out the FOIA Request Form. Requests are also accepted via phone, email, fax, mail or in-person. Visit the City’s FOIA web page for more information.
Have a question or suggestion? Contact Meredith Warfield at email@example.com.