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Cow Palace area sewer line constructionCivil Engineers within various units of Public Services work collaboratively with city government officials and Business and Community Development to promote economic development, while protecting the City of Lexington's interest in both new development and the operation and maintenance of existing city infrastructure. The mission is to provide engineering, technical and contract management assistance to all city departments.

Pictured above is the construction of a wastewater collection line extension paid for by a Community Development Block Grant.  Pictured below is another project coordinated by engineering - steps to the firing range at the new Police Training Center.

It is the responsibility of City of Lexington Civil Engineers to schedule, design, prepare specifications, acquire permits and secure right-of-ways; as well as advertise, bid and manage various capital improvement projects as directed and approved by City Council and the City Manager
Concrete steps leading to Police Training Center

Additional engineering responsibilities include plan review, water and wastewater project consulting, management of the City's geographical information system (GIS mapping), obtain and hold applicable permits and encroachment agreements, and monitor the construction of new public infrastructure to ensure compliance with local, state and federal regulations. Staff also assists various partners, developers and businesses by pricing, approving and scheduling all new water and wastewater connections.

For additional information, please contact Public Services Manager Roger Jones.

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News
  • Feb 14
    Fire Hydrants Replaced on Queens Road

    City crews have completed work to replace two leaking fire hydrants, which required water interruption on Thursday, February 15th.

  • Jan 30
    Utility Billing System Upgrade Underway

    Lexington Utilities billing system upgrade is underway. The two week long process may mean you may experience a wait time. We want to thank you ahead of time for your patience!

  • Dec 21
    The Fire at Dixie Furniture (LFI Plant 1)

    The dust is beginning to settle from one of the largest fires in Lexington history. Crews continue to monitor the mounds of brick and twisted metal that once was Dixie Furniture.

  • Jan 22
    Natural Gas Main Replacement Project

    Lexington Utilities is beginning a project to upgrade natural gas lines along Fairview Drive between Talbert Blvd. and Cotton Grove Road.

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