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Has the Lexington government closed departments due to COVID-19


Below is a list of Lexington government cancellations and closings in response to COVID-19 that have been announced. For a sampling of citywide cancellations and closures, check out what's open, what's closed, what's closing for coronavirus in downtown Lexington.      Fayette County Clerk Don Blevins announced in a release, "The Fayette County Clerk’s office will close to the public beginning Tuesday, March...

Alltech One Conference is moving to online during COVID-19


Alltech has released a statement for their One Conference amid COVID-19:   Alltech has been closely monitoring the COVID-19 outbreak, with particular consideration for ONE: The Alltech Ideas Conference (ONE), scheduled for ​May 17–19 in Lexington, Kentucky. Our first priority is the health and safety of attendees, our colleagues and the communities in which we live and work. With that in mind,...

LEXPARK meters not charging downtown during COVID-19


Beginning March 18, Lexington Parking Authority (LPA) will not charge LEXPARK on-street meters until April 10. LPA will re-evaluate if it needs to last further. There is, however, a two hour limit that will be enforced. Several paid parking spaces downtown have already been turned into "Curbside Pick-Up ONLY" spaces with a 15-minut limit. “This is a community crisis and we are...

How is the Lexington Public Library responding to COVID-19

Lexington Public Library

The Lexington Public Library has released a statement for COVID-19 updates: In response to the growing COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic, Lexington Public Library (LPL) will close all library locations beginning at the close of business today, Friday, March 13 at 6:00 pm. The Library currently plans to reopen for daily operation on Monday, April 6. The Library’s leadership will continue to monitor...