Council Member Tayna Fogle, District 1

Council Member Tayna Fogle, District 1 Official account for Council Member Tayna Fogle, proudly representing the 1st District in Lexington

01/11/2024

Lextran Wheels Listening Sessions- Here is a chance to let Lextran Wheels know about your experience with the paratransit service.
Attend any of the sessions-
Session 1- Christian Towers 1511 Versailles Road Tuesday Jan 16th at 9 am
Session 2- Lextran Admin Office 200 W Loudon Ave Wednesday Jan 17th at 6 pm
Session 3- Lexington Senior Center 195 Life Lane Thursday Jan 18th at 1pm
Session 4- Briarwood Apartments 1349 Centre Parkway Friday Jan 19th at 2pm

Can't make the sessions? Call 859-244-2030 Monday-Friday 8am- 4pm or email [email protected]

Join the community in celebrating Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. on Jan 15! I hope to see many of you there.
01/09/2024

Join the community in celebrating Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. on Jan 15! I hope to see many of you there.

01/09/2024

📣Calling all families and children's museum supporters! The Explorium is getting for the future and needs your and your child's help!

For more information visit bit.ly/ExploriumWorkshop

01/09/2024

OVERDOSE ALERT FOR LEXINGTON:

Lexington is reporting an unusually high number of suspected nonfatal drug overdoses, with 29 Jan. 4-7 according to the Overdose Detection Mapping Application System (ODMAP). By comparison, there were 17 such reports the entire previous week.

This is an important time to carry naloxone, used to reverse opioid overdoses, especially if you or someone you know has substance use disorder. Fentanyl has been found in all types of regulated drugs, so naloxone may help regardless of the drug taken.

Our Harm Reduction Program provides naloxone to anyone who needs it. A 10-15-minute class is all it takes to have an important tool to help the community. Naloxone kits are available 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Mondays, 3-6:30 p.m. Wednesdays and 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Thursdays in the Dr. Rice C. Leach Community Room at the Lexington-Fayette County Health Department, 650 Newtown Pike.

Other ways to help include the following:
• Don’t use drugs alone
• If you or someone you know needs help with substance use disorder, visit https://findhelpnowky.org/ky to search for available treatment options (or call 1-833-859-4357 during business hours or 1-800-854-6813 after business hours)
• Check in on friends, family members, neighbors and others to share this information
• Call 911 if you suspect an overdose.

Thank you to the Kentucky Injury Prevention and Research Center, University of Kentucky College of Public Health and the Kentucky Department for Public Health in sharing this information to help protect people in our community!

01/08/2024

If your New Year's Resolution was to go ice skating outdoors
A) That’s a great resolution ⛸️
B) That’s easy to achieve ⛸️

The Rink at Triangle Park presented by University of Kentucky Federal Credit Union is open to help you achieve those resolutions! Make a plan to skate soon 📅

Hours of Operation:

Friday, Jan. 5: 4 p.m. – 9 p.m
Saturday, Jan. 6: 10 a.m. – 10 p.m.
Sunday, Jan. 7: 1:30 p.m. - 9 p.m.

Monday, Jan. 8 – Thursday, Jan. 11: CLOSED

Friday, Jan 12: 4 p.m. – 9 p.m.
Saturday, Jan. 13: 10 a.m. – 10 p.m.
Sunday, Jan. 14: 1:30 p.m. - 9 p.m.
Monday, Jan. 15: 10 a.m. – 9 p.m. *Final Day*

Here’s a great opportunity to get involved in your community!
01/08/2024

Here’s a great opportunity to get involved in your community!

01/07/2024

🌲 Curbside collection of natural Christmas trees has started and will run through January 26. Pick up will be on your normal collection day. Natural wreaths and garland can be disposed of in your gray yard waste cart. All lights, ornaments, tinsel and other décor should be removed before disposing of natural items.

lexingtonky.gov/holiday-waste-tips

Now Accepting Volunteers for the 2024 LexCount!The Lex End Homelessness Continuum of Care (CoC) seeks teams of volunteer...
01/06/2024

Now Accepting Volunteers for the 2024 LexCount!

The Lex End Homelessness Continuum of Care (CoC) seeks teams of volunteers to visit outdoor locations where persons experiencing unsheltered homelessness might be found to sleep overnight. Volunteers will conduct a count of the number of individuals and households identified to be without shelter, complete surveys with those identified, facilitate access to emergency shelter, and distribute care packages.

This year's LexCount will take place on the evening of Wednesday, January 31st. For more information or to sign up, visit https://forms.gle/gvrt54xMaD2koKnh9

01/06/2024

There’s some wintery weather coming tonight, City of Lexington, Ky - Government is on the job…

Wintery weather coming, Lexington. Stay safe.
01/06/2024

Wintery weather coming, Lexington. Stay safe.

Wet, slushy snow will be likely for portions of our region late tonight through tomorrow morning. Localized +1" snow amounts will be possible in the heavier snow bands. This could result in slick driving conditions at times.

01/05/2024

Workers at the Hope Center in Lexington say they're trying to help more people than ever before. They're asking anyone who can to donate winter weather gear.

01/05/2024

Looking for something fun to do on MLK Day? Join us for a class full of paint, messes, slime, and more, perfect for your K-5 student! We will create our own art masterpieces, learn and try out different types of art mediums and even create our very own melted crayon canvases to take home. Register today: https://www.lasclex.org/classes

01/05/2024

A new look is coming to the LEXserv billing portal! For the next few days, the LEXserv customer portal will be unavailable as we make updates. Look for a new and improved experience Monday, Jan. 8!

With the new system, depending on your account status, you will be able to automatically set up an installment agreement or a payment extension if you need it. It also includes historical weather data, providing insight as to why your usage may have increased or decreased.

01/05/2024
We appreciate our Fire Department and all they do for our community. Would you like to learn more about the work they do...
01/05/2024

We appreciate our Fire Department and all they do for our community. Would you like to learn more about the work they do? Here’s your chance to learn what’s it like to be in their turn-out gear for a day!

Did you know that our local Lexington Habitat for Humanity has a homeownership program? Here’s a great opportunity to le...
01/03/2024

Did you know that our local Lexington Habitat for Humanity has a homeownership program? Here’s a great opportunity to learn more.

Interested in learning about Lexington Habitat's homeownership? Want to know what it means and takes to be one?

Then come join us on February 5th at 6pm at our Loudon Office to learn about the program and have any questions you might have answered!

If you are interested please contact Catherine Mitchell or Ken Nunez with the contact information listed on flyer below!

We need to hear from the community…
01/03/2024

We need to hear from the community…

We’re seeking public comments for a proposed apartment project at 530 N. MLK Blvd. – the rehabilitation and renovation of an existing historic church building into 20 multifamily units of permanent affordable rental housing at the location. To see the proposal or to leave comments, email [email protected]. Submit comments by COB Jan. 19. More information can be found at bit.ly/3TJGdHy

We need your help!
01/02/2024

We need your help!

Now Accepting Volunteers for the 2024 LexCount!

The Lex End Homelessness Continuum of Care (CoC) seeks teams of volunteers to visit outdoor locations where persons experiencing unsheltered homelessness might be found to sleep overnight. Volunteers will conduct a count of the number of individuals and households identified to be without shelter, complete surveys with those identified, facilitate access to emergency shelter, and distribute care packages.

This year's LexCount will take place on the evening of Wednesday, January 31st. For more information or to sign up, visit https://forms.gle/gvrt54xMaD2koKnh9

01/01/2024

Start 2024 off by learning to manage type 2 diabetes!

Our FREE online Healthy Living with Diabetes Class is a four-part series 5:30-7:30 p.m. starting Jan. 10. This class will help you develop a plan, including healthy eating and activity, that works for you, as well as provide tips on taking medication and reducing your risks of complications.

Pre-registration is required to receive the online code; call 859-288-2344 or visit www.lfchd.org/16205-gdkhek/ and complete the form.

01/01/2024

Dr. Abeni El-Amin and Renee Collins Cobb, M.Ed. are the co-hosts and executive producers of the Ricochet Effect Podcast. The objective of the podcast is to focus on community issues and to improve the social determinants of health (SDOH). The podcast highlights community leaders, community issues, a...

May the New Year bring you and your loved ones peace, love, health, and joy. Together, let’s  make 2024 the best year ye...
01/01/2024

May the New Year bring you and your loved ones peace, love, health, and joy. Together, let’s make 2024 the best year yet.

01/01/2024
During this winter season you don’t want to miss the Lyric’s Jazz, Blues, and Soul Series! There are many dates and many...
01/01/2024

During this winter season you don’t want to miss the Lyric’s Jazz, Blues, and Soul Series! There are many dates and many different performances to enjoy!

12/31/2023
Enjoy the wonderful nature our area has to offer! And thank you to the folks at Lexington, KY Parks & Recreation for all...
12/31/2023

Enjoy the wonderful nature our area has to offer! And thank you to the folks at Lexington, KY Parks & Recreation for all they do to keep our parks beautiful and user friendly. Looking forward to more improvements in our District 1 parks in the coming year! 🌳🛝🏊

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