We ain’t ‘fraid of no ghost, but we are scared of flood damage, contaminated drinking water, and environmental health problems. We rounded up a few resources to answer the age-old question: Who you gonna call?
If there’s something strange...
...in your neighborhood
Is there an incessant barking dog keeping you up at night? Instead of venturing into the dark neighborhood searching for Fido, contact the Office of the Fayette County Attorney to file a complaint.
Contact your City Councilmember
Learn more about the Common Council, city government, and how you can get involved by reaching out to your district’s city council representative.
If there’s something weird...
Environmental health problems
If you notice something weird while out and about, the Lexington-Fayette County Health Department has resources to help.
- Emergency preparedness
- Restaurants and food handling
- Septic systems
- Public swimming pools
- Pests and rabies
- Unsanitary living conditions
....and it don’t look good
Call LexCall at 311 to report problems or (859) 258-3970 for the Emergency Operations Center.
Contact LexCall at 311. Note: If the violation can’t be seen from the sidewalk, the city may ask permission to enter your property.
What other resource questions do you have? Let us know we’ll add them to the list.