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95 datasets found

  • Boundaries portraying areas where conditions have been granted or specified. (Polygon)
  • Index contours only. Representing elevations in 10 foot intervals. (Line)
  • Two foot contours. EXCLUDING INDEX CONTOURS. To acquire all contours the index contour layer should be used in conjunction with the intermediate contours. (Line)
  • Legislative boundaries of the Urban County Council representing twelve districts. Districts were established in 1972 based on 1970 Census and voting precincts. (Polygon)
  • Legislative boundaries of the Urban County Council representing twelve districts. Districts were established in 1982 based on 1980 Census and voting precincts. (Polygon)
  • Legislative boundaries of the Urban County Council representing twelve districts. Districts were established in 1992 based on 1990 Census and voting precincts. (Polygon)
  • Legislative boundaries of the Urban County Council representing twelve districts. Districts were established in 2002 based on 2000 Census and voting precincts. (Polygon)
  • Juristical boundary of Lexington-Fayette County. (Polygon)
  • Boundary representing an area requiring specific design guidelines. (Polygon)
  • Boundary defining the area of focus for the Downtown Development Authority. (Polygon)
  • Blue Grass Driving Tour and Blue Grass County Driving tour. (Line)
  • Exit locations for I-75, I-64, and New Circle Road. (Point)
  • Fault lines within Fayette County as defined by the Kentucky Geolgical Survey. (Line)
  • Fire Stations within Lexington-Fayette County. (Point)
  • Flood hazard areas as defined by FEMA. (Polygon)
  • Linear open space established along a natural corridor, rail-trail, utility corridor, scenic road, or other route for conservation, recreation, or alternative transportation purposes....
  • Historic district designated by the Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government. (Polygon)
  • Hospitals within Lexington-Fayette County. (Point)
  • Impervious surfaces derived from 1998 orthophotography. (Polygon)
  • Impervious surfaces derived from 2007 orthophotography. (Polygon)