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City of Lexington launches new web page making it easier for residents to find youth services

ONE Lexington has launched a new webpage, simplifying finding information about City programs and services offered for Lexington youth.

The City services for youth page lists links to all of the City resources for youths, from Parks & Recreation athletic leagues, community centers and arts classes, to the Family Nurturing Group, crisis intervention and other social services. The resources listed are for children of all ages, from infants to teens and also includes resources for families.

“We thought it was important to list all of these resources in one place. The goal is to make it easier for parents and guardians to find important, useful information and opportunities for their children,” said ONE Lexington Director Laura Hatfield.

The webpage is part of the City’s website and can be found at lexingtonky.gov

About ONE Lexington ONE Lexington began in the summer of 2017 as an initiative of Mayor Jim Gray’s Office to work with partners from the City, schools, faith community, non-profits, business and neighborhood leaders to enhance safety and quality of life in Lexington. For more information, please visit One Lexington website.

From City of Lexington

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