LIVING IN LEXINGTON, KY
Lexington has it all -- horses, hiking trails and swimming holes,
professional and collegiate athletics, world-class shopping and
dining, theater, music and a whole lot more.
The estimated 1993 population of Lexington-Fayette
County was 235,256. The estimated population of the metropolitan
statistical area (MSA), which is comprised of Bourbon, Clark, Fayette,
Jessamine, Madison, Scott, and Woodford counties, is 424,778.
Fayette County consists of 283 square miles of
gently rolling plateau in the center of the inner Bluegrass Region.
The area is noted for its beauty, fertile soil, excellent pastureland
and horse and stock farms. Numerous small creeks rise and flow into
the Kentucky River.
Within a day's drive of 75% of the population of
the United States, Lexington is strategically located at the intersection
of interstates 64 and 75. Lexington is accessible by air with approximately
100 direct and nonstop flights.