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Posted on Jul 1st, 2015
BEWARE: The Office of the Fayette County Sheriff is warning Lexington residents of a telephone scam that has developed within the last week.

The caller claims that someone in the household has an unpaid fine, a missed grand jury appearance, and/or an arrest warrant. The caller, who falsely identifies himself as a Fayette County Deputy Sheriff, informs people they must now pay a fine. The caller has asked victims to purchase a pre-paid or re-loadable money card and then provide the "deputy" with the card number over the phone to settle the fine. This telephone number is fraudulent and the caller is not associated with the Office of the Fayette County Sheriff.

The Office of Sheriff advises everyone to be cautious of calls that request payment or access to personally identifiable information, regardless of who the caller claims to represent. The Office of the Fayette County Sheriff will never ask you for money over the phone or threaten you with arrest if you do not pay a fine.
If you are contacted, DO NOT send money and contact the Office of the Fayette County Sheriff immediately at (859) 252-1771
Summer is Here - Stay Safe!
Posted on Jun 2nd, 2015
Summer is here! Warm days and cool evenings are perfect for being outside. To help you have a safe and enjoyable summer, the Office of the Fayette County Sheriff hopes you keep the following safety tips in mind.
  1.  Never lock your valuables in your car where they can be seen.
  2. Keep doors in your home closed and locked, including garage doors. When you are at home with your doors open, always keep your screen doors locked.  
  3. Make sure your neighbors are safe. Attend neighborhood meetings, form telephone trees, and create a neighborhood watch group to ensure the safety of your neighbors. As temperatures increase, take time to check on your elderly neighbors, and make sure they have everything they need.
  4. Alert police to any unusual activity in your neighborhood.
  5. Parents: Provide a list of phone numbers of neighbors, family, and friends that your child can call in an emergency. Make sure your child knows how to dial 911 and when it is appropriate to do so. 
Regarding using the Dumpster
Posted on Jun 26th, 2014
New Association Mailing Address
Posted on Jan 13th, 2014
Please send all HOA related correspondence to the following address:

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