The City of Lexington is the recipient of various state and federal grants for Town Branch Commons and is responsible for the design and construction of the urban trail portion of the project. Mayor Jim Gray and the City of Lexington has been a key champion for the Town Branch Commons project, committing over $11.85M in local dollars for the project to date.

The Lexington Downtown Development Authority (LDDA) promotes physical and economic development that strengthens and maintains downtown Lexington as the cultural and economic heart of Central Kentucky. The LDDA commissioned a conceptual design and master plan for Town Branch Commons.

The Blue Grass Community Foundation is a public charity dedicated to enhancing the quality of life in Central and Eastern Kentucky. The Community Foundation aids in the establishment of charitable funds and endowments while also leading, convening and facilitating on important community issues. BGCF is the campaign counsel on the Town Branch Commons Project. They have the responsibility to incubate the Town Branch Fund, whose mission will be the construction and maintenance of Town Branch Park.