News & Events Highlights
The Governor has lifted the state of emergency as of midnight Tuesday, January 27. We have the following updates regarding Lexington's programs and services:
- Trash and recycling pickup has been cancelled for Tuesday and Wednesday pickup routes this week, and will be collected next week. Regular trash and recycling collection will resume on Thursday.
- The parking ban on all Lexington streets continues in effect until 10 a.m. Wednesday, January 28. Please remember that the normal winter overnight parking ban prohibits parking on streets between the hours of 2am and 6am.
- Please do not shovel, blow or throw snow onto the streets or pile it blocking the sidewalks, and remind your contractors of this as well.
- Town offices will open at 10 a.m. on Wednesday.
- Lexpress and the Senior Center follow the Lexington Public Schools schedule. Superintendent Ash has closed schools for Wednesday, so the Senior Center will be closed and Lexpress buses will not run.
- The Cary Library website will provide information about when the library will be open.
- Please check that outside vents for dryer and heating units are free of snow.
Please check on neighbors who may be at risk. And as always, call 911 in an emergency.
Third quarter bills for FY 2015 Real Estate and Personal Property Taxes have been mailed and are due February 2, 2015. If you have not received your tax bill, please contact the Collector’s Office at 781-698-4600 or email@example.com. Tax bills can be paid on-line by going to the Town’s website.
The 2015 Annual Municipal Census was recently mailed to all households
. Please follow all directions carefully when filling out your census. If you have any questions regarding the census, please contact the Town Clerk’s Office at 781-698-4558 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The Recreation Department is accepting applications for all Summer 2015 positions
(aquatics, day camps, sports clinics, and tennis). The application deadline is Friday, March 6, 2015
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Lexington, Massachusetts, only 11 miles west of Boston, has a unique place in history as the “Birthplace of American Liberty.” It was here, on the morning of April 19, 1775, that the “shot heard ‘round the world” was fired, and the American Revolution began. Today it is a town of about 30,000 noted for its excellent schools, thriving downtown center, technology and bio-pharmaceuticals industries, and mix of modern life and historic heritage.