News & Events Highlights
The US Air Force Heritage Band of America will give a concert at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, April 25, 2014 in Battin Hall in Cary Memorial Building. Concert is free but tickets are required. 
Solarize Lexington-Bedford has reached Tier 5, guaranteeing the lowest price - $3.15/watt on all installations! For more information about switching to solar electricity for your house, contact Solar Coaches Fran Ludwig or Marcia Gens by email.
Spring is finally here!
Check yourself for ticks when you come inside - 
find additional information and instructional videos on the Mass. Dept. of Public Health’s tick and mosquito page.
Compost Facility on Hartwell Ave. is open for yard waste dropoff, and
yard waste will be collected curbside on alternate weeks through June.
Monthly Household Hazardous Waste Collection events are scheduled through the fall.
Medical Waste Collection event is scheduled for Wednesday, June 4.
Be a good neighbor - pick up after your pet!
Pine Meadows Golf Course opened for the 2014 season on Friday, April 4. Resident Golf ID Cards are available at the Recreation Department Office.
Swim tags now available. Recreation Department sells season memberships to the Town Pool complex and Old Res.
Lexington's second annual Bike Walk 'N Bus Week is scheduled for May 9-18. Events and activities are scheduled every day during that week.
Lexpress routes 1, 2, 3 and 4 will change starting July 1, 2014. Preview the potential changes and tell us what you think! 

Phone extensions for staff in the Town Office Building have changed as of Tuesday, March 11. The main number, 781-862-0500, remains in effect and takes you to a voice menu of all departments.

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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.