*While every effort is made to keep this website up to date, changes occur dynamically
and website updates cannot keep up with moment to moment conditions. This applies to detours which are set daily in the field by Town personnel in conjunction with the Lexington Police Department.
Projects Under Construction
- Concord Ave Sidewalk-(posted 1/20/16)
On Friday, January 22nd, Concord Ave will be closed From Waltham Street to Spring Street from 9am-3pm. A detour will be set up. Abutters will have access up to the construction zone. See map. The work for the replacement of the Hardy's Pond Brook Culvert will require the road be closed for Friday. After that, Concord Ave will return to the restriction allowing for one way alternating traffic at the temporary traffic light.
At this light, please stop at the designated markings/signage if you have a red signal and proceed through the green phase without delay. Please bear with us during this critical phase of the project. We recognize that this is an inconvenience and will do our best to minimize the duration.The plans include installation of a sidewalk along Concord Avenue from Waltham Street to Spring Street. This project involves construction of a 5 foot wide sidewalk, granite curb, field stone retaining walls and drainage improvements. The culvert carrying Hardy’s Pond Brook will be replaced and the traffic signal at Waltham Street and Concord ave will be upgraded. Current plans are available for viewing at Samuel Hadley Public service building, 201 Bedford Street. Please contact Dave Cannon in Engineering for more information.
- Street Resurfacing 2016 (updated 1/4/16) To be posted soon.
- Water Distribution Improvements Contract #15-57 (updated 10/27/15) The Town of Lexington will be upgrading and replacing water main in various location throughout Town. (see map below) Crews are currently working on services and finish work.
- Revere Street Culvert (posted 11/6/16) From December 7th to December 31st the Minuteman Bikeway will be closed 24/7 from Camellia Place to Revere Street. Please see detour map. The work for this project consists of replacing two culverts along North Lexington Brook at two separate locations: just east of #19 and #20 Revere Street and along the Minuteman Commuter Bikeway to the north of Camellia Place.
- Paul Revere Drainage Improvements (posted 1/6/16) The scope of this project includes the layout of approximately 650 linear feet of drainage pipe in Paul Revere Road from Powers Court to Cedar Street as well as installation of catch basins and berm to improve flow of surface storm water. Work is complete for the year. Crews will return in the spring to finish punchlist items including installation of berm.
- Main Wastewater Pumping Station Improvements Project (posted 9/21/15) The work includes installation of three 150 horsepower, premium efficiency motors and variable frequency drives (VFDs) for the three existing wastewater non-clog centrifugal pumps as well as other upgrades.
- Phase 5 Sewer System Improvements Project (posted 10/7/15) This project involves rehabilitation of existing gravity sewer. Work includes but not limited to replacement of sewer line, video services and inspection of existing conditions, lining, cleaning, testing and sealing. The project is being administered by Weston & Sampson Engineers.
Projects by other entities affecting Lexington
- Mass DOT Route 2/I-95 Bridge Replacement project. For information about lane closures please visit the Mass DOT project website.
- Mass DOT Repairs to the Watertown Street Bridge over Route 2 Construction will take place from 9/9 through 9/13. There will be revolving lane closures on Rt 2 during day and night hours. Please see Mass DOT project website for further details.
- The Town of Bedford slip-lining project: Phase 1 work is wrapping up. The Town of Bedford is working with their contractor to set up a sewer by-pass to forstall any breaks which might occur in the length of pipe not lined thus far. This by-pass will carry over for the next phase of the project which will kick off in the spring.
- National Grid will be relaying mains in various location throughout Town this summer.