The Town of Lexington is working with PayByPhone to offer cashless parking payment via their mobile app (or by calling over the phone) in some of the Town's parking lots beginning Tuesday, September 21.
The Town of Lexington will again be hosting flu clinics this fall during the month of October for seniors and the general public.Online pre-registration will be required, and Town staff will be available to assist if you have difficulty with this...
The Water/Sewer Division of the Lexington Department of Public Works (DPW) will be reading all town water meters starting on Monday, September 13th and will continue through the end of November.
The Massachusetts Department of Public Health (DPH) has announced the first animal case of West Nile virus (WNV) in the state this year. WNV infection was diagnosed in an alpaca exposed to WNV in Middlesex County.
7 Ways to Find Out What's Happening in Lexington:
|1.||Register for CodeRED - the Town's emergency notification system - for texts, emails and automated phone calls about closings, detours or emergencies|
|2.||Follow the Town on our main Facebook and Twitter accounts - and check out our list of specific social media accounts|
|3.||Signup for Townwide news either weekly (Link to Lexington) or more frequently (Town News Alerts).|
Signup for periodic emails and enewsletters from specific departments and boards/committees.
|4.||Check our calendars: Public Meetings | Cary Library programs | Community Events|
|5.||See videos on public meetings, public hearings, and town events live or on demand on lexmedia.org|
|6.||View the latest program guides from Recreation and Community Programs|
|7.||And last but not least, click the Town News tab on the home page.|