Lexington Conservation The Conservation Office is located on the garden-level of the Town Office Building, 1625 Massachusetts Avenue: See Town Office Building accessibility information


The Conservation Division serves three primary purposes:

  • to administer and enforce state and local wetlands protection codes, as well as the state Stormwater Management Policy
  • to manage over 1,400 acres of town-owned conservation land and monitor conservation easements and restrictions
  • to conduct outreach and education regarding the town's natural resources and watersheds
  1. Cast Your Vote Now for Community Improvement Projects in Lexington’s First-Ever Participatory Budget

    Lexington’s first-ever Participatory Budgeting (PB for short) cycle has reached the Voting Phase! The community will choose from a number of projects proposed by their neighbors that adds up to the $500,000 made available for this cycle. Read on...
  2. "Dose of Nature" Guided Walk at Parker Meadow on Tuesday April 4th at 5:30 PM

  3. Conservation Permits: Revised filing fees effective March 1st

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