- Public Facilities
About the Department
The Department of Public Facilities (DPF) was created as a new department within the town of Lexington by joint resolution of the Municipal and School Departments and approved by Town Meeting in 2007.
Design & Construction Projects
The Department of Public Facilities manages design and construction of Lexington's town owned buildings and schools.
The Department of Public Facilities (DPF) manages energy consumption and environmental conditions (heating, ventilation, and air conditioning) for 23 public buildings.
Requests to rent space in Lexington Public School Buildings, Battin Hall at the Cary Memorial Building, and the Public Service Building are coordinated by the Department of Public Facilities.
The Department of Public Facilities (DPF) manages twenty five facilities for the town, comprising fourteen town buildings and eleven school buildings.
Solar in Lexington
Lexington has been steadily adding solar power production to our municipal facilities for many years.