- Public Facilities
- Lexington Facilities
- Town Buildings
Cary Memorial Building
The Isaac Harris Cary Memorial Building is a historic structure located in Lexington Center at 1605 Massachusetts Avenue.
Cary Library is the Town's Public Library. You'll find information about Lexington history and genealogy, as well as books and other resources for children, tweens, teens and adults.
The Community Center is a place for every Lexington resident.
Permits, inspections and information about fire safety and the Lexington Fire Department facilities and apparatus.
The Lexington Police Department is a professional, accredited organization committed to working in partnership with the community to ensure the Town of Lexington is a safe and welcoming place to live, work, and visit.
Public Services Building
The Samuel Hadley Public Services Building houses Lexington's departments of Public Works and Public Facilities. It is a LEED silver certified building.
The Ellen Stone Building, one of the United State’s earliest Lyceums built purposefully for enlightened dialogue and learning.
Town Office Building
The Town Office Building houses most of the town offices, including the Town Manager, Town Clerk, Select Board, Assessors and Planning. The front entrance of the building faces the Cary Memorial Building.
The Visitors Center is the place to go for maps, historical information, tours and to get all your questions about Lexington answered.
The Public Grounds Division includes the Park, Forestry and Cemetery subdivisions.