Center Employee Parking Options

There are many parking options for Lexington Center employees. Read through the below descriptions and download the Center Employee Parking Map to find out which option is best for you.

Pre-Paid Parking StickerParking sticker image

  • $250 Annually per sticker
  • Available to Lexington Center employees only
  • One sticker per vehicle
  • Allows for long term parking in the following areas:
    • Depot Square Lot
    • NStar Lot
    • Meters on Waltham Street designated for "all day" parking

Fill out, sign and send these 2 forms:

along with payment to:

Lexington Police Department
Attention: Annmarie Kelleher
1575 Massachusetts Ave
Lexington, MA 02420

Please make checks out to the Town of Lexington, and indicate indicate "Parking Sticker Program" in the memo section. Permits are valid March 1 to the end of February the following year.


Pay-As-You-Go Parking StickerParking sticker image

  • $15 Annually per sticker
  • Available to Lexington Center employees only
  • One sticker per vehicle
  • Pay-As-You-Go Parking Sticker provides a reduced rate for long term parking at the Depot Square Lot
    • $1.00 a day parking at Depot Square Lot
    • Note: The regular parking rate for non-sticker users will be $.50 per hour 

Fill out, sign and send these 2 forms:

along with payment to:

Lexington Police Department
Attention: Annmarie Kelleher
1575 Massachusetts Ave
Lexington, MA 02420

Please make checks out to the Town of Lexington, and indicate indicate "Parking Sticker Program" in the memo section. Permits are valid March 1 to the end of February the following year.


Parking PermitsHang tag image

  • $150 Annually for Church of Our Redeemer Permit
  • $100 Annually for St. Brigid's Parish Permit

Click here to download the Parking Permit Policies

Contact the Traffic Bureau by calling 781-862-1235 for information about obtaining a permit. Permits are assigned via a waiting list.

All requests for new parking permits must be processed through the waiting list.

 

Click the above link to watch the February 9th Parking in the Center Meeting.