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TEENS 12 - 17: Sign up for Our Free Summer Police Youth Academy

There are 2 sessions, each 2 weeks long (participants may only sign up for 1 session): July 22  - August 2        Aug 12... more ››

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2 important road construction projects

2 important road construction projects are taking place now through the of June: ... more ››

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Plastic Bag Reduction Bylaw in Effect Starting July 1

As of July 1, shops in Lexington cannot use thin-film, single-use plastic bags. These are defined as bags that are:

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Free Living History Day at Buckman Tavern on Sunday, June 30

Meet costumed reenactors showcasing 18th century trades and activities on the lawn beside Buckman Tavern, including yarn spinning, ... more ››

Mental Health and Wellness Task Force

Town and School Collaboration Receives Funding for 3 Years to Support Mental Health & Wellness Task Force

The Town of Lexington and Lexington Public Schools were recently awarded a 3-year, $59,950 implementation grant from Community Health... more ››

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Town Office Building is open until 7 PM on Tuesdays

In order to better serve the needs of the residents, the Town Office Building is now open Tuesday evenings. 
Schedule:... more ››

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Lexington residents have lost well over $100,000 to phone and email scams just this year.

Do Not Give or Send Money to Anyone You Don't KnowAll of these are examples of phone and email SCAMS... more ››

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Which takes longer - locking your car or replacing your license and credit cards?

Do you leave your car unlocked when you're just going to be a moment?

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Fire Chief Derek Sencabaugh sworn in

 On April 30,  Lexington Assistant Chief Derek Sencabaugh was officially sworn in as our new Fire Chief.

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CURBSIDE TEXTILE RECYCLING starts the week of May 13

Even if they're not good enough to wear anymore, they can still be recycled!

Beginning May 13, 2019, a... more ››

Doug Lucente, new Chair, Jill Hai, new Vice-Chair

Board of Selectmen elect new Chair, Vice-Chair; and why isn't it called the Select Board?

Suzie Barry, the previous Chair of the Board of Selectmen, had reached her limit of three 1-year terms as Chair. So at their Monday, April... more ››

Scam Alert

Potential Scam Has Targeted Lexington Residents

Town officials have been made aware of a potential scam affecting Lexington residents where they receive phone calls and emails informing... more ››

TriCon Barber Shop owner Paul McMahon and Lexington firefighter Peter Ricci hold an MDA "pin-up" card

Lexington Firefighters help raise funds for MDA

Firefighters help others for a living — and their public service doesn't end there. In 2017, more than 100,000 firefighters in the US... more ››

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Community Choice electricity program to provide 100% renewable electricity with continued savings and 24 months of price stability

The Community Choice program provides participating residents and businesses with electricity partially or completely generated... more ››

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Donate to Our New Visitors' Center

For generations, Lexingtonians have been proud stewards of the Birthplace of American Liberty, sharing the significance of the events that... more ››

Lexington Energy Challenge

The Lexington Energy Challenge: Incentives, Rebates and Zero % Loans

The Lexington Energy Challenge connects Lexington residents to the Mass Save Residential... more ››