NEW: State outlines how we will reopen Massachusetts:
► Reopening Massachusetts presentation with details on phases and businesses to be reopened
►LexReopen: Lexington's plan for reopening Town buildings and services
Lexington Public Health
- Stay home
- Sneeze or cough into a tissue or the inside of your elbow
- If you go out, you must wear a face covering if you are somewhere that social distancing isn't possible
- Stay at least 6' from other people
- Wash your hands often, for 20 seconds
- Use hand sanitizer if you can't wash your hands
- ALL TOWN BUILDINGS ARE CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC (except the Police Station foyer).
- See Town Government page for the latest information on our services and how to contact staff.
- Pine Meadows Golf Club has reopened, with restrictions
- Real Estate Taxes due June 1
- Annual Town Meeting (ATM) Postponed until June 1.
See all of the ATM documents.
- No bulky item curbside pick-up.
- Lexpress is doing on-demand scheduling.
- NEW: Update on plans to reopen Town buildings and services
- COVID-19 Resources and Frequently Asked Questions
- NEW: Helping Children Cope: Information for Parents from the CDC
- Frequently Asked Questions about the face mask order and All about face masks
- COVID-19 Symptoms
- Where to Get Tested for COVID-19
- COVID-19 information in other languages from the CDC
Vi-rút corona (COVID-19) (Vietnamese)
코로나바이러스 (COVID-19) (Korean)
COVID-19 en espanól (Spanish)
- COVID-19 rumors and scams - don't become a victim!
Scams about Stimulus payments
STATE & FEDERAL INFORMATION
- Text COVIDMA to 888777 to sign up for text updates from the State
- NEW: State has created Reopening Massachusetts website with information on phases and business reopening.
- NEW: Don't Accidently Throw Away Your Stimulus Debit Card!
- State Officials Issue Guidance for Antibody Testing
- Resources for filing Abuse Protection Orders and Harrassment Prevention Orders
- As of May 6, you must wear a face covering in public when social distancing isn't possible. See executive order.
- Unemployment payments for self-employed and others whose income has been impacted
- Massachusetts extends income tax deadline to July 15, same as federal income tax.
- Details about the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act
INFORMATION and RESOURCES
This is a very difficult and stressful time, but we are a strong community, and by staying positive and working to support each other, we will get through this together.