"At Risk" Registry
Americans with Disabilities Act video
Audio Described Video
Linda Vine, Deputy Town Manager
ADA Coordinator of the Town
Disability Commission email
Members - 8
Appointed By: Town Manager, with Selectmen’s approval
Term: 3 years
Current Commission members
News and Events
At Risk Registry - The Commission would like Lexington residents to be aware that they can participate in an "At Risk" registry designed to help inform the Lexington Police, Fire and Human Services Departments about family members who may be at risk and have unique assistance needs.
The "At Risk" registry is a voluntary program that allows family members to provide valuable information for locating and/or interacting with the at risk person. The Human Services Department staff is available to assist families with the process of filling out the persons at risk form, and provide other supports.
See the Public Meetings Calendar for meeting postings and agendas
Commission on Disability
From the Commission charge:
The Lexington Commission on Disability provides research on local problems, recommendations regarding Town policies and services, assistance with ensuring legal compliance, information and referral services, and programs – all with regard to people with disabilities.
The majority of members should have disabilities. One member shall be an immediate family member of a person with disability, and one member shall be appointed by the Town.
Full Commission charge
Town of Lexington Public Notice
Americans with Disabilities Act Requirements
The Town of Lexington advises applicants, participants, and the public that it does not discriminate on the basis of disability in admission or access to, or treatment or employment in its programs, services and activities.
The Town of Lexington has designated the following person to coordinate efforts to comply with these requirements. Inquiries and complaints should be directed to:
Linda Crew Vine, Deputy Town Manager
1625 Massachusetts Avenue
Lexington, MA 02420