Other Related Links
For information on the West Lexington Greenway, a proposed system of hiking and off road biking trails from Turning Mill Road to Lincoln Street, visit the Greenway Corridor Committee website>>
For a list of native plants suitable for landscape planting in Lexington, reference the Plant Materials Guide for Lexington (updated 2/22/11)>>
For information about stormwater run-off, visit the Town's stormwater run-off website>>
For questions and concerns about wildlife and domestic animals in Lexington, contact the Animal Control Officer through the Town of Lexington's Police Department>>
To download Lexington's current Open Space and Recreation Plan, visit the Town of Lexington's Recreation Department website>>
For questions about Lexington's tree by-law and street trees, contact the Town of Lexington's Tree Committee>>
For questions about town recreation land, including parks, playgrounds, fields, and swimming facilities, contact the Town of Lexington's Recreation Department>>
For questions about recycling and composting in Lexington, contact the Town of Lexington's Division of Environmental Services>>
For information about the Minuteman Bikeway, visit their website>>
For information about the Minuteman National Historic Park and the Battleroad Trail, go to the National Park Service website>>
Citizens for Lexington Conservation is a non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation and promotion of the natural environment in the Town of Lexington.
The Global Warming Action Coalition raises awareness about global warming and climate change.
The Greenways Corridor Committee develops trails and open space connections throughout Lexington.