In the Fall of 2022, Parker Meadow became Lexington's first Universally Accessible (UA) conservation area. With UA access from the Minuteman Bikeway and the Revere Street parking area, Parker Meadow provides an elevated wooden overlook (15' x 10') with a 42" high guardrail and views of the pond, a 5-foot wide stonedust path and 5-foot wide boardwalks. The Revere Street parking area, just east of the bikeway, has 1 accessible parking space and 3 regular spaces.
The interpretive panel entitled "What is Biodiversity?" was installed at Parker Meadow in February 2023. To learn more about biodiversity and view a web version of the interpretive panel, as well as listen to audio files of the panel in English, Mandarin and Spanish, please visit the Citizens for Lexington Conservation website
In 2022, the interpretive panel entitled "What Is a Vernal Pool?" was installed on Lexington Conservation land at Hayden Woods. To learn more about vernal pools and view a web version of the interpretive panel, please visit the Citizens for Lexington Conservation website