Greenways Corridor Committee

Overview

The Greenways Corridor Committee is charged with actively planning, installing and maintaining pedestrian, bicycle and other greenways corridors known as ACROSS (Accessing Conservation, Recreation, Open Space, Schools and Streets) Lexington, The Rick Abrams Memorial Trail Network for the purpose of linking Town Conservation, Recreation, and other open space parcels as well as connections to regional trail systems and open space in neighboring communities.

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Meetings

Meetings are generally held on the first Thursday of each month, from 4:30 PM to 6:00 PM. See the Public Meetings Calendar for specific meeting details.

Agendas & Minutes

Agendas are available prior to the meetings. Minutes are available following approval.

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Members

9 members
Appointed by: Select Board
Term: 3 years

Members should have a commitment to the importance to the community of developing off-road pedestrian and bicycle corridors as well as the environmental benefits of preserving greenway corridor connections between disparate conservation parcels and other public open space. Members should also have an interest in advancing both walking and bike riding for transportation and advocating for a more walkable and bikeable community. Appointments should be made to ensure broad community representation. Membership should include representatives from groups such as the Conservation Stewards, Citizens for Lexington Conservation, and the Friends of Lexington Bikeways/Bike Lexington.

Current committee members.

Projects

The Committee's projects include:

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