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A Public Meeting is scheduled for July 12, 2021 at 6:00 p.m. at Lexington City Hall to provide information about a proposed Parks Master Plan. More information can be found on the posted Agenda.
THE TEXAS WORKFORCE COMMISSION ("TWC") IS THE ENTITY RESPONSIBLE FOR ENFORCING THE FAIR HOUSING ACT IN THE STATE OF TEXAS. YOU HAVE ONE YEAR AFTER AN ALLEGED VIOLATION TO FILE A COMPLAINT, BUT YOU SHOULD FILE IT AS SOON AS POSSIBLE. GO TO:
HTTPS://WWW.TDHCA.STATE.TX.US/FAIR-HOUSING/COMPLAINT-HOW-TO.HTM TO FILE A COMPLAINT.
The City of Lexington is planning for the future of your Parks and Recreation opportunities. The City invites the residents and members of the community to join the conversation which will help set priorities for parks, recreation facilities, trails, and greenspaces. Please take some time to answer this survey about parks and recreation in Lexington in the link below. It is a 10-question survey that takes approximately 7 minutes to complete. Encourage neighbors and other area friends to participate in this important survey as well!
State of Texas request...Please report your damage and impacts from this historic winter event, please help spread the word
The Texas División of Emergency Management has created a simple self reporting survey in order for Texans to report their damage and impacts from this recent winter event. It is very important that residents and businesses report their damage so the State receives the amount of financial support from the federal government needed to assist residents. Please help spread the word...and if you know friends, neighbors, and colleagues that have experienced some damage or some impacts from this disaster, have them fill out the survey. Posting this survey on social media is encouraged. You can access the survey going to the tdem.texas.gov/warm or clink the link to Self reporting survey.
The City of Lexington has lifted the boil water notice. Customers no longer need to boil water used for drinking, cooking and making ice. Water quality testing submitted to the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) has confirmed that tap water meets all regulatory standards and is safe to drink. If you have any questions please contact City Hall at (979) 773-2221.
DUE TO INCLEMENT WEATHER, CITY HALL WILL BE OPENING LATE FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 2021. IF YOU WISH TO FILE AN APPLICATION FOR THE CITY COUNCIL ELECTION, EMAIL YOUR SIGNED AND NOTARIZED APPLICATION TO: email@example.com OR FAX TO 979-773-3649.
Due to (1), the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) has required our water system (2) to notify customers of the need to boil their water prior to consumption.
Lexington's annual Pioneer Festival of Lights will be held Saturday, December 5, 2020 at the Lexington Log Cabins and Heritage Center. The event will begin at 5pm with Santa arriving at about 5:45pm. Everyone is encouraged to wear a mask and social distance.
Please burn with extreme caution and call the Sheriff's Office before burning. (Sheriff's Office 542-2800). To view Judge's Order click here.
Due to the recent lack of rain, extreme dry conditions are creating a substantial threat of fire. On Monday Lee County Commissioners Court approves a burn ban for Lee County, to view the Outdoor Burning Order click here.
Emergency Burn Ban Effective July 14, 2020. Please Click here to review Lee County Burn Ban Order.
Free COVID-19 (CORONAVIRUS) testing is coming to our community on Thursday, June 25th at the Woodson Community Center, 631 North Rockdale Street. Testing will be conducted from 10 AM to 7 PM. No appointment is necessary. For more information you may contact Lexington City Hall at 979-773-2221.