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Do you have diseased, dying or dead trees in your lot?
05/29/2024

The City is out checking yards for trees that are diseased, dying & dead. If you have any in your yard be aware that by city ordinance they must be removed. You can read the full ordinance HERE

Letters will be going out over the next few weeks notifying residents of the ones we have seen. You will have 3 weeks to remove them, if not done, the City Forester will take them down and you will be billed for that cost.

If you have any question please contact the City. You can speak to Brenda or Scott.


New Website to pay Utility Bills
05/03/2024

The City of Lexington's online payment program has been update. If you previously had an account with them, you may need to start a new one. There have been several calls from residents that have not been able to log in with their old credentials. 

If you are unable to get a new account set up you can contact the city at 763-782-2792 to get a number for Municipays customer service, we can also take your payment over the phone.

 

You can access Municipay from the cities website 

 


Curfew Hours for Juveniles
04/02/2024

Spring is just around the corner, and with that comes warmer weather and people being outside more. With that being said, there is a curfew for children up to age 17 in affect for Lexington. You can view the full ordinance HERE .

 

It is unlawful for a juvenile under the age of twelve (12) years to be present in any public place within Anoka County:
(a) Any time between 9:00 p.m. on any Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday, and 5:00 a.m. of the following day. (b) Any time between 10:00 p.m. on any Friday or Saturday and 5:00 a.m. the following day.

 

It shall be unlawful for any juvenile age twelve (12) to fourteen (14) years to be present in any public place within Anoka County:

(a) Any time between 10:00 p.m. on any Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday, and 5:00 a.m. of the following day. (b) Any time between 11:00 p.m. on any Friday or Saturday and 5:00 a.m. on the following day.

 

It shall be unlawful for any juvenile age fifteen (15) to seventeen (17) years to be in any public place within Anoka County:
(a) Any time between 11:00 p.m. on any Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday, and 5:00 a.m. of the following day. (b) Any time between 12:01 a.m. and 5:00 a.m. on any Friday or Saturday.


Lexington City Meetings Podcast
04/01/2024

Listen to Lexington City Council Meetings on your favorite podcast app!  Podcasts are available the day following all city council meetings!

he Lexington podcast is available on the following podcast players. Let us know if you’d like to see the Lexington podcast on other players! 

Just e-mail eric@northmetrotv.com.

 

                   Scan the QR Code to be taken to North Metro TV to go to your preferred app

 

                                             


Welcome New Residents!
03/31/2024

Are you new to Lexington? Check out our New Residents page to find lots of information that will help you settle into our community. You can find a Business DirectoryCommunity Calendar and helpful Links plus who to go to for setting up your Utilities & Water & Sewer service.

 

If you plan on doing some renovations on your new home, make sure to review our Permits Page & Ordinances so you are aware of what can be done.

 

We have 2 parks in town that provide areas for outdoor fun! Memorial Park is located at 9100 Hamline Ave. (Behind the water tower) there are 5 baseball fields, playground, outdoor ice rink (weather permitting) , tennis court , pavilion and lots of room for the kids to run!

 

Lexington City Park is located at 9400 Dunlap Ave. it's a small park with playground equipment for the kids, park bench's and picnic tables that allow a relaxed area to enjoy a sunny summer day.

 

Feel free to stop in City Hall (9100 Lexington Ave.) or give us a call at (763) 784-2792 if you have questions or concerns. We are happy to help in any way we can! 

 


Where Do You Live ?
06/07/2023

Do you live in Lexington or Circle Pines? This is a question that comes up all the time. When our town was originally founded we did not have a post office nearby and were part of New Brighton's delivery area. Eventually the post office in Circle Pines was built and took over delivery for the 55014 zip code. 

 

Lexington shares this zip code so by default we show up on their mail system as Circle Pines. This then transfers to other documents such as mortgage paperwork, drivers licenses, hunting licenses etc. 

 

To make sure our identity as a separate city from those surrounding us we want to encourage everyone to make sure Lexington is listed as your city on Drivers Licenses, Official Paperwork, Bills you receive (just ask they can fix it)

 

Lets Keep our Small Town Pride!!

 

 

If you live on one of these Streets ~ You are from Lexington

 

Albert

Arona
Aspen
Boston
Centerwood
Dunlap
Edgewood (South Side of Street)
Flowerfield (North Side of Street)
Griggs
Hamline
Jackson

Lexington (West Side of Road Flowerfield to Edgerton)

Liberty
Lovell (Lexington to Hamline)
Minuteman

Naples (East Side of Street)
North Highway
Oak
Pascal
Patriot
Restwood (South Side of Street Hamline to Naples)
Ryan
South Highway
Syndicate
Woodland

 

You can view a printable map as well as the city GIS searchable maps on the  City of Lexington Maps page of our website.

 

 



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