DTE will be in our area.
DTE Energy work crews will soon be visiting our area to trim, and if necessary, remove trees growing too close to power lines.
You may see arborist planners in your yard or neighboorhood inspecting the power lines and trees to deterime where trimming is needed. Arborist planners will be wearing yellow DTE Energy vests and carrying ID badges.
If tree work is needed on your property, the arborist planner will knock on your door. If you are not home. they will leave a "Tree Work Schedule" door card. If you have any questiosn about the work intended for your property, please call the number on the door card.
For more information regarding DTE's tree trimming program, visit our web site at dteenergy.com/treecare.
In October, the Village of Lexington was awarded the Merit Award by the Committee to Keep Michigan Beautiful. We would like to thank the Downtown Development Authority, the Lakeshore Garden Club, the Lexington Business Association, the Village of Lexington DPW, Environmental Committee and Lexington Gardens for their large contribution to the beautificiation of our beaches, parks, cemeteries, and downtown area.
Village of Lexington
7227 Huron Ave Suite 100
Lexington, MI 48450
LEXINGTON POLICE DEPARTMENT
Call 911 / Non-emergency 810-359-8242
VILLAGE OF LEXINGTON
Phone: 810-359-8631 Fax: 810-359-5622 Monday-Friday 8AM - 4 PM
Village Manager Sean Adams Ext. 105
EFFECTIVE FEBRUARY 1, 2017 ALL MEETINGS WILL BE HELD AT THE VILLAGE HALL 7227 HURON AVENUE
Now hiring Part Time Police Officers
for job descriptions click on Employment Opportunities
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Emterra Environmental USA will NOT pick up construction and building materials, tires, paint or batteries. Residents are allowed one large item per week but you must call Emterra to schedule a special pick up. Items containing freon must be freon free before pick up. Recycling must be in recycle bins or in clear plastic bags. All cardboard boxes must be broken down.
Please be reminded that leaf burning is NOT permitted within the village limits. Which items should be recycled and which items should not? (click here)
Curbside pick up of yard debris, brush and leave will begin April 4 and will continue every other Monday (except for Holidays) through November 28, 2016. Leaves, twigs must be in marked containers and bundled branches must be 4' and no more than 50 lbs.
Village of Lexington Yard Waste Schedule for 2016 (click here)
OUR MISSION STATEMENT
The Village of Lexington is a jewel, nestled on the shore of Lake Huron. This municipal corporation exists for the purpose of providing the best possible services to our citizens while maintaining fiscal integrity and strong management. Our mission requires us to provide a competitive, high quality supply of water to those neighboring communities who purchase water from us. Further, as the owner of the Municipal mobile home park, we have the responsibility to operate and maintain a facility that reflects the high standards our citizens require and deserve.
Senate Bill No. 810 Public Act 523, effective 3/28/2013 “A Village shall hold its regular election for Village Offices at the General Election and will be conducted by the appropriate township.”
If you have any questions, please contact the Village Office 810-359-8631.