Spring/Summer 2014 Program Brochure
2014 Swim Tag Registration Information
General Program and Registration Information
Directions to Recreation Facilities
Family Trips with Collette Family Vacations
Greenway Corridor Committee/ACROSS Lexington
Jobs and Volunteering
Open Space and Recreation Plan
Parks, Playgrounds & Fields
RECREATION GIS SITE
Recreation Internship Program
Useful Numbers and Web Addresses
- Due to the continued closure of our grass athletic fields, the baseball and softball teams at Lexington High School will continue to hold practices in the Field House until approximately 7:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday evening this week. THE FIELD HOUSE SHOULD OPEN by 7:30 PM March 31 - April 3. We apologize for the inconvenience to our partrons.
- Due to recent heavy rainfall, the opening of the Pine Meadows Golf Course has been postponed until Friday, April 4. Resident Golf ID Cards are available at the Recreation Department Office.
Download Our Spring/Summer 2014 Program Brochure
Swim tags for the 2014 season will go on sale on Monday, March 3rd.
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- Replacement of the "carpet" on Lincoln Field #1 began on October 28. The field and the outer parking area along Lincoln Street closest to Field #1 will be closed during construction. Vehicular access to the facility is limited to the entrance closest to the Little League Field. Thank you for your cooperation.
Office Hours: 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday
Office Phone Number: (781) 698-4800
Recorded Program Information and Cancelations: (781) 698-4810
Recreation Department Directory:
|Director of Recreation
|Part-Time Department Clerk
Description of Services:
The Lexington Recreation Department is where Lexington residents can participate in year-round, unique, quality programs. Led by excellent, qualified instructors, these programs offer participants affordable opportunities for a wide variety of passive and active recreation. The goal of the Recreation Department is to provide recreational facilities and programs for Lexington residents. Please let us know about barriers that prevent participation. We are proud of our work with members of the community in creating exciting and successful programs. Please help us as we try to expand our ability to provide meaningful and accessible recreational opportunities for all. Your suggestions are welcomed.
The Lexington Recreation Department has operated as an Enterprise Fund since 1991. Recreation programs are self-supported by setting user fees to cover all expenses. The Director of Recreation, through the Recreation Committee, sets fees with the approval of the Board of Selectmen. The Recreation Department operating budget supports staff that manages and delivers recreation programs along with the supplies needed to operate those programs. Surplus revenues generated through the Recreation Enterprise (Recreation and Pine Meadows Golf Club) helps fund Capital Improvement Projects and financially supports some services provided to the Recreation Department by the Department of Public Works, Public Grounds Division, and payment of $100,000 per year towards the Lincoln Park debt.