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City of Lexington News

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Local Election Petitions


If you are interested in serving in the community by running for local elected office, keep in mind the following dates:

Begin circulating petitions - September 30th
File petitions with City Clerk - December 12-19, 2016 between 9am-4pm
Consolidated Election Day - April 4, 2017

The following offices are up for election:  Mayor, Clerk, Treasurer and Alderman Ward 1, Ward 2 and Ward 3.

Petitions are available for pickup at City Hall.

Happy halloween night

City Halloween Party
October 31, from 2pm-5pm
Lexington School Gyms

Please joins us for some free ghoulish games, freaky fun and frightening food!

There will be a constume contest with awards given to 1st, 2nd, & 3rd place.  
Categories:  3yr and under, 4yr-Kindergarten, 1st-3rd grade, 4th-7th grade (Homemade or Purchased) and Groups.

First place winners from each category will be judged for the GRAND PRIZE!  
Costume Contest Check In - 3:00pm
Contest Begins Promptly - 3:30pm

There will be a free hot dog dinner after the contest.

Trick or Treat City Wide Hours will follow the party from 5pm-8pm


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Groundbreaking Ceremony for the new Water Treatment Plant

The City of Lexington will host a groundbreaking ceremony for the construction of their new Water Treatment Plant on Monday, September 26th at 3pm at the future Water Treatment Plant location, 905 S Pine St.  The ceremony is open to the public.  Parking will be available at the Lexington Community Church located at 805 S Pine St.

This Ceremony marks the beginning of construction for the City's new Water Treatment Plant, which will ensure reliable water for generations to come.  The new Water Treatment Plant will replace the current water plant built in 1946.  The water plant project was designed by Farnsworth Group, Inc. of Bloomington and will include installation of a horizontal pressure filter to remove iron, ion exhange vessels to continue to provied softened water, anion exchange vessels to reduce color, a 100,000 gallon grouns storage tank and a new groundwater supply well (well #8).  The new water plant will also treat groundwater from the City's four existing wells.

The approximate $4.2 million dollar project will be financed by a 20-year 1.86% interest rate Illinois Environmental Protection Agency's Public Water Supply Loan Program.  Construction on the new plant will be led by P.J. Hoerr, Inc. of Normal and is planned to be completed by winter 2017.  For more information, contact City Hall at 329 W Main St. 

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The annual LIHEAP Outreach program has been scheduled for October 4th from 8:30am-4:00pm.  The Low Income Home Energy Program will be held at City Hall.  For details on eligibility requirements and required documentation, please visit this website.  https://www.illinois.gov/dceo/CommunityServices/UtilityBillAssistance/Pages/default.aspx
329 West Main Street
Lexington, Illinois 61753
(309) 365-3331