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Lexington, Illinois
Lexington Municipal Code Now Online! PDF Print E-mail

On June 14th the Lexington City Council passed Ordinance 2010-4 adopting the recodified City code.  To "codify" means to arrange and systematize.  Codification is the collection and organization of all our ordinances of general and permanent nature into a numbered and stylized document that is easy-to-read and easy-to-access.  Codifying also includes legal review and revision of City ordinances to correct conflicts and inconsistencies.  We have effectively arranged general and administration codes, zoning and building codes and subdivision construction codes into one file.  Special thanks to the all City Council members who spent several hours reviewing the City code and to Hank Brill for serving as Chairman of the project.

Our completed code will be a useful resource for everyone in the community as well as for prospective residents and prospective commercial and residential developers.  It is now published in an easy-to-use, expandable format designed to accommodate future legislation.  The Lexington Code can be found on the Local Government page of our web site and is accessed by clicking on the "Lexington Code" navigation button.  A printed copy will be placed at the Lexington Public Library and is available for viewing at City Hall.

John Mohr


Last Updated on Friday, 20 August 2010 07:58
How much water are we using?? PDF Print E-mail
Written by Administrator   
Friday, 18 December 2009 13:13

When you look at the consumption figures every month that tell you how much water you have used in the preceding month, maybe these facts will help you decide where it went:
   Household faucets          3-5 gallons per minute
   Shower                         5-10 gallons per minute
   Tub Bath                       50 gallons, if full
   Toilet flushing                 5-7 gallons, unless you have low-flow fixtures
   Dishwasher                    15-25 gallons
   Washing machine            35 gallons
   Lawn watering               35 gallons per 1/2 acre
   Dripping faucet              1000 gallon + per year

Last Updated on Friday, 11 March 2011 15:09
Animal Control Notes PDF Print E-mail

The City of Lexington has and enforces leash laws for pets.  For the protection of both your pet and the community, your pet should be registered at City Hall.  This is a free service, and only requires you to provide the current rabies tag number and the dates of the pet's most recent injections.  You may complete this registration at City Hall.
Any other information you can provide about your pet will help our Animal Control Officer  get your pet back to you safely if it should escape your residence or it's leash.
Also for the health and safety of our residents, Ordinance requires you as a responsible pet owner, to be prepared with necessary supplies to clean up after your pet as you walk away from home.

If purchasing part numbers which do not begin with "46 Or 47" To be shipped within USA but for MSI P43 Neo3-F TPM Device Driver use outside USA, please complete and fax Legacy Cell Phone Signal Booster Customer Statement right after placing such an order. Flip the keyboard back towards the LCD and let it rest there.

Last Updated on Friday, 11 March 2011 15:24
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