The holiday lights are here. If you enjoy the festive lights during the holidays please consider making a donation. The volunteers Holiday Lighting Committee works very hard with the folks from the Lexington Public Works Department to make it all happen, but it can’t be done without help from individuals and businesses.

During the pandemic, Lexington’s Economic Development Office is maintaining a list of restaurants that are open for takeout and delivery and retail stores that will deliver and provide shopping assistance.


The Lexington Retailer’s Association’s vision is to have a diverse town with thriving local businesses.


Expand and support the town’s independent, locally owned businesses, in the town center and throughout Lexington.

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Shopping and eating locally doesn’t just help local business owners — it helps your entire community.

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Signs of Inspiration

ArtSpan is looking forward to 2021, and more so with a special public art project of jumbo letters.  This project was catalyzed in response to Lexington’s Economic Development Department’s interest in winter placemaking activities.

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Reassurance from Your Neighbors, The Businesses of Lexington

As your neighbors, we are navigating together through these trying times dealing with the threats to our health and welfare posed by COVID-19. We want you to know that our goal is to maintain safe spaces, so you can retain as much of a normal lifestyle as possible under the current circumstances. The businesses of Lexington are working together to provide comfort and support to our much valued patrons. 

As a way to remain grounded, remember that your local businesses are OPEN and here for YOU. More than that, we are all being creative to provide you with options to meet your needs. 

Just a phone call to your local store can:

  • Provide you hours of operation, 
  • Assist you with purchasing by phone
  • Provide answers to questions about your various needs

If you feel uneasy entering a business, we may be able to arrange for:

  • Curbside pick-up
  • Home delivery
  • Appointment shopping

Your local businesses want to best support you. We also want to reassure you that our top priority is the health of our customers and our employees. We are closely monitoring developments and have adopted best practices provided by the CDC, the state of Massachusetts, and the town of Lexington. 

So be sure to remember your local businesses, who are here to meet your needs.

Thank You,

Your Lexington BusinessesE

Eric Michelson, President

Lexington Retailer’s Association

Caryl Dlugy, Chair

Lexington Chamber of Commerce