7227 Huron Avenue, Lexington, MI 48450
Phone: (810) 359-8631
The Lexington Planning Commission supports the Village’s growth and development through strong planning, zoning, and design practices. Established under the Michigan Planning Enabling Act, the nine-member board is appointed by the Village President and is responsible for:
Creating, implementing, and maintaining the village’s master plan.
Drafting and implementing the Village’s zoning ordinance, including a review of the proposed development.
Research and facilitation of other special projects as requested by Council.
Members come from a variety of backgrounds and are residents and business owners in the Village. The commission meets monthly on the first Monday at 7:00 p.m. in Village Hall. See the commission’s most recent annual report for an idea of past activities and upcoming priorities. The commission’s bylaws can be found here.
Interested in applying to join the Planning Commission? Members must be residents of Lexington, able to attend monthly meetings, bring an open mind to discussions, and be willing to put in some hours outside of meeting time to meet the commission’s goals. Visit the Boards & Commissions Appointments page for details on the process.
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All meetings are held at 7:00 PM on the 1st Monday of each month in the Lexington Village Hall 7227 Huron Avenue, Lexington Michigan.
The Planning Commission consists of 9 members who are appointed by the Council President. The Planning Commission is vested with all the authority, powers and duties given to such commission by the provisions of said Act 285 of 1931, as amended, and the ordinances of the village, including the zoning ordinance.
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.