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The City of Lexington was incorporated in 1950 and established their initial water supply in 1966. Today, Lexington city water services 100% of the City’s residents and comes from one groundwater well that is completed in a deep Quaternary drift aquifer. The City also purchases water from the City of Blaine.

The City of Lexington uses phosphates to control iron and manganese and adds chlorine and fluoride to the pumped well water before it is distributed to homes and businesses in the City. Click here to view the Drinking Water Consumer Confidence Report for 2020. If you still have questions about Lexington’s drinking water after viewing the report, contact Lexington City Hall at 763-784-2792.

Wellhead Protection

In order to protect the City’s wells, the City of Lexington has developed a Wellhead Protection Plan, approved by MDH. The City just recently finished an update to their Plan. Lexington was a founding member of the Anoka County Municipal Wellhead Protection Group, which formed in 2010 (although the initial planning group formed in 1997), and continues to be a participant in the group. The City Administrator of Lexington is currently the Chair of the group. If you have questions regarding Lexington’s Wellhead Protection Plan, contact Lexington’s Wellhead Protection Manager, Bill Petracek, City Administrator, at 763-784-2792. For more information on Wellhead Protection Plans in general, refer to the MDH Source Water Protection webpage.

Links and Resources

Be sure to check out the City of Lexington’s website (http://www.ci.lexington.mn.us/) and the links below:

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