Boards & Commissions

Boards and Commission are Mayor recommendations  and Council approval.  Some committee members serve indefinitely while other members are assigned to a two or four year term.

Boards and Commissions are an important part of Lexington’s governmental operations.  Each Board or Commission member is a dedicated Village resident who donates many hours working with the Village Administration or Council to carry out the policies and objectives of the Village.  All meetings of these Boards and Commissions are open to the public.  For information on meeting dates, times or agendas of these Boards and Commissions, please visit our calendar of events page.  If you are interested is serving on a Board or Commission, please contact the Clerk of Council or the Mayor’s office.

Cemetery Board

The Cemetery is mandated by Troy Township.  Questions or concerns please call one of the following:

  • Sexton Jeff Worley 419-610-6416
  • Trustee Tom McCready 419-565-5584
  • Trustee Mike Schuster 419-989-5406
  • Trustee Luke Wittmer 419-512-0425

Tree Commission

Tree Commission – A seven-member Board consisting of the Mayor, a member of Village Council, and five electors of the Village appointed by the Mayor with consent of Village Council to overlapping terms of four-years.  The Tree Commission is responsible for management of the Village’s urban forest including those trees in public rights-of-way and on public grounds such as Village parks or reserves.  The Tree Commission shall recommend action for the planting, pruning, maintenance and treatment or removal of any tree within the Village’s jurisdiction.

Village Planning Commission

A seven-member Board consisting of the Mayor, two representatives appointed by Village Council, and four electors of the Village appointed by the Mayor to six-year overlapping terms.  The Planning Commission’s duties shall include the preparation and updating of long-range comprehensive plans for the Village along with zoning regulations, subdivision regulations and other development standards, and the review of site plans and subdivision plans.  The Planning Commission also serves in an appeals capacity, hearing appeals from developers or property owners concerning decisions of the zoning inspector, design review for the Lexington Design Review Overlay District, and holding public hearings on petitions for zoning amendments or variances.