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Lex Utilities LogoLexington Utilities is a municipally owned and operated public utility system which provides a "one-stop shop" for utility services of Electric, Water Resources, and Natural Gas services to residential, commercial and industrial customers of the City of Lexington, NC and Davidson County. The various utilities and support staff of Customer Service and Marketing operate under the leadership of the Director of Public Utilities.

Whether it is your business or home, Lexington Utilities takes pride in delivering reliable utility services by always providing prompt, courteous, professional utility service for all our customers 24 hours a day, seven days a week. 

The mission of Lexington Utilities is to provide safe and reliable services for our customers at the lowest cost possible; to maintain and operate facilities that assure safe, dependable electricity, natural gas, water, and sewer: and to plan for the future to assure adequate resources with progressive, but sound, economic reasoning.

At Lexington Utilities, it is all about our customers. Our Marketing Department is committed to assist you in seeking the most cost effective utility solution.  If you are interested in the services we offer or have questions, please contact us

  • Jan 16
    City Phasing in New Yard Waste Cart Program!

    Tuesday's collection day is the first weekly cycle to try out the new carts, which are being delivered late January with a start date of Feb. 6th.

  • Dec 21
    The Fire at Dixie Furniture (LFI Plant 1)

    The dust is beginning to settle from one of the largest fires in Lexington history. Crews continue to monitor the mounds of brick and twisted metal that once was Dixie Furniture.

  • Dec 21
    Dixie Furniture Fire Press Conference

    Watch the video of the press conference following the fire at the former Dixie Furniture plant.

  • Nov 13
    Stormwater Ordinance In Place

    Recently new regulations became effective on November 13, 2017, and apply to all new development and redevelopment of land that is one or more acres in the City of Lexington.

Last updated: 11/1/2017 8:33:26 AM