Businesses are extremely important to the Town of Lexington. By providing employment opportunities to residents of the community and by generating the flow of cash back into the community, they help the region remain economically stable and vital. By partnering with local non-profit organizations and schools, they serve many community needs that would otherwise go unmet. By locating close to the town's numerous neighborhoods, businesses help with "smart growth" endeavors that translate into more people working in close proximity to where they live, which helps reduce the strain on public infrastructure and increases the quality of life of those who choose to forgo long commutes. And by keeping attractive storefronts, businesses enhance the Town of Lexington's aesthetic character and beauty. In short, businesses do a lot that helps make the town an attractive place to live and work.
  1. Bid Opportunities

    Access bids and request for proposals for consultants, service providers, contractors, vendors, and suppliers.

  2. Business Directory

    Search a listing of businesses and organizations that operate in the area.

  3. Business Licenses

    The Office of Business Licensing is responsible for administering the business license ordinance.

  4. Business & Development Services Center

    The Business and Development Services Center serves 2 primary functions: staff members assist prospective business owners with the process of opening a business within the Town of Lexington, and they walk developers and builders through the commercial and residential construction process.

  5. Development Guide (PDF)

    Download a helpful development guide.

  6. Local Vendors

    Lexington Town Council has recently expanded the existing local vendor preference to further encourage economic activity in the Town, the central midlands region and throughout the state of South Carolina.

  7. Property Checks

    Going Out of Town? The Lexington Police Department provides free property checks for residents or business owners while they are out of town.

  8. Security Survey

    At its heart, community oriented policing is a philosophy under which enforcement, prevention, problem solving, and community involvement are used simultaneously to attack crime and its root causes. Because community oriented policing requires a proactive approach to be successful, the police and community must work together as partners in identifying and addressing issues and problems.

  9. Traffic Projects

    Get information about traffic projects currently underway.