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  1. Memorial Day Citywide Closures & Events

    In observance of Memorial Day, please be aware that City Hall, Lebanon Libraries, Lebanon Landfill, and all other City administrative offices will be CLOSED on Monday, May 27, 2019. Continue Reading...
  2. Lebanon City Clerk's Office Temporarily Short-Staffed

    The City Clerk’s office will be short-staffed until early August. With summer being our busiest season, you may experience longer than usual wait times in our office or on the phone. Here are some tips to help you complete transactions in a timely manner. Continue reading...
  3. Dana House Tour and Maple Street History

    Did you know Seminary Hill hosts the oldest existing building in Lebanon and that Maple Street is the backbone of a historic mill and rail worker neighborhood? Attend a special heritage event on June 12th to learn more. Continue reading...
  4. April 2019 Manager Update

    City Manager Updates are monthly reports that contain departmental information compiled by the Manager's Office. View updates from Airport, Assessing, Clerk, Fire, Human Services, Library, Planning, Police, Public Works, and Recreation Departments. Continue Reading...
  1. New City Finance Director

    Greg Colby was recently hired as Lebanon Finance Director and City Treasurer. He comes to us with 30+ years of municipal experience having been an auditor for 27 years and the Finance Director/Assistant Town Manager for Plaistow, NH. Learn more! Continue reading...
  2. Dog License Reminder

    As a reminder, dog licenses were due as of April 30, 2019, however, as long as your dog is licensed by May 31, 2019, you will not pay additional fines and late fees. Find out how to get your dog licensed to avoid civil forfeiture fines. Read on...
  3. Solar in Lebanon

    The City of Lebanon has selected ReVision Energy to install solar photovoltaic arrays in eight selected locations throughout the City. A presentation is scheduled for the May 15th City Council meeting. Construction would begin this summer. Continue reading...
  4. Bears Have Emerged from Hibernation

    With the arrival of spring, bears have emerged from hibernation and may be seen in your neighborhood. Please use caution and do not approach a bear to take pictures. Learn more about what to do if you spot a bear. Continue Reading...
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