Public Works Department
🚧Posted Roads: The City of Lebanon has lifted the seasonal weight restrictions on roads effective April 25, 2022.
- When Are You Open?
- What Goes Where?
- Try our Recycling App!
- Solid Waste Permits
- Landfill Punch Cards
- Businesses and Haulers
- Landfill Gas to Energy Project
- Food Waste Drop-Off Program
- Hazardous Waste Collection
- Holiday Information
- Regulation & Rules
- Solid Waste Reporting
- Refill Not Landfill
- Solid Waste FAQs
The Department of Public Works has heard from residents requesting a change in the timing of the lights along NH Route 12A. Unfortunately, the changing of light sequences is not a simple or quick process. Continue Reading...
The City of Lebanon has completed its software transition for utility billing to BS&A, which continues to use InvoiceCloud for credit card payment processing. Third-quarter water/sewer bills should be arriving in the mail later this week. View Complete Details...
F.O.G. is a term used in the wastewater field to describe fats, oils, and grease. These products are introduced into the waste stream from cooking, showering, dishwashing, mechanical maintenance, and other sources of everyday life. Continue Reading...
On September 16, 2022, a volunteer effort, coordinated with Granite United Way's "Day of Caring", cleaned and beautified historic headstones at the Glenwood Cemetery. Continue Reading...
The Solid Waste Division recently took delivery of a tarp deployment system that allows staff to use tarps to cover trash instead of soil. Each time tarps are used, six inches of landfill volume are preserved, extending the useful life of our landfill. View complete details.
A friendly reminder to our local dog lovers, owners, and sitters. It has come to our attention that some are falling short in their duty to properly dispose of pet waste. Please review the rules and keep our local parks, sidewalks, and cemeteries clean. View complete details.