Combined Sewer Overflow No. 11
Please be advised that final paving will be occurring Tuesday, and Wednesday August 10th and 11th, beginning at 7am on the following...
MJS Landscapers will be out Tuesday May 11th and Wednesday May 12th, restoring lawns in the CSO#12 and CSO#11 areas. This was an opt-in option and those who responded back to the City were added to the...
The City of Lebanon Department of Public Works will be sending letters to those individuals whose lawns were impacted by the...
Line Striping Mechanic Street, Mascoma Street , High Street and Market Street-Friday, August 21st. Line Striping on Mechanic Street from High Street Intersection to Exit 19, as well as...
Line Striping Mechanic Street, Mascoma Street , High Street and Market Street
Phase 1 Information
Phase 2 Information
Frequently Asked Questions
How Long Is This Going to Take?
In total, we expect that we will be working on your street for 12 to 14 weeks. Construction start date is June 2016.
Which Streets are Involved?
The following streets will be affected:
- Cooper Street
- Portions of Bank St. & Bank St. Extension
- Bliss Street
- Cameron Avenue
- Child Street
- Granite Street
- Guyer Street
- High Street
- Light Street
- Mascoma Street
- Mason Street
- Mechanic Street
- West Street
- Worthen Street
- Young Street
Will My Property Be Affected?
MAYBE. The City’s Combined Sewer Overflow (CSO) projects are comprehensive in nature. They include the replacement of sewer lines, water lines, and the street’s drainage system. Depending on the character of the area in which you live, combined with input from you and your neighbors, existing sidewalks may be upgraded, or new sidewalks may be added. As we plan for the future of Lebanon, we are working towards unifying Lebanon’s street network. In this effort, we are striving to create livable/walkable neighborhoods. Your input is highly desired!
Please understand that we will always be mindful and respectful of the historical background of your neighborhood. We know you have concerns about the possible impacts to your land and trees. Please know that we will strive to evaluate all aspects of your property in advance of construction. Any changes or potential impacts will be discussed with you.
It is also important to note that whenever/wherever possible, we work within the confines of the City’s Right-of-Way. However, there may be times when easements are needed from you to complete the project. Again these will be discussed with you in advance of construction.