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  1. Lebanon Signs Contract to Construct Citywide Solar Arrays

    As a major step towards accomplishing its sustainability goals, the City of Lebanon recently signed a contract with ReVision Energy to construct solar PV arrays on eight City properties. Construction should start in the next couple of weeks. Continue reading...
  2. The Recreation and Parks Office has Moved!

    The Lebanon Recreation and Parks office recently moved locations and has reopened in their new space at River Valley Community College. Entry for their new office is through the main entrance doors of River Valley Community College on the Lebanon Mall. Continue reading...
  3. New Landfill Fees: What You Need to Know

    On July 24, 2019, the Lebanon City Council approved a number of updated fees for disposal of various types of waste and updated City regulations associated with managing solid waste. Find out how these changes affect you. Continue reading...
  4. Advance Transit Launches New Yellow Line Bus Service

    Good news from one of the Upper Valley’s key transportation providers! Advance Transit has launched a new bus route, the Yellow Line, expanding the range of free transit in our region. Continue reading...
  1. Council Requests Applications for Vacant Council Seat

    The resignation of Councilor Shane Smith has created a City Council vacancy in the Ward 2 voting district. City Council is accepting applications for this vacant seat until August 4, 2019. Learn more about the qualifications needed to apply. Continue reading...
  2. June 2019 Manager Update

    City Manager Updates are monthly reports that contain departmental information compiled by the Manager's Office. View updates from Airport, Clerk, Fire, Human Services, Library, Planning, Police, Public Works, and Recreation Departments. Continue Reading...
  3. Lebanon Community Power Awarded Grant

    On Tuesday, June 18, 2019, the NH CDFA awarded the City of Lebanon a $75,000 tax credit grant to aid in the development and launch of Lebanon Community Power. Continue reading...
  4. Streetlight Conversion Project to Begin

    The City of Lebanon is currently working on a plan to convert all streetlights to LED fixtures. The first step in the conversion process is to identify and remove streetlights that may not be necessary. Learn more about this project and upcoming meetings. Continue reading...
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