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  1. City of Lebanon Rabies Clinic and Dog Licensing Event

    The Lebanon City Clerk’s office is excited to announce that we are teaming up with Stonecliff Animal Clinic to offer a Rabies Vaccination Clinic and Dog Licensing Event! Read on...
  2. Come Visit with Abe Lincoln

    Come visit Abe Lincoln (aka Steve Wood) on Friday, May 17, 2019 at 7pm at the Lebanon Soldiers Memorial Building as he comments on his early life, connection with NH, Stephen Douglas debates, his presidential run, the Civil War, and Gettysburg Address. Continue reading...
  3. City Hall Elevator Temporary Closure

    The elevator in Lebanon City Hall will be temporarily closed for repairs starting Monday, April 29th through Thursday, May 2nd. During this time, no public meetings will be held in City Hall due to ADA compliance. 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...
  1. C&D Waste No Longer Accepted Starting May 1st

    To increase disposal capacity at the Lebanon Landfill, the City of Lebanon has decided to no longer accept construction and demolition waste starting May 1, 2019. Learn more about this decision and find out where C&D is still accepted. Continue reading...
  2. Changing How We Bill for Water & Sewer

    Effective July 1, 2019, the City is implementing a change to the current Water & Sewer Rate Structure. You are encouraged to attend our Community Conversations to learn how this new structure will be implemented and how it could affect your bill. Continue reading...
  3. March 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...
  4. Delinquent 2018 Property Tax Payments

    Please be advised that the online option for making payments toward outstanding 2018 property tax will be suspended on April 26. During this time, 2018 property taxes can be paid by cash or cashier's check and received in our office no later than May 1. Continue reading...
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