Streetlight Conversion Project

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Project Overview

The City of Lebanon is currently working on a plan to convert all streetlights to light-emitting diode (LED) fixtures. This conversion project, when complete, has the potential to provide significant annual energy and maintenance savings, to reduce greenhouse gasses and light pollution, as well as offer superior lighting for improved safety for pedestrians, bicyclists, and drivers.

Update: Final Streetlight Removal List

In preparation for Lebanon’s streetlight conversion project, the City has made a determination of which streetlights to remove. The removal list has been posted along with further information about the project. Continue reading... 

Community Conversations

This project officially kicks-off with two COMMUNITY CONVERSATIONS to be held on:

  • Monday, May 6, 2019, 5:30pm
    Council Chambers, City Hall, 
    51 North Park Street, Lebanon
  • Thursday, May 9, 2019, 6:30pm 
    Multi-Purpose Room, Mount Lebanon School, 
    White Avenue, West Lebanon

Proposed Streetlight Removal

Following the 2018 adoption of Administrative Policy ADM-109: Lighting of Public Ways/Places/Parking Facilities, a total of 89 streetlights were selected for removal. 

In advance of the Community Conversation meetings, you may see this flyer posted on a streetlight in your neighborhood, or elsewhere around the city. This flyer is a marker for those lights the City is proposing to remove as part of the conversion project.

  • Streetlight Map - You can view an interactive map of all streetlights marked for removal at
  • Objection Form - You will have an opportunity to object to the removal of a streetlight by completing our Streetlight Objection Form. Objections must be submitted by June 9, 2019.

Benefits of LED Lighting

The benefits of LED lighting include:

  • Significant annual energy and maintenance savings
  • Longer lifespan
  • Reduction of Greenhouse Gasses
  • Superior overall light quality which increases safety for pedestrians, bicyclists, and drivers
  • Reduction of Light Pollution/Protection of our night sky

Additional Information

For more information about this project, please view the Streetlight Conversion Project presentation.

Should you have questions, comments, or concerns, please contact our Energy & Facilities Manager, Tad Montgomery, via email at or by phone at 603-442-6140. 

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