COVID-19 Information - City of Lebanon
Welcome to the City of the Lebanon COVID-19 Information page. Please review the following for current information related to the City's response to the COVID-19 Pandemic. You can easily find this page again at LebanonNH.gov/COVID19.
At their 03/23/2022 City Council meeting, the Council voted to rescind Ordinance #2021-09, Face Masks. Effective today, March 24, 2022, face masks are no longer required in the City of Lebanon. Individuals may choose whether they would like to continue wearing a mask, and business owners have the choice of whether to require masks within their establishments.
As of April 18, 2022, face masks are no longer required at the Lebanon Airport.
Understanding that this has been a challenging time for all with many different points of view, we thank you for your patience as we worked through the public hearing process.
Please review the information below for further details regarding each topic.
Status of City Departments
The following is an ongoing list outlining the status of city departments.
City Hall Offices - City Hall is open to the public from 7am to 5pm, Monday thru Thursday, and closed on Fridays. With the rescission of Ordinance 2021-09, face masks are no longer required in City Hall.
Human Services- The Human Services Department is open to the public by appointment only. With the rescission of Ordinance 2021-09, face masks are no longer required. For more information, please visit LebanonNH.gov/HS.
Lebanon Airport - The Lebanon Municipal Airport is open and as of April 18, 2022, face masks are no longer required. For more information, please visit FlyLeb.com
Lebanon Libraries: Lebanon and Kilton Libraries are open for normal business hours with no limits on the number of people in the building. Meeting rooms are available, with a cap on the number of users based on the size of the room. Contactless pickup will continue for the foreseeable future at both locations. Masks are welcome but not required at the libraries. For more information, please visit leblibrary.com.
Lebanon Recreation, Arts, and Parks - See below for the status of all our park facilities and programs.
- All Parks are open for public use. Please visit LebanonNH.gov/Parks for more information.
- Trails - All trails are open. Please be kind to our trails and avoid use when they are muddy.
- Park Restrooms - Portable units are available at Riverside Community Park. Eldridge Park restroom is open. Civic Park portable units will be available when spring sports begin.
- Youth Sports & Programs – The full guide of spring activities is available on the Programs guide page.
- Special Events – Masks are not required at any special events. Please visit our Special Events page for more information regarding specific events.
Lebanon Police Department - The Lebanon Police Department has resumed VIN verifications and employment-related fingerprinting services for Lebanon residents, the Lebanon School District, and Lebanon businesses. With the rescission of Ordinance 2021-09, face masks are no longer required. Fingerprinting will only be done on Thursdays between the hours of 10:00 AM and 2:00 PM, and on Saturdays between 9:00 AM and 12:00 PM. More details are available on their Fingerprinting page. For VIN verifications, please call our Communications Center at 603-448-1212.
Lebanon School District - for the most current updates related to the Lebanon School District, please visit the SAU88 COVID-19 Information page.
Lebanon Solid Waste Facility - The Lebanon Solid Waste Facility remains open. With the rescission of Ordinance 2021-09, face masks are no longer required. Please visit LebanonNH.gov/SolidWaste under Regulation & Rules for more information.
Current Updates and Alerts
The following are the most recent City of Lebanon updates. For updates from the CDC, please visit Coronavirus.gov.
- 03/24/22: Lebanon Mask Ordinance Lifted
- 03/09/22: Mask Ordinance Public Hearing Scheduled for March 23, 2022
- 11/04/21: City Mask Ordinance Amended
- 09/02/21: Lebanon Mask Ordinance Reinstated
- 06/30/21: Lebanon Mask Ordinance Rescinded
- 06/29/21: Lebanon Fire Department to Provide Vaccinations at Farmers' Market
- 06/17/21: Lebanon Mask Ordinance To End On June 30
- 06/07/21: City of Lebanon Returns to In-Person Meetings
- 06/03/21: Lebanon Mask Ordinance Remains in Effect
- 06/01/21: Lebanon Farmers' Market Mask Update
- 03/22/21: Downtown Lebanon Street and Parking Area Closures
The following is information related to the COVID-19 vaccine. For information and guidance on available vaccines and the wearing of masks, please visit the CDC Vaccine Information page. Please be aware the COVID-19 vaccinations for NH residents are being managed by NH DHHS and not at a local level. For questions about the vaccination process, please visit vaccines.nh.gov or call 211. For the most up-to-date, accurate details about NH’s vaccination plan, please visit nh.gov/covid19.
Testing for COVID-19
For more information about testing in NH, please visit covid19.nh.gov or call 211.