Solid Waste Permits

All Lebanon residents, and residents in authorized participating communities, are required to obtain a Solid Waste permit before using the Lebanon Solid Waste Facility. Residential permits can be obtained for free by applying online OR, when available, by applying in person at your local clerk's office. 

Please carefully review the information on this page before contacting the Lebanon Solid Waste Facility or visiting your local clerk's office. 

  1. Who can apply for a permit?

The following communities may apply online for free or visit their participating local clerk's office to apply in person. Please review the following list to find out if in-person services are available. Fees may be required for in-person applications. Please check with your local clerk's office for details. Please note that Lebanon City Hall is only available to do in-person applications for Lebanon residents. Residents of other towns cannot apply at Lebanon City Hall.

  • Lebanon/West Lebanon, NH (online OR in person at Lebanon City Hall for $10).
  • Bridgewater, VT  (online only) 
  • Canaan, NH (online only) 
  • Enfield, NH (online only) 
  • Fairlee, VT (online only) 
  • Grafton, NH  (online only) 
  • Hanover/Etna, NH  (online only) 
  • Hartford (WRJ), VT (online only) 
  • Hartland, VT (online only) 
  • Lyme, NH  (online only) 
  • Newbury, NH  (online only) 
  • Norwich, VT (online only) 
  • Orange, NH (online only) 
  • Orford, NH (online only) 
  • Plainfield, NH (online OR in person at the Plainfield town office)
  • Pomfret, VT (online only)
  • Sharon, VT (online OR in person at the Sharon town office)
  • Strafford, VT (online only) 
  • Thetford, VT (online only) 
  • Vershire, VT  (online only) 
  • West Fairlee, VT (online only) 
  • Woodstock, VT (online only) 

Click here to apply online for any of the communities listed above.

  1. How much does it cost?
  1. How do I apply?
  1. Do permits expire?
  1. How do I get a temporary or one-time use permit?
  1. How do the permits work?
  1. More frequently asked questions.

If you have questions about obtaining your Residential Solid Waste Permit after reviewing this page, please contact Erica Douglas, Lebanon Solid Waste Manager.