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It's Moving Day!
Even though we're moving and City Hall offices are closed, your 1/9/20 edition of LebNews is still on schedule. LebNews is sent every Thursday to keep you informed of events and news happening in the City of Lebanon. You can subscribe to this and other City communications at LebanonNH.gov/Subscribe. Don't forget to forward to a friend!

The light display on the Mall in Lebanon! Photo submitted by Devon Blanchard.

LebNH Photo of the Week

The light display on the Mall in Lebanon! Photo submitted by Devon Blanchard. Do you have photos of Lebanon or West Lebanon you are willing to share? Help us build a showcase of LebNH Life by submitting them at LebanonNH.gov/Photos

City Hall Relocation Underway

Please be aware that, as part of the City Hall renovation project, ALL City Hall Offices are being relocated to 20 West Park Street in Lebanon (formerly Citizens Bank) during the second week in January.

To facilitate the move, all City Hall offices are CLOSED ON Thursday, January 9th and Friday, January 10th and will REOPEN on Monday, January 13, 2020 in the new location. 

City Hall Offices include the following departments: City Manager, City Clerk, Planning & Development, Assessing, Finance, and Human Resources. Please note that the Recreation and Parks office is NOT moving and is operating as usual at its current location inside River Valley College.

Hours of Operation
Office hours at the new location will begin on Monday, January 13, 2020 and remain as they are now, Monday-Friday, 8:00am – 4:30pm. City Hall offices will remain at 20 West Park Street until renovations are complete, which is anticipated to be sometime in October 2020.

Government Meetings 

Following the relocation, all government meetings currently held at City Hall will be held in meetings rooms at 20 West Park Street, unless noticed for a different location.

Lebanon Opera House

Programming at the Lebanon Opera House will continue as normal throughout the renovation. City Hall will be open to the public for all events at LOH, however, the organization’s administrative and box office will be relocated to 20 West Park Street. More information about day-of-ticket purchases and pick-up procedures will be made available by the Opera House in the coming weeks LebanonOperaHouse.org.

Future Updates
Informational updates about the relocation will continue to be announced here in LebNews and on the City's website. Please note that phone service at City Hall offices may be interrupted during the move.

City plows with notice that sidewalks with obstructions will not be plowed

City Plows and Sidewalks

Winter weather is upon us and the Public Works Department would like to remind residents and property owners of the following rules, especially as they relate to sidewalk plowing. 
  • Please do not park on, obstruct, or block sidewalks - this forces pedestrians to walk out into traffic and prevents our sidewalk tractors from plowing the sidewalks. No one is grandfathered when it comes to blocking or parking on a sidewalk. Parking on sidewalks is always prohibited.
  • Sidewalks with obstructions WILL NOT be plowed.
  • Cars and trash bins blocking the sidewalks cause undue safety hazards for both the plow operators and the citizens attempting to use them. Please note that according to City Code § 97-1Ccurbside refuse containers and/or recycling containers, once emptied, MUST be removed by the owner from the public way within 24 hours. 
  • During a winter storm if you see a plow truck coming off a side street, please allow room for the plow to operate. Most times the plow will be backing up to re-enter the street it just left.
Thank you for doing your part to help us keep our streets and sidewalks clear during the winter months. For more information about Winter Operations including our Winter Parking Ban, please visit LebanonNH.gov/Winter

Filing Period for March Municipal Election

The filing period for the March 10, 2020 City & School Election will begin at 9:00 AM on Tuesday, January 25 and will end at 5:00 PM on Tuesday, February 11, 2020.
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Supervisor Sessions and Extended Hours

The Supervisors of the Voter Checklists will be in session three times prior to the Presidential Primary for the purpose of additions and corrections to the voter checklist. The City Clerk's Office will also be offering extended hours on two Saturdays for voter registration and absentee balloting.
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K9 Nitro wearing Rex Specs goggles

K9 Nitro Receives Rex Specs

On January 7th, K9 Nitro received Rex Specs dog goggles from a generous anonymous donor. The Lebanon Police Department will now be matching this donation and purchasing two more Rex Specs for the entire K9 Unit.
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Recreation & Parks Highlights

Full Moon Fiesta Postponed to Saturday, Feb. 8th from 6pm to 8pm at Storrs Hill Ski Lodge. Enjoy light food and hot beverages from local sponsoring restaurants. For information on participating local restaurants, please visit our event page. Register online at LebanonNH.gov/Register.

Intro to Belly Dancing – Saturday, Jan 11th from 11am to 12 Noon at CCBA Studio. Learn the basics of Belly Dancing with Gina Capossela as she creates an entire beginner dance just for you. Belly Dance favors all shapes, sizes, ages, genders, and abilities. Sign-up now for this FREE class at LebanonNH.gov/Register.

Burke Mountain Trip - Monday, Jan 20, 9 am – 4:30 pm, Burke Mountain, drop-off and pick-up at City Hall; Grades 5-8 can join Leb Rec on a trip to ski and board at Burke Mountain. Participants must provide their own equipment or rent at the ski area for an additional fee. Plan to bring money for lunch or pack your own. Register online at LebanonNH.gov/RegisterRegistration deadline is January 6th.

Let’s Go Ice Fishing – Thursday, Jan 23, 5:30  – 7:30 pm, Kilton Library & Saturday, Jan 25, 9 am – 1 pm, Local Fishing Hole; Ages 8 to Adult can join NH Fish and Game in learning the basics of ice fishing in this FREE program. Register with NH Fish and Game. Space is limited.

Storrs Hill Lessons – Ages 4 to Adult at Storrs Hill Ski Area. Storrs Hill Ski Area provides lessons for all ages and abilities in both Skiing and Snowboarding, as well as Racing/Ski Jumping (ages 7-18), Telemark Lessons (12+), Freestyle Team (7+) and Light Backcountry Skiing (18+). Register online at LebanonNH.com/Register

S’more Ice Skating Party – Friday, Jan 24, 6 pm – 8 pm, Pat Walsh Park Rinks. Join the Friends of Lebanon Recreation and Parks to celebrate winter fun with family entertainment at the outdoor ice-skating rinks. Date is weather dependent and subject to change.

Pat Walsh Ice Rinks – Check out our Ice Rinks page at LebanonNH.gov/icerinks for updates on the rinks and to sign up for notifications. The lights are on from 4pm – 10pm and the warming hut is open 8am to 10pm. The hut locks automatically so make sure you have everything you need before 10pm or it will be there for the night. A reminder that Pat Walsh Park is an alcohol and substance free park.

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Employment in the City

Are you interested in a rewarding career with the City of Lebanon? Take a look at some of the current opportunities available inside the City. 

Full-Time Opportunities
Part-time, Seasonal, Temporary 

Our employment opportunities are always posted on the City's employment portal where you can also subscribe to receive updates via email or text whenever new opportunities are posted. 
Visit LebanonNH.gov/Jobs today!

Upcoming City Meetings

The following is a listing of upcoming City meetings.

You can view all the agendas in our Agenda Center

Bids, RFPs, & RFQs

The following is a list of current City Bids and RFPs.

Subscribe to receive updates via text or email at LebanonNH.gov/Bids

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