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Here's your 11/14/19 edition of LebNews! 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. Please forward to a friend!

Old Pine Tree Cemetery on a sunny afternoon. Photo submitted by David Bagley.

LebNH Photo of the Week

Old Pine Tree Cemetery on a sunny afternoon. Photo submitted by David Bagley. You can learn more about Lebanon's cemeteries at LebanonNH.gov/Cemetery

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

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Arrive Alive! See and Be Seen!

The City of Lebanon cares about and your safety. Many factors contribute to your safety when biking or walking around Lebanon. The Lebanon Police Department and Pedestrian and Bicyclist Advisory Committee offer the following important safety tips appropriate for the changing season when visibility is low and road conditions are less than ideal. Take a moment to review them and commit to safe driving, biking, and walking. Thank you! 
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Group photo of Marc Morgan on the NHPR show The Exchange

The Future of Garbage In N.H. & Rethinking the Waste Cycle

On Tuesday, November 12, 2019, Lebanon Solid Waste Manager, Marc Morgan, participated in a panel discussion on the NHPR call-in talk show, The Exchange. The panel included Mike Nork of NH DES and NH Representative Karen Ebel, the chair of the Committee to Study Recycling and Solid Waste Management in NH. This committee recently finished a report to the legislature. The focus was on solid waste/landfills (what ends up there) and how waste reduction, reuse, and recycling fit into the mix. The Exchange show also examined how NH compares regionally when it comes to solid waste/recycling practices.
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City Hall Clock Tower Maintenance

Please be advised that the clock in the tower at Lebanon City Hall has been stopped for maintenance. We expect it to be back in operation by November 22, 2019. We apologize for the inconvenience. 
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Lebanon City Hall Clock Tower Maintenance
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New Trail on Signal Hill

Looking for a great hike on a Lebanon Conservation Property? Come explore the recently created Hudson Parkway trail leading to the Signal Hill Summit Field and enjoy views of Croydon Mountain, Mount Ascutney, Blueberry Hill, Shaker Mountain, Mount Okemo, Mount Killington and other peaks along the spine of the Green Mountains. Learn more about Signal Hill Conservation Area and view the updated trail map at LebanonNH.gov/SignalHill

fountain cover on Colburn Park

More Fountain Cover Photos

If you haven't had a chance to see the fountain covers in Downtown Lebanon, take a moment to stop by and admire the artwork done by Ava Gallery Art Stop participants! Here are a few more photos submitted by David Nelson.
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City of Lebanon 2020 Proposed Budget with photo of City Hall

2020 Proposed Budget Posted

Lebanon City Council began its review of the proposed 2020 City Budget on Monday, November 4, 2019. A total of five work sessions are being held during the month of November. All budget work sessions are open to the public and all are encouraged to attend. The 2020 Proposed Budget has been posted and is available for public review. For complete details, please visit LebanonNH.gov/Budget

Coffee with a Cop

LPD Coffee with a Cop 

On Tuesday, November 19, 2019, officers from the Lebanon Police Department and community members will come together in an informal, neutral space to discuss community issues, build relationships, and drink coffee. All community members are invited to attend. This event will be held from 8AM-10AM on Tuesday, November 19, 2019 at Jake’s Coffee Co. in Lebanon. 
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Recreation & Parks Highlights

Open Gym Basketball – HAS BEEN MOVED to Hanover Street School, Tuesdays 8pm – 10pm from now through May 19, 2020.

Shamrock Shuffle – March 14th, 2020; We are four months out and counting! Registration is open just go to LebanonNH.gov/Shamrock5K for more information and to sign up.

Holiday Coloring Contest – This contest is open for children ages 4 to 9. Please visit LebanonNH.gov/ColoringContest to print this year's coloring pictures and registration form. Entries will be judged in three age groups and must be received by Lebanon Recreation & Parks no later than Monday, December 2nd. 

‘Tis the SeasonSaturday, December 7th from 2pm to 5pm on Lebanon Mall and Colburn Park. Come explore Downtown Lebanon and celebrate winter and the holiday season with a pop-up Farmers’ Market, carriage rides, musical entertainment, crafts, refreshments, a tree lighting ceremony, visits with the Frozen Cast and Santa Claus. A detailed schedule of events can be found at LebanonNH.gov/Holiday

K-4th Grade North Pole Calling – Ho, Ho, Ho!! Children in grades K-4 can have a special call from Santa himself this season! Complete a registration form online at LebanonNH.com/Register. Register by December 9th for a call on December 11th. 

Whaleback Afterschool Tuesdays – January 7th to February 11th from 2:35pm to 6:15pm at Whaleback Ski Area. Grades 5-8 spend Tuesdays after school at Whaleback taking ski/snowboard lessons or exploring Whaleback’s trails and terrain park! Register online at LebanonNH.com/Register by Friday, December 13th.

Storrs Hill Lessons – Ages 4 to Adult at Storrs Hill Ski Area.  Operated by the Lebanon Outing Club, 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 by December 16th. 

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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, & RFIs

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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