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  1. Community Input Requested in Search for New City Manager

    As the search for Lebanon's City Manager moves forward we need and want your input. In an effort to gather as much input as possible, Municipal Resources Inc. (MRI), has created an email address specific to this cause. Please share your feedback today. Continue Reading...
  2. Manager Update, 06/21/17

    City Manager Updates are bi-weekly reports that contain departmental information compiled by the Manager's Office. View updates from Fire, Human Services,Police, and Public Works departments. Continue Reading...
  3. Search for City Manager Begins!

    The City Council has selected Municipal Resources Inc. (MRI) of Meredith, NH (http://www.mrigov.com/) to conduct the search for Lebanon’s next City Manager. Read more about MRI and the Lebanon City Manager Search. Continue Reading...
  4. July 4th Holiday Hours & Fireworks

    In observance of Independence Day, please note that City Hall, Lebanon Libraries, Lebanon Landfill, and all other City administrative offices will be closed on Tuesday, July 4, 2017. Learn more about July 4th Celebrations and Fireworks in Lebanon. Continue Reading...
  5. Tobacco Ordinance Effective July 1st

    The City of Lebanon "Use of Tobacco Products & Equipment" ordinance will be effective July 1, 2017. Here's everything you need to know. Continue Reading...
  1. Tobacco Ordinance: Enforcement and Designated Smoking Areas

    A reminder that the City's new Tobacco Ordinance goes into effect on July 1st. Learn more about enforcement and view maps of designated smoking areas. Continue Reading...
  2. The Passing of Ray Buskey

    Raymond A. Buskey, long-time Lebanon resident and dedicated city volunteer, passed away Sunday, June 11, 2017. Ray, who served as a representative on the Advance Transit Board of Directors, lived in and loved Lebanon for over thirty years. Continue Reading...
  3. Do I Need a Burn Permit?

    Permits are required for all open burning within the City of Lebanon, including fire pits. Find out how to get a permit. It's free and you can do it online! Continue Reading...
  4. July 2017 Property Taxes Due

    Property tax bills were mailed on May 19, 2017. They are due by July 5, 2017. If you have an escrow account for your bill, please be sure to forward a copy of your bill to your bank. You can pay online by going to LebanonNH.gov/Pay. Continue Reading...
  5. City Council at Farmers' Market

    Come meet and greet your City Council! As part of the community engagement effort, members of the Lebanon City Council will be available during the Lebanon Farmers’ Market in Colburn Park throughout the summer. Continue Reading...
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