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  1. Mascoma River Greenway Grand Opening

    Please join us for the grand opening of the Mascoma River Greenway (MGR) this Saturday, July 21st from 9:00 am to noon. The MGR is the section of the Northern Rail Trail that connects our community from Lebanon to West Lebanon. Continue reading...
  2. The New "Bike Safety Bill" and What You Need to Know

    On May 15th, Governor Sununu signed "The Bike Safety Bill," which officially becomes law on July 14th. This bill updates a variety of existing NH statutes that will be applied across NH communities, including Lebanon. Here's what you need to know. Continue reading...
  3. Manager Update, 07/18/18

    City Manager Updates are monthly reports that contain departmental information compiled by the Manager's Office. View updates from Airport, Assessing, Clerk, Fire, Human Services, Library, Planning, Police, Public Works, and Recreation Departments. Continue Reading...
  4. Recycling Right

    The current state of affairs in global recycling markets is rapidly changing. Overseas markets are collapsing and no longer accepting foreign scrap. In order to stay competitive, it's more important than ever to make sure we are "recycling right." Continue reading...
  1. Downtown Parking to be Enforced

    The Lebanon Police Department has begun an initiative to enforce the time parking spaces in the downtown area to ensure proper turnover and provide ample parking for all in the downtown area. Please review the Downtown Parking Map for complete details. Continue reading...
  2. Supporting Pollinators in the Landscape

    Pollinators are critical to a healthy, diverse ecosystem, yet many pollinator populations are in alarming decline today. The Lebanon Conservation Commission reminds us that we can support pollinators by providing pesticide-free habitats and forage. Continue reading...
  3. Lebanon City Council Adopts Inclusiveness Resolution

    At its June 20, 2018 regular meeting, Lebanon City Council adopted a Resolution for Inclusiveness to express its desire to preserve public trust, and promote community identity, civic pride, and quality of life for all Lebanon residents. Continue reading...
  4. City Explores New Electricity Program

    The City of Lebanon has contracted with a new electricity supplier to provide power to the municipality based on Real-Time Pricing. The new contract will be effective early July and should save the City on its electric bill. Continue reading...
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