Downtown Lebanon Tunnel Rehabilitation

General Information

Welcome to the Downtown Lebanon Tunnel Rehabilitation project page. This page contains updates, contact information, documents, and answers to frequently asked questions pertaining to this project. New information is added as it is received. You can subscribe to receive alerts by subscribing to our LebAlert Service

Background information about this project can be found on our Downtown Visioning Study & Tunnel Project page. You can easily find this page again by going to 

  1. Grand Opening!
  2. Project Information
  3. Project Alerts

General Details

A grand opening event for the Lebanon Tunnel will be held on a new date Thursday, July 15, 2021 from 4:00pm to 6:30pm. The event will include live radio by "The River", public art voting, sidewalk chalk, a scavenger hunt, and a bike rodeo that includes: bike checks by Omer & Bob's, helmets giveaway, bike registrations, a bike safety obstacle course, and e-bike loan signups. 

Pre-registration is not required for this event. Masks will not be required but are recommended for people who are not fully vaccinated.

Schedule of Events

  • 4:00pm: Mascoma River Greenway Bike Ride
  • 5:00pm: Hear Here the Engineer
  • 5:15pm: Mayor Remarks
  • 5:20pm Ribbon Cutting
  • 6:00pm Group Dog Walk - Please Pre-Register
  • 7:00pm: Front Porch Concert by Brooks Hubbard

Prepared food will be available at the Lebanon Farmers' Market from 4:00pm to 7:00pm. 

Contact Information

Please contact the Recreation, Arts, and Parks Department if you have any questions about this event. For questions regarding the construction project, please see the Project Contacts listed on this page. 

Tunnel Location

Please review the following aerial photo of downtown Lebanon to see where the tunnel is located in relation to Colburn Park and the Lebanon Mall. The blue line indicates where the tunnel will run below the Lebanon Mall parking area and Hanover Street.

Aerial photo of where the tunnel path is located Opens in new window

Visualization of East Tunnel Entrance

Project Contacts

Brian Vincent
Project Manager

Patrick Murray
Resident Engineer 

Christopher Robert
E.D. Swett Project Manager