Traffic Advisories

The following traffic advisories reflect current conditions as they are known. The listings below reflect construction work that can affect travel on city streets, sidewalks, and trails. Expect traffic delays or use an alternate route, if possible. Please obey construction signs and flaggers. Construction will be conducted in accordance with COVID-19 safety precautions.

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Last updated: 10/05/2021 1433 hours.


Active Projects


Cavendish Court
United Construction continues road work on Cavendish Court. It will be partially paved on Friday, October 22, and continue through the week of October 25, 2021. The road will be open during this timeframe; however, please expect some delays getting in and out of the local business. Please direct any questions to Public Works at 603-448-3112.

Colburn Park LED Light Replacement
Liberty Utilities continues to install LED Lights on existing poles in and around Colburn Park. Please proceed with caution while driving or walking in the area, expect delays, and use an alternate route if you can. Thank you for your patience. Any questions can be directed to the Department of Public Works at 603-448-3112.

CSO #13 Project

  • Status: This project is the last of the Combined Sewer overflow projects that the City is undertaking to meet the EPA consent decree. The project's main goal is to take the stormwater out of the sewer mains so that overflows do not occur at the permitted outfalls along the Mascoma and Connecticut Rivers. While this work is being done the City is replacing the old infrastructure at the same time as a holistic approach.

    This project entails approximately 1400 linear feet of roadway construction along South Main Street (12A), with the replacement of storm lines, sewer lines, waterlines, roadway, and new sidewalk and bicycle lanes and 800 linear feet of work in the Romano Circle area encompassing the same type of infrastructure work. Notts Excavating was the low bidder. The project began on June 14th and will continue to the beginning of Nov 2021 with a winter shutdown and then will resume in the spring of 2022 with final lawn restoration, final pavement, and striping.

    Traffic will be kept open along 12A but will be reduced to one lane, alternating traffic. People traveling along this route should expect long delays. 
  • Managed By: City
  • Contact: Christina Hall
  • Project Page: LebanonNH.gov/CSO13