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🚧Posted Roads: The City of Lebanon has lifted the seasonal weight restrictions on roads effective April 25, 2022.
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A Community Conversation regarding the Lahaye Drive – Mt. Support Road Design and Reconstruction Project is scheduled for June 2, 2022, beginning at 5:30 pm. The meeting will be held virtually using the Microsoft Teams platform. Continue Reading...
A friendly reminder to our local dog lovers, owners, and sitters. It has come to our attention that some are falling short in their duty to properly dispose of pet waste. Please review the rules and keep our local parks, sidewalks, and cemeteries clean. View complete details.
The City of Lebanon Water Division is pleased to inform you that your drinking water meets or exceeds all federal and state requirements. View the 2022 Water Quality Report. View the 2022 Water Quality Report.
The City is launching a pilot program in an effort to beautify some of our more visible public spaces. We are looking for private and non-profit entities to partner with us to make it happen! View Complete Details...
As we gear up for spring, let's all be aware of others when we are using our roads, paths, and sidewalks. Lebanon's Pedestrian Bicyclist Advisory Committee recently completed its annual analysis of the prior year's crash data. Continue Reading...
The City of Lebanon has posted a weight limit of 6 tons on various City streets and roads to prevent damage caused by heavy vehicle weight during the spring thaw. Fuel delivery and milk trucks are exempt. Trucks over 6-tons must receive a special permit. View complete details.