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  1. Landfill Fee Increases Starting January 1, 2023

    The Lebanon Solid Waste Facility fees are increasing starting January 1, 2023, per a City Council vote on December 7, 2022. To help cover the additional costs of labor, healthcare, equipment, et cetera, punch card, and tip fees will increase. View Complete Details...
  2. Lebanon Water Department Lead and Copper Round 2 Sampling

    In May 2022, the City of Lebanon Water Department changed the treatment of the drinking water system with the addition of a blended poly/ortho phosphate product to improve corrosion protection, lead and copper rule compliance, and sequester minerals. View Complete Details...
  3. Route 12A Traffic Light Timing Under Review

    The Department of Public Works has heard from residents requesting a change in the timing of the lights along NH Route 12A. Unfortunately, the changing of light sequences is not a simple or quick process. Continue Reading...
  1. 2022 Water Quality Report

    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.
  2. What is Flushable? Save your Pipes!

    There are some things that just should not go down the drain! The City of Lebanon sewer collection system and treatment plant is a multimillion dollar asset that needs everyone’s help to maintain. Find out which items should go in the trash. Continue reading...
  3. Lebanon Water Plant Receives CDC Water Quality Award

    On January 2 2020, the City of Lebanon Water Plant was presented a CDC Water Quality Award for achieving 100% optimal fluoridation levels for all 12 months of 2018. A special thank you to all our dedicated staff! Continue reading...
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