Winter Operations

Winter weather in New England is difficult to predict. There are many variables affecting winter maintenance operations such as type of precipitation, air and pavement temperature, traffic, wind, time of day, and day of week. Winter maintenance is considered an art, not a science.

The City of Lebanon Department of Public Works (DPW) snow removal and ice control plan has been based for many years on the goal of obtaining bare and dry pavements at the earliest practical time following cessation of a storm.

Read our entire Winter Maintenance Snow Removal and Ice Control Plan for complete details.

The following resources will better help you understand and navigate winter operations in the City of Lebanon.

Snow plow removing snow while it snows.

Winter Operations Resources

  1. Winter Parking Ban

    Read about the Winter Parking Ban and be prepared this winter.

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  2. Winter Sand

    Find out more about how winter sand is available for all Lebanon and West Lebanon residents.

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  3. Snow Removal Feedback

    Each year we perform an evaluation of snow routes and priorities and plans for upcoming years. Your feedback is always welcome.

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  1. Property Owner Responsibilities

    The following outlines the legal obligation that property owners have to keep their accessible parking spaces, access aisles and accessible routes clear of snow, ice, and other obstructions.

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  2. Ice & Snow on Roofs

    Tips for managing ice and snow accumulation on your roof.

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  3. Pipes & Water Meters

    The following steps can help to protect your water pipes and water meter from freezing temperatures.

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