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Posted on: April 19, 2021

Lebanon Mask Ordinance Still In Effect

Masks Still Required sign

Please be aware that the City of Lebanon Mask Ordinance remains in effect even though New Hampshire Governor Sununu has lifted the mask ordinance for the state.  

Please remember to wear masks when:  

  • Members of the public entering or queued to enter; remaining in or exiting from, any business, governmental or non-profit owned premises including without limitation any outdoor area where business of any sort is conducted, worksite, workplace, or government building 
  • Persons traveling on public transportation such as Advance Transit buses 
  • Members of the public entering or queued to enter; remaining in or exiting from a restaurant or an establishment serving alcoholic beverages for the purpose of picking up food for take-out or any other purpose 
  • Members of the public must wear a mask when entering, using, or leaving the restroom of a restaurant 
  • Residents, visitors, and members of the public entering or present at a residential or commercial building complex of greater than two (2) units must wear a face covering over their nose and mouth while in common areas and communal spaces when social distancing of at least six feet from non-household members is not practiced. 
  • Masks are strongly encouraged but not required on the Mascoma Greenway, the Northern Rail Trail, sidewalks and other pedestrian public ways, or public recreational lands 

This ordinance shall continue in effect until rescinded by the action of the Lebanon City Council. For more information about the Lebanon Mask Ordinance, including frequently asked questions, printable signage, and more, please visit LebanonNH.gov/Masks. Please contact the City Manager's Office if you have questions or concerns. 

Thank you for doing your part to keep our community healthy, vibrant, and safe. 

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