Lebanon residents can apply for a permit to carry a loaded, concealed, pistol or revolver on their person or in their vehicle. Further information is available by visiting our Records Office page.
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Instructions for paying your ticket are located on your ticket. Please read your ticket carefully. Payment options depend upon the type of ticket you receive. The following is a brief overview of payment options available for each type of ticket.
Parking Ticket - Payment Options
Choose one of 2 options below:
Motor Vehicle Violation - Payment Options
Choose one of 4 options below for payment of guilty and Nolo Contendere pleas only:
Possession of Marijuana or Hashish Violation - Payment Options
Choose one of 3 options below for payment of guilty and Nolo Contendere please only:
The below featured map shows the various parking areas in Downtown Lebanon. All spaces shown on the map are timed and enforced. Motorists should pay particular attention to the spaces on S. Park Street signed, "Vendor Parking Only." These spaces are reserved daily from 7AM to 9PM for various permitted vendors. Those who park in the "Vendor Parking Only" spaces are not only subject to fines, but may be towed so that Vendors can bring their vehicles in. Overtime parking is subject to a $10 fine with each additional time period violation constituting a separate offense. The enforcement of time parked ensures adequate turnover of parking spaces so there is amply parking for all who wish to enjoy the downtown area. The areas shaded in yellow and marked "AD" are All Day parking spaces.
Please note: An accident report where one of the drivers has court action pending cannot be released until the case has been cleared from court. When reports are ready, they will be mailed. If you have any questions about your accident please contact the investigating officer or on duty supervisor at 603-448-1212. For additional information view the Records Request Form (PDF)
A Sound Permit Application must be received at the police department at least three days prior to your event. Sound Permits are granted for events taking place from 8 am to 8 pm Monday through Saturday, and from 1 pm to 5 pm on Sundays per City Code, Chapter 110. If your event falls out of these time frames, special permission needs to be granted by the City Council. Once submitted and approved by the Chief of Police, an orange paper will be issued to the applicant to have on hand at their event. For further information view the
The Lebanon Police Department performs fingerprinting services only to the City of Lebanon residents, the Lebanon School District, or for Lebanon businesses. Fingerprinting is only done on Thursdays between the hours of 10 am and 2 pm or on Saturdays from 9 am to Noon. The Lebanon Police Department will require a check in the amount of $16.50 (for employees or licensees), or a check in the amount of $15 (for volunteers), payable to "State of New Hampshire - Criminal Records" prior to taking Livescan fingerprints. These charges are required to reimburse the State of New Hampshire for fees charged by the FBI. There is no charge for ink cards.
The City of Lebanon does not have an Animal Control Department or Animal Control Officer. Please review the following information if you need to report an animal control issue.
Wildlife and Agricultural Animals
In order to have any reference to your arrest removed from public facing police logs, social media, or other posts on the City of Lebanon website, you must apply and be approved for a court ordered annulment. Once an approved annulment is received from the court, the police department removes any mention of the arrest from the City website and social media networks. An annulment must be requested from the court where the conviction occurred. If you were just arrested but never found guilty, the annulment would need to be filed in the court where the case was heard. We do not control references to any arrests that may be posted on websites not controlled by the City of Lebanon to include, but not limited to; news and media pages, blogs, search engines and social media.