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For based aircraft, single-engine and two-engine piston planes with four to six seats, and small two-engine jets with six to eight seats use the Lebanon Airport. Transient aircraft are the same as the based aircraft along with corporate jets that weigh between 15,000 and 90,000 pounds and can carry up to 20 passengers.
Click to view Airport Rules and Regulations.
Please visit Cape Air at www.capeair.com, call them at 800-227-3247, or visit our Book a Flight page.
Lebanon has free Airport parking is free for as long as you are away on a trip via airplane or rental car. If you are parking for longer than a week, please let the Airport know by submitting this form.
The Lebanon Airport is located at:5 Airpark RoadWest Lebanon, NH 03784
You can report noise complaints or other matters by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
30 to 45 minutes for a New York flight.
30 minutes without luggage, 60 minutes with luggage for a Boston flight.
Federal Aviation Administration design criteria in-place since the early 1980s shows that the Runway Safety Areas should extend 1,000 feet beyond each of the 4 runway ends at Lebanon Airport; and 3 out of 4 runway ends to not meet criteria. The Runway Safety Area Project is to improve the Runway Safety Areas to design criteria. Please call the Airport Manager at 603-298-8878 with any questions or concerns.
Please see our
Airline (Cape Air), aircraft hangars and tie downs, Granite Air Center at 603-298-6555. Also we offer aircraft maintenance, service, and catering (Granite Air Center), helicopter sales, service. Flight instructions are also available through Sharkey's Helicopters at 603-298-8728. For more information, please visit our website at https://flyleb.com.
Helicopter flight instruction, discovery flights, and scenic flights provided by Sharkeys Helicopters, contact them at 603-298-8728 or
Definitely! Contact Airport Manager at 603-298-8878 or email@example.com or visit our Tours and Outings page.
Airport capital projects (improvements) are typically funded 90% by the Federal Aviation Administration, 5% by the New Hampshire Department of Transportation, and 5% by the City of Lebanon. The 5% City share in the last 6 years have been totally funded by airport-generated Passenger Facility Charge revenue.
Drone operators must receive airspace authorization prior to operating in controlled airspace around airports. For more information, please visit the FAA's website on Flying Near Airports.
USING A CRANE NEAR THE LEBANON AIRPORT
The Federal Aviation Administration requires a permit for ANY crane work within a 3-mile radius of any airport. The distance may be increased if the work is in the direct line of a runway – considered to be within the “glide path” of aircraft during takeoff or landing. The glide path is defined as a 1 foot per 100 feet slope beginning at the closest point of any runway. Work may be allowed if the max. height of the crane is below the glide path after compensations for topographical elevations are calculated.
You must file with the FAA at least 45 days prior to construction if:
If you require additional information regarding the filing requirements for your structure, please identify and contact the appropriate FAA representative using the Air Traffic Areas of Responsibility map for Off Airport construction, or contact the FAA Airports Region / District Office for On Airport construction.
The FAA hosts a web-based tool to assist contractors in determining if a hazard exists and if an FAA Permit is required at: https://oeaaa.faa.gov/oeaaa/external/portal.jsp
The consequences of not having an FAA permit are:1) the Jobsite will be shut down and2) a substantial fine.
Lebanon Municipal Airport Fee Schedule as of August 21, 2019.
Examples of vehicles which cannot be renewed online: - Boats - Vehicles weighing 26,001 lbs or more
Payment by bank account (checking or savings) is free. Payment by credit card is: Approximately 2.95% is charged for each payment transaction.
You will need to surrender your title which will be attached to a title application prepared by our office and mailed to the State of New Hampshire Title Bureau. The Title Bureau will process a New Hampshire title and mail it to you within 3 to 4 weeks. However, if you still make payments, your title will be mailed to your lien holder.
With the exception of leased vehicles, registrations will be processed through the first owner’s birth month. First time registrations cannot be issued for less than five months or more than sixteen months. The first time is prorated. Renewals are done at twelve month intervals and are not prorated. If you are a college student and don’t wish to change your residency to New Hampshire, please visit our page for students for further information prior to your visit. New residents have 60 days upon establishing residency to obtain a New Hampshire drivers license and register their vehicles, view the DMV website for more details.
Certified copies of birth, death, divorce, and marriage records may be requested in person, online, or by mail. For further information on the process, or to download an application, please visit our Requesting Vital Records page.
New Hampshire residents, as well as non-residents, who wish to marry in the State of New Hampshire must file for a marriage license. For complete details, please review our Applying for a Marriage License page.
The City Clerk's Office maintains a list of local New Hampshire Justices of the Peace and their contact information. Please visit their Justices of the Peace page.
It is a common misconception that your name automatically changes when married, however that is not the case. Changing your name is a process you have to do yourself. Find out how to begin the process of changing your name by visiting our Changing Your Name After Marriage page.
The City Clerk's Office, located on the second floor of the Lebanon City Hall building, does offer notary services. Please visit their Notary Services page for complete details.
Lebanon cemeteries can be located at the following addresses:
Glenwood / Mount Calvary Cemeteries
117 Dulac Street
Lebanon, NH 03766
Sacred Heart / Valley Cemeteries
258 Mascoma Street
School Street Cemetery
30 School Street
Upper Valley Jewish Community Cemetery
267 Mascoma Street
Old Pine Tree Cemetery
Old Pine Tree Cemetery Road
West Lebanon Cemetery
Off Pleasant Street
West Lebanon, NH 03784
108 Great Brook Road
685 Dartmouth College Highway
Visit our Cemetery Information page for additional details.
To purchase a cemetery lot, please contact the Public Works Department at 603-448-3112 to set up an appointment to view available lots. Once a selection has been made you may purchase the lot and a deed will be issued. Checks can be made payable to: City of Lebanon.
Charge of lots. The following prices are established as the purchase prices for cemetery lots and for required contributions to the Cemetery Maintenance Special Revenue Fund. (Cemetery Maintenance Special Revenue Fund payment is 50% of a grave lot cost): [City Code, Chapter 46, Cemeteries, Effective 6-1-2022 by Ord. No. 2021-16]
(1) Each full grave (with permanent outside container): *Resident - $700 (Grave lot cost is $350; Cemetery Maintenance Special Revenue Fund is $350); Non-resident - $1400 (Grave lot cost is $700; Cemetery Maintenance Special Revenue Fund is $700)
(2) Each infant grave: *Resident - $300 (Grave lot cost is $150; Cemetery Maintenance Special Revenue Fund is $150) (applies to Glenwood and Valley Cemeteries only in the areas specifically laid out for infant burials); Non-resident - $600 (Grave lot cost is $300; Cemetery Maintenance Special Revenue Fund is $300)
(3) Each cremation grave (in-ground or columbarium): Resident - $300 (Grave lot cost is $150; Cemetery Maintenance Special Revenue Fund is $125) (applies only in the cemetery areas specifically laid out for cremation burials); Non-resident - $600 (Grave lot cost is $300; Cemetery Maintenance Special Revenue Fund is $300)
(4) Cremations. In the case of cremation interment, the following provisions shall apply:(a) Minimum purchase is one grave space. Maximum number of cremation-type interments shall be six (6) per grave space (except in the case of combining full and cremation burials in which only one full burial and five cremation burials per grave will be allowed).
(b) For Columbarium Niche interment, minimum purchase is one niche space. Maximum number of interments is two (2) per niche.
*Documentation to show residency may include a most recent tax bill, vehicle registration, driver’s license (must include a physical address), non-driver/state-issued photo identification card, utility bill, signed lease agreement, or other evidence deemed adequate by the Cemetery Sexton.
There can be one full burial and five cremations, or six cremations in a single, conventional grave.
“Natural” or “Green” burial promotes the decomposition of the body with minimal impact to the environment. The deceased are buried without the use of embalming fluids, permanent outside containers, or modern caskets.
Natural burials are permitted in Old Pine Tree Cemetery and in Section “F” of the West Lebanon Cemetery.
There can be one full burial in a natural grave.
The cost for a natural burial is a combination of the purchase of a lot (which includes the required contribution to the Cemetery Maintenance Special Revenue Fund) plus the cost of a burial. [City Code, Chapter 46, Cemeteries, Effective 6-1-2022 by Ord. No. 2021-16]
(1) Each full natural burial lot (*resident): $1050 (Grave lot cost is $525; Cemetery Maintenance Special Revenue Fund is $525). Each full natural burial lot (non-resident): $2100 (Grave lot cost is $1050; Cemetery Maintenance Special Revenue Fund $1050).
(2) Each natural burial: $500 (weekday during operating business hours); $500 plus $100 per hour after operating business hours; $750 weekend; $875 holiday (as permitted)
Chapter 46 of the Lebanon City Code outlines the rules and regulations established by the City Council for the proper operation and use of municipal cemeteries in the City of Lebanon. To learn more, please review Lebanon Code, Chapter 46.
Yes. Dog waste should be placed in a proper trash receptacle. Never throw dog waste into the stormwater grates in the street. For more information, please review our Rules about Pet Waste page.
The Public Works department provides genealogy assistance related to City of Lebanon cemeteries. Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call the Public Works Office at 603-448-3112.
To find out information on your State Representative, please visit the State of New Hampshire House of Representatives website.
The City of Lebanon is committed to keeping its citizens apprised of City related news, announcements, alerts, events, and opportunities. Discover the many ways you can receive communication and news about the City of Lebanon at LebanonNH.gov/Subscribe.
Lebanon Outcomes are a set of initiatives developed with all City Departments to assist in the implementation of activities that will bring Lebanon closer to becoming a sustainable community. For more information or to share your ideas or suggestions, please contact the City Manager's Office at 603-448-4220. More information about the Outcomes can be found by visiting the Lebanon Outcomes page.
The Lebanon District Court can be reached by calling 603-643-3555. You can also visit the Grafton County District Divisions - Lebanon page for more details.
The Lebanon Post Office on East Park Street can be reached by calling 603-448-2348 or by visiting the USPS.com Lebanon page.
We are sorry you have encountered a broken link or missing information on our website. We appreciate your input as we strive to maintain this community resource. To report this problem, please submit the information using our Resident Request Form. Choose "website" from the topic dropdown list. Thank you!
Lebanon In Depth was a televised production, hosted by retired City Manager Greg Lewis, which presented a behind-the-scenes analysis of Lebanon City operations and its effect on Lebanon residents. The program was produced and filmed by Community Access Television (CATV) and can now be found on the City's Lebanon in Depth YouTube channel. The program was discontinued when Manager Lewis retired.
The City of Lebanon extends its special thanks to CATV for granting its permission to reproduce and post Lebanon in Depth on the City's website.
The City Manager is available through many lines of communication.
Phone: 603-448-4220Fax: 603-966-3122Email:email@example.comMailing Address: 51 North Park Street, Lebanon, NH, 03766
While you do not need to have an appointment, having a scheduled time is the best way to assure that you receive enough time to express your concerns, ideas, and more. Unless unavailable due to an appointment, meeting, etc the City Manager's door is always open.
Yes, an application must be filed with the City Manager’s Office. The application is available online here: Licensing Board page.
A Sound Permit Application must be received at the City Manager's Office at least two weeks 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, which will require at least two weeks’ notice. Once submitted and approved by the Chief of Police, the approved sound permit will be emailed to the applicant to have on hand at their event. For further information view the Sound Permit Application Form (PDF).
In order to reserve Storrs Hill Lodge for your event you must contact the Lebanon Outing Club to check for availability and complete their reservation form. Please call Jen Grant at 448-5153
Lebanon Recreation and Parks has 3 pavilion areas:
Riverside Community Park / Skatepark (Large pavilion)
Eldridge Park (small pavilion)
Civic Park (small pavilion)
While we do not reserve our pavilions for exclusive rentals, we do maintain a calendar of use so that groups don’t overlap. To get on the calendar please call 448-5121 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The CCBA also reserves a large pavilion in downtown Lebanon, and can be reached at 448-6477
Lebanon Recreation and Parks Department maintains two "skate at your own risk" ice rinks at Pat Walsh Park - one for open skating and one for hockey. Features of the rink is that there is seating, and it is lit up at night. We are always striving to make good ice. Relay questions about the rink to
Per City Code, Chapter 18, Animals, Article I Dogs and Other Animals, Section 18-3, Restraint.
[Amended 7-21-1999]Also see, "Does the City of Lebanon have an animal control department?"
Maps of each conservation area trails are available on the
Septage disposal fees for residents of Lebanon are $91 per 1,000 gallons. For properties located outside of Lebanon the fee is $136 per 1,000 gallons. (Fees cover disposal at the Treatment Plant and do not include cost of hauling by a private hauler.)
RV wastewater can be disposed of at the Lebanon Wastewater Treatment Plant Monday - Friday, 7 a.m. - 3 p.m.: Weekends and holidays, 7 a.m. - 9:30 a.m. The cost is $34 per RV.
The Treatment Plant address is:
28 Market Street
A permit must be obtained from the City of Lebanon before discharging industrial waste. Pleaserefer to Lebanon City Code Chapter 136, Article IV, for complete details. To obtain a permit you must submit an application to the Wastewater Treatment Plant Superintendent or Chief of Quality Assurance. You can download a copy of the application from our website or call the Lebanon Wastewater Plant at 603-298-5986 to request a copy.
Contact the Jay Cairelli, Assistant Director of Public Works at 603-448-3112 or by email at email@example.com
To find a map of water/sewer lines in the City, please visit our GIS Maps site at LebanonNH.gov/GIS, click on the Themes button, then select “Utilities-Water and Drainage” and/or “Utilities-Sewer System”. For more information on how to use the GIS “Themes” feature, please see https://help.mapgeo.io/themes.html.
The City's snow removal policy is available by viewing the Snow Removal and Ice Control Plan located on the Public Works Winter Operations page.
Contact New Hampshire State Laboratory Services at 603-271-4661. You can also find their email and other contact information on the State of New Hampshire Public Laboratories website.
Visit the New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services Private Wells website for more information and the nearest laboratory for testing.
Call the state Department of Environmental Services (DES) Watershed Assistance at 603-271-3398. Find more information at the
Please visit the State of New Hampshire Building Code Review Board website.
To schedule a building inspection, please contact the Planning & Development Department 48-hours prior to the time you would like the inspection to occur.
To schedule a fire inspection, please contact the Lebanon Fire Department directly.
Come into the Codes Office located at City Hall at:
51 N Park Street
Or you may print off any permit applications. View our landing page which directs to various permit categories, the
The City of Lebanon currently has several construction projects in progress throughout the City. To learn more about each project including who to contact if you have questions, please visit our Construction Projects page at LebanonNH.gov/Construction.
You need a driveway permit whenever you add or change existing access to your property. For more details regarding driveway regulations, please review the City of Lebanon Application for Driveway Permit (PDF). Additional information regarding how to submit your application can be found on the Public Works Forms, Permits, and Standards page.
You can find an application for a driveway permit by visiting the Public Works Building or by downloading it from our Forms, Permits, and Standards page.
An excavation permit is required whenever any work is to be performed in the City's Right of Way.
The following information is needed to fill out an application:
Learn more about street excavation permits including an application for a permit on our Public Works Forms, Permits, and Standards page.
The City Engineer issues E-911 addresses for the City. You can call the Engineering Office at 603-448-3112. Please have the location of the proposed driveway and the tax map and lot number information for the parcel to be addressed. You can find information about 911 Standards on our Public Works Forms, Permits, and Standards page.
To find out if your property is in the flood plain you can use the City of Lebanon GIS map system or the FEMA Map Service Center. You can also call the Department of Public Works at 603-448-3112 and ask to speak to the Engineering Office.
All public roads are located within land, which is referred to as road right-of-way. Within a typical road right-of-way, the following public facilities can be found: the driving surface, roadside shoulders and ditch, public utilities, sidewalks, and traffic signs to name a few. Road right-of-way width is established by deed, statute, or through the platting process. Regardless, lands within the road right-of-way are reserved for use of the traveling public.
There is no standard right-of-way distance for every road. Generally, the right-of-way ranges from 16.5 to 150 feet from the road’s centerline. Due to this wide range, it is important to find out the exact right-of-way distance before completing any work. For more information please contact the Department of Public Works at 603-448-3112.
For complete details, please visit our Dog Licensing page.
If you are a Lebanon resident and 18 years of age or older you can register to vote in the City of Lebanon. For a list of what is required to register to vote and for more information, please visit our Registering to Vote page.
You can register to vote at any of the following locations:
To register to vote, you must prove your identity, age, and residency. The following documents can be used for proof.
To prove identity:
To prove age:
To prove residency:
For more information view NH Voter ID Law RSA 659:13.
If you do not have photo ID and you need to register to vote, you will be asked to show a birth certificate to confirm your identity. If you do not have your birth certificate, you will be asked to sign a Qualified Voter Affidavit attesting to your identity.
Like the Challenged Voter Affidavit (CVA), the Secretary of State’s office will follow-up after the election, with any voter who signs a Qualified Voter Affidavit.
In order to receive a ballot, you will still need to either complete a CVA (with photograph or Affidavit of Religious Exemption) or have your identity verified by an election official.
One of the acceptable forms of ID is personal verification by certain election workers. If an election worker can personally identify you, that will serve as your photo ID. The election worker will sign a statement as to their personal knowledge of you. Please keep in mind, only certain election officials are allowed to identify you. Those officials are the Moderator, Supervisors of the Checklist, Ward Clerk, City Clerk and Deputy City Clerk. No other election worker is approved by law to identify you.
If an election worker cannot identify you and you do not have a photo ID, you can complete a Challenged Voter Affidavit (CVA). Part of completing the affidavit requires you to have your photograph taken. If you cannot allow your photograph to be taken due to religious beliefs, you will be asked to also complete a Religious Exemption Affidavit in lieu of having a photograph taken.
If you do not have a Photo ID, please tell one of the Greeters working at the polls. The Greeters will then direct you to the proper Election Official for assistance. It is important to know that if an election worker cannot identify you and you refuse to complete any portion of the Challenged Voter Affidavit or refuse to either have your photograph taken or sign an Affidavit of Religious Exemption, you will not be permitted to vote.
If you complete a Challenged Voter Affidavit (CVA), you will receive a verification letter from the Secretary of State requesting confirmation that you voted in the election. If you do not respond in writing to the Secretary of State within 90 days of the date it was mailed, the Attorney General will conduct an investigation to determine whether fraudulent voting occurred.
The City of Lebanon has three separate voting wards. Polling locations for the wards are as follows:
Ward 1Kilton Public Library80 Main StreetWest Lebanon, NH 03784View the map for Ward 1Ward 2United Methodist Church18 School StreetLebanon, NH 03766View the map for Ward 2Ward 3AVA Art Gallery (Temporary Location for all 2020 Elections)11 Bank StreetLebanon, NH 03766View the map for Ward 3
Polling hours for all three wards will be 7:00 a.m. until 7:0 p.m. If you do not know which voting ward you are in, please use the State’s Voter Look-Up System or consult our Ward Street Name Database. You may also contact our office at 603-448-3054 and we will check for you.
If you moved from one ward in Lebanon to a different one, you will need to register in that ward. For a list of what is required to register to vote and for more information, please visit our Registering to Vote page.
If your address has changed within the same ward, please complete and return an address change form.
Yes, qualified voters can register and vote on Election Day at their polling location. Please review the documentation you will need to provide in order to register to vote. To determine the correct polling location please consult our Ward-by-Street list or visit the Secretary of State’s Voter Information Look-Up.
If you are registered to vote in Lebanon and move to a different state and register, your name will automatically be removed. If someone in your family who was registered in Lebanon, dies in New Hampshire, their name will automatically be removed.
You can also submit in writing that you wish to be removed from the voter checklist to the City Clerk's Department by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or mailing to
Lebanon City HallATTN: City Clerk51 N. Park StreetLebanon, NH 03766
All polling locations have wheelchair-accessible voting booths, space available at tables in the room and the “One4All Accessible Voting System.” This system utilizes a tablet, headphones, and a printer to assist voters who are hearing or visually impaired. This booth is also large enough to accommodate a wheelchair.
If you require assistance at any time, please ask an Election Official for help. He or she will not be able to answer questions about or discuss the individual candidates, but they can assist you in filling out your ballot at your direction. Voters with a disability can also bring someone to assist them; they do not have to have an Election Official assist them. (The exception is the person assisting can’t be the voter’s employer or union representative.) Anyone who is assisting the voter must take an oath.
Consider signing up for the Citizens Academy through the City of Lebanon. Not only will you learn more about elections and other function of the City Clerk’s Office, but you will also learn about all other City departments and your local government. For more information, visit the Citizens Academy website or contact the City Manager’s Office.
For the busier elections, we are often looking for extra help at the polls on election day. Being involved in your community and the democratic process can be educational and rewarding. If you are a resident interested in helping out with elections, please contact the City Clerk’s office.
Each polling location has 9 election officials: - 1 Moderator - 1 Ward Clerk - 3 Supervisors of the Checklist - 4 Ballot Clerks. For a large election, there are often several extra election workers to help with the various duties, as well as help voters get their ballots cast in an efficient manner.
The voting machine must be attended by an election official at all times. The election official ensures the security of the machine and makes sure ballots are inserted properly so the voter’s ballot will be counted. At times voters have indicated concern that they felt the official attending the machine could see how they voted. Election officials are trained not to look at how ballots are marked by the voters, but only to ensure they go into the machine properly. Any voters who have concerns with the visibility of their marked ballot should turn their ballot over before inserting it into the voting machine.
You can put your ballot through the machine in any direction (except sideways). When the voting machines are tested approximately 1 week prior to the elections, all of the ballots used for testing are put through the machine 4 different times, once for each direction, to ensure the ballots are properly read no matter what direction they are inserted.
The Moderator’s (and all election officials) are trained to not look at how the voter has voted when processing the ballots. They are simply comparing the signature of the absentee ballot requests forms to the signatures on the affidavit envelopes to ensure that they match. If the signatures match, the ballot is removed from the affidavit envelope and fed through the voting machine. If a signature doesn’t match or is missing, the Moderator will challenge the ballot and not remove the ballot from the affidavit envelope.
NH Law 669:36 states that in the case of a tie vote at any election, the winner is determined by lot, by the town, city, or school clerk. Simply put, in the event of a City office with a tie vote, the City Clerk will draw the winner's name “from a hat.” If it is a school office, the School Clerk draws the winner's name.
External postings may be reviewed at City Hall. City Hall is open to the public during the weekday hours of 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. All open positions are posted in accordance with current City policies and collective bargaining agreements. Positions for which external recruitment has been authorized are posted on our Job Opportunities page.
The Human Resources office can be found on the 2nd floor of the City Hall building located at:
Lebanon City Hall51 N. Park St.Lebanon, NH 03766
You may contact Human Resources by phone at 603-448-0683. View additional contact information such as email, office hours, and more on the Human Resources page.
Please visit our Application Process page for complete details on applying for jobs listed by the City of Lebanon.
Employment verification requests should be directed to the Human Resources Office 603-448-0683. Visit LebanonNH.gov/HR for more information.
All offers of employment are contingent upon an applicant’s successful completion of a background investigation. The extent and nature of the background investigation will depend upon the position for which the applicant is being considered and may include such inquiries as a criminal background check, motor vehicle check, pre-employment physical, testing, etc.
The City values the dedication and contribution of its volunteers. If you are interested in volunteering, please review Administrative Policy, ADM-140, Volunteers and complete the Volunteer Service Statement and Agreement Form, VSS-21. For more information, please contact the Human Resources Department at 603-448-0683.
The City is required to enforce the requirements of the State of New Hampshire Fire Code. Additionally, the City has adopted a local Fire Safety Code. For Fire Code information please contact Lebanon Fire Prevention at 603-448-8810, upon auto-answer Press 3 or 4. You can also view and download a Fire Permit Application (PDF).
For questions, please contact the Lebanon Fire Department at 603-448-8810. After obtaining the burn permit, the Lebanon Dispatch Center must be notified at 603-448-1212 before starting the fire and again after the fire has been extinguished. To learn more about open burn permits, please see our Open Burning Rules page.
Yes, please contact us at 603-448-8810 or email@example.com to schedule a tour.
Geographic Information Systems (GIS) are computer systems designed to store, retrieve, analyze, and display geographic data. Simply put, GIS combines layers of information about a place to give you a better understanding of that place. What layers of information you combine depends on your purpose—finding the best location for a new store, analyzing environmental damage, viewing similar crimes in a city to detect a pattern, and so on. The LebGIS system is a collection of hardware, software, and people.
- GIS is about finding patterns.
- GIS answers the questions of location such as where, why, and how.
- GIS solves problems and makes decisions.
- GIS sees patterns and trends that spreadsheets alone won’t portray.
No, but to get started on a site plan, you can use the GIS maps feature online.
Yes, you can. Please note there may be a fee for this. To get started, contact GIS Coordinator Mark Goodwin.
The Lebanon Public Library is currently closed but plans to reopen in January. The Kilton Public Library is currently open Monday through Thursday, 10:00am to 6:00pm and Friday and Saturday from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm. Contactless pickup is available 24/7. Please visit the Lebanon Libraries website at LebLibrary.com for complete details.
The Lebanon Police Officers are forbidden to use chokeholds in use of force situations. This is covered in our Use of Force policy. Employees are prohibited from the use of chokeholds or neck holds except in those situations where the use of deadly force is allowed by law. This includes any hold to the neck which would obstruct a person’s ability to breathe. Officers are also trained yearly on the dangers and signs of positional asphyxia.
Lebanon Police Department’s Use of Force Policy states the following:
“All sworn employees will intervene, if a reasonable opportunity exists, when they know or should know that another employee is using unreasonable force. All sworn employees will immediately verbally report excessive force to a supervisor.”
Lebanon Police Department’s Use of Force policy states the following:
“Officers will not discharge a firearm at or from a moving vehicle except when all other reasonable means have been exhausted and it is necessary for the defense of the officer’s life or the life of another person, or the officer has probable cause to believe that the officer or others are in immediate danger of death or serious bodily injury.”
Our Use of Force policy explains each step in the Use of Force Continuum model including when and how the following levels of force should be utilized:
De-escalation Techniques, Officer Presence, Verbal Persuasion, Soft Empty Hand Techniques and Restraining Devices, Chemical Agent Spray (OC), Taser, Physical Force, Expandable Baton, Less Lethal Force (Pepperball System and Less-lethal Beanbag rounds), and Deadly Force.
The Lebanon Police Officers are never authorized to use excessive force. It is the policy of the Lebanon Police Department to use only a reasonable amount of force to conduct the lawful activities of the department. All uses of force are required to be documented on a report which is then administratively reviewed by several levels of supervisory and command staff. This is covered in our Use of Force policy. The policy further states that “The use of Deadly force should be used as a last option and only where allowed by NH RSA 627:5. When possible, officers should use other alternatives prior to resorting to deadly force.”
As described in the Lebanon Police Use of Force Policy, when officers are about to invoke deadly force, they will, when possible and/or practicable, issue a verbal warning to the suspect. In this warning, officers will identify themselves as police officers and instruct the suspect to cease or stop whatever action has caused the officer to consider the use of deadly force.
Officers are required to file a comprehensive written report each time force is used, or deadly force is threatened (pointing a firearm) at a person.
As part of its accreditation process, on an annual basis the Professional Standards Bureau Commander completes a comprehensive analysis of all the use of force reports, training and policies of the department. The analysis covers many areas to include but not limited to; weapons used, precipitation events, age, gender, race of suspect, injuries, training, etc.
Lebanon Police’s Use of Force policy states that, “Whenever possible, officers shall use techniques to minimize the need to use force and increase the likelihood of voluntary compliance to include verbal persuasion and warnings, as well as tactical de-escalations techniques such as creating space, slowing down the pace of the incident or requesting additional resources.”
Yes, the Lebanon Police Department requires all officers to wear body worn cameras (BWC). Officers are required to activate the video and audio components of the BWCs and start recording upon arrival on scene of a call for service or when engaged in any law enforcement-related encounter or activity, or upon activation of lights and siren. The BWC is to remain activated until the event is completed.
In addition, officers are also required to use In-Car camera systems, which are to be utilized while using lights and siren, while conducting law enforcement-related encounters or activities within view of the cruiser’s cameras, or while transporting persons in the rear of the cruiser.
The complete In-Car & Body Worn Camera (BWC) Systems Policy can be read here.
Each year the Lebanon Police Department issues a report on citizen complaints and internal affairs investigations. All of the complaints were thoroughly investigated by a supervisor within the department. The results of the complaints listed in the Yearly Internal Affairs Statistics can be found here.
Yes, a permit is required to camp in the Boston Lot conservation area. Currently, the required forms cannot be completed online. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the Planning & Development Office, Monday - Friday, 8 am. - 4 p.m. for more information. To learn more about the Boston Lot Conservation Area, and to view a map, please visit our Boston Lot page.
Hunting in Lebanon - including in conservation lands and areas - is permitted in accordance to NH State law during designated hunting seasons unless prohibited by the posting of signs.
Please watch for posted signs and follow all state hunting laws.
Information regarding hunting licenses, hunting dates, seasons, and laws can be found at on the NH Fish and Game Hunting page. Please refer to this information if you have further questions.
Yes, the City of Lebanon Master Plan was adopted by City Council in 2012. You can view the plan in its entirety and learn more about its implementation at LebanonNH.gov/MasterPlan.
Call the Planning Office 603-448-1457 or visit the
Please see the Site Plan and Subdivision information on our
You can come into the Planning Office anytime Monday - Thursday, 7:00am - 5:00pm located at:City Hall5th Floor51 N Park StreetLebanon, NH 03766
Pick up the applications and review them with staff or you can view and print the applications online from the Development Regulations page.
Call the Planning Office 603-448-1457 or see the
Please visit the
To find a map of water/sewer lines in the City, please visit our GIS Maps site at https://LebanonNH.gov/GIS, click on the Themes button, then select “Utilities-Water and Drainage” and/or “Utilities-Sewer System”. For more information on how to use the GIS “Themes” feature, please see https://help.mapgeo.io/themes.html.
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. Overtime parking is subject to a $10 fine with each additional time period violation constituting a separate offense. The enforcement of timed parking ensures adequate turnover of parking spaces so there is ample parking for all who wish to enjoy the downtown area. The areas shaded in yellow and marked "AD" are All Day parking spaces, green areas marked "2HR" are two-hour parking, orange areas marked "1HR" are one-hour parking, and dark orange marked "30" are 30-minute parking.
Handicap spaces are highlighted by a blue square along with the international symbol of access. These vehicles are subject to time restrictions for the time limit location in which they are parked.
For winter parking information visit our Winter Parking FAQ page.
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
The Lebanon Police Department occasionally receives calls about found dogs and we are happy to help when we can.
If the dog is not friendly and/or you cannot approach it, please call the Lebanon Police Department at 603-448-1212.
The following are tips you can follow if the dog you find is friendly and lets you approach it:
Another frequently asked question we receive is whether we have an animal control department. The City of Lebanon does not have an Animal Control Department or Animal Control Officer. Please see our Animal Control FAQ for more information about how to report an animal control issue.
Yes, vehicles bearing a valid disabled parking permit are subject to any time restrictions for the parking space or time limit location in which they are parked.
The Lebanon Police Department performs Livescan fingerprinting services only for the City of Lebanon residents, the Lebanon School District, and Lebanon businesses. Livescan fingerprinting is only done on Thursdays between the hours of 10:00 AM and 2:00 PM or on Saturdays between 9:00 AM and 12:00 PM.
Please Note: While we do our best to provide fingerprinting services, there are instances where it is not possible to accommodate requests at that time due to emergency calls, arrests, or special events. You may call 603-448-1212 ahead of time to see if fingerprinting will be possible, however, please know that sometimes an emergency call will come in between the time of your call and when you arrive and may change things. We appreciate your understanding.
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.
The City of Lebanon's Winter Parking Ban begins on December 1st and continues through April 1st, between the hours of 12:00 am and 6:00 am.
The City of Lebanon's Winter Parking Ban begins on December 1st and continues through April 1st, between the hours of 12:00 am and 6:00 am.
City of Lebanon Code 168-06 “Winter Parking” prohibits the parking of vehicles during the above date and times on any street in the City of Lebanon. Per the ordinance:
Additional rules to follow include:
Questions regarding the winter parking ban can be directed to the Public Works Department at 603-448-3112.
Winter Parking Ban Map
Once the Winter Parking Ban is in effect, if your vehicle is parked on a street or restricted parking lot and is impeding snow removal, the Public Works Department may ask the Police Department to have the vehicle towed. If time allows, Dispatch will make every effort to contact the registered owner of the vehicle to have it moved prior to towing.
If your vehicle is parked in a private parking lot and impeding snow removal, the owner of the property may have your vehicle towed at their discretion, in which case the Police Department may not be aware.
Any towing cost incurred is the responsibility of the vehicle owner.
If your car was towed in Lebanon, please contact Dispatch at 603-448-1212.
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)
If you receive a suspicious phone call and feel it is a scam, hang up and take these steps:
Information on consumer scam alerts can be found on the New Hampshire Office of the Attorney General website.
If you feel you are the victim of a scam in Lebanon, please feel free to call Lebanon Police at 603-448-1212.
For some of the most common scams we see and tips on how to avoid becoming the victim of a scam, please visit our Types of Scams & Prevention page.
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.
The prosecutor’s office handles well over 1,000 adult cases at a time, Administrative License Suspension cases, Mental Health Court cases, Diversion cases, and is in court a minimum of two full days per week. For this reason, the best way to contact the prosecutor is to e-mail to set up an appointment to meet or speak. Because of the high volume of cases, it could be one to three weeks before you receive an e-mail response. You are encouraged not to leave voicemails as it could be several weeks before you receive a response and your issue may well have been resolved by that point.
Do not contact the Police Prosecutor until 1 week prior to your arraignment. Although there are exceptions, typically, an arraignment date will be approximately 8 weeks after an incident. Those accused of offenses who wish to discuss their case should not contact the Prosecutor until at least 5 weeks after an incident. The Prosecutor’s office is not in a realistic position to discuss cases with the accused until this time.
No, you must appear at the time and place ordered by the officer or bail commissioner on the summons or complaint you received. You can submit a request to continue your hearing, however, until you have received written notice that your date has been changed, you must appear. Failing to appear will likely result in an arrest warrant being issued. Simply submitting a request does not change the fact that you must appear at the original date and time.
You will need to follow the instructions on the ticket(s), and answer it before the deadline listed. You have the option of challenging the ticket, or paying the ticket. You may pay the ticket via mail or directly to the Lebanon Circuit Court if the ticket is for a violation level possession of marijuana, or you may pay motor vehicle tickets via mail or directly to the Department of Motor Vehicles. You may pay parking tickets via mail or directly to Lebanon City Hall or the Lebanon Police Department. If you choose to challenge a ticket, you will need to follow the appropriate instructions on the ticket. The Court will then mail you a scheduling notice with a specific date and time you will need to be at Court. If the ticket issued says “must appear,” then you are required to be at Court on the date and time listed.
If you have been ordered to appear and released on a summons or complaint, you must appear at the time and date ordered by the Police Officer. A hand summons has weight similar to bail conditions. Failing to appear for the Court date can result in criminal charges.
An arraignment date is a time for you to first appear at court and plead guilty or not guilty to the charge that has been brought against you. If you do not appear at the time and place you are ordered, an arrest warrant will immediately be issued by the court, and you will be subjected to arrest and detention after the date of the arraignment. When you appear, you will have 2 options, to plead guilty or not guilty. If you plead guilty, you must complete an acknowledgement and waiver of rights. The sentence for your offense can take a variety of paths. You can discuss those with the prosecutor, or plead guilty and discuss them with the Judge at the time of arraignment. If you plead not guilty, your date will be set for trial. At this time, bail may be reviewed. If you are charged with a Class A Misdemeanor or Felony, you may apply for a court appointed attorney by filling out a form at the clerk’s window. In all cases, you can hire your own attorney to defend you.
The right to a speedy, public, and impartial trial is guaranteed to every citizen by the United States Constitution, as well as the New Hampshire Constitution. In Circuit Court, the case is tried without a jury, and the Judge performs the jury's function of weighing the evidence, determining the credibility of witnesses, and issuing a verdict.
At trial, the prosecutor introduces the State's case first, and calls witnesses to testify. Those witnesses take an oath to tell the truth issued by the Judge, or the attorney asking the questions. The prosecutor then conducts a direct examination of the witnesses, and is required to ask open-ended questions designed for the witness to tell their story. The defense attorney then conducts a cross examination of the witness, and will likely ask only leading questions designed to tell the accused’s story, or designed to make a specific point that is instrumental to the defense. The prosecutor will then have a second opportunity to ask open-ended questions in a redirect examination, followed by the defense attorney having a second opportunity to conduct a recross examination. The redirect and recross examinations are typically much shorter than the initial questioning, and sometimes, are not even necessary.
Following the testimony of all of the State’s witnesses and introduction of all of its evidence, the State will rest its case. Typically, for procedural and tactical reasons, the defense attorney will immediately ask the judge to dismiss the case. If the Judge denies the request to dismiss at that time, the defense attorney will have an opportunity to call its witnesses to testify, or to call the accused himself/herself to testify. The accused is not required to submit any evidence of any kind. If the defense does call witnesses, that testimony will follow the same outline the prosecutor followed in the first half of the trial. The defense will rest at the end of their presentation of evidence as the State previously did.
After the State and defense have both rested, the Judge will make a determination whether the State proved the elements of charged offenses beyond a reasonable doubt. Sometimes the Judge will ask for arguments from the prosecutor or defense before making a decision. If the Judge determines that the State met the beyond a reasonable doubt burden of proof, they will find the accused guilty. If not, the Judge will find the accused not guilty.
Witnesses in most criminal cases will be served a subpoena to appear in court. The subpoena is a record for the Prosecutor that the witness was notified, and demonstrates to the Court that the State has made a good faith effort to proceed with the case. The subpoena places the witness under a legal obligation to appear at the listed date and time for the hearing, and to remain until the trial is completed or the witness is excused.
In a criminal case in the State of New Hampshire, the only “parties” to a case are the accused and the State of New Hampshire. Only the State of New Hampshire and the accused can file motions with the court in the criminal matter. If a witness is unavailable, it is critical that they notify the prosecutor so that a motion to reschedule can be filed, but the decision to reschedule is ultimately up to the Judge. Failing to be present at court on the date and time listed on a subpoena may result in criminal contempt charges, possible fines, jail time, and/or probation.
Witnesses should appear at least fifteen minutes before the listed trial time to review any statements which had been given to the Police and have any questions answered. If you arrive early, look for the Officer who investigated the incident, or the Prosecutor.
TRIAL DATE AND TIME
The dates and times of court trials are set by the Clerk of Court's office at the Lebanon Circuit Court. The Clerk sends a scheduling notice to the Police Department and other parties, and then the prosecutor’s office issues subpoenas to any non-law enforcement witnesses. The dates or times of a Court date can only be changed by the Judge after a motion is filed by either by the State or the accused.
There are times when a case does not proceed to trial at the time listed on the Court Docket. The delay is often a result of an earlier scheduled case taking more time than was anticipated by the Court. The Police Department has no control over these scenarios. These delays typically do not last very long without the Court making some accommodations, however there may be exceptions.
There are also times when a case does not proceed to trial because a non-trial resolution is reached just before trial. Typically, the prosecutor has advanced notice of plea agreements, and their office will notify witnesses prior to trial that they are released from their subpoenas. However, unfortunately in those cases that an agreement is reached shortly before trial begins, advanced notice is not possible.
There are no specific requirements for court attire. However, the Court is a professional environment and demands respect from all who enter. It is recommended that all who attend are well groomed and wear business, or business casual clothing. Additionally, while not required, it is recommended that arrangements for child care be made ahead of the date and time of trial.
It is possible that the Judge may order the sequestration of witnesses. The intent is to ensure that the testimony of one witness will not influence the testimony of another. If sequestration is ordered, each witness who may be called to give testimony in a trial will be instructed not to discuss his or her testimony or any aspect of the case with anybody, either before or after he or she testifies, until the trial is over. When sequestered, witnesses will not be allowed to observe any other testimony prior to their testimony. Violation of an order of sequestration may result in a mistrial, and/or criminal contempt charges against the violating witness.
Witnesses who are subpoenaed to appear in the Lebanon Circuit Court are allowed a witness fee, set by the State of New Hampshire, for each day or part of a day they are in attendance. The State also pays a mileage fee, set by the State of New Hampshire, round trip to the Courthouse. The witness fee and mileage allowance are combined in one check.
Upon arrival at Court, you will check in with the Court Bailiffs or at the Clerk's Office. You will need to fill out paperwork to ensure compensation. Once you are done testifying, you need to report back to the Clerk's Office. The Clerk will send your compensation request to the State of New Hampshire. Witnesses should expect several weeks before payment is received.
VICTIMS – RIGHTS
Victims of certain offenses in the State of New Hampshire are entitled to additional rights than a typical witness. For more information, see http://www.gencourt.state.nh.us/rsa/html/I/21-M/21-M-8-k.htm. If you are a victim pursuant to the laws of the State of New Hampshire, an advocate from the Grafton County Attorney’s Office or the Lebanon Prosecutor will reach out to you as soon as possible to update you on the status of the pending matter.
Generally, the maximum penalty for a violation level offense is a $1,000.00 fine, plus 24% penalty assessment (total $1,240.00).
Generally, the maximum penalty for a B misdemeanor level offense is a $1,200.00 fine, plus 24% penalty assessment (total $1,488.00).
On April 1, 2017, the Felonies First program which was passed by the Legislature and signed by the Governor went into effect. All Felony level offenses are now prosecuted by the Grafton County Attorney’s Office and hearings occur at the Grafton County Superior Court. Any and all questions regarding the status of these cases should be directed to the Grafton County Attorney’s Office, see http://www.co.grafton.nh.us/all-departments/attorneys-office/, or the Grafton County Superior Court, see https://www.courts.state.nh.us/courtlocations/grafsupedir.htm.
All Juvenile hearings are heard at the 2nd Circuit Court – Family Division – Lebanon. For questions regarding hearing dates, please contact the Lebanon Family Court, see https://www.courts.state.nh.us/courtlocations/famgraftdir.htm. Follow the same procedures for checking in with the Court Bailiffs or Clerk's Office as in an adult case. Juvenile proceedings are not open to the public and are held in rooms separate from those used for adult criminal trials. Important: it is a criminal offense to disclose the names or addresses of juveniles involved in Juvenile offenses.
MISDEMEANOR AND VIOLATION CASES
All misdemeanor, violation, and city ordinance cases are heard in the 2nd Circuit Court – District Division – Lebanon. For questions about court dates, pending charges, or how to file motions to continue or other requests, please contact the 2nd Circuit Court – District Division – Lebanon, see https://www.courts.state.nh.us/courtlocations/grafdistdir.htm.
No. NH RSA 159:19 Courtroom Security: No person shall knowingly carry a loaded or unloaded pistol, revolver, or firearm or any other deadly weapon as defined in RSA 625:11, whether open or concealed or whether licensed or unlicensed, upon his or her person or within any of his possessions owned or within his or her control in courtroom or area used by a court. Whoever violates the provisions of this paragraph shall be guilty of a class B felony. The provisions of this section shall not apply to marshals, sheriffs, policemen or other duly appointed or elected law enforcement officers, bailiffs and court security officers, or persons with prior authorization of the court for the purpose of introducing weapons into evidence.
No plea will be entered on your behalf, and a probable cause hearing will be set within 20 days.
Generally, the maximum penalty for an A misdemeanor level offense is a $2,000.00 fine, plus 24% penalty assessment (total, $2,480.00), 12 months in the House of Corrections, and 2 years of probation. If you are charged with an A misdemeanor, you may be eligible for court appointed counsel if you qualify for financial reasons. Please contact the 2nd Circuit Court – District Division – Lebanon for information on how to apply for court appointed counsel if you wish to do so. See https://www.courts.state.nh.us/courtlocations/grafdistdir.htm.
The Grafton County Department of Corrections is located at 3787 Dartmouth College Highway in North Haverhill, New Hampshire.
To register online, please visit LebanonNH.gov/Register to create a new account or login using Facebook, Google, or email. Once you are logged in, you can choose the activity you are interested in, select the member of your household, check out, or continue browsing. Check out the guide.
If you are a performer looking to book a performance for our Summer Concert Series, please send an email to Krissy Flythe with the series you are interested in the subject line, and a contact number, website to listen to your music, and your fee range in the body of the message. If you aren't online, you can send a promo kit to the Recreation and Parks Department office.
If you are interested in a job at Camp Kaleidoscope, please contact the Recreation and Parks Department.
For more information about Camp Kaleidoscope, please visit LebanonNH.gov/CampK.
For information on becoming a vendor at the Lebanon Farmers Market, please visit the LebanonFarmersMarket.org where you will find applications for new and returning vendors as well as application deadline information.
If you have ideas for new programs, please contact the Recreation & Parks Department and speak with Paul, Rick, or Krissy. For senior programs you can speak with Krissy Flythe. For 18+ programs you can speak with Paul Coats. For 18+ sports programs you can speak with Rick Desharnais.
If you are interested in volunteering to lead a youth program, please contact the Recreation & Parks Department at 603-448-5121. For question regarding leading programs and special events, please contact Krissy Flythe.
Romp and Stomp is for children ages 2 - 4, where they can join us for a mixture of movement exploration, finger play, music activities, parachute games and more. It is a great opportunity for group interaction and socialization.Parent participation helps children enjoy this fun-filled activity period. Participants may register for both Fall and Winter sessions at the same time. Space is limited so please register early! See our Romp & Stomp page for complete details.
The Shamrock Shuffle is a 5k running race where all money raised benefits programs and parks you'll want to visit. There is also a 1 mile fun run just before the race. Learn more about the race at Shamrock5K.com.
Lebanon Recreation and Parks offers a variety of sports and camps throughout the year. You can learn more by reviewing our program guides which we publish twice a year for spring/summer and fall/winter programs. These program guides are always posted on our Program Guide page and are distributed in all Lebanon District schools.
Learn about the various camps that are offered and what it means to be a host family on the Challenger Sports website.
Lebanon Recreation & Parks does not run youth baseball, it is run by the Lebanon Youth Baseball Association. We do have printed information in our office and will collect registration forms prior to their deadline. Please visit LebanonYouthBaseball.com for complete details.
Lebanon Recreation & Parks will contact you if there is a cancellation. Primary contact will be via email and posting will be placed on our cancellation page, Facebook, Twitter, and League Lineup. If you need a phone call for cancellations, please be sure to specify that when signing up. We do have text message alerts for sports cancellations.
You can sign up for the Upper Valley Running Club with Lebanon Recreation & Parks Department. Learn more about the running club and races.
If you are interested in volunteering to coach a sport, please contact the Recreation & Parks Department at 603-448-5121. If you are interested in coaching a specific sport, please contact Rick Desharnais.
The Lebanon Solid Waste Facility hours of operation are:
Monday - Friday8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.Scales shut down at 4 p.m.
Saturdays8:30 a.m. - 2 p.m.Scales shut down at 1 p.m.
The Solid Waste Facility is always closed on:
Visit the Lebanon Solid Waste and Recycling Facility.
You can drop off items at the Solid Waste & Recycling Facility.
The Lebanon Police Department has a Pharmaceutical Drop Box installed in their lobby. It’s available 24 hours a day for you to turn in old, unused or discarded pharmaceutical prescriptions. For more information please visit the Pharmaceutical Drop Box page.
Punch cards are NOT available for purchase at the Solid Waste Facility. They may be purchased in person at Lebanon City Hall or at one of the following local vendor locations:
For more information, please refer to our Punch Cards and Permits page.
All commercial haulers must register with the Solid Waste Facility attendant. To establish a commercial account with the Lebanon Solid Waste facility, please visit our Businesses and Haulers information page.
Please refer to our What Goes Where page for complete details.
In New Hampshire, all computer monitors, laptops and televisions are banned from disposal in landfills and incinerators. The Lebanon Recycling Center will accept these items for a fee. Best Buy and Staples will also accept these items at no cost or a small fee depending on the size of the item. Best Buy or Staples should be contacted for up-to-date information. For more information refer to our What Goes Where page.
All containers with numbers 1 through 7 are now being accepted at the Lebanon Recycling Facility. This means that beyond your bottles (caps removed of course) and beyond your laundry soap containers (rinsed, rinsed, and rinsed some more) you can now recycle materials such as yogurt cups, butter and margarine tubs, and deli containers. For more information, please refer to our What Goes Where page.
Plastic bags and plastic film is accepted for recycling at the Lebanon Solid Waste Facility. Please see our What Goes Where page for more information.
If you notice an odor coming from the Solid Waste Facility, please report it using our Odor Complaint form located on the Solid Waste Facility Odor Complaints web page.
Lebanon's tip fee for landfill disposal is $78.80 per ton. There are separate fees for different items such as refrigerators, mattresses, furniture, etc. Please refer to the landfill website for a list of the various fees. For information on forms of payment, please visit our Punch Cards and Permits page.
No, these items can not be recycled at the Lebanon Recycling Center. The recycling markets for these items is not stable. Please dispose of plastic toys, pails and swimming pools appropriately.
Yes, look for the white bins with the Apparel Impact label at the Lebanon Solid Waste Facility.
The landfill is a great place for bird watching! We have a family of six bald eagles that live nearby and visit us almost daily, a large number and variety of hawks that feed on mice, voles and other animals that live in the closed areas of the landfill. A beaver along the Connecticut River and feral cats that live under a small shelter we have built, are at the site too. The cats are trapped tagged, neutered and released courtesy of the USDA bird and animal control person at the landfill.
The following cannot be placed in the Lebanon Landfill for disposal:
For more information, please visit our Hazard Waste Collection page.
The Lebanon Landfill takes sludge from the wastewater treatment facilities.
You can view a copy of your current or 2021 Tax Bills by visiting our Property Tax Payment Portal powered by EB2Gov. To obtain payment information, or if you need assistance finding your bill, please contact the City Clerk/Tax Collector’s office at 603-448-3054. Please Note: Tax bills prior to 2021 must be requested from the City Clerk/Tax Collector’s office; this is due to a software change.
Accepted payment methods are:
The payment fee for over-the-counter and online credit card payments is 2.79% of the total bill amount paid. We accept Discover, Amex, Mastercard, and Visa. There is a $0.95 fee for paying by e-check.
The non-refundable payment fee will be charged by and retained by Heartland to cover the cost of processing your online payment. The City of Lebanon receives no portion of these payment fees. You will have the opportunity to view the payment fee to be charged prior to finalizing your payment.
If your mortgage holder pays your tax bill through your escrow department, it is your responsibility to be sure that they have the information for payment.
To pay your property tax bill online, please visit our online payment portal.
If you mail your payment directly to City Hall, please make your check payable to the City of Lebanon and mail it to:
City of LebanonTax Collector51 N Park StreetLebanon, NH 03766
As long as the postmark is on or before the due date, it is considered timely and will not be subject to interest. Interest charges will begin accruing 31 days after each bill date at an annual rate of 8% until the date of a tax lien implementation at which time the annual rate increases to 14%. There is no added 'grace period' once the bill is due.
The current tax rate for the 2021 tax year is $26.98 per $1,000 of assessed value. The tax rate is set by Municipal Services for the State of New Hampshire sometime in the month of October. The new rate will be shown on the bill that is mailed to you in November.
The tax rate is expressed as dollars per $1,000 of assessed value. The tax for each taxable parcel is calculated by multiplying the parcel’s assessed value by the tax rate, as calculated and approved by the New Hampshire Department of Revenue Administration (DRA), so the tax for each parcel is at the same percentage of assessed value. The tax, therefore, is a tax according to value. The City’s total, or combined, tax rate consists of four components: municipal, local school, state school, and county.
The property tax year is from April 1st to the following March 31st. The bill that is mailed in June is generally one-half of the previous year's total bill unless you have been notified by the Assessing Department of any change to your assessment. The tax rate is set by Municipal Services for the State of New Hampshire sometime in the month of October. The bill that is mailed in November will reflect the full tax amount for the current year as the gross tax. Due dates are usually around July 1st and December 1st.
If you have any questions regarding the payment of your tax bill, please call the Tax Collection Office at 603-448-3054, Monday - Thursday, 7 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. If you have any questions regarding your assessment or questions about applying for a veteran's credit or elderly exemption. please call the Assessing Office at 603-448-1499, Monday - Thursday, 7 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.