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  1. Downtown Parking to be Enforced

    The Lebanon Police Department has begun an initiative to enforce the time parking spaces in the downtown area to ensure proper turnover and provide ample parking for all in the downtown area. Please review the Downtown Parking Map for complete details. Continue reading...
  2. What About Insects, Spiders, and Other Creepy Crawlies?

    Did you know that out of nearly one million known insect species, only one to three percent are pests? The Lebanon Conservation Commission reminds residents most insecticides are double-edged swords, killing pests along with beneficial organisms as well. Continue reading...
  3. Manager Update, 06/06/18

    City Manager Updates are bi-weekly reports that contain departmental information compiled by the Manager's Office. View updates from Airport, Assessing, Clerk, Fire, Library, Planning, Police, Public Works, and Recreation departments. Continue Reading...
  4. What's Wrong with Weeds, Anyway?

    Did you know that clover used to be considered a desirable and healthy component of lawns until agricultural chemical companies were unable to develop a “weed killer” that spared clover? Continue reading...
  1. Who is Lebanon's 2018 Top Dog?

    The City Clerk's Office is pleased to report that they had 376 eligible contestants for this year’s Top Dog contest. Three randomly selected winners were awarded their fabulous prizes on May 19th during the LPD K9 Awareness Day. Meet this year's winners! Continue reading...
  2. Boat Registrations Are Now Available

    We are pleased to announce that the City of Lebanon Clerk's Office is now a boat agent for the State of New Hampshire and can process registration renewals and new boat registrations during regular business hours. View complete details. Continue reading...
  3. Manager Update, 05/16/18

    City Manager Updates are bi-weekly reports that contain departmental information compiled by the Manager's Office. View updates from Fire, Human Services, Police, and Public Works departments. Continue Reading...
  4. Healthy Lawns - not perfect lawns!

    The Lebanon Conservation Commission reminds residents that lawn care practices can have unintended consequences, impacting the health of our waterways, wildlife, children, and pets. Learn how you can improve lawn health without hurting the environment! Continue reading...
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