Lebanon City Hall Renovation Project

As part of the approved 2019 City Budget, City Council authorized the appropriation of 3.3 million dollars for Phase I Renovations to City Hall (replace roof, reconfigure former Recreation Office for use by the Lebanon Opera House and City IT staff, replace boilers, revamp and clean the HVAC system, and exterior drainage work on the front east side of the building). 

As part of the 2020 City Budget, City Council authorized an additional appropriation of 3.3 million dollars for Phase II Renovations (renovation and reconfiguration of all meeting rooms and office spaces, full insulation, window replacement, and added security). Phase II Interior Layout Plans are available here. The full plan set is posted in the August 21st posting below.

The following timeline and corresponding documents help explain the scope of the project. 

City Hall Renovation Project Timeline

August 2020

City Hall renovations are scheduled to be completed by the end of October 2020. The present plan is for City Hall to be open for services in the renovated structure on Monday November 16, 2020.

January 2020

City Hall offices relocate to the temporary location at 20 W. Park Street. Construction at City Hall begins.

December 18, 2019

City Council approves funding for City Hall Phase II renovations at its public hearing on the proposed 2020 Municipal Budget. It is announced that all City Hall offices will be relocated to 20 West Park Street during the second week in January.

September 3, 2019

City Hall Phase I renovations begin with completion anticipated March 2020.

August 21, 2019

City Council meets to review bid results. SMP Architects and ReArch Company give a presentation to City Council regarding the scope of the work to be done including a breakdown of costs.

August 8, 2019

The request for bids closes.

July 17, 2019

A Request for Bids is posted by the Public Works Department.

June 19, 2019

City Council requests that a bid be posted for all roof work (including roofing materials, structural improvements, and insulation), and for the fitup of the former Recreation Department office for use by IT staff, as well as a new boiler for the building.

December 17, 2018

As part of the 2019 Approved Municipal Budget, City Council appropriates $3.3 million for renovations to City Hall.