COVID-19 Information - City of Lebanon

Welcome to the City of the Lebanon COVID-19 Information page. Please review the following for current information related to the City's response to the COVID-19 Pandemic. You can easily find this page again at LebanonNH.gov/COVID19.

At its Wednesday, September 1, 2021 meeting, Lebanon City Council adopted Ordinance 2021-09, Face Masks to reinstate a mask mandate requiring face coverings under certain circumstances. The mandate is effective Saturday, September 4, 2021.

Masks are also required at the Lebanon Municipal Airport per federal law.

Topics on this page include: 

  • Status of City Departments
  • Current Updates and Alerts
  • Vaccine Information
  • Testing for COVID-19
  • About COVID-19
Call 211 COVID Vaccine Infographic

This page was last updated on 09/14/21 at 0238 hours.

Status of City Departments

The following is an ongoing list outlining the status of city departments. 

City Hall Offices - City Hall is open to the public from 7:00am to 5:00pm, Monday thru Thursday, and closed on Fridays. In accordance with the adoption of Ordinance 2021-09 by City Council on September 1, 2021, masks are required.

Human Services- The Human Services Department is open to the public by appointment only. In accordance with the adoption of Ordinance 2021-09 by City Council on September 1, 2021, masks are required. For more information, please visit LebanonNH.gov/HS.

Lebanon Airport - The Lebanon Municipal Airport is open.

  • TSA requires the use of face masks during the screening process through January 18, 2022.
  • CapeAir has resumed their normal flight schedule. Face masks are required to fly. Please contact CapeAir at 602-298-6476 for travel related questions.
  • Avis is open for car rentals.
  • Granite Air Center is open. Please call 603-298-6555 for service.

Lebanon Libraries: Kilton Public Library is now open to the public Monday through Friday from 10am to 5pm with no limits on the number of people in the building. Masks are required. Meeting rooms are unavailable at this stage in our reopening. Contactless pickup will continue for the foreseeable future at both locations. Lebanon Library is slated to reopen in September when the renovation is complete. For more information, please visit LebLibrary.com.

Lebanon Recreation, Arts, and Parks - See below for the status of all our park facilities and programs.

  • All Parks are open for public use. Please visit LebanonNH.gov/Parks for more information. 
  • Lebanon Memorial Pool - The outdoor pool is fully open! No reservations are required. Masks are recommended for anybody not vaccinated while out of the water. Please visit LebanonNH.gov/Pool for more information.
  • Trails - All trails are open.
  • Park Restrooms - Restrooms are open for public use at Eldridge Park and Lebanon Memorial Pool. Civic building restroom is under construction. Portable units are available at Civic Memorial Park, Basin Fields, and Riverside Community Park.
  • Youth Sports & Programs – Summer activities are in-person and unvaccinated participants will be asked to wear a mask if riding in the van. They will not be required during activities. Please view our Summer 2021 Mini Program Guide for more information. Register online at LebanonNH.gov/Register.
  • Special Events – Our 4th of July Celebration, Tunnel Grand Opening (July 8), Live Music, and more are planned for the upcoming summer months! Please visit our Special Events page for more information regarding specific events.
  • Camp R.A.P. (formerly Camp K) – Camp RAP will be located at Hanover Street School, and we will be following School District guidelines, remaining outside and in cohorts as much as possible. Please visit LebanonNH.gov/CampRAP for more information.
  • Lebanon Farmers' Market - The Summer Farmers' Market is off to a good start on Thursdays through September. The market is fully open and masks are not required, but recommended for anybody not fully vaccinated. Visit LebanonNH.gov/FarmersMarket for more information.

Lebanon Police Department - The Lebanon Police Department has resumed VIN verifications and employment-related fingerprinting services for Lebanon residents, the Lebanon School District, and Lebanon businesses. In accordance with the adoption of Ordinance 2021-09 by City Council on September 1, 2021, masks are required.  Fingerprinting will only be done on Thursdays between the hours of 10:00 AM and 2:00 PM, and on Saturdays between 9:00 AM and 12:00 PM. More details are available on their Fingerprinting page. For VIN verifications, please call our Communications Center at 603-448-1212.

Lebanon School District - for the most current updates related to the Lebanon School District, please visit the SAU88 COVID-19 Information page.

Current Updates and Alerts

The following are the most recent City of Lebanon updates. For updates from the CDC, please visit Coronavirus.gov

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Vaccine Information

The following is information related to the COVID-19 vaccine. For information and guidance on available vaccines and the wearing of masks, please visit the CDC Vaccine Information page. Please be aware the COVID-19 vaccinations for NH residents are being managed by NH DHHS and not at a local level. For questions about the vaccination process, please visit vaccines.nh.gov or call 211. For the most up-to-date, accurate details about NH’s vaccination plan, please visit nh.gov/covid19.

Testing for COVID-19

For more information about testing in NH, please visit the covid19.nh.gov or call 211.

About COVID-19

For the latest information on COVID-19 please visit the CDC website at cdc.gov/covid19 or the New Hampshire website at covid19.nh.gov or call 211.