Heritage Commission Additional Resources
The following page contains additional information related to the Heritage Commission's charge.
General Documents, Studies, & Reports
- Heritage Meeting Schedule
- Heritage Application (Certificate Of Approval)
- Quarterly Reports to City Council
- Smart and Creative Certified Local Government
- 2016 Historic Survey Report (The Reconnaissance Survey of Historic Resources)
Learn more about the Historic Landmark Designation Program which was created to identify and aid in the protection of sites of significant architectural and historical value in the City of Lebanon.
Learn more about Crafts Avenue Neighborhood, a suburban street developed between 1892 and 1960 with single-family homes in architectural styles consistent with three waves of development 1892-1910; 1910-1936, & 1938-1960.
Learn more about The Colburn Park Historic District which consists of twenty-three structures (nineteen of which are contributing) and several objects facing and including a large, rectangular green in the center of downtown Lebanon called Colburn Park.
Learn more about the Dana House, the oldest existing house in Lebanon. This city-owned building is in the process of being converted into a museum and education facility.
Learn more about the Enfield Shake Village Scenic Byway that runs 3.2 miles on Route 4A starting at the intersection with Route 4 in Lebanon and ending at the Enfield Shaker Museum in Enfield.
Lebanon was a wealthy mill town for most of its first two centuries, and as recently as the 1950s. Learn how Lebanon's historic mills have been converted to present day uses, illustrating the benefits of adaptive re-use of historic structures.