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Documents, Studies, & Resources
Capital Improvements Program
Find both the approved and the proposed sections of this program.
Crafts Avenue Phase II Report
A report by the Lebanon Heritage Commission on the history of the Crafts Avenue neighborhood located in West Lebanon.
Downtown District Regulations
As a follow up to the Downtown Visioning Study, the Planning & Development Department is working with the community to craft new design regulations for development in Downtown Lebanon.
Downtown Visioning Study & Tunnel Project
The City is preparing to undertake a Downtown Lebanon Visioning Study and Tunnel Project. The overarching goal of the project is to identify a long-range, multi-faceted vision of how to make downtown Lebanon a desirable destination for the region.
Hazard Mitigation Plan
The Lebanon Hazard Mitigation Plan is a planning tool for use by the City of Lebanon in its efforts to reduce future losses from natural and/or human-made hazards. This plan does not constitute a section of the City Master Plan, nor is it adopted as part of the Zoning Ordinance.
Homeowner Water Quality Protection
This booklet, provided by Connecticut River Joint Commissions, offers useful hints for homeowners on managing runoff, caring for septic systems, conserving water, and dealing with yard waste, bugs, and chemicals. It also offers alternatives for toxic household products and a directory of sources of help.
Lebanon 2010 Census Information
The City of Lebanon's 2010 Profile of General Population and Housing Characteristics is available for viewing.
Lebanon's Wildlife Corridors
This study, completed and delivered to the Planning Department in December 2016, focuses on fourteen prominent wildlife corridor areas around the City, in addition to summarizing three assessments previously completed by Dr. Smith.
Living with the River: Riparian Buffers
A fact sheet, provided by Connecticut River Joint Commissions, on the importance of riparian buffers for your land and your environment. Contains information on what they are, why they are important, how they work, and how wide they need to be.
Natural Resources Inventory
View the table of contents and pertinent documents for the inventory.
No Idling Signs in Lebanon
The City of Lebanon has posted signs alerting drivers to New Hampshire’s existing Rules concerning the idling of vehicles. The acknowledgment and promotion of the State’s program is part of the City’s ongoing commitment to energy efficiency and sustainability and is another step toward implementing the City’s Master Plan.
Open Space Plan
In November 2021, the Conservation Commission adopted an Open Space Plan, which helps articulate the City’s long-term vision for land conservation.
Find landscape studies, "micropolis" study, hazard mitigation plan, and corridor plans.
The following pages contain information about our Transportation Alternative Program (TAP) Projects.
Walk Bike Ride Leb
View information about the Lebanon Multimodal / Complete Streets Implementation Plan.
Spencer Street Redevelopment
The City of Lebanon, New Hampshire is interested in identifying a qualified and capable developer to propose and complete the redevelopment and revitalization of a City-owned parcel located at 20 Spencer Street within the Lebanon Downtown core.
West Lebanon Village Visioning
The City is preparing for a two-day charrette to explore how Main Street and the surrounding area could be enhanced through multimodal, placemaking, and economic development enhancements.
The West Lebanon Revitalization Advisory Committee has been working to envision and advocate for future improvements in downtown West Lebanon in order to rebuild and restore the vibrant village