Departments & Services
Lebanon City Hall
Lebanon City Hall is open Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. City Hall is located at 51 North Park Street, Lebanon, NH 03766. The following departments and services are located in City Hall:
- Planning & Development
(Codes and Zoning)
- Council Chambers
- East Meeting Room
- West Meeting Room
The Human Services Office is located on the Lebanon Pedestrian Mall in the Commerce Building at 24 Hanover Street, Suite 9 in Lebanon. The phone number is 603-448-2944.
The Lebanon Fire Department provides emergency medical/ ambulance service. The Central Fire Station (Station 1) is located on South Park Street in Lebanon. Station 2 is located on Main Street in West Lebanon and Station 3 is located on Route 4 in the eastern section of the City. Call 911 for fire/ambulance emergencies, and 448-8810 for non-emergencies.
The Lebanon Police Department is located at 36 Poverty Lane in Lebanon. Call 911 for emergencies and 448-1212 for non emergencies. The number for the administrative offices is 448-8800.
Public Works Department
The Lebanon Public Works Department, located at 193 Dartmouth College Hwy. in Lebanon, consists of the following divisions and groups:
- Administrative Services
- Engineering Division
- Operations & Maintenance
- Solid Waste Management
- Utility Operations
Solid Waste Management Group is located on Route 12A and operates the City's Landfill and Recycling Center. Lebanon residents may purchase tickets during regular hours to use the Landfill at City Hall, the Lebanon Library and the Kilton Public Library. Tickets cannot be purchased at the Landfill. Recycling is available to all Lebanon residents free of charge.
Utility Operations Group is responsible for the day-to-day operations of both the Water Treatment Facility located on Pumping Station Road and the Wastewater Treatment Facility located on Treatment Plant Road (off Rt. 12A). If you are interested in a tour of either facility, call 603-448-3112.
Recreation and Parks Department
The Lebanon Recreation and Parks Department, located in City Hall, offers many programs and special events year round. Activities include youth and adult sports, coaching education, swimming and skiing lessons, drama, music and art programs, outdoor education, a July 4th celebration and parade, Camp Kaleidoscope, and the popular summer concert series in Colburn Park. Youth-In-Action, a teen volunteer program, involves young people in community service projects. Public parks & facilities include three ball fields, a swimming pool, ski area, boat launch, and over 800 acres of natural areas to explore. For more information contact the Recreation Department at 603-448-5121.