In observance of Memorial Day, please be aware that City Hall, Lebanon Libraries, Lebanon Landfill, and all other City administrative offices will be CLOSED on Monday, May 29, 2017.
Lebanon Honors its Veterans
Memorial Day is a time to honor the men and women who have died while serving in our armed forces. The City of Lebanon is dedicated to the sincere, heartfelt appreciation of all Lebanon veterans and their families for their service and sacrifice to enable their fellow residents and citizens to continue to enjoy life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. Please take a moment to remember the sacrifices made for the red, white and blue, and visit our Lebanon Honors its Veterans page to learn more about the veterans in our community.
Watch the Parade
You may also want to attend the American Legion Post #22 Memorial Day parade. The parade will start at 11:00am (in vicinity of “old” Sacred Heart School): Proceed down Route 120 (Hanover Street), pausing at the Hanover Street Bridge for a service, continuing around Colburn Park, heading down Church Street and entering the School Street Cemetery for a brief service. Parade will continue out of cemetery onto School Street and proceed to Colburn Park for Memorial Day Service. For more information, please visit the American Lebanon Post #22 website at: http://www.Post22.org.
Share Your Photos
While you celebrating with family and friends, please consider snapping a few photos to contribute to our LebNH Photo Gallery. Whether you are watching the parade, visiting the Soldier’s Memorial building, or enjoying a BBQ in one of Lebanon’s many parks, we’d love for you to share what makes the City of Lebanon a great place to live! Visit our LebNH Photo Gallery!
While our offices are closed, please remember you can always visit Ask LebNH to find answers to frequently asked questions or to submit a concern or request. If you are experiencing an emergency, please call 911. Visit LebanonNH.gov/Ask to learn more.