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A Sound Permit Application must be received at the City Manager's Office at least two weeks prior to your event. Sound Permits are granted for events taking place from 8 am to 8 pm Monday through Saturday, and from 1 pm to 5 pm on Sundays per City Code, Chapter 110. If your event falls out of these time frames, special permission needs to be granted by the City Council, which will require at least two weeks’ notice. Once submitted and approved by the Chief of Police, the approved sound permit will be emailed to the applicant to have on hand at their event. For further information view the Sound Permit Application Form (PDF).
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Lebanon Outcomes are a set of initiatives developed with all City Departments to assist in the implementation of activities that will bring Lebanon closer to becoming a sustainable community. For more information or to share your ideas or suggestions, please contact the City Manager's Office at 603-448-4220. More information about the Outcomes can be found by visiting the Lebanon Outcomes page.
The Lebanon District Court can be reached by calling 603-643-3555. You can also visit the Grafton County District Divisions - Lebanon page for more details.
The Lebanon Post Office on East Park Street can be reached by calling 603-448-2348 or by visiting the USPS.com Lebanon page.
We are sorry you have encountered a broken link or missing information on our website. We appreciate your input as we strive to maintain this community resource. To report this problem, please submit the information using our Resident Request Form. Choose "website" from the topic dropdown list. Thank you!
Lebanon In Depth was a televised production, hosted by retired City Manager Greg Lewis, which presented a behind-the-scenes analysis of Lebanon City operations and its effect on Lebanon residents. The program was produced and filmed by Community Access Television (CATV) and can now be found on the City's Lebanon in Depth YouTube channel. The program was discontinued when Manager Lewis retired.
The City of Lebanon extends its special thanks to CATV for granting its permission to reproduce and post Lebanon in Depth on the City's website.
The City Manager is available through many lines of communication.
Phone: 603-448-4220Fax: 603-966-3122Email:email@example.comMailing Address: 51 North Park Street, Lebanon, NH, 03766
While you do not need to have an appointment, having a scheduled time is the best way to assure that you receive enough time to express your concerns, ideas, and more. Unless unavailable due to an appointment, meeting, etc the City Manager's door is always open.
Yes, an application must be filed with the City Manager’s Office. The application is available online here: Licensing Board page.