|K-9 Officer Apollo Retires|
K-9 Officer Apollo, partner to Patrolman First Class Sean Buck, has retired from the Lebanon City Police Department after nine years on the force. K-9 Officer Apollo and PFC Buck will be recognized with a ceremony on December 1, 2022, at 8:00 a.m. in the Multi-Purpose Room of City Hall, 735 Cumberland Street, Lebanon. Additionally, Lora Lebo, representing the William D. Lebo Memorial Foundation, will make a public announcement after the retirement ceremony. Please click on the below link to read the entire press release.
K9 Officer Apollo Retires.pdf
|Leaf Collection - Final Week |
Residents are reminded that the final collection of leaves will be the week of December 5. All leaves shall be placed curbside by 7:00 a.m. on Monday, December 5. The crews will not be collecting additional leaves after passing through a neighborhood during the week of December 5, and, as such, property owners will be responsible for disposing of leaves after the final collection. The cooperation of residents and business owners in complying with this closeout activity will be greatly appreciated.
|Keep the Wreath Red this Holiday Season|
The City of Lebanon announces the Holiday Fire Safety Campaign referred to as "Keep the Wreath Red". This program will be used to raise fire safety awareness during the holiday season. Each City of Lebanon Fire Station, City Hall, the Lebanon Farmer's Market and Mel's Diner will host a wreath that is wrapped with red lights. The wreaths will remain lit 24 hours a day during the holiday season from November 23 at 6:00 p.m. to New Year's Day at 6:00 p.m. If a fire occurs during the holiday season, a white bulb will replace a red bulb on the wreath. The hope is the red wreath will serve as a constant reminder to practice fire safety during the holiday season. Click on the below link for more information.
Keep the Wreath Red this Holiday Season.pdf
|Year Round Street Sweeping|
Residents are reminded that street sweeping will continue year round, weather and staffing permitting. The City of Lebanon works very hard at keeping its streets as clean as possible. The Department of Public Works utilizes two mechanical street sweepers that operate year round. If street sweeping operations are suspended due to inclement weather conditions, the City of Lebanon will issue a press release that will also be posted on the website and social media.
|Notice of Public Hearing - 2023 Tax Levy|
A public hearing for the purpose of receiving comments on Bill No. 6, Sessions 2022-2023, providing for the tax levy of the City of Lebanon for the year 2023, will be held on December 15, 2022, at 4:45 p.m. in Dixon Council Chamber, 735 Cumberland Street, Lebanon, PA 17042. For the eighth consecutive year, there is no increase in the tax levy.
|2023 CDBG Program - Notice of Public Hearing|
A public hearing regarding the CDBG Program will be held on Thursday, December 15, 2022, at 4:45 p.m.. The purpose of the hearing is to obtain the views and comments concerning the City of Lebanon's housing and community development needs; to review the CDBG Program and provide an opportunity to the public to comment on program performance; and to provide an opportunity to discuss the Goals and Objectives for the Five Year Consolidated Plan. Agencies wishing to request funding must do so in writing by 4:00 p.m. on December 23, 2022. For more information, please click on the below links.
2023 CDBG Annual Plan - Public Notice.pdf
2023 CDBG Application.pdf