City offices will be closed on Friday, December 22, 2017, and Monday, December 25, 2017, in observance of the Christmas holiday. City offices will also be closed on Monday, January 1, 2018.
|Keep the Wreath Red this Holiday Season|
The City of Lebanon announces a new 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 fire station, 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 22 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.
For more information, click on the below link.
Keep the Wreath Red this Holiday Season.pdf
|Final Leaf Collection Week|
Due to volumes of leaves still remaining on
the trees, the City will extend leaf collection efforts for another week period
of time. Weather permitting; leaf collection will be extended to December 15,
2017. Residents and business owners are required to have all leaves curbside no later than 7:00 am on Monday, December 11 for the final leaf pickup.
2017 Leaf Collection.pdf
|United Way of Lebanon County & City of Lebanon Hold Community Forum to Assist Locally Resettled Victims of Hurricane Maria|
On Tuesday, December 5, Mayor Sherry Capello and United Way CEO, Kenny Montijio facilitated a forum for more than 60 community leaders and representatives. This forum was just one initiative to increase awareness and develop strategies for collaboration among schools, government, employers and non-profit services to meet the needs of those in Lebanon County who have been affected by Hurricane Maria.
Press Rel RE Forum Held.pdf