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Opening of Lauther Memorial Water Complex

In celebratio​n of the Memorial Day holiday, the pool will be open May 27-29, from 12:00 noon-6:00 p.m., weather permitting.   The pool will open for the regular season on June 3 and remain open daily from 12:00 noon -6:00 p.m. through August 13, weather permitting.

Please click on the below link for daily rates, season passes, and private pool parties​. 

Pool Opening.pdfPool Opening.pdf


Walk With the Mayor

Join Mayor Sherry Capello on a one mile walk through the City of Lebanon.   Walks are scheduled for June 24, July 18, and August 22.   ​ Participants will receive a free pedometer, a bottle of water and fitness tips from a Lebanon YMCA Health Coach.   There is no fee to participate in the walk.   Click on the below link for more information.

Walk with the Mayor.pdfWalk with the Mayor.pdf

Walk with Chief of Police Todd Breiner

Kids ages 6-12 are invited to join Chief of Police Todd ​Breiner on a fitness walk that will focus on safety tips.   Youth will receive a free t-shirt, a safety book, a bottle of water and a healthy snack.    The walks are scheduled for June 13, July 22, and August 17, 2017.   All walks will begin at the LV Family YMCA.   There is no fee to participate; however, registration is required.     Click on the below link for more information and a registration form.

Walk with a Cop.pdfWalk with a Cop.pdf


Posting of Temporary Signs

​Residents are reminded that no signs, advertisements, cards, posters or anything of the like character are permitted to be posted on light and traffic standards, utility poles, parking meters and trees located along the street and highways of the City of Lebanon.   The ordinance was enacted to protect the condition of the poles and protect the visibility of the traveling public, to reduce distractions to motor vehicle​ operators and to reduce the litter from the streets as a result of torn signs.