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Leaf Collection - Final Week

Leaf collection will conclude on December 13, 2019.   Residents and business owners are requested to have all leaves curbside no later than 7:00 a.m. on Monday, December 9 for the final leaf pickup during that week​.  The crews will not be collecting additional leaves after passing through a neighborhood, 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.​

Street Sweeping

Residents are reminded that street sweeping will continue year round, weather permitting.    If street sweeping operations are suspended due to inclement weather conditions, the City of Lebanon will notify the press and post information on this website and social media.

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 27 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.

For more information, click on the below link.

Keep the Wreath Red this Holiday Season.pdfKeep the Wreath Red this Holiday Season.pdf

New Year's Eve Bologna Drop

The 23rd Annual New Year's Eve Bologna Drop will be held on South Eighth Street, between Chestnut and Cumberland Streets, on December​ 31, 2019.   This year's event is being sponsored by Godshall's Quality Meats, maker of Kutztown and Weaver's Bologna; Eckert Seamans Cherin & Mellott, LLC; City of Lebanon; and Downtown Lebanon-A Main Street Community.

The festivities will begin at 7:00 p.m. when the bologna is raised.   Families with children are encouraged to attend the raising of the bologna.   There will be activities following the raising of the bologna.    Beginning at 10:00 p.m., D.J. Rich will begin playing music and the bologna will be dropped at midnight.

Click on the below link for more details.


Holiday Schedule

​City offices will be closed on Tuesday and Wednesday, December 24 and 25, 2019, in observance of the Christmas holiday.   City office will also be closed on Wednesday, January 1, 2020.

There will be no street sweeping on December 24 and 25.   In addition, December 25 and January 1 are parking meter holidays and patrons may park at the​ meters free of charge.

Please click here for the revised hours of operation for the Recycling Center during the holiday weeks.

City Newsletter

Click on the below link to read the Fall Edition of the "City Works"​,  the quarterly newsletter published by the City of Lebanon.    If you would like to receive future editions, please send you email address to cityadmin@lebanonpa.org to be added to the mailing list.​


Pedestrian and Bicycle Facilities Improvements

​Click on the below link to read the Notice of Public Display for the Lehman Street, Concentrator Road and Old Forge Road Pedestrian & Bicycle Facilities Improvements Plan as part of the Transportation Alternatives Set-Aside Project.    Plans illustrating the proposed pedestrian and bicycle improvements will be on display in the City of Lebanon Department of Public Works, Room 220 of the Municipal Building, 400 South Eighth Street, Lebanon, during the period December 2 through December 20, 2019.

Plans Display Flyer_Pedestrian and Bicycle Facilities Improvements.pdfPlans Display Flyer_Pedestrian and Bicycle Facilities Improvements.pdf