|Road Closing - August 19-21, 2019|
Traffic in the 400 block of Cumberland Street will be restricted to one lane for utility repairs during the period August 19-21. Please use caution when traveling in this area.
|Job Opportunity-Zoning Officer/Permit Processor|
The City of Lebanon is seeking applications for a full-time Zoning Officer/Permit Processor. The annual salary is $45,000-$50,000, plus a competitive benefit package. For more details, please click here.
|Public Hearing - CDBG Program|
A public hearing regarding the CDBG Annual Action Plan for FY 2020 and the Five Year Consolidated Plan for FY 2020-2024 will be held at 4:45 p.m. on August 22, 2019, in City Council Chamber. The Pre-Council meeting will convene immediately following the public hearing.
Public Notice _CDBG Program_August 22.pdf
|Lebanon Cops for a Cure-September 28, 2019|
The Annual Lebanon Cops for a Cure 5K and Pink Mile will be held at South Hills Park, 1100 South Lincoln Avenue, Lebanon, on September 28, 2019. All proceeds benefit the Lebanon Valley Family YMCA Pink Complete Program for Breast Cancer Survivors. Registration forms are available at the Lebanon Valley YMCA and the Lebanon Police Department. Click on the below link for additional information about participating in the event.
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|Walk with a Cop - October 5, 2019|
Kids ages 6-12 are invited to join Chief of Police Todd Breiner for a walk to kick off Fire Prevention Week. The walk will feature a fire truck and a talk by a Lebanon City Firefighter about fire safety. There is no fee to participate; however, registration is required. The walk is limited to the first 30 children to register. Click on the below link for more information and a registration form.
Walk With A Cop - October 5, 2019.pdf
|The Spotted Lanternfly|
The Spotted Lanternfly is an invasive planthopper that was first discovered in Pennsylvania in Berks County and has spread to other counties in the southeast portion of the Commonwealth. This insect has the potential to greatly impact agricultural crops such as grapes, hops, and hardwoods. It is also reducing the quality of life for people living in heavily infested areas.
For more information about the Spotted Lanternfly visit the Pa. Department of Agriculture website.