At the beginning of August, DPW will be paving/shimming in preparation of chipseal and at the middle to end of August chipseal will take place on the following roads: Babcock Hill Rd, Williams Crossing Rd, Pigeon Swamp Rd, Cook Hill Rd, Synagogue Rd, Carriage Dr, Scenic Dr, First St, Lake Williams Dr and Lake Shore Dr. Residents please be mindful of your speed during the chipseal process. Loose stone will exist on the roads during the curing process and cleanup/sweeping of remaining stone should start at the end August.
Eversource along with Asplundh Tree contractors will be working in various parts of town for the next several months on several utility enhancement projects including tree trimming and some tree removal. The areas of town with the most activity include sections of; Exeter Rd, Trumbull Hwy, Goshen Hill Rd, Bender Rd, Gates Rd, Jordan Ln, Old Route 89 and Rafferty Rd. Residents please be careful when passing through Work Zones and if residents plan on picking any wood left behind please be mindful of your safety while doing so.
Visit the Farmers Market on Saturday, August 19 in front of Town Hall from 9 am to noon.
We are looking for new photographs of Lebanon to put on the Town's website. Photos are displayed for each season of the year. Of immediate need are summertime photos. If you have a photo you wish to share, please email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you!
Governor Jonathan Trumbull House
169 West Town St.
The Trumbull house was the home of Connecticut's Revolutionary War Governor, the only Colonial Governor to support the war for independence and is the birthplace of John Trumbull, America's Patriot Artist. Built between 1735 and 1740, the house is furnished in the period and displays several Trumbull possessions. Under Governor Trumbull's leadership, Connecticut was credited with providing more than half of the provisions to the Continental Army.
The Governor Trumbull House Museum is owned and maintained by the Connecticut Daughters of the American Revolution and is open:
Saturday 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM and
Sunday, 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM,
(The last tour begins at 4:00 PM both days)
from May 15 to October 15. Admission is free, donations accepted.
Please see the Connecticut Daughters of the American Revolution website for additional information.