Sweeping of town roads is underway, beginning with the Amston Lake area.
Drive slowly in summer work zones for our safety and yours. Stay alert and lookout for our personnel, signs, trucks, bright colored shirts and slow moving equipment at any time.
Click here for the list of roads scheduled for crack sealing this year. Grading of some dirt roads and catch basin cleaning are also scheduled.
Dog licensing from June 1st - June 29th in the Town Clerk's office. Click here for more information.
The Tax Collector's Office will be closed Friday, June 29th.
The Registrars Office will be closed Thursday, July 12th.
Visit the Lebanon Farmers Market in front of Town Hall from 9:00 AM to noon on Saturday, June 23rd.
PUBLIC WORKS OPEN HOUSE
April 22, 2017
10:00 am to 12:00 p.m.
You are cordially invited to attend an OPEN HOUSE on Saturday, April 22, 2017 to visit the current facility located at the corner of Goshen Hill Road and Route 87 from 10:00 am to noon. The Committee will be present to provide you a tour of the current site and its condition, and show you the plans for the proposed new facility. In the 1950’s, the Town secured the property that is the present location of the Department of Public Works. At that time, 3 employees worked in a 5 bay block construction building servicing approximately 2,000 residents.
Times have changed over the past 60+ years since the initial DPW garage was constructed. Vehicles and their purposes, roads and the amount traffic and the needs of residents have all changed. The DPW is now staffed with 9 full time employees and equipment to maintain nearly 100 miles of roads, both dirt and paved, serving a population of 7,500 residents requiring services year-round. In 2014, Town Meeting established a Public Works Building Committee charged with overseeing the building of a new Public Works Facility to meet the needs of the Town today and into the future. The Committee has focused on finding town owned land in a central location to existing town services suitable for the new facility. Working in cooperation with multiple town agencies, the Building Committee as well as the Board of Selectmen believe that a site near the middle school best meets the needs of the department. The site is centrally located, large enough to allow future growth, close to town agencies that need to utilize it and on a State road that provides good access to the site.
All are welcome to attend the presentation about the proposed facility.
TOWN INFORMATIONAL MEETING
April 24, 2017
Fire Safety Complex