Posted June 2, 2023
The following work projects are scheduled by the City of Lebanon Public Works Department for the week of May 5-9:
Street maintenance crews will be installing a crosswalk at the intersection of Washington and Commercial streets. Street sweepi... Read on about this week's projects
Posted May 9, 2023
Here is a brief summary of major actions taken by the Lebanon City Council at their May 8th meeting:
✅ Council approved Bill No. 6481 adopting the Fiscal Year 2024 Budget beginning July 1.
How will this impact me?
This will impact Lebanon residents... Read on about actions taken at the meeting
Posted April 25, 2023
Here is a summary of major actions taken by the Lebanon City Council at their April 24th meeting:
✅ Council approved Bill 6476 beginning the process of Lebanon Project 2040. This action is the beginning of a comprehensive plan for the City of Lebanon.
Why i... Read on about actions taken at the meeting
Posted April 21, 2023
The City of Lebanon Magazine - Spring Citizen Update is now available for residents.
In this edition of the citizen update, Mayor Jared Carr offers a preview of Lebanon Project 2040 that is kicking off later this year. Citizens get a preview of proposed up... Read on about the citizen spring update
Posted April 17, 2023
Mayor Jared Carr has made his selection for the 2023 Mayor Lyle Anderson Gold Leaf Award for Volunteer Service recipients.
Carr selected Eliana Henery as this year’s youth recipient and Eric Adams as this year’s adult recipient.
"We... Read on about this year's recipients
Posted April 14, 2023
The City of Lebanon has launched a new public records management system to improve efficiency and consistency in responding to public records requests.
The NextRequest software will allow the public to submit requests directly to the city through a public ... Read on about this service upgrade
Posted April 11, 2023
Here is a brief summary of major actions taken by the Lebanon City Council at their April 10th meeting:
✅ The Lebanon City Council and Lebanon Park Board met together for the presentation of the Park Master Plan. The plan will be available on the city webs... Read on about actions taken at the meeting:
Posted March 31, 2023
The Lebanon Utilities irrigation meter program kicks off on April 1 and runs through Oct. 31.
Lebanon’s sewer usage fees are based on water usage. Taking advantage of the irrigation meter program will allow you to deduct water used for ... Read on about the irrigation Meter program
Posted March 28, 2023
The City of Lebanon and Ozark Fiber are pleased to announce that a new high-speed fiber-optic communications service provider is coming to town. Ozark Fiber has already started construction on the City’s first fiber-to-the-home internet network,... Read on about this business
Posted February 23, 2023
Several City of Lebanon Electric Division employees were recently promoted to new positions within the organization.
Phil Orita was promoted to Operations Specialist in the department.
In this position, Orita will be involved with the planning, an... Read on about the promotions
Posted February 21, 2023
It was an exciting Saturday morning for Lebanon Scout Troop 57, as they met with the Lebanon Fire Department to hang falcon boxes in Downtown Lebanon on Feb. 18. The scouts built the falcon boxes as a community service project. One box was hung near Madis... Read on about this project
Posted February 2, 2023
Mayor Jared Carr announced the kickoff of Lebanon Project 2040 at his annual State of the City address on Feb. 2.
Lebanon Project 2040 is the City’s comprehensive plan to map out the future for the next 20 years and beyond.
Simply put, a... Read on about Lebanon Project 2040
Posted January 24, 2023
Here is a brief summary of major actions taken by the Lebanon City Council at their January 23rd regular meeting:
✅ Council approved Bill No. 6434 to enter into an agreement with Willard Asphalt Paving, Inc. for the purchase and installation of a... Read on about actions taken at the meeting
Posted January 10, 2023
Here is a brief summary of major actions taken at the Jan. 9th regular meeting of the Lebanon City Council:
✅ Council approved the extension of Resolution No. 474 for one year, which amended the purchasing policy to allow the City administrator to authoriz... Read on about actions taken at the meeting...
Posted November 1, 2022
Developers planning to renovate the 70,000-square-foot Allen Building property, at 200 East Commercial Street in downtown Lebanon, reached another milestone Tuesday with the official ownership acquisition of the property.
The building is now owned by Allen... Read on about this story