During the month of July 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, July 22 in front of Town Hall from 9 am to noon.
The 102nd Army Band will perform a free concert on Lebanon Green on Saturday, July 29th at 7 PM. Click here for details.
The United Way has set up the following locations where people can donate shelf stable food (no glass bottles), flashlights, batteries and blankets for the hurricane victims. Please check with the location for drop off details.
The links below contain all of the Emergency Contact Information that was sent to all residents via direct mailing in early November.
The Emergency Operation Center (EOC) staff will update the emergency information line with current data as it becomes available. The number for the EOC is: 860-642-7111.
Did you know Lebanon is part of the CT Alert Emergency Notification Systems (ENS)?
CT Alert ENS allows state and local officials to help protect lives and property by providing critical information to residents during emergencies, including dangerous situations. CT Alert ENS is managed by the State Department of Emergency Services and Public Protection.
CT Alert ENS uses the state’s Enhanced 9-1-1 (E9-1-1) database for location-based notifications to the public for life-threatening emergencies.The E9-1-1 database includes only wire-line traditional telephone numbers in the state (the "land line” phone you may have in your home). If you want the system to send alerts to other communication devices that you use, then you must provide your contact information by logging in to the CT Alert ENS Citizen Sign-Up Page.
The following devices can be included to receive alerts from CT Alert ENS:
Voice Over IP landlines
Text Messaging and/or Instant Messaging
Wireless Personal Digital Assistants, such as BlackBerry® (PDAs)
NOTE: You are responsible for any costs associated with your receipt of text, phone, or other messages received through any emergency notification system.
You can also specify the order you want to receive the emergency notification, by specifying the contact path order for multiple communication devices. The system will cycle through your communication devices until the message is delivered and/or confirmed on one of them in accordance with the selection made by the 911 Emergency Communications Center.
The CT Alert ENS Citizen Sign-Up Page will also allow you to list up to three additional locations in this state for which you want to receive alerts. These locations may include, for example, the towns where other family members live, or where children attend school.
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You can update your information by returning to the CT Alert ENS Citizen Sign-Up Page.