CT Alert (Emergency Notifications) registration assistance: Senior Center, July 24 from 9:00 AM to noon.
The Community Center Pool will have extended hours until 7:30 PM Monday, July 16 - Friday, July 20.
Sweeping of town roads is underway. 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.
List of roads scheduled for crack sealing this year. Grading of some dirt roads and catch basin cleaning are also scheduled.
Visit the Lebanon Farmers Market in front of Town Hall from 9:00 AM to noon on Saturday, July 21 for Local Omelet Day.
Social Services' Back-to-School Program will begin accepting donations on Monday, July 23.
Season pool passes can be purchased at the pool or in Town Hall for $5.00 per person. A daily guest pass is $3.00.
Register for Swim Lessons here.
I. Statutory Powers and Duties
II. Master Planning
The Town of Lebanon established a Planning and Zoning Commission in 1962. The Town has chosen to combine their Planning Commission and Zoning Commission, rather than have separate Commissions as is now permitted by State Statute. Federal and State enabling legislation is based on a municipality first PLANNING, through the creation of a Master or Comprehensive Plan, and second ZONING, according to said Plan.
In Connecticut, the Master Plan is referred to as the Plan of Conservation and Development. State Statute requires each this plan to be updated at least every ten (10) years by the Planning Commission. The Plan of Conservation and Development is available for sale in the Town Clerk's Office.
III. Zoning and Subdivision Regulations
The PZC holds regular meetings the third Monday of each month. Special meetings may be scheduled when deemed necessary. Meetings are held in the Town Hall at 7 pm and are open to the public. Check the calendar for specific meeting dates and times.
In 2015, Lebanon was awarded COMMUNITY OF THE YEAR by the CT Chapter of the American Planning Association “in recognition of its on-going efforts to preserve its agricultural-based economy and town character”.
Employment, income & housing data (2016)
May 2017 Zoning Map
Revised through 2-14-18
Requires town meeting to accept new town roads (1973)
This fee schedule supersedes any prior fee schedule pertaining to the Planning and Zoning Commission. (revised 4/2018)