The Town has started the sweeping of town roads, beginning with the Amston Lake area.
Click here for the list of roads scheduled for crack sealing this year, along with/followed by grading of the dirt roads, and along with/followed by cleaning of catch basins.
Please drive slowly in our work zones for our safety and yours and be on the lookout for our personnel, signs, trucks, bright colored shirts and slow moving equipment at any time. Be alert while driving as we have many projects this year, including construction and roadside mowing, and you may find us anywhere in and out of our equipment.
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.
Please visit the Lebanon Farmers Market in front of Town Hall from 9 am to noon on Saturday, June 23rd.
In 1972, the State of Connecticut passed legislation to help control forest fires and air pollution by regulating open burning. Since then, the Department of Envrionmental Protection has been training local Burning Officials to carry out this goal. To apply for a burning permit, local residents need only visit the Town Clerk's Office and fill out an application. Efforts are being made to put the permit form online, so as to enable residents to apply online. By State Statute, only Town Residents are allowed to apply for permits. In addition, only brush no greater than 3" in diameter is permitted to be burned. Burning without a permit is subject to a ticket from the Resident State Trooper for failure to obey a town ordinance.
Upon receipt of the permit, the Open Burning Official or his Deputy will come to inspect the brush to be burned and issue the permit. This normally takes place on Saturday morning. If you have any questions about open burning, please feel free to contact the Burning Official.