03/18/20 COVID-19 Update

LebAlert , General Alerts

The City of Lebanon continues to monitor the rapidly changing events regarding the spread of COVID-19 in our region. 

The following are updates as of Wednesday, March 18, 2020:

The City of Lebanon COVID-19 page has been updated to include links to the Governor’s executive orders as well as new information in the following sections:

  • Who to Contact
  • Frequently Asked Questions

Please visit LebanonNH.gov/COVID19 to view all updated information.

As of March 17, 2020, the following City Services have changed:

  • City Hall is closed to the public except by appointment only. Operations continue and an ongoing list of services that can be completed online has been posted at LebanonNH.gov/CityServices

  • Lebanon Libraries have closed to the public but all are welcome to continue enjoying their robust collection of online resources on their website. Don’t have a library card? You can get a free digital library card online. Visit the Lebanon Libraries online at LebLibrary.com.

  • Lebanon Recreation programs have been postponed until further notice but you are encouraged to register for programs online as you normally would. All programs have been set to $0 so no fees will be charged until the program runs and you will continue to receive updates. View complete details…

  • Lebanon Police Department has modified its operations in response to COVID-19 but remains fully operational, staffed, and ready to respond to the needs of the community. Some low-priority services have been suspended to better address the current situation and residents are asked to phone rather than visit for non-emergency matters. View complete details…

  • Lebanon Solid Waste Facility remains open but protocols and procedures have been instituted for employee and public health and safety. Please review the safety precautions we ask you to take when you visit. View complete details...

  • Lebanon Fire Department burn permits will only be issued through the State of NH online permitting system. No in-person permits will be issued. View complete details…

March 18 Council Meeting to be Available by Livestream

In an effort to follow current CDC guidelines and the Governor's executive order to limit public gatherings, the City of Lebanon is taking steps to provide its upcoming March 18, 2020 City Council meeting by livestream through Microsoft Teams. View complete details…

NH 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Summary Report

The current summary report from NH DHHS regarding COVID-19 testing is as follows: 

  • Number of Persons with COVID-19: 26
  • Number of Persons with Test Pending in PHL: 208
  • Total Number of Persons Tested at NH PHL: 747
  • Number of Persons Being Monitored in NH (approximate point in time): 475

The City of Lebanon will continue to post updates on our LebanonNH.gov/COVID19 page as we receive them so please check back often.

Members of the public are encouraged to subscribe to our LebAlert notification service to receive updates by email or text by going to lebalert.regroup.com.

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