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Aug 03

Lebanon@Work for August 7, 2017

Posted on August 3, 2017 at 4:35 PM by Melissa Myers


The City of Lebanon has the following projects scheduled for the week of August 7th.

On Hickory Lane, a crew is scheduled to replace water lines and tie-in services, while another crew completes the sewer system for Canterbury Estates.  

Street maintenance crews are on schedule to sweep and seal street cracks and install new signs in various locations within City limits. 

At the Catherine Street project, crews will be working on an electric pole at Wood and Catherine Street. If time allows, the water crew will also be on site to complete hook ups for the newly installed water main. Catherine Street is currently closed for construction and motorists must use alternate routes until this project is complete.

Excavation efforts continue this week, for the new agricultural center at the fairgrounds near the Cowan Civic Center.

New sidewalk construction continues along Jefferson Avenue.  This work is currently taking place between Hayes Street and the railroad crossing.

The tree service crew is working to trim limbs in various locations, while another crew performs electrical system maintenance and meter change outs.

Motorists are asked use extra caution and watch for traffic control signs in these areas mentioned.

The crews at Public Works would like to take a moment to thank the thoughtful residents of Lebanon Missouri.  These crews are the workers who spend most of days working outside, even during extreme weather conditions.  Working in such conditions can be brutal.  However they always perform to best of their abilities no matter the weather.  Over the past month, several residents approached Lebanon crews working near the residences and offered them something cold to drink.  These workers want to express their gratitude and say big thank you to the local community who’ve been so considerate.  These acts of kindness don’t happen daily.  However, it does make their jobs much easier knowing the community cares for their well being and appreciates the work they’re doing.  Thank you so much Lebanon!

For additional information about what’s happening in Lebanon, please visit the City’s website,, or find us on Facebook.