City of Lebanon is working on several projects this week

City of Lebanon

The city of Lebanon Public Works Department has the following projects scheduled for the week of Sept. 10 through 14:


Lebanon's inflow and infiltration crews are planning to do smoke testing if weather permits.  Workers will distribute information to residential and commercial customers. In the event of inclement weather, crew members will video and clean sewer mainlines throughout the city instead.


The construction crew will be working on a new service to Cedarhurst at 842 Lynn Street. The maintenance crew will be completing work orders around the city. The tree crew will be trimming lines at the sewer plant. There will also be a crew trimming on Bland Road and Jean Drive.


The Water Division will have a crew replacing a sewer main and manholes for Frank Street. There is a crew scheduled to finish Reeves water piping installation on Lawson Road. The division will also be completing water meter change outs and taking care of emergencies as they arise.


Street construction crews will be excavating and installing concrete on a stormwater detention area near Laclede Industries.


Street maintenance crews will be making asphalt repairs on streets in Wards 2 and 3 and at the intersections of Third and Harrison, Bennett and Jefferson, and Lincoln and Pearl. Street sweeping is planned for Ward 1. 


Street maintenance crews also plan to paint new striping on the full-length of Elm Street. At this time, striping work is planned for Tuesday and Wednesday. Striping equipment will move slowly while performing this work, which will impact the flow of traffic on Elm Street. Motorists are encouraged to drive safely through this work area. Only minor traffic impacts are expected in other areas where work is planned.


Lebanon’s Recycling Center is open from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. one Saturday each month in addition to regular business hours. The next Saturday opening is scheduled for Sept. 22. Lebanon’s Recycling Center is located at 1401 West Commercial Street. The recycling program is free for residents of Camden, Laclede and Miller counties. For more information, visit the resident's section of Lebanon’s website at


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The Laclede County Record

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Lebanon, MO 65536
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