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John Habig
Director of Water/Wastewater

600 W Main St
Lebanon, OH  45036

Ph: (513) 228-3601
Fx: (513) 228-3610

Hours
Monday - Friday
7:30 am - 4:00 pm
Water Service & Water Bill Questions
If you have any questions regarding your water service or your water bill, contact the Service Department at (513) 933-7200.

After-Hours Emergencies
If you have an after-hours emergency, contact the Police Department at
(513) 932-2010.

About the Water Service Department
The City of Lebanon Water Department provides our customers with safe, reliable, high-quality water in an environmentally sound and cost-effective manner. The City of Lebanon recently completed a Water Master Plan to ensure that the water needs of this growing community are met both now and in the future.

Water Distribution System
The City operates a potable water distribution system that delivers water to approximately 7,300 accounts in and just outside of the City. This system includes approximately 110 miles of pipe. In recent years, the City has implemented an aggressive water-main replacement program to replace outdated water mains. Four water-booster stations are located throughout the City to push water into four water towers.

Sanitary Sewer
The City of Lebanon Wastewater Department provides our customers with high-quality sanitary sewer service in an environmentally sound and cost-effective manner. This is accomplished through the maintenance and operation of more than 100 miles of pipe and seven pump stations in the sanitary sewer collection system.

Wastewater Treatment Plant
The collection system transports wastewater flow to the Wastewater Treatment Plant that is owned and operated by the City. The Wastewater Treatment Plant also accepts and treats flow from South Lebanon.

Wastewater System
The City of Lebanon takes great pride in operating a quality wastewater system. A 4-million-gallon flow equalization basin has been constructed to accommodate additional flows coming into the system during storm events. This is just one project identified in the City's Sanitary Sewer System Master Plan that will be constructed to meet the needs of a growing community.