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July 28, 2014 - Full Council Agenda

Automatic Water/Sewer Payments

If you would like to have your water/sewer payment automatically deducted from your financial institution account, please download the .pdf application (here), print it out, fill it out, and take it to City Hall along with a cancelled check. Currently under test, this system will be ramped up as soon as the tests are complete.
The City requires a cancelled check physically be on file in order to use this service.

No more late water bills. Notifications will not change except to state on your bill that the amount shown will be withdrawn and on what date.

For further information, contact City Hall - (618) 537-4976
You can also email: water@lebanonil.org

Welcome to the Official webpage for the

City of Lebanon, Illinois

 

city hall
City Hall on St. Louis Street

police dept
Lebanon's Police Station

City Services and Personnel

The City of Lebanon is a municipality incorporated and organized under the laws of the State of Illinois for the purpose of providing residents with the following services: 

Police Protection 
Ambulance Service 
Water/Sewer Service 
Cemetery 
Street Maintenance 
Building Code Enforcement 
Library 

City Hall
312 W. St. Louis Street
Lebanon, Illinois 62254

Phone: (618) 537.4976
Fax: (618) 537.8377
Email: clerk@lebanonil.org

Lebanon Public Library
www.lebanonpubliclibrary.org/
314 West St. Louis Street
Lebanon, IL  62254

(618) 537-4504
Fax:  (618) 537-4399

Lebanon-Emerald Mound Volunteer Fire Department
312 W St. Louis
Lebanon, IL 62254
(618) 660-9548 (Fire Chief)

Lebanon Police Department
www.lebanonpd.com
403 W St Louis St
Lebanon, Illinois 62254
(618)537-4955

Med Star Ambulance
www.medstarems.net

City codified ordinances are currently offline.

Minutes & Ordinances
Minutes and Ordinances for viewing and download.

 

City Officials
Mayor Rich Wilken
Clerk Pamela Koshko
Treasurer Paul Grob
Attorney Bruckert, Gruenke & Long
Street/Alley/Cemetery
Supt.
Jody McNeese
Water/Sewer Supt. Penny Pinkstaff
Library Director Kelly Wilhelm
Alderman
Ward I Frank Almeter
  Jack Wise
Ward II Stephen Hagan
  Landall Mack
Ward III Bruce "Bart" Bartholomew
  Cheri Wright
Ward IV Joe Diliberto
  Mary Alice Koriath
Plan Commission

Brenda D. Boudreau - Secretary
Dean Brewer - Vice Chair
Jerry Cornell
John Cummins - Chair
Rick Gale

James Macaluso
Fred Robinson
John Seely
Britt Sowle

Zoning Board of Appeals

James Dunn
Janice Grice - Chair
Joe Hogg
John Mould

Damien Rodriquez
William Sandretti
Kevin Wright

Lebanon-Emerald Mound
Fire Protection District

The Lebanon-Emerald Mound Fire Protection District (LEMFPD) encompases the City of Lebanon as well as areas surrounding and outside of city limits. The Lebanon Emerald Mound Volunteer Fire Department (LEMVFD) is a member of a group of Mutual Aid Fire Departments and can be seen assisting in many surrounding areas and communities.

The LEMFPD is a separate entity from the City of Lebanon and is also a separate taxing district.

The LEMFPD is governed by a Board of Trustees
that are appointed by the Saint Clair County Board.
Officials as of 3/14/2011 are:

LEMFPD Officials
Trustees Ed Brockhahn
Don Mueller
Richard Rutherford
Bill Suydam
Jim Trame
Fire Chief Matthew Berberich
Asst Chiefs Matthew Trame
Dean Zurliene

Lebanon Community Unit
School District 9

The Lebanon Community Unit School District provides education at the pre-Kindergarten through High School (pre-K-12) level for students in Lebanon, Summerfield, and the surrounding area.

The LCUSD9 is a separate taxing body and
is governed by an elected School Board.
Officials as of 3/17/2011 are:

LCUSD9 Officials
School Board

Paul Baer
Carl Berry
Gary Haas
Mike Harter
Brent Koenig
Bill Layman
Marvin Meddows

Superintendent of Schools Patrick Keeney
Principals Leigh Jackson - (6 - 12)
Jeff Teasley - (pre K - 5)
Secretary Geri Hughes

Horner Park District

The Horner Park District encompasses the City of Lebanon, City of Summerfield, and surrounding areas.
With responsibility for parks in Lebanon, Summerfield, and Horner Park - North of the Lebanon City Borders.

The Park District is a separate taxing body and is governed by an elected Board of Commissioners.

Note that Horner Park is a public park on private land, with its own group of Trustees. The Board of Commissioners works closely with the Trustees in matters affecting Horner Park.
Officials as of 3/17/2011 are:

Horner Park Officials
Commissioners

Steve Dugger
Jim Macaluso
Jeff Nunn
Bill Reibold
John Schieppe
Julia Whitney
Tim Wilhelm

Secretary