SOUTH LEBANON TOWNSHIP AND COVID-19 

The South Lebanon Township Building will remain open during the COVID-19 virus pandemic but ask the public to utilize other available options when possible.  Payments for sewer bills, pavilion rentals, fines and parking space rent can be placed in the drop box on the wall in front of the Township Building. If you would like a receipt mailed to you, please indicate as such.  Questions or any further comments can be made by phone at 717-274-0481, email (sltownship@comcast.net) or fill out this form and you will receive a prompt reply.  If you absolutely need to speak to someone in person, please ring the doorbell and we will let you in during our normal business hours between 7:30 a.m. and 4:00 p.m., Monday - Friday.

The South Lebanon Township Drop Box

Websites about COVID-19

For local updates, the public is encouraged to monitor the Lebanon County Department of Emergency Services website https://covid19.lcdes.org/ but for all other national or worldwide news, you can follow the following websites for the most up to date facts and information:

Governor Tom Wolf: https://www.governor.pa.gov/

PA Department of Health: https://www.health.pa.gov

Centers for Disease and Control and Prevention: https://www.cdc.gov

Johns Hopkins University & Medicine: https://coronavirus.jhu.edu/

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There will be NO TAX INCREASE for South Lebanon Township in 2020!

The Annual Budget is available for review at the Township Building.

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More information about the 2020 Census can be found by clicking here

Leb Co Long Range Transportation Plan LegendLeb Co Long Range Transportation PlanDo you have a concern with a roadway or intersection in South Lebanon Township? Go to https://wikimapping.com/Lebanon-County-LRTP1.html to pin point the location and give a description of the issue for consideration in the Lebanon County Long Range Transportation Plan.