Go To Search
Water
Responsibilities
The City of Lebanon has been providing water to the City since 1929. Currently Lebanon's water comes from seven (7) deep wells. The City has around 6000 water connection and serves around 14,000 customers with 120 miles of water line. The water system's maximum capacity is 5 million gallons/day. Average consumption is 2.7 gallons/day with peak consumption at approximately 3 million gallons/day. The system has a storage capacity of 3 million gallons in five (5) elevated storage towers.

The Responsibilities of the Water Department include:
  • Providing high-quality water for domestic, industrial, and fire fighting
  • Providing excellent customer service
  • Providing services 24-hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year

Resources
spacer.jpg Contact
Mike Ogle
Water Supervisor


Public Works
1401 W. Commercial
P.O. Box 111
Lebanon, MO 65536
Ph: (417) 532-2156 x1092
Fx: (417) 588-6098

Hours
Monday - Friday
8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Reporting Request
Attention Lebanon City Residents: If you notice a sewer overflow or water leak, please contact Lebanon City Hall at 417-532-2156 Monday-Friday between the hours of 8:00am and 5:00pm. During after hours, on weekends, and/or holidays, please contact Lebanon’s Police Department at 417-532-3131. The City appreciates your assistance.

Electric |  Wastewater |  Streets |  Stormwater / Floodplan Management

Facebook Twitter YouTube


friendly people. friendly place.
Contact Us     Sitemap     Renewable Energy     Accessibility     Copyright Notices    Powered by CivicPlus
Lebanon City Hall      401 S. Jefferson      Lebanon, MO 65536      Ph: (417) 532-2156      Fx: (417) 532-8388      
Official Missouri Division of Tourism Website