Lebanon Utilities Projects
Abner Longley Water Storage Tank Facility – The purpose of this project is to provide greater reliability for the southern portion of the Lebanon Utilities Water System. This facility will hold 2-million-gallons of water. It is a Tendon-Prestressed Concrete Water Tank with an aluminum geodesic dome roof.
Elm St. Water Tower Painting – This project provided new coating and design for the Elm St. Water Tower. Projected Completed.
Wastewater Collections Crew scoped 12” sewer line today in the Brendanwood area. Crews remotely control robotic camera equipment to drive through hundreds of feet of underground pipe. The scoping today was continued effort to gather more information to help eliminate SSO’s (Sanitary Sewer Overflows) that occur in the City of Lebanon.
Osmose Utilities Services, a contractor for Lebanon Utilities, is preforming wood pole inspections around Lebanon. The scope of their work is to locate all wooden poles that Lebanon Utilities is attached to and perform an integrity inspection. This process involves walking, digging around the pole, hammering & drilling into the pole to complete their inspection. Entering residents property, in some cases may be necessary to access our poles. Any contractor working for Lebanon Utilities should be able to properly identify themselves.
Electric Crews continue to make improvement on our electrical system throughout the City of Lebanon