Hunterdon County
New Jersey

Lebanon Township Municipal Building

530 West Hill Rd
Glen Gardner, NJ 08826
Phone: (908) 638-8523
Fax: (908) 638-5957

Municipal Office Hours

Monday - Friday 8:00 am - 4:30 pm

Office of Emergency Management Coordinator

Joseph Maurizio
Cell Phone: (908) 310-8122


Please dial 9-1-1 for any emergency which occurs within the township, including those which occur on a public road.

Website Notice

The Township of Lebanon maintains this website as a public service. The township, its officials, officers, employees, representatives or designees assume no liability for its contents. Comments regarding this website should be sent to our Webmaster.


To remotely participate in the Lebanon Township Committee Meetings, please dial (425) 436-6386, access code: 897987. Dial in is recommended since in person attendance may not be able to be accommodated while adhering to social distancing requirements.

Township Buildings Closed - Due to the COVID-19 situation, effective immediately and until further notice, all Township buildings will be closed to the public. This measure is being taken for the protection of our residents and employees. Please communicate with employees via email or telephone. Telephone extensions and email addresses can be found on this website. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause and appreciate your cooperation and understanding. Main Number - (908) 638-8523

Township Meetings Canceled - At this time, with the exception of the Township Committee Meeting, all other Township Committee, Commission and Board meetings are canceled.

Park Restrictions - Notice of Park Restrictions due to COVID-19

COVID-19 Resources - Links to county, state and federal information and resources are located on the Lebanon Township Board of Health and Lebanon Township Office of Emergency Management webpages.

Small Business Resources - Resources regarding small business assistance is located on the Lebanon Township Office of Emergency Management webpage.


Annual Litter Clean Up - Sign up now to help out during the month of April!

Easter Egg Hunt - Sunday, April 5 - Canceled

Spring Cleanup - Saturday, April 18; please check back here as we get closer to the date for possible cancellation.


ORDINANCE NO. 2020-04 - AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE PURCHASE OF A PORTION OF 661 WOODGLEN ROAD (BLOCK 36, LOT 17) IN THE TOWNSHIP OF LEBANON - Public Comment at the Township Committee Meeting April 15, 2020.

Notice to Voters - Due to the forecast for record voter turnout for the 2020 elections, there will be two polling locations in the Township. Please refer to the front of your sample election ballot for your district number. Districts 1-3 will be located at Fire Station #3, 528 West Hill Road. Districts 4-6 will be located at Fire Station #2, 532 West Hill Road. If you have questions, please contact Municipal Clerk Karen Sandorse at (908) 638-8523 x101 or Deputy Clerk Kim Jacobus at x102.

Non-solicitation List - Residents who do not want soliciting and peddling permitted on their premises should complete the Non-solicitation List Application located under Resources on the Township Clerk's webpage.

Spotted Lanternfly - The NJ Department of Agriculture has designated Hunterdon County as a quarantine county for the Spotted Lanternfly. Please visit the Environmental & Open Space Commission's webpage to learn more about this invasive pest and what to do if you see it.

Notice of Bridge Closure - Warren County has provided the following News Release Regarding the Shoddy Mill/Rymon Road Bridge:
Rymon Road Bridge Closed Over Musconetcong River - (WHITE TOWNSHIP, NJ – April 11, 2019) – Bridge #22025 that carries Rymon Road over the Musconetcong River has been closed due to structural issues found during an inspection today, the Warren County Engineer’s Office announced. The bridge connects Washington Township, Warren County, with Lebanon Township, Hunterdon County. The bridge will be closed until necessary repairs are determined and completed. While an official detour route has yet to be determined, motorists can use the New Hampton Road Bridge to the north or the Route 31 Bridge to the south. The three bridges are all within a mile of each other.

Budget - 2019 Municipal Budget

Home Safety and Repair Program - The Raritan Valley Habitat for Humanity Home Safety and Repair Program typically serves low or moderate income home owners including veterans, people with disabilities, and seniors to perform critical home repairs or safety modifications.

Grant Writers - The Township Committee is seeking grant writing volunteers