The following are the major activities related to the recovery efforts from the severe rain event between July1, and July 2..
Anyone suffering any damage, no matter how minor is requested to contact NH211 by dialing 211 or 1-866-444-4211 in New Hampshire. This is the first step in helping to determine the eligibility for Individual Assistance for storm related damages.
Meriden Road-Water Main Break & Road Closure
Road work will continue throughout July 4 and 5 to facilitate the restoration of water service to all residents. Currently there are 15 homes without water. The Lebanon Fire Department will be delivering water to these residences today.
Public Works officials are hopeful that water service and full road access will be restored by Saturday access will be restored by Saturday, July 6.
Slayton Hill Road-Water Main Break and Road Closure
Contractors will begin work to install a temporary water main beginning July 4. Public Works officials are hopeful water service will be restored to all affected residents on Slayton Hill Road by Saturday, July 6. The Lebanon Fire will be delivering bottled water to each of these residences today.
Electricity was restored to each residence as far down Slayton Hill Road as #41. Lebanon Emergency Management officials will
be meeting with Liberty Utilities on July 5 to develop a restoration plan for the remaining customers.
Public Works officials have been actively meeting with engineers to develop reconstruction plans for all of Slayton Hill Road. It is important to understand that this is a complicated process and City Officials do not have a timeline for this process.
Sunset Rock Road will be closed until further notice.
Public Works crews will assess the damage and developing a restoration plan beginning Friday, July 5.Public Works crews from Lebanon, Hanover, Enfield and Hartford, VT will begin repair and clean-up work on the over 60 plus roads throughout the City beginning Friday, July 5.
Anyone requiring immediate assistance can contact Lebanon Public Safety Communications at 603 448-1212. Lebanon officials will be meeting with volunteer agencies and will be developing a plan to coordinate volunteers to assist local residents with clean-up. The Red Cross will be providing Clean-up kits for residents which will be available for pick-up at Lebanon Fire Station 1, 12 South Park Street on July 5.
People wishing to volunteer or residents requiring clean-up assistance can contact Upper Valley Strong at 603 448-0272 or online at
http://www.uvstrong.org/ or http://www.uvstrong.org/household_survey/