A closeup of people lining Washington Road in their Lebo gear, including kids and adults waiving at the camera.


Public Works Facility Project

Public works provides many of the day-to-day services all Mt. Lebanon residents rely on, including snow removal, leaf pickup, tree trimming, park and municipal grounds maintenance and some street repair. To help them do their job more efficiently, Commissioners approved an $8.68 million addition and renovation to the public works campus on Cedar Blvd.

The project, which had several phases through Autumn of 2019, included a new salt storage dome, a building for seasonal equipment and a new firing range building for training use for the Mt. Lebanon police.

Read the details of the project:

Last Phase Of Public Works Project Approved – Mt. Lebanon Magazine, June 2018
Mt. Lebanon To Upgrade Public Works Complex – Mt. Lebanon Magazine, March 2018

Schematic drawings for the new public works building project
Schematic drawings for the new public works facility
Engineering drawings showing the layout of the new firing range
Public Works schematic drawings for the new firing range