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Whether you’re new to town or a longtime resident, consider signing up for the Mt. Lebanon Residents Academy, a free nine-week overview of local programs and services sponsored by the Mt. Lebanon Community Relations Board (CRB).
The Mt. Lebanon Residents Academy provides a broad introduction to all aspects of local government, giving participants a look at the community’s successes and challenges, as well as an appreciation of how tax dollars are spent.
The academy complements Mt. Lebanon’s successful fire and police academies. It provides a broad introduction to all aspects of local government, giving participants a look at the community’s successes and challenges, as well as an appreciation of how tax dollars are spent.
Academy participants will hear from various municipal departments and related agencies as well as the school district from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. on eight Thursdays from January 5 through March 2. The first session is in the municipal building, but some sessions will take place at other facilities, such as the library, public safety center or rec center, depending on the topic. Some walking, including stairs, may be involved.
Mt. Lebanon Residents Academy is not a series of lectures, All municipal departments will participate, with several sharing a two-hour slot. Topics will include finance, economic development, fire and police, communications, parks and recreation, public works, zoning and library services. Medical Rescue Team South, Mt. Lebanon School District, Animal Control and other service providers also will present.
- You’re a Mt. Lebanon resident? Great! The Academy is FREE to all residents
- We know your life is super busy. So, in 9 short weeks, once a week, you can learn all about the community.
- Get an inside view of Mt. Lebanon’s municipal departments including public safety, finance, education, and recreation.
This year’s Academy is at capacity. Please check back in November 2023 for next year’s Academy application.