Park Committee to meet Monday, February 12, 2014 at 10:00 a.m.

Posted on: February 8th, 2024 by jhaddix

The South Lebanon Parks & Recreation Committee will be meeting on Monday, February 12, 2024, at 10:00 a.m. in the Conference Room, 10 N. High Street, South Lebanon, OH. Click below to download the agenda for this meeting. For any questions, you can contact Jerry Haddix, City Administrator, at or at (513) 494-2296.

02.12.24 Parks Committee Meeting Agenda
02.12.24 Parks Committee Meeting Agenda
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Personnel Committee to meet on Monday, January 29, 2024, at 11:00 a.m.

Posted on: January 26th, 2024 by jhaddix

The South Lebanon Personnel Committee will be meeting on Monday, January 29, 2024, at 11:00 a.m. in the City Council Chambers, 10 N. High Street, South Lebanon, OH. Click below to download the agenda for this meeting. For any questions, you can contact Jerry Haddix, City Administrator, at or at (513) 494-2296.

01.29.24 Personnel Committee Meeting Agenda
01.29.24 Personnel Committee Meeting Agenda
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Pike Street from Main St to High to Close for 14 Weeks for Bridge Work

Posted on: January 17th, 2024 by jhaddix

Warren County Engineer’s Office

210 W Main Street   |   Lebanon, Ohio 45036

PHONE – (513) 695-3301   |   FAX – (513) 695-7714


Mason-Morrow-Millgrove Road (Pike Street) to Close for 14 Weeks for Bridge Rehabilitation

Lebanon, Ohio – South Lebanon, Warren County, Ohio – Mason-Morrow-Millgrove Road (Pike Street) Bridge #38-3.73, over Dry Run, between Main Street and High Street, will be closed for rehabilitation beginning Monday, January 29, 2024, for fourteen (14) weeks, weather permitting.

The bridge rehabilitation will be constructed by Ford Development Corp. and the project is funded by the Ohio Public Works Commission, the Warren County Engineer’s Office, and the City of South Lebanon.

The detour for the closure will utilize Main Street, Broadway Street, and High Street.

For more information, visit or contact WCEO at (513) 695-3301.

About the Warren County Engineer

County Engineers in Ohio are required by law to be registered as both Professional Engineers (P.E.) and Professional Surveyors (P.S.) They are responsible for the maintenance and construction of county roads and maintenance and construction of bridges on county roads, township roads, and certain streets within municipalities. They are also responsible for maintaining land surveying records, checking the accuracy and adequacy of recorded land transfer documents, and establishing or re-establishing certain land survey monuments.

Media Contact:

Roy Henson, P.E., P.S.

Bridge Engineer


Energy Aggregation Update

Posted on: September 28th, 2023 by jhaddix

Click HERE to get the latest information on the City’s Energy Aggregation program.

2024 Annual Tax Rates

Posted on: September 18th, 2023 by Tina Williams

By October 31 of each year, the interest rate that will apply to overdue municipal income taxes during the next calendar year will be posted herein, as required by Ohio Revised Code Section 718.27(F).

The interest rate is calculated by adding five percentage points to the federal short-term rate (rounded to the nearest whole number percent) that was in effect during July of the current year, in accordance with ORC Section 718.27(A)(5), and it is applicable to tax years beginning on or after January 1, 2016.

Based on these requirements, the applicable interest rate is as follows:

Calendar Year Annual Rate Monthly Rate
2024 10.0% 0.833%
2023 7.0% 0.583%
2021-2022 5.0% 0.42%
2019-2020 7.0% 0.583%
2017-2018 6.0% 0.5%

Electric Aggregation – Next Steps?

Posted on: September 11th, 2023 by jhaddix

The South Lebanon City Council voted on September 7th, 2023, to enter into an electric aggregation agreement with Energy Harbor LLC to supply electric for the City’s first aggregation program. Energy Alliances, the City’s aggregation consultant, was able to negotiate a rate of 6.73¢ per kWh for the generation supply which is roughly 30% cheaper than Duke Energy’s default generation rate. For those residents that would like to play a roll in additional renewable energy, they can opt-in to a rate of 7.17¢ per kWh.

What are the next steps?

Energy Harbor will mail letters to eligible accounts the week of September 25th. The letter will have the City’s logo on the envelope and the letter.

If you receive a letter and want to be part of the program at 6.73¢ per kWh, you do not need to take any action and will be enrolled into the program when the opt-out window closes on October 16th. If you would like the 7.17¢ per kwh offer with the additional renewable energy component, then you need to call the number on the letter to opt-in.

Who will receive a letter?

Only accounts that fit the following criteria will receive a letter:

Residential Account:

  • Currently on Duke’s default generation supply. If you are currently with another supplier, you will not receive a letter.
  • Not on Duke’s Percentage of Income Plan (PIPP). This is not to be confused with Budget/Level billing. Those on Budget/level billing are still eligible.
  • Not a net metered account (aka, solar on your home)

Commercial Accounts:

Same criteria as residential accounts in addition too.

  • Commercial accounts that use less than 700,000 kWh annually.
  • Commercial accounts that are not listed as mercantile.

I do not fit the eligible criteria, what can I do?

If you are currently with another supplier and want to opt-in to the program, you can do so after September 25th. We suggest that you speak with your current supplier to understand if you have any termination fees before doing so.

Will anyone come to my door with the aggregation?

No one associated with the aggregation will ever come to your door and tell you that you need to sign up. If someone does come to your door and say they are with the aggregation, then they are misleading you.

To stay up to date on the latest electric aggregation information, feel free to visit,  or call Energy Alliances at 513-794-5555.

2022 South Lebanon Water Quality Report Available Online

Posted on: June 26th, 2023 by jboylan

The City of South Lebanon Annual Water Quality Report (Consumer Confidence Report(CCR)) for 2022 as required by the Safe Drinking Water Act is now available. Click here to view the CCR report. If you have any questions, feel free to contact the City at (513) 494-2296 or email at .




Energy Aggregation Information

Posted on: June 12th, 2023 by jhaddix


On May 2, 2022, City of South Lebanon voters voted in favor of electric and natural gas aggregation, authorizing the City to form a governmental electric and natural gas aggregation program for the purchase of electricity on behalf of eligible* city residents and small businesses. Aggregation is the process by which the city would negotiate a bulk price on the electric and natural gas commodities for its residents and small businesses. Individual consumers would then decide if they wanted to opt-out of the negotiated price and continue to provide for their own electric or natural gas supplies. If approved by the voters, residents would see no change in their electric or gas services. Duke Energy would continue to carry, service, and bill for the service.

This is a completely voluntary program. Residents will be given the choice to opt-out of the program at any time, if they do not wish to participate.

Here is a tentative timeline of events leading up to the start of the aggregation programs. These dates are subject to change.

  • Public Meeting to Discuss Plan of Operations, Wednesday, June 21st, 12pm & 6pm @ City Hall in council chambers

  • Week of June7th – Aggregation Applicated Filed with Public Utilites Commission of Ohio (PUCO)

    • PUCO has 30 Days to Approve Application

  • Early August – Pricing request from suppliers and negotiation

  • September 7th – Pricing presented to Council

  • Mid-September – Opt-Out Materials Filed with PUCO

  • Mid-September – Opt-Out Letters mailed to Eligible* Accounts

  • Early October – 21 Day Opt-Out window closed

  • No later than November Meter Read Date – Accounts that do not opt-out are enrolled in program

  • No later than December Utility Bill – Aggregation rate / supplier reflected on bill

Ohio Environmental Protection Agency Public Notice 3-7-2023

Posted on: April 12th, 2023 by jboylan

Consumer Notification HAA5 from 3rd Quarter 2021 posted 3-7-2023

New Online Utility Bill Payment Options Now Available!

Posted on: October 3rd, 2022 by jhaddix

NEW Online Payment Option

The City of South Lebanon is excited to announce that starting October 3, 2022, we will begin offering our utility customers an online option for utility payments. Acceptable payment methods include Visa, Mastercard, Discover, American Express or electronic check. Payments can be made with no additional service fees.

Click HERE to pay your bill online and to sign-up for other billing features such as autopay, electronic billing, paperless bills, emails and/or text notifications. You can also pay by phone at (513) 494-2296, Option “1”.

NEW Utility Bill Statements and Due Date 

We have transitioned our utility bill from a postcard to a full page billing statement.  You should receive your statement during the first week of the month, starting with October, 2022.  Click HERE to see a sample of the new bill.  The new format allows us to provide more information to our customers including a  personalized history of water consumption and news regarding upcoming community events.

To give our customers more time to pay their bills, we have also changed the bill due date from the 15th of the month to the 22nd.

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