2023 Municipal Resource Guide: Public Information

Bullhorn icon indicating public informationPublic Information Officer: Laura Pace Lilley

PH: 412-343-3552

Email: lpace@mtlebanon.org


t. Lebanon Magazine. The Seven Ten. Facebook. Instagram. Emergency alerts. Websites. A podcast. The Mt. Lebanon public information office connects you with the information you
need, when you need it.

Graphic for the Inside Lebo podcast, with a microphone and a splash of color.New Looking to find out more about important topics, like the municipal budget or leaf collection? Mt. Lebanon’s public information office launched a podcast, Inside Lebo, to take you behind the scenes of important issues. The podcast, which drops the first and third Friday of the month, provides you with all the details on Mt. Lebanon’s need-to-know issues in roughly 20 minutes or less. You can find it on all the popular podcast apps, including Apple Podcasts, Spotify, iHeart and more.

If you can’t figure out how to use the new parking kiosks, or if you don’t know how to get a library card, we’ve got the answers. The public information office launched its “How to Lebo” series in 2022, with one-minute videos on a variety of topics.

Noteworthy Mt. Lebanon’s municipal website is getting a refresh. The website is being updated to provide you with easy to access information in a fun and engaging way. Check it out later this month.

Need to know The public information office works hand-in-hand with the police and fire departments to deliver emergency communications to you, quickly. Sign up for LeboEmergency to get on the list. We also oversee LeboALERT, a non-emergency system that sends texts and emails with information on topics of your choosing.

We produce two websites, mtlebanon.org and lebomag.com, and the Mt. Lebanon Magazine that shows up at your house 10 times a year with all the important Lebo information.