Ways to Stay Connected
Mt. Lebanon Magazine is just one of a number of ways to keep you connected to what’s happening around town. Alerts, e-newsletters, websites and cable television channels combine to make sure you’re covered. Here’s a list so you can sign up for what you want.
Format: Text, email (you select the methods)
Subject: Various categories let you get notifications on the subjects you select, such as community events, cancellations and closures, recreation programs, traffic/utility work. These alerts can be important but they are only for non-emergency matters. To sign up and choose a format: Go to mtlebanon.org.
Format: Text, cell call, landline call, TTY, email (you select the methods)
Subject: LeboEmergency lets you sign up for notifications about life-threatening emergencies, such as an active shooter, gas leak, evacuation, missing person, chemical spill, etc.
To sign up and choose a format: Text LEBO to 99411 or go to mtlebanon.org.
Mt. Lebanon Magazine
Format: Full-color magazine published by the municipality 10 times a year.
Subject: News you need to know if you live in Mt. Lebanon, features about new businesses, residents’ accomplishments, home and garden tips.
To sign up: Automatically sent to all homes and businesses in Mt. Lebanon. Subscriptions are available for those who live elsewhere for $35. Subscribe at lebomag.com.
The Seven Ten newsletter
Format: Bi-weekly email newsletter
Subject: Reminders of deadlines, fun community events, breaking news that came in too late for Mt. Lebanon Magazine.
To sign up: Go to lebomag.com.
Recreation Department newsletter
Format: Weekly email
Subject: Recreation programs and events
To sign up: You receive it after you sign up for any recreation program or call 412-343-3409 to be added.
Surf through the latest news
Format: Municipal websites
Subject: Anything and everything, 24 hours a day.
Go to any one of our websites for more information on things that matter to you:
Municipal information channels are Comcast channel 17 and Verizon channel 34. We do not have channels on any of the satellite dish setups.
Impending dangerous weather alerts
Check your cell phone settings. Many carriers allow you to select emergency notifications issued by the National Weather Service. You also can install apps from AccuWeather and Weather.com that will send notifications to your phone.