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Code of Ethics

The Town of New Lebanon is is committed to enhancing public confidence in local government. The Code of Ethics of the Town of New Lebanon is available for your review by clicking here.

If you feel there has been a violation of this code, you may file a complaint by sending a letter to:
Ethics Board Chairperson
P.O. Box 328,
New Lebanon, NY 12125


Town Historian: Elizabeth Sheffer-Winig
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 518-794-8880
Office Hours:  by appointment.
Mailing Address: PO Box 328, New Lebanon, NY 12125
Physical Address: 14755 State Route 22 – Office is located upstairs

Lebanon Springs Union Free School

The school was registered November 21, 1991 on the National Register of Historic Places. The designation recognizes the architecture of the building and the importance of education in the town. It was built in 1913 and was a rectangular, two story, hipped roof brick building coated in stucco. It sat upon a tooled concrete foundation and was topped with a slate roof. Atop the roof was an eight sided louvered belfry. Still on the grounds of the New Lebanon Junior-Senior High School are the remains of a railroad trestle over the Wyomanack Creek. The school was located on the grounds of the New Lebanon Junior-Senior High School, located on State Rte. 22, Lebanon Springs, NY, but razed by the New Lebanon Central School District due to hazardous conditions.

The cupola can be seen in Shatford Park, located on State Rte. 22 in Lebanon Springs, NY.

Some statistics:

  • Historic Significance:

    Event, Architecture/Engineering

  • Architect, builder, or engineer:

    Fuller & Robinson

  • Architectural Style:


  • Area of Significance:

    Education, Architecture

  • Period of Significance:

    1925-1949, 1900-1924

  • Historic Function:


  • Historic Sub-function:



School building

Union Free School

This link takes you to the application for the Lebanon Springs Union Free School