Government -                                                                                                                      The local government of the City of Lisbon is organized as a Mayor and 6 Council members.  City officials and staff take great pride in the community and are receptive to the concerns of the citizens of Lisbon.  As the Ransom County seat, Lisbon  has a number of county and state services readily available from family assistance to the courthouse and Ransom County Sheriff’s Department.

Mayor               Tim Meyer

Council Members       Walt Johnson, President
                                      Jerry Gemar,  Vice President
                                       LyDell Mairs      
                                       Lyle Thomason           
                                       Julie Cole                     
                                       Robert (Bob) Smith   

City of Lisbon  -

City Auditor  -          Gwen Crawford   -
Deputy City Auditor         Pam Carbno   -

City Attorney ----- Don Eppler 

City Engineer  ------ Moore Engineering 

City Assessor  ----- Bruce Fadness 

2015 Recycling Schedule

*Please note: Lisbon pick-up is Week 4 (pink) on the schedule*

(click on the above link for pick-up information)

City of Lisbon & Water Services Office
423 Main Street   -   701.683.4140

Click the following link for the

2013 Annual Drinking Water Report

City of Lisbon - Renaissance Zone

Lisbon is a service center that provides a broad range of service and employment to its residents and a large area around it.  The Renaissance Zone (Business District) in Lisbon is the heart of business and commerce.

Click on the following links for more information:

Renaissance Zone Map
Goals & Objectives of the Zone
City of Lisbon Renaissance Zone Project Application

Police Department

Jeanette Persons, Chief of Police

Fire Department

Ambulance Service
Emergency: 911
Non- Emergency: 701-683-4721

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