QUALITY OF LIFE
WELCOME FROM THE MAYOR
“ From the great schools and safe streets, exciting festivals and unique dining experiences, outdoor fun and family-friendly attractions, there’s just so much to love here.
We hope to see you in Lebanon soon!”
Mayor Matt Gentry
The partners behind Backroads BBQ in Lebanon are opening a steakhouse on the city’s downtown square that will serve meat raised in Boone County. Kinnard and Drake’s 1830 Chophouse at 111 W. Main St. will open the first week of November in a 4,400-square-foot space previously occupied by People’s Revel Room. Chef Shawn Sublette said he and his partners at Backroads BBQ are leveraging their meat supply chain to open a second restaurant with a more upscale offering of hyper-local cuts. At the same time, they’re hoping to showcase the history of the Boone County city; the restaurant is named after Lebanon’s founders and includes the year the county was founded.
The City of Lebanon Fire Department is excited to announce the addition of a Safe Haven Baby Box located at the Lebanon Public Safety Building/Lebanon Fire Station 11. The Baby Box provides a place to safely, anonymously, and securely surrender a newborn in the event the family is unable to care for them. The box is monitored 24/7. When the baby box is utilized it triggers a monitored alarm that notifies Boone County Dispatch.
The City of Lebanon, Indiana is pleased to announce an innovative partnership with the National Interscholastic Cycling Association (NICA), the National governing body for Interscholastic Mountain Bike Racing in the United States, and award winning design firm Hilride Progression Development Group for the design and development of a world class bike park, destination trail system and professional mountain bike racing, competition and special event venue to be called the Stone Eater Bike Park.
The season is just around the corner, and so is the Lebanon Street Department’s Fall Clean Up! Got unwanted items? Well, the city’s street team wants to help you get rid of your clutter. Read below to find out more!
The Lebanon Youth Council dedicated the group’s mural project on Saturday, September 19th along the Big 4 Trail under the train tracks just west of Patterson Street.
COVID-19 may have affected the Lebanon Fire Department’s 9/11 Memorial Service, but nothing could dampen the city’s desire to honor those whose lives were forever altered on September 11th, 2001. The service this year was published via Facebook Live, and featured remarks from Lebanon Fire Department Lieutenant Jason Adams, and the bagpipe playing of Troy Clements with the Pike Township Fire Department.
The Boone County Chamber of Commerce, Boone County Economic Development Corporation, and the Zionsville Chamber of Commerce, in partnership with the Boone County Convention and Visitors Bureau, today announced the inaugural Bites of Boone County Restaurant Week will occur November 3-7.
Lebanon’s love affair with the sport of pickleball continues!
Pickleball Tournament – Saturday, October 10th at Memorial Park Pickleball Courts! Start time is 9:00am.
Come out to Memorial Park on Saturday, October 24th for Pumpkins in the Park!
The buzz surrounding the sport of pickleball in Lebanon continues to gain momentum. On Saturday, June 18th, the Parks Department held the city's first outdoor pickleball tournament. A total of 18 teams, 4 in the Beginners Bracket and 14 in the Experienced Bracket,...
The sport of pickleball has really taken off in Lebanon. To help take that enjoyment to the next level, the Lebanon Parks & Recreation is hosting a pickleball tournament on Saturday, July 18th, at Memorial Park. Click the link below to get your team in the game!...
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