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 City of Lebanon is “Calling All Creatives” to a pair of citywide callouts to discuss increasing the importance of arts & culture citywide, and the possibility of creating either a Culture District or Cultural Trail within the Lebanon community. Traditionally known as “the arts,” ‘Creatives’ are defined as “those who see the world a little differently than others.”
The Lebanon Community School Corporation recently unveiled information touting the corporation’s efforts, aimed at “Building the Bridge Between Education and Career Opportunities.” You can view the complete publication by clicking the link above. Below are a few information snippets.
The Parks Department is seeking public input for our next 5 year Master Plan. The 2022-2027 Master Plan is being developed to both guide decisions about park development for the next five years and to remain eligible for grant opportunities.
From live music…to live reindeer, this year’s Christmas on the Square event in downtown Lebanon, Indiana had it all!
During the December 13 City Council meeting, the City Council adopted Resolution 2021-28. This resolution contained the Community Investment Plan for the American Rescue Plan Funds the City of Lebanon received from the Federal Government. The plan includes many projects all around our community that will make investments in Lebanon’s future. After it was passed, Lebanon Mayor Matt Gentry provided a breakdown of how the funds will be reinvested in the community.
Special Judge, Superior Court 2 Justin H. Hunter has ruled in the City of Lebanon's favor...
More Community News
The first of five murals underneath CSX rail lines throughout the City of Lebanon is now complete! The “Ocean Escape” mural made up of: a sunken ship, a deep sea diver, an interactive message in a bottle, and an octopus has been completed by local artist Scott Trafford.
Memory Hall, which used to sit on the old campus of Lebanon High School, is now part of an apartment complex called The Flats of Lebanon.
The gym, built in the 1930s, played host to Lebanon High School basketball games into the 1960s, including Rick Mount’s high school playing days.
The Community Foundation of Boone County is pleased to announce the recipients of the 2022 Lilly Endowment Community Scholarship for Boone County- Riley Newman of Lebanon High School and Teren Dubash of Zionsville Community High School.
73 years is a long time, but that’s exactly how long Lebanon Little League has been providing a quality youth sports program in Lebanon and Whitestown. And as one of Boone County’s largest and
longest running youth sports leagues, we are excited to announce that registration for our 2022 Spring Baseball, Softball, and Tball seasons will open January 1.
Christmas with A Cop 2021! Please see the attached Press Release for the 2021 Christmas With A Cop Event hosted by the Boone County Fraternal Order of Police.
CSX is allowing the City of Lebanon to add murals on five railway underpasses. The design of one of the murals has been approved. The “Ocean Escape” mural will be added along Lafayette Avenue, near the intersection of Hoy Avenue. “Ocean Escape” features four images: a deep-sea diver, an anchor and sunken ship, an octopus, and a floating empty glass bottle.
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