City of Lebanon, Indiana
“The longer you’re here, the more you understand
what makes this place special.”
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
City Holds Groundbreaking for 50,000 Shell Building
On Friday, May 19th, ground was officially broken on the City of Lebanon 50,000 square-foot shell building.
Basketball Honoring Alley Activation Project Begins
The Heart of Lebanon, a Nationally Accredited Main Street, wants to help the community celebrate the rich basketball history in Lebanon, IN with this alley activation project honoring our basketball culture on the northside of the Boone County Courthouse Square.
City’s Annual TIF Report Shared
At the May Lebanon Redevelopment Commission meeting, the City’s Annual Tax Increment Financing (TIF) Report was shared. Please click the link to view the report.
Hurst Honored for 30 Years of Street Department Service
At April 24th Lebanon Board of Works meeting, Street Department Foreman Craig Hurst was surprised with a plaque, commemorating his 30 years of service to the City of Lebanon.
Ground Broken on Lebanon Lilly Manufacturing Site
On Monday, April 17th 2023, ground was broken on the new Eli Lilly facility in Lebanon.
Boone County Unified Hosting Appreciation Night
A FREE meet & greet opportunity, with food and fun for the whole family.
Lebanon Featured in Piece on Youth Sports Growth
Just off of Interstate 65 in Boone County, a nearly 300,000 square foot athletics facility is being constructed in a partnership between the City of Lebanon and Card and Associates, a company that specializes in facility operations including programming, staffing, maintenance, food service, partnerships, sponsorships and more.
City Launches 2023 Sidewalk Share Program
The City of Lebanon cost sharing program for sidewalk replacement is a great option for residents seeking to partner with the city in having improvements made in their neighborhood. Under this program, the city, and the petitioning resident (or residents) will pay 50 percent of the cost of the replacement.
More Community News
Stone Eater Bike Park Update – June 2023
There is a lot going on at the former city landfill site along US 52, just outside of Lebanon. Large dump trucks are constantly dumping dirt at the site, as work on Stone Eater Bike Park begins to come into focus. In the June Update of the project, Lebanon City Engineer Kevin Krulik updates the progress on the park.
Ghost Hunters to Spend the Night in Historic Lebanon Home
[Content Courtesy: The Lebanon Reporter] Ghost hunters will spend the night in the historic Cragun House in downtown Lebanon on June 17, trying to substantiate claims that
spirits haunt the place.
Progress Made on Camp Street Mural
Work has begun on the City of Lebanon’s second railroad overpass mural. This one is along Camp Street and is being painted by area artist Anita Gordon.
Legendary Lebanon Racer Celebrates 90th Birthday
[Courtesy: The Lebanon Reporter] Lebanon racing legend Mel Kenyon is celebrating a milestone on April 15th.
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