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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
Lebanon’s supply of downtown apartments is set to grow again now that the developer behind The Flats of Lebanon has proposed a new $7 million residential project along State Road 39. Lafayette-based Iron Men Properties has proposed building a 39,270-square-foot,...
Lebanon Police Announce New Major of Road Operations Lebanon Police Department would like to announce the Promotion of Captain Scott Hood to the position of Major of Road Operations. Newly promoted Major Scott Hood has been with Lebanon Police Department for 26 years....
The Lebanon Police Department congratulated two Officers from the Lebanon Police Department at the March 8th, 2021 City Council meeting. The two
honored officers were Ofc. Cameron Thomas, and Ofc. Austin McCloskey.
Notice is hereby given that the City of Lebanon has conducted an updated Self-Evaluation of city-owned facilities and programs for compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and prepared a draft Transition Plan describing the results of the self-evaluation. Title II of the ADA requires that each of the city’s services, programs, and activities be readily accessible and usable by individuals with disabilities.
HEAVY TRASH TO BE ACCEPTED AT THE LEBANON STREET DEPARTMENT LOCATED AT 1301 LAFAYETTE AVENUE. Please call (765) 482-8870 if you have questions. RESIDENTS INSIDE THE CITY LIMITS ONLY MUST SHOW VALID I.D.- DRIVERS LICENSE AND LEBANON UTILITY BILL ON THE FOLLOWING DATES...
Business View Magazine interviews Matt Gentry, Mayor of Lebanon, Indiana, for our focus on Growth & Economic Development in U.S. Cities
“The longer you’re here, the more you understand what makes this place special.”
More than a tagline, it’s a promise. Mere minutes from Indianapolis, the City of Lebanon, Indiana is special on so many levels. Residents and visitors, alike, enjoy the genuinely charming atmosphere of a historic small town with all the benefits of a large urban destination nearby.
Around 100 remote-controlled vehicle enthusiasts came out on a sunny Sunday to enjoy the new track at Abner Longley Park.
Marian University Cycling, a premiere nationally recognized cycling and mountain biking program, with seven overall national collegiate championships, has signed on as an official venue and events partner with Lebanon’s Stone Eater Bike Park. Read more…
The Hoosier Mountain Bike Association (HMBA), the organization credited for building more than 100 miles of mountain bike trails across Indiana,
has officially signed on as the newest partner for the Stone Eater Bike Park.
SUNDANCE SKILLS CLINIC TO OFFER SESSIONS AT LEBANON’S STONE EATER BIKE PARK 3 Two-Hour Sessions Planned The City of Lebanon, Indiana is excited to announce a new partnership with Sundance Mountain Bike Skills Clinic. Through the partnership Sundance will provide a...
Stone Eater Bike Park, Lebanon’s free to the public, progression based bike park designed for riders of all ages skills and abilities continues to add support partners. Bicycle Garage Indy / BGI Fitness will be a Silver Sponsor of the park, pledging to donate $10,000 per year, for at least three years.
Notice: Until city offices reopen to the public, 2020 golf cart permits will be honored in 2021.
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