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
Agrozen Life Sciences, an Indiana-based hemp research and development company, today announced plans to open a new facility in Lebanon. Agrozen focuses on researching optimal strains for the cultivation, formulation, and extraction of cannabidiol (CBD) oil. The new location allows the company to combine its office space, labs, and research and development arms into one space.
After completing its review of potential projects pertaining to the Community Crossings Matching Grant Fund Program, the Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) has preliminarily awarded awarded $839,577.75 to The City of Lebanon. The award of the Community Crossings Matching Grant was based upon city estimates from project applications.
Didn’t get the chance to watch the celebration? No problem, we’ve got this Christmas package all wrapped up for you – right here!
Even though this year’s Christmas Parade is cancelled, Holiday Cheer is very much a GO! Join the City of Lebanon for a Virtual Christmas Celebration, complete with live reindeer, a performance by the Madrigals, and of course Santa and Mrs. Claus “flipping the switch” on the city’s 26-foot-tall Christmas tree!
According to the Boone Economic Development Corp., there are only 127 acres left to develop in the 1,250 acre business park which was established in 1994. Currently, there are 27 buildings and 22 businesses, not counting the latest announcements. It is the only fully-functional rail industrial park in Central Indiana.
Due to an increase in Boone County’s COVID-19 cases, and out of an abundance of caution, Lebanon Mayor Matt Gentry has ordered the closing of City buildings to the general public without an appointment until further notice; including the Mayor’s, Clerk-Treasurer’s, and Planning office in the Municipal building, the Parks office in Memorial Park, and the Street Department building on Lafayette Avenue, the Lebanon Police Station, and Fire Stations 11 and 12.
The Lebanon HS Softball program has collected gift cards, gift certificates, and items for this year’s silent auction! All items will be placed in a single post on our Lebanon HS Tiger Softball Facebook page!
It was a great way to end a difficult year. As 2020 came to an end, and 2021 was welcomed, celebratory fireworks rang out. In celebration of the Lebanon Parks Department's 100 years in existence, a small firework show took place at midnight. The show lasted roughly...
Former Major League Baseball Pitcher, and Lebanon High School graduate, Doug Jones is terrifically unique. Jones spent 15 years in the major leagues, amassing 303 career saves. He was an All-Star five times, but he didn’t grow up with aspirations of playing in “The Show.”
The City of Lebanon, in partnership with Indiana On Tap, is excited to present the 5th Annual ‘Savor Lebanon’ Craft Beer, Wine, & Spirits Fest to be held on Saturday, Feb. 6th from 2pm – 6pm at the (indoor) Centennial Hall buildings at the Boone County 4H Fairgrounds in Lebanon, Indiana.
You are invited to participate in the Lebanon Parks Department Christmas Parade. The Annual Christmas Parade will be held on December 5th, 2020 at 6:00 p.m. Please arrive at Memorial Park between 4:305:00pm to start lining up for the parade. We encourage you to enter a float, marching unit, or decorated vehicle!
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.
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