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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 NOI (Notice of Intent) Public Notice
The City of Lebanon (401 S. Meridian Street, Lebanon, IN 46052) intends to continue to discharge stormwater into the watersheds below.
As of 5/18/22, the City of Lebanon is submitting a Notice of Intent to notify the Indiana Department of Environmental Management of the MS4 entity’s intent to comply with the requirement of the MS4 General Permit to discharge stormwater run-off.
Please address MS4 Program questions to:
Scott Calvert, MS4 Coordinator
401 S. Meridian Street, Lebanon IN 46052
A global distribution company headquartered in New York is setting up shop in central Indiana. PCA Group, which provides logistics and digital marketing services for the beauty and wellness sector, has opened a distribution facility in Lebanon and plans to add more than 100 jobs.
A few moments can help a whole heck of a lot. Please consider clicking the link below and sharing your thoughts and feelings about current and future trails, sidewalks, and paths within our community.
Good evening. Thank you for joining us. As always, it is truly my pleasure and honor to address you. After the challenging years of 2020 and 2021, it is a relief that we can all come together safely. With so many projects moving forward in various stages of development and completion, I appreciate any opportunity to pause and reflect on the status of our community. It is a moment we can come together to take stock in our achievements, evaluate outstanding challenges, and cast a vision for our shared future.
As the weather warms up(we hope), locals and visitors will no doubt be out and about on The Big 4 Trail. This Boone County amenity has become a wonderful addition to the community, with several improvements ahead! We recently had the pleasure of meeting Mike and Sandy Hawn. Mike and Sandy enjoy taking to the trail when they visit family who live in Lebanon.
Matt Gentry was just 26 when he was elected mayor of Lebanon in 2015, after running a campaign in which he argued it was time for the Boone County city to embrace change, attract jobs and revitalize its downtown.
Since then, Lebanon has become one of the fastest growing communities in the state—both in terms of population and commercial development. And now, the state is negotiating to buy as many as 7,000 acres of land just outside Lebanon for what could be a high-tech business park.
They’re a group of officers from both the Lebanon Police Department, Boone County Sheriff’s Office, Whitestown Police Department, and the Zionsville Police Department. They get called out to help deal with high-risk, and potentially life-threatening situations. Many of those calls deal with “entries,” or gaining entry to a location. This group trains twice a month, to keep their skills sharp, so they can be ready when the call comes in.
More Community News
Over the weekend, Savor Lebanon brought out almost 800 people to the heart of Lebanon for a Saturday afternoon of brews, bands and all things fun.
Founder of Indiana on Tap Justin Knepp said although the forecast was looking grim before the weekend, the weather held out on Saturday and they were able to host the biggest event in its six-year history.
For the first time in 2022, and for the first time as a full-time World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series competitor, Lebanon, Indiana’s Spencer Bayston is a Series winner, doing so at the Last Great Colosseum – Bristol Motor Speedway in Bristol, Tennessee – on Saturday, April 30.
For Episode 73 of the #LovinLebanon Podcast, the city team visited the new Lasley Outdoor Solutions location along Indianapolis Avenue. John Lasley has been in the landscaping business for more than 30 years. As you can imagine, there have been several ups and downs...
In the Stone Eater Bike Park April Update, City of Lebanon Engineer Kevin Krulik recaps the need for expedited removal of some of the trees within the former landfill space. Krulik also discusses his visit with Nat Lopes from Hilride Progression Development. The pair walked the current design for the mountain bike park, and made a few tweaks to best maximize the available riding space and features.
What started as a dream had become a reality, and after months of organized planning, it was time for his team to make their home debut.
Transforming a former city landfill into a world class bike park, destination trail system and professional mountain bike racing, competition and special event venue is…needless to say…a gradual
Lebanon City Engineer Kevin Krulik kicks off this video series by updating us on the progress of Stone Eater Bike Park.
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