Did you know that Lebanon and Boone County is in the path of totality for the 2024 Eclipse?
Planning is underway to bring some fun activities your way to commemorate this once in a lifetime experience!
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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
[Courtesy: Boone County Economic Development Corporation] United States Cold Storage (USCS) has received resounding approval from the Lebanon City Council for a significant 60,000 square foot expansion at their Lebanon Business Park location. This strategic move solidifies USCS’s commitment to bolstering the local economy and fortifying its presence in Central Indiana.
As the City of Lebanon opens a new, state-of-the-art street and stormwater facility, the City of Lebanon is unveiling a new, streamlined Department of Public Works. Street Department vehicles, snow and ice removal materials, and recycling are all relocating, from 1301 Lafayette Avenue to 324 North Mount Zion Road.
Lebanon, Ind., November 9, 2023– After being paused due to COVID, ground has officially been broken on a new Fairfield Inn & Suites along State Road 32, adjacent to I-65. The Marriott product will be joined by restaurant Bar Louie as new additions to Lebanon’s Gateway Marketplace development.
On Friday October 20th the City of Lebanon Fire Department participated in mass casualty training. Planning for this event started over 6 months ago in coordination with local public safety agencies. Randy Waltz of the Boone County Health Department organized the training. The theme was planned as an act of domestic terrorism; causing an explosion with an anhydrous ammonia leak. Mass casualty protocols were implemented while dealing with a working fire, multiple victims, with an active hazardous chemical release.
On October 25th, NewCold announced the expansion of its Lebanon facility, doubling its capital investment in the community, with more than $300 million now earmarked for the project. NewCold is a leader in advanced automated temperature-controlled warehouses and is...
Lennar Homes of Indiana plans to build up to 85 houses on the northeast side of Lebanon, about 2-1/2 miles from the future Eli Lilly and Co. manufacturing campus under construction at the LEAP Lebanon Innovation and Research District.
On Tuesday, October 3rd, the ribbon was officially cut on the new Lebanon, Indiana Street Department garage.
[Courtesy: IndyStar]: Ever since the state announced plans to pipe millions of gallons of water across Central Indiana for a new technology and development district, residents and elected officials have raised questions and concerns.
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In late October, Tom Ritz and Jason Schiefelbein from PumpTrax USA, along with John Leitzel from the National Interscholastic Cycling Association, joined Lebanon, Indiana City Engineer to walk the woods of the former city landfill, that will one day be home to Stone Eater Bike Park.
In the October edition of the Stone Eater Bike Park update, City of Lebanon Engineer Kevin Krulik shares some exciting details about trail construction, and when trail riders, walkers, and runners can expect to make use of the park in 2024. Three trail construction firms submitted bids to perform the trail work. Those bids were opened in late September, and the winning firm will be selected in October.
Lebanon High School Senior and City of Lebanon Intern Anna Hale has hit the ground running. Anna recently shot and edited this video piece highlighting the maintenance work that takes place at Memorial Park.
In the September, 2023 edition of the Stone Eater Bike Park Update, Kevin Krulik shares the details of the end of one phase, and the beginning of another at the park. Now that the requirements put in place by the Indiana Department of Environmental Management (IDEM) are complete, the focus now shifts to creating Stone Eater Bike Park!
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