Engineering Department


 

The City Engineer oversees three different departments: Planning, Street, and Storm Water. From design concepts, to electrical and water needs, the City Engineer primarily deals with the  infrastructure side of development. 

Road Impact Fee Plan

Current Project Updates:

Best Wishes to Engineering Intern Riley Newman

We would like to thank Riley Newman for his hard work and contributions this past year. Riley was a high school intern with the City of Lebanon Engineering Department. He assisted with engineering duties and provided support both in the office and in the field with the MS4 Program. We wish him the best of luck and continued success as he continues his studies at Purdue!

Contact

401 South Meridian Street
Lebanon, IN 46052

Phone: (765) 482-8845
Fax: (765) 482-8873

News


 

City Hosts Open House for Anderson Lane Road Project

City Hosts Open House for Anderson Lane Road Project

Lebanon, Ind. – On Tuesday, June 4th, the City of Lebanon hosted an open house to update the public on upcoming upgrades to Anderson Lane. Anderson Lane is a significant thoroughfare on the city’s north side, located near Witham Health Services, State Road 39, as well as various neighborhoods. 

Eli Lilly & Co. More Than Doubling Lebanon Investment

Eli Lilly & Co. More Than Doubling Lebanon Investment

Courtesy: IndyStar: Eli Lilly and Co., is more than doubling its investment in its Boone County manufacturing site to increase production of ingredients in its blockbuster weight loss and diabetes drugs. The expansion to produce the ingredients in Zepbound and Mounjaro will increase the cost of the project from $3.7 billion to $9 billion.

Ground Broken on Trail-Building Phase at Stone Eater Bike Park

Ground Broken on Trail-Building Phase at Stone Eater Bike Park

“More Kids on Bikes” is the tagline and aspiration for the National Interscholastic Cycling Association (NICA). That phrase is also one step closer to becoming a reality for young people who live in Lebanon and surrounding areas, as ground was officially broken on the trail-building phase at Stone Eater Bike Park. The 110-acre former landfill is being transformed into a world class bike park with the help of Indiana Economic Development Corporation (IDEC) sponsored READI Grant funds, as well as American Rescue Plan, private sponsorship, and money from the city’s sanitation fund.

Staff


 

Kevin Krulik : City Engineer

Kevin Krulik

City Engineer

kkrulik@lebanon.in.gov

Scott Calvert : MS4, Inspections Superintendent

Scott Calvert

MS4, Inspections Superintendent

SCalvert@Lebanon.IN.gov

Kristi Spencer : Executive Assistant

Kristi Spencer

Executive Assistant

kspencer@lebanon.in.gov

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