City of Lebanon, Indiana

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what makes this place special.”

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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!”

Best,
Mayor Matt Gentry

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Sat 21

Spring Community Cleanup

May 21 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Mon 23

Board of Works & Stormwater Meeting

May 23 @ 6:15 pm - 7:15 pm
Mon 23

City Council Meeting

May 23 @ 7:15 pm - 9:00 pm

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

scalvert@lebanon.in.gov

765.482.8845

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Big 4 Trail Construction Extension Set to Begin Soon

Big 4 Trail Construction Extension Set to Begin Soon

Initial surveying work has taken place, and detour signs are being installed on the city’s south side of town in preparation for the extension of The Big 4 Trail. Once complete, Lebanon’s portion of The Big 4 rail trail will stretch from one side of town to the other. The overarching goal of this project will be enabling bikers, walkers, and runners a paved trail south to Indianapolis, and north to Lafayette.

Spring Clean Up Dates Set

Spring Clean Up Dates Set

It’s time for this year’s Spring Clean Up event!

Heavy trash to be accepted at the Lebanon Street Department, located at 1301 Lafayette Avenue.

For residents inside the city limits only, and you must show valid I.D.; drivers license and Lebanon Utilities bill. On the following dates residents can bring items to the street department to be discarded

Lebanon Police CSI Interns Enjoying Experience

Lebanon Police CSI Interns Enjoying Experience

The City of Lebanon has several Lebanon High School students interning within its various departments. LHS interns are even working with the Lebanon Police Department’s Crime Scene
Investigators to learn more about the field, and get the necessary training to peak interest toward a possible career choice. Lebanon Seniors: Abrianna Murphy, Matthew Popovitz, and Nathan Monnett shared their experiences working with LPD.  

More Community News


New Stone Eater Bike Park Site Layout Released

New Stone Eater Bike Park Site Layout Released

New Site Plans for the currently under development Stone Eater Bike Park have been released. The park is being designed from the ground up as a family friendly riding hub for the local community,
a destination riding area for the more than 6 million mountain bike enthusiasts in the greater Midwest region and as a national model, event venue and training facility for NICA leagues, teams, coaches and student-athletes from around the country. Stone Eater Bike Park will be located along US 52, on the former city landfill location.

1205 Distillery Expanding to Lebanon, Planning October Opening

1205 Distillery Expanding to Lebanon, Planning October Opening

{Content Source: IBJ:} Indianapolis-based 1205 Distillery announced plans on 1/27/22 to open a tasting room and production site in downtown Lebanon. 1205 co-owner Nolan Hudson said the 15,000-square-foot building on the north side of the Boone County Courthouse square...

City’s “Ocean Escape” Mural Completed

City’s “Ocean Escape” Mural Completed

The first of five murals underneath CSX rail lines throughout the City of Lebanon is now complete! The “Ocean Escape” mural made up of: a sunken ship, a deep sea diver, an interactive message in a bottle, and an octopus has been completed by local artist Scott Trafford.

City’s Historic Memory Hall Gym Featured on WTHR-TV

City’s Historic Memory Hall Gym Featured on WTHR-TV

Memory Hall, which used to sit on the old campus of Lebanon High School, is now part of an apartment complex called The Flats of Lebanon.

The gym, built in the 1930s, played host to Lebanon High School basketball games into the 1960s, including Rick Mount’s high school playing days.

Lebanon Senior Receives Lilly Scholarship

Lebanon Senior Receives Lilly Scholarship

The Community Foundation of Boone County is pleased to announce the recipients of the 2022 Lilly Endowment Community Scholarship for Boone County- Riley Newman of Lebanon High School and Teren Dubash of Zionsville Community High School.

Lebanon Little League Registration Opens Jan. 1st

Lebanon Little League Registration Opens Jan. 1st

73 years is a long time, but that’s exactly how long Lebanon Little League has been providing a quality youth sports program in Lebanon and Whitestown.  And as one of Boone County’s largest and
longest running youth sports leagues, we are excited to announce that registration for our 2022 Spring Baseball, Softball, and Tball seasons will open January 1. 

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