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
Police Chief Chad Morgan is pleased to announce the release of a wellness app for Lebanon Police Department officers. The app provides LPD officers with the leading high-tech officer wellness solution to support their mental health and well-being. Lebanon Police Department officers will now have a powerful and easy-to-use wellness tool in the palm of their hands.
On August 11th, the City of Lebanon welcomed Bill and Justin Hutton, 4th and 5th generation descendants of J.T. Hutton. J.T. (Joseph Tristam) Hutton was the architect behind the Boone County courthouse. Bill and Justin got their pictures taken with “Hutton,” the tiger statue. The pair also toured the courthouse to see their relative’s work up close.
The Vincennes University Right Skills Now-CNC Machining program is designed to prepare Veterans and civilian adult learners to become well-rounded entry level CNC machinists with upward mobility potential. The curriculum is a combination of machining theory and extensive hands-on training. The duration of the training is 15 weeks or approximately 600 hours.
The Community Foundation of Boone County (CFBC) announced $150,000 in immediate distribution grants to Boone County School Corporations. CFBC is proud of our local schools and honored to support them to keep our children, teachers, and all school staff healthy and safe as they reopen. Each of the three Boone County School Corporations – Lebanon, Western Boone, and Zionsville – received a $50,000 grant to assist in their reopening efforts.
The City of Lebanon has placed eight of the city’s tiger statues throughout the community. The location and description of all eight are below. Can you find them all?
A four-story mixed-use building could be under construction as early as the spring of 2021, after getting the go-ahead from the Lebanon Plan Commission.
We've all seen those parents or relatives. Heck, chances are most of us have been those parents or relatives. At one time or another, most of us have been perched on a park bench while our loved one played on the playground equipment. Thankfully, the Lebanon Parks...
They're back! The Lebanon Parks & Recreation Department is once again selling hot dogs downtown! The delectable dogs will be for sale on Washington Street, near the Old Boone County Jail. The hot dog cart will be set up on Mondays and Fridays, from 11am until...
For the last few months we have been hard at work refining our concept plans and coordinating the necessary IDEM (Indiana Department of Environmental Management) permits. We will be ready to reveal additional information in the coming days, but for now we would like...
A friendly reminder that all Golf Carts are prohibited from driving on sidewalks and trails within Lebanon. This includes the sidewalk on East Street and Big Four Trail. Please use caution when driving Golf Carts and obey all Ordinances. A list of the ordinances for...
Content Courtesy: The Lebanon Reporter (Article) Kristen Spolyar always dreamed of playing basketball professionally. Now the Butler University and Lebanon graduate will have that chance. Spolyar signed over the weekend with Genève Elite Basket, a team in...
Ryan Homes has officially cut the ribbon on the Sunbrook neighborhood in Lebanon. More details on available homes and lots can be found at:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pwkRCRrz5Sc
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