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
LEBANON, Ind. (WISH) — The Indiana Department of Transportation is going to be making access to U.S. 52 outside of Lebanon a little bit easier.
A pair of severe storms blew through Lebanon in early July, leaving behind a fair amount of damage. The first took place just before the city’s popular annual July 4th parade. The
second round of wicked weather took place a few weeks later.
In late June, the City of Lebanon Planning & Zoning Department hosted a Community Open House to present the details of, as well as receive public comment and feedback regarding the proposed LEAP PUD(Planned Unit Development) Rezone and the proposed Comprehensive Plan Amendment.
Boone County’s Fourth of July parade in Lebanon featured about 140 entries that entertained and inspired crowds all along Meridian and Park streets from Lebanon High School, to the Boone County Courthouse square.
Lennar Homes of Indiana plans to build up to 96 townhouses on the north side of Lebanon, about two miles from the future Eli Lilly and Co. manufacturing campus under construction at the LEAP Lebanon Innovation and Research District.
High-end and specialty cakes may be ordered online now, but the grand opening is planned for the last week of July.
On June 12th, 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.
To say that Boone County knows how to celebrate the 4th of July would be a drastic understatement. Here is a list of all the events that are taking place during the fourth, along with a printable schedule.
More Community News
The Alley-Oop alley activation project, celebrating the history and culture of basketball in the Lebanon Community has reached its fundraising goal! The $50,000 goal was met, and exceeded. A total of $54,825 was raised to activate the alley, creating a walkable, basketball celebrating experience on the north side of the downtown square
There continues to be increasing momentum associated with the Stone Eater Bike Park development. Increased amounts of dirt, and funding have really put this pedal project on the fast track. In this installment of the Stone Eater Bike Park Update, we take a look back at some of the changes that have taken place at the former city landfill site, and what exciting new elements that are on the horizon.
On Saturday, June 17th, the CSX mural location along Camp Street played host to a Community Creation event. Artists of all ages and abilities were able to show up and paint a portion of the mural, with area artist Anita Gordon on-hand to provide guidance. Attendees even walked away with a paintbrush, commemorating the memory making event.
The past two weeks have been transformational ones for the Lebanon Community School Corporation. On Monday, June 5th, LCSC broke ground on renovations at Harney Elementary School. A week later, the ceremonial shovels took their “turn” at Perry-Worth Elementary.
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