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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 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
On Saturday, June 25th, the City of Lebanon Planning and Zoning Office, in collaboration with the Boone County Solid Waste Management District, hosted the first of several “Dumpster Days.” The office selected the southeast side of the city as the first location, with a pair of dumpsters set at Hot Pond Park.
A Lebanon-based lawn care equipment manufacturer plans to expand and move next year into a new $5 million, 40,000-square-foot building.
Sitting about halfway between Indianapolis and West Lafayette, with Interstate 65 serving as an economic conduit between the two, Boone County is
about to undergo a transformation. On Wednesday, Indianapolis based Eli Lilly and Co. (NYSE: LLY) said it will build two manufacturing facilities in Boone County, investing more than $2.1 billion.
A few changes are on the way when it comes to trash service in Lebanon. Here are some things to keep in mind, with changes expected to take affect during the summer of 2022.
A global distribution company headquartered in New York is setting up shop in central Indiana. PCA Group, which provides logistics and digital marketing services for the beauty and wellness sector, has opened a distribution facility in Lebanon and plans to add more than 100 jobs.
A few moments can help a whole heck of a lot. Please consider clicking the link below and sharing your thoughts and feelings about current and future trails, sidewalks, and paths within our community.
Good evening. Thank you for joining us. As always, it is truly my pleasure and honor to address you. After the challenging years of 2020 and 2021, it is a relief that we can all come together safely. With so many projects moving forward in various stages of development and completion, I appreciate any opportunity to pause and reflect on the status of our community. It is a moment we can come together to take stock in our achievements, evaluate outstanding challenges, and cast a vision for our shared future.
As the weather warms up(we hope), locals and visitors will no doubt be out and about on The Big 4 Trail. This Boone County amenity has become a wonderful addition to the community, with several improvements ahead! We recently had the pleasure of meeting Mike and Sandy Hawn. Mike and Sandy enjoy taking to the trail when they visit family who live in Lebanon.
More Community News
James Spaulding was getting ready to start his shift at the U.S. Cold Storage facility in the Lebanon Business Park a little over a month ago when he heard from another co-worker that Brian Ramirez getting dizzy and blacking out before a pre-shift meeting.
“When the park is finished, coming up on one side of the perimeter of the park will be a hairpin turn on the cross country trail, said City of Lebanon Engineer Kevin Krulik. “On the other side there will be a separate trail that would be a skills portion of the trail. Something that has a few more riding features, more challenging, more intermediate to expert level riding. So this will be a neat venue here, when the park is open. I am looking forward to seeing young families and young riders coming in and making this turn on one side, and see more advanced riders on the other. It’s a neat spot.”
Fresh dirt is beginning to be delivered at the former city landfill, and future home of Stone Eater Bike Park. City Engineer Kevin Krulik provided an update on the process.
In early June, the City of Lebanon hosted a Creative Community Celebration. Creatives from all around the community set up spaces on the courthouse plaza to show off their respective creative abilities. Artists, actors, and artisans of all ages and abilities took part. The public was invited to meet the Lebanon creatives, and paint the city’s outdoor piano, which will be setup outside the heART Studio, that will open soon along East Main Street.
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