To provide the City of Lebanon with proper administration and planning of land use, to issue permits for residential, commercial, and industrial structures, and to safeguard the homes, businesses, schools, churches, and industry against unsanitary and unsafe areas in the City of Lebanon.
The Planning Department is responsible for issuing Building Permits, setting up and regulating Building Inspections, Floodplain Administrator, Code Enforcement, Implementing and Regulating Planning and Zoning for the City. We are staff for the Lebanon Plan Commission, Board of Zoning Appeals and the Historic Preservation Commission. We oversee and administer the Blight Elimination Grant, Brownfields Grant, and the Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan (Active Living Initiative).
Board of Zoning Appeals – 2022 Meeting Calendar
Plan Commision – 2022 Meeting Calendar
City of Lebanon Zoning Map
The purpose of this Zoning Ordinance is to regulate the use and development of land within the jurisdiction of the City of Lebanon. It is intended to promote the public health, safety and general welfare.
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401 S Meridian St
Lebanon, IN 46052
Phone: (765) 482-8845
Fax: (765) 482-8873
Learn About New Neighborhoods Coming to Lebanon!
Loads of dirt are being delivered to the former City Landfill, and future home of Stone Eater Bike Park. City Engineer Kevin Krulik provides a September Bike Park Update.
The Indiana Department of Natural Resources alongside Next Level Trails and the Town of Colfax has opened the recently completed Big 4 Trail extension in Clinton and Boone counties.
If you look around Lebanon, or read news headlines, it’s easy to see that there’s a lot going on throughout the city. New neighborhoods and businesses are being added, and new attractions are moving forward.
In early August, Stone Eater Bike Park welcomed an out-of-town visitor to the park. Philip Waidner, from the National Interscholastic Cycling Association and City of Lebanon Engineer Kevin Krulik walked the site, and discussed its potential.
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