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What to Expect:

 

▪After the initial keyword is sent, you will receive a confirmation message
asking you to reply YES to verify opt-in.


▪ You may receive up to 4 text messages a month with a notification for each
alert category opted-in to.


▪ Message and data rates may apply. Check with your carrier for more details.


▪ You can text STOP at any time to remove yourself from the notification list.

Introducing a new way to skip a phone call and use your mobile phone’s text messaging service to quickly receive Lebanon, Indiana info on the go. You can get answers to your questions 24/7 or opt in for text updates from the City of Mobile about the topics that interest you the most. Get started with a question or opt in to receive notifications.

Want to opt in for notifications? Use the guide below to opt in to the topics most important to you!

➢ For Citywide Alerts,
text LEBANON to 91896

➢ For City Function Notifications,
text LEBANONCITY to 91896

➢ For Events Notifications,
text LEBANONEVENTS to 91896

➢ For Parks & Recreation Alerts,
text LEBANONPARKS to 91896

➢ For City Projects Notifications,
text LEBANONPROJECTS to 91896

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Latest Lebanon Headlines

Resident Shares Lebanon – Life in Indy Blog

Resident Shares Lebanon – Life in Indy Blog

Lebanon is a booming city nestled comfortably in the countryside, about halfway between Downtown Indianapolis and Purdue University. With lush fields, sparse forests, and farmland along every road, there’s no doubt of Lebanon’s farm-town roots. But our rural city never feels too remote.

Johnston Quick Mix Chooses Lebanon

Johnston Quick Mix Chooses Lebanon

{Content Courtesy: IBJ} Johnston Quick Mix Inc., which recently relocated from Indianapolis to Lebanon, was born from the anticipated boom in demand for concrete following the passage of the federal infrastructure bill in 2021.

Eli Lilly Unveils Lebanon Campus Plans

Eli Lilly Unveils Lebanon Campus Plans

(Content Courtesy: IBJ) A $2.1 billion Eli Lilly and Co. manufacturing campus in Boone County would include 12 buildings totaling more than 1.6 million square feet, a company official told the Lebanon Planning Commission on Tuesday night.

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