Lebanon

Welcome to the City of Lebanon. Lebanon is located midway between Dayton and Cincinnati.

Lebanon is an outstanding place to live, work, and visit. Lebanon is dedicated to preserving its historic charm as well as ensuring its excellent services create an great quality of life for our residents and businesses.

Visitors to this community will be impressed with Lebanon´s historic charm and generous hospitality.
Business owners find that the City is a great place to operate and prosper.

Lebanon is home to the largest YMCA in the country, the Ralph J. Stolle Countryside YMCA, that offers youth and adult programs year-round.

Lebanon Countryside Trail – The trail starts in downtown Lebanon near the train station where the excursion train parks. It runs East to toward the Armory and turns South into Harmon Park. The trail passes over Turtle Creek in the park on a new bridge there. After crossing the creek the trail continues East to the SR48 bypass, then runs South toward the Warren County government complex. The path continues through the City of Lebanon to the Countryside YMCA. The trail continues South to Kings View Road/Fujitec Road. South of there the trail crosses Tuttle Creek on a new bicycle bridge and then goes back onto the old “Middletown Junction” track bed until it crosses the Little Miami Scenic River to connect with the Little Miami Scenic Trail.

Lebanon Parks – The City of Lebanon has 15 separate parks totaling over 330 acres. These parks offer a wide variety of amenities to enjoy. Several City parks have shelters that are available for reservation

 

Lebanon Links:

City of Lebanon

YMCA

Lebanon Library

Lebanon Symphony Orchestra 

Lebanon Blues Festival

Country Applefest