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After a year’s long planning process, it’s time to Celebrate! Envision Lebanon.

Join Steering Committee members and the planning team, as we share the draft Envision Lebanon comprehensive plan and its actions. Everyone from the Lebanon community is invited to Bicentennial Park on Thursday, August 26 from 6:00-7:30 p.m. to offer feedback and identify the actions in the plan you think are most important.
FREE ice cream will be provided by the Village Parlor! We look forward to seeing you there!



  • Anke Pietsch says:

    I would really like a bike path from Broadway/Miller to the High school.
    Students wouldn’t need to depend on cars or busses and it would give everyone more flexibility.

  • Walt Dunn says:

    Do you really think high schoolers would ride bike to school, what about Decembrr through March in snow and freezing rain. The busses will have to run based on no one riding their bike. They cannot schedule busses based on nice verses inclement weather.


    We’ve lived in the area for 60 years but only recently purchased our home in the Lebanon City limits. We’re on the west side of town off of Neil Armstrong in the Autumn Ridge subdivision. We appreciate the ability to walk the 1.5 miles to downtown and would appreciate improvements to the route down Franklin to Silver Street. The west side has a lot of potential with Traditions opening up. Having enhanced walkability in this area will have a big impact on the residents. Additional enhancements to Neil Armstrong by adding street lights, etc would be a welcome addition. Also, any improvements along 63 to town would be appreciate.