The City of Lebanon is following the state of Kentucky's Emergency Declaration provided by the governor during the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Please visit their website at kycovid19.ky.gov for more information regarding COVID-19.
Please be advised of the City's following department closings and operations:
- Graham Memorial Park is closed to all group activties including but not limited to Little League Sports, Soccer, Basketball, Tennis, Family Gatherings, etc. The walking track will remain open for use, as long as, individuals follow the current social distancing as outlined by the governor.
- Lebanon Aquatic Center is closed until further notice.
- The Public Works Department curbside recycling and cardboard pickup has been discontinued until further notice. The Recycling Center located at 331 N. Woodlawn Ave. will remain open for public use until further notice. *Update: We plan to resume curbside recycling on July 6, 2020 as long as there are no additional or new state regulations restricting these types of programs.
- The Lebanon Police Department building is now open to the public. All officers remain on duty and are patroling while maintaining the social distancing guidelines at all times. Please call 911 for emergency situations only. The phone number for the Lebanon Police Department is 270-692-2121 (Dispatchers will screen all callers with a COVID-19 questionaire).
- City Hall is open to the public. We ask that everyone wear a face mask upon entering the building and continue to practice safe social distancing. Please call 270-692-6272 with any questions you may have in regards to current operations. Tax payments may still be made by mail, our drop box located on the front of our building at 240 W. Main St., or on this website.
- The licence fee return (net profit) deadline has been extended to July 15th.
Welcome, from the City of Lebanon! Through this website and links provided, we hope we are able to assist you. Our commitment to serve and continue our unique way of life is important to us. We are thriving with economic, education and community success.
Through the links provided, you can tour the offices for contact and form information. You can find out how to contact your local elected officials and download or locate a variety of forms and permits you may need.
If you are a visitor, we welcome you, as we share the best kept secret in Kentucky – our City of Lebanon in Marion County, Kentucky.
As Mayor of Lebanon, I personally invite you to visit, locate your business and live in Lebanon. Come see what all we have to offer. You will be pleasantly surprised and may decide to stay.
Gary D. Crenshaw