Quality of Life

Lebanon Quality of Life
The citizens of Lebanon take great pride in our community and the outstanding quality of life it offers. Lebanon has a thriving business community, high-quality industrial developments, beautiful residential areas, and a historic downtown. The City administration works closely with the private sector to assure new industrial and economic growth and to provide the best for its citizens. Careful planning has allowed the City to maintain a significant amount of open space and park facilities that include 15 community parks totaling more than 330 acres.

Living in Lebanon
Lebanon is the seat of Warren County’s government with the administrative offices conveniently located adjacent to our downtown. We have a solid education system, which excels in both academics and sports. Lebanon has state of the art medical facilities and plenty of social and civic organizations to meet any need.

Working in Lebanon
Not only is Lebanon a great place to live, it is a great place to work. Located near Interstate Highways 71 and 75, and midway between Dayton to the North and Cincinnati to the South, residents and businesses have the best of two worlds – the peace and tranquility of country living combined with the accessibility, convenience, and cultural benefits of urban cities just 30 miles away in either direction.

Lebanon City Schools

The Lebanon school district is the pride of our community and it offers students a high quality education and many opportunities to engage in extracurricular activities. The Lebanon School District and community is rich with history and tradition.  Learn more by reading the District Profile.

Special City Features

The Ralph J. Stolle Countryside YMCA, the nation’s largest YMCA facility, provides Lebanon with a wide range of health and recreation programs. Lebanon’s historic downtown area is home to the nationally-recognized Golden Lamb Inn as well as many unique shops and restaurants.

Ohio Magazine's Best Hometown
The quality of life in Lebanon ranks among the highest in the area. Lebanon was selected as an Ohio Magazine Best Hometown in 2012. Whether you are a new resident or visitor of our City, we welcome and invite you to experience true Lebanon hospitality.