The town of Lebanon, Connecticut was incorporated by the General Assembly of the Connecticut Colony on October 10, 1700 and has maintained a long and proud history of patriots, national contributors to the arts and sciences, as well as a still thriving farming community. There are over 100 active farms in Lebanon today producing dairy products, plants for commercial use around the country, maple products, eggs, cattle, and vegetables.
In addition to the historical sites the town has to offer, there are many outdoor activities which appeal to a variety of ages and tastes. There are several thousand acres of open space where one can relax with nature. There are many sites open to the public for walking or hiking, exploring, and other passive recreation. Motor vehicles are not allowed on many of these sites. Hunting is allowed at some; check DEP regulations. Lebanon also offers numerous dirt roads through private working farmland and mature forest such as North Street and Valinksy Road. Lebanon also hosts a multitude of annual events including the farmers market, the Memorial Day parade, and the Lebanon Country Fair which draws crowds from all over New England.
Area: 55.1 square miles
Form of Government: Board of Selectmen
|Parks and Recreation||(860)642-4085|
|Lebanon Elementary School||(860)642-7593|
|Lebanon Middle School||(860)642-4702|
|Lyman Memorial High School||(860)642-7567|