The City of Lebanon is strategically located almost equidistant from Harrisburg, Lancaster, and Reading. Lebanon is accessible from the south via the Pennsylvania Turnpike and from the north by both I-81 and I-78. The City’s 25,000 residents are served by numerous public, private and non-profit entities that have a positive impact on the quality of life.
Originally known as Steitztown, Lebanon City was founded by George Steitz in 1740. On November 25, 1885, Lebanon was incorporated as a City of the third class. Since 1994, the City of Lebanon has operated as a Home Rule Municipality under the Mayor/Council form of government. The five-member Council is elected at large and all legislative powers are vested in Council. The Mayor serves as the Chief Executive and Administrative Officer of the City of Lebanon responsible for the Executive Branch of the government.
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