South Lebanon is a village located in Union and Hamilton Townships in central Warren County in the southwestern part of the U.S. state of Ohio. The population was 4,115 at the 2010 census. South Lebanon was settled in 1795. The village was originally called “Deerfield” because it was the chief settlement of Deerfield Township, Hamilton County, Ohio, but renamed because of its proximity to the county seat of Lebanon.
Heroin Trafficking Billboard The Warren County Sheriff’s Office and Warren County Drug Task Force announce cash rewards for tips leading the arrest of heroin traffickers. Warren County residents are encouraged to call or text message tips to 513-427-CALL (2255) to report those who are trafficking in heroin and other drugs of abuse. This billboard project […]
The 2015 Village of South Lebanon Individual Tax Return form is now available to download. Click below to download the form and instructions. A copy can also be obtained by contacting the Village Tax Office at (513) 494-2296. The deadline for filing of the 2015 Village tax return is ON OR BEFORE APRIL 18, 2016. In […]
Increases to the Village’s water & sewer rates will take effect January 1, 2016. Click below to view the changes:
On December 19, 2014, Governor John Kasich signed into law House Bill 5. One of the requirements of this new law requires all municipalities that have a municipal income tax to revise their income tax ordinance to incorporate the changes required in the bill. The Village Council approved the new tax ordinance at their meeting […]
To get information on the upcoming Village Council meeting, click the next meeting date in the Calendar to download the meeting agenda and information that is provided to the Mayor and Council.
The Village of South Lebanon’s interest rate, beginning January 1, 2016, will be 5% per annum on all unpaid income tax, unpaid estimated income tax, and unpaid withholding tax.
The Village Planning Commission has recommended approval to the Village Council of the South Lebanon Comprehensive Plan, as prepared by the Warren County Regional Planning Commission. The Plan is on the Council’s Agenda for a 1st reading on August 6, 2015. Click here to view the final plan.