At their meeting on November 16th, the recently elected Mayor and Council from the 3rd grade class at South Lebanon Elementary joined the Village Council for a fun and educational experience for the students. The kids participated in the meeting with the help of Council members and even enacted their own legislation: “Declaring December 2nd “Jersey Day” at SLE. Many thanks to the students, parents, teachers and school administration for participating in the meeting.
On August 16, 2016, the Village of South Lebanon, Fischer Homes (developer) and Siteworx (contractor) broke ground on the next phase of the Wynstead Subdivision. This road is very important because it will provide current and future residents in the Wynstead Subdivision access to, not only Cochran Road, but Zoar Road as well. The road connection is scheduled to be open by November.
Dave Yost, Ohio Auditor of State recently released the Village of South Lebanon Financial Audit for Calendar Years 2014 and 2015. To view the Audit documents, click the links below.
|Date:||August 5, 2016|
Within the Village of South Lebanon, the keeping of livestock and poultry is only permitted under the following conditions:
- The property must be within the Agricultural or R-1 Single Family Residential District;
- The lot must be at least three (3) acres; and
- The building said animals must be a minimum of 100 feet from any property line.
Except as listed above, no other keeping of livestock/poultry is permitted within the Village.
If you have any questions, please contact the Village at (513) 494-2296.
The Village of South Lebanon Annual Water Quality Report (Consumer Confidence Report(CCR)) as required by the Safe Drinking Water Act is now available. Click here to view the CCR report.
At their meeting on February 18, 2016, the Village Council updated the Village’s Water Shut Off Policy from 2013. Please note the “turn-on” fee is $50. Below is a link to the ordinance with the shut off policy attached:
The Village of South Lebanon, in partnership with the Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT), the Ohio-Kentucky-Indiana Regional Council of Governments (OKI), and the Warren County Transportation Improvement District (WCTID), is in the process of making improvements to the intersection at State Route 48 and Mason-Morrow-Millgrove Road. Below is an illustration of the improvements that are planned. Currently, we are in the process of acquiring necessary right-of-way and easements from the area property owners. This phase is scheduled to be complete by late Summer and construction to start in late 2016 or early 2017. We will post any future updates and/or project status on our website.
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Heroin Trafficking Tip Line
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.
Deaths from unintentional drug overdoses are now the leading cause of accidental death in Ohio, exceeding the number of motor vehicle crash-related fatalities. Warren County experienced a 42% increase in heroin related overdose deaths from 2014-2015.
All tips will be investigated and rewards will be distributed accordingly.
Tipsters can also email: email@example.com
Increases to the Village’s water & sewer rates will take effect January 1, 2016. Click below to view the changes:
Ordinance 2012-14 Water Usage.PDF
|Date:||December 8, 2015|
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 on Thursday, November 19, 2015. Below is a link to the ordinance. If you have any questions re: the ordinance, please contact the Village at (513) 494-2296.