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About West Lebanon, Indiana

West Lebanon, founded in 1830, is the second largest town in Warren County, located just south of State Road 28, about 7.5 miles east of the Illinois border and about 5 miles west of Williamsport (the county seat). West Lebanon has a total area of 0.62 square miles and an approximate population of 723 people.


West Lebanon has 20 businesses and a Carnegie Library (built in 1916) that continues to operate today. Warren Central Elementary School and Seeger Memorial Jr./Sr. High School is located about 1.5 miles north of town.




Duke Energy



West Lebanon Town Municipality



Indianapolis, IN (95 mi)

Indianapolis Airport (92 mi)

Lafayette, IN (40 mi)

Danville, IL (23 mi)

Covington, IN (13 mi)

Williamsport, IN (7 mi)

Attica, IN (11 mi)

Champaign, IL (55 mi)

Fort Wayne, IN (155 mi)

Chicago, IL  (125 mi)


Closest Hospital:

St. Vincent Williamsport Hospital

412 N. Monroe Street

Williamsport, IN  47993


IU Health Arnett Hospital

5165 McCarty Lane

Lafayette, IN  47905


Carle Clinic - Danville

2300 N Vermillion St.

Danville, IL  61832


Working in West Lebanon

We are proud of our local businesses in West Lebanon, Indiana. Check out our local directory below.

Are you looking for a great place to start or grow your business? We are located along State Road 28 and near 4-lane State Road 63. Give us a call to inquire about available properties.


Learning in West Lebanon

West Lebanon is part of the Metropolitan School District of Warren County.

Indiana School Choice

(Indiana Department of Education)

MSD of Warren County

Homeschooling in Indiana

(Indiana Department of Education)

Antique Car

The History of West Lebanon

West Lebanon was laid out & platted in the Fall of 1830 by Ebenezer Purviance, John G. Jemison, and Andrew Flemming, and consisted of 64 lots.  Originally named Lebanon, the name was changed to West Lebanon in 1869 when the town was incorporated, possibly in deference to a community in Boone County with the same name. The town's early years showed slow growth due to not being close to a water way, but in 1856 the Wabash Railroad line was completed just one mile north of town, leading to the town relocating closer to the station. The original settlement area then became known as Old Town.


United States Census Historical population shows a range in population in 1880 of 665 to high point of 946 in 1980 to today’s number of 723.


On January 26, 2011 a fire destroyed part of the Town’s business district - a row of buildings along the west side of High Street between North and First Streets.

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