Old Town Hall Photo courtesy of Ed Raether.
Old Town Hall Photo courtesy of Ed Raether.

Lebanon is a beautiful farming town nestled in rural Dodge County midway between Milwaukee and Madison. We're home to the Lebanon Band. Started in 1890, it's the oldest continuous township band in the State of Wisconsin and the only township band left in Wisconsin today. Lebanon was designated the Sister Community of Maibach, Germany in 1996.

The 2010 census shows the Town of Lebanon with a population of 1,659. 

Monthly town board meetings are held the first Thursday of each month at 7:30 pm unless there is a conflict with holidays or other local meetings.  The posting sites for meeting agendas are at the Lebanon Town Hall/Town Offices/Fire Station, Lebanon Post Office, and the Lebanon Town Garage (by the recycling center) on County Road O.  Agendas are also normally posted on the town Website, at Reicherts on R, and at the Universal Co-op.  The Watertown Daily Times is notified of meeting agendas.