Lebanon County

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Roundtable Leaders

Honorable Charles Jones
(717) 228-4440
James Holtry, Executive Director
(717) 228-4430

Lebanon County was created in 1813 from parts of Dauphin and Lancaster Counties and became the 47th county in Pennsylvania. It has a land area of approximately 363 square miles and is located at the center of the southeastern quadrant of Pennsylvania. Over 40% of the land is cropland; the county ranks high for agricultural sales in Pennsylvania. Although Lebanon County is known for its agriculture, more than one third of the workforce is employed in manufacturing.

Lebanon County

Lebanon County Facts

Population
120,537
Class
5th
Founded
1813
County Seat
Lebanon, PA
Website
www.lebcounty.org/lebanon
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