About Lebanon County

Lebanon County, a county with a population of 120,327, covers 363 square miles and includes 18 townships and 7 boroughs. The city of Lebanon, the county seat, is the 22nd largest city in PA with a population of 24,461.

Ideal because of its blend of big-city accessibility and small-town beauty, Lebanon County is strategically located approximately 102 miles northwest of Baltimore, 200 miles southwest of New York City, 85 miles west of Philadelphia, and 152 miles northwest of Washington, D.C. It is within 30 miles of the state capitol of Harrisburg and the well-known Pennsylvania cities of Lancaster and Reading.

Mission Statement

The LVEDC’s mission is “to create and to stimulate a local economy which provides gainful employment and business investment opportunities not only for the current generation but for generations to come.”


A community that is prosperous and provides an abundance of economic opportunity requires initiative, planning and vision by local officals.  The LVEDC is a not-for-profit economic development organization that works with area businessess and the community at large to strengthen existing business and create an environment in which new and existing companies can flourish.