Elm Street Program (North Side Neighborhood)
The Elm Street Program is a neighborhood based initiative that seeks to empower residents to come together for the purpose of leading within and caring for their neighborhood. The City of Lebanon first initiated the Elm Street Program in the northern area of the city in 2008.
The program was expanded in 2012 and the current boundaries are: 7th Street on the East, 12th Street on the West, the N/S railroad tracks to the South and Maple Street to the North.
As a part of its "Image and Identity", the neighbors agreed to refer to our city's program as the "North Side Neighborhood."
Intent of the Elm Street Program
The Elm Street program aims to engage residents in the planning stewardship of their neighborhood's future. It focuses on the following five areas utilizing a committee approach. Each committee is made up of volunteers from the neighborhood and other interested parties: