The Lebanon Conservancy Welcomes You
Preserving Local Lebanon, Ohio Historic Buildings
The Lebanon Conservancy Foundation is a non-profit organization supporting historic preservation in Lebanon, Ohio. Check out some of our work and events below. If you have interest in learning about or joining our conservancy, please contact us!
Local citizens gathered together in 1999 to begin preserving local buildings, including the Nixon-Brant House located downtown Lebanon. The Lebanon Conservancy nominates and votes on local buildings for the Preservation Awards. As a group, we are involved in activities such as hosting an annual picnic, holding fundraising dinners, and organizing a walking tour of historic homes in Lebanon. The Conservancy is continuously looking for new projects throughout downtown as well as new members!
How We Got Here
The Nixon-Brandt House was built in 1808 and has the oldest timber frame in Lebanon, Ohio. It is considered to be a Federal Style House. In 1999, The Lebanon Conservancy Foundation restored the house. It can be found at 27 North Mechanic Street.
Local Projects throughout Downtown Lebanon
Projects from the Lebanon Conservancy and local citizens. Take a scroll through to learn more about historic Lebanon.
Carpenter Gothic Home
2018 Preservation Award Winner