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Lebanon The City of Lebanon is the county’s designated seat of government. Lebanon has retained its small-town charm, while at the same time ensuring that residents and businesses have access to the most up-to-date services and amenities. The city is recognized as one of the country’s Best Green Cities and Emerging Metropolitan Areas by Sperling’s Best Places to Live rankings.

Myerstown Myerstown is a friendly, rural community that successfully blends the old and new. More than 3,100 people currently reside here, including a significant Mennonite and Amish population. While agriculture remains a major industry in this community, it also hosts a number of large businesses and manufacturers.

Annville-Cleona While both Annville and Cleona have seen growth over the years, the communities have maintained their charming hometown atmospheres. The area is home to a number of unique shops and the beautiful Lebanon Valley College campus.

Palmyra Palmyra, which completed its 250th Anniversary celebration in 2010, is a community of about 7,000 people. Palmyra’s location between Lebanon and Hershey has contributed to the community’s economic prosperity, with several major business headquarters, including ASK Foods and the Palmyra Bologna Co. (Seltzer’s Lebanon Bologna), making their home here.

Jonestown/Fredericksburg Jonestown Borough and Fredericksburg are two smaller communities in the Lebanon Valley. Recreational opportunities are abundant here, as Fredericksburg hosts the Blue Mountain Golf Course and Jonestown encompasses the modern Jonestown Park.

Fort Indiantown Gap Fort Indiantown Gap is a year-round U.S. National Guard Training Center that serves as the headquarters for the Pennsylvania Department of Military and Veterans Affairs and the Pennsylvania Army and Air National Guard.

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Schaefferstown The small community of Schaefferstown is filled with historical significance and stands as one of the oldest towns in Lebanon County. The prominent influences of Pennsylvania German and Swiss cultures have been preserved through many local historic sites. Schaefferstown is also home to the celebrated Fountain Park.

Mount Gretna Distinguished by its rolling, wooded landscape, the quaint community of Mount Gretna is a favorite summertime destination for many, as it offers an array of exciting events and outdoor activities.Cornwall

The community of Cornwall owes its start to the establishment of the famous Cornwall Iron Furnace. While its history is rooted in industry, Cornwall has evolved into an attractive residential community of more than 3,500.



Grantville is a community in East Hanover Township that is part of neighboring Dauphin County. Grantville is home to the new Hollywood Casino at Penn National Race Course.


Built on the sweet treat of chocolate, the community of Hershey today is a premier destination for entertainment, recreation, dining and relaxation.

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