An online interactive map of the city of Lebanon, Tennessee can befound at the city's website. The next-to-bottom link on the home page's left-hand side bar opens an interactive GIS map of the city. Additional online maps of the city, along with the current temperature and population statistics, can be foundat the City-Data website by searching for the city by name.
Located in Wilson County, about 25 miles east of Nashville, the city of Lebanon is situated in the middle section of the state of Tennessee. The city's name is a reference to the biblical land of Lebanon, which contains an abundance of cedar trees, similar to the area in which the Tennessee city is found. Residents are known to refer to their city as "Cedar City" and a cedar tree serves as an icon and design elementon the city's website. The 38.63-square-mile city was incorporated in 1801, and the city is the county seat of Wilson County.