Mom walking with stroller on the Zionsville main street.

Stories and fact sheets about Boone County, Indiana.

Boone County, Indiana is located in the Northwest area of the Indianpolis region. It is home great communities including Zionsville, Lebanon, and Whitestown. It continues to thrive from its agricultural heritage and background, being a strong member of the corn and soybean belts in the Midwest. 

You can still feel the history when you walk around the brick streets in Zionsville to shop in quaint little shops and step into character-filled buildings for a bite to eat.

Overview Fact Sheet

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Demographics
Population
65,875
Median Age
38.9
Annual Population Growth
2.0%
Population
(30 min. from county seat)
1,064,161
Population with Associate’s Degree or Higher
66.8%
Foreign Born Population
3.6%
Location
County Seat
Lebanon
Land Area
Square Miles
422.9
Median Home Value
$195,900
Jobs
Labor Force
32,659
Unemployment Rate
July 2018
2.9%
Annual Employment Growth
2.0%
Labor Force
(30 min. from county seat)
570,720
Economy
Average Annual Wage
(Q2 2018)
$41,889
Average Annual Wage Increase
1.9%
Median Household Income
$72,774
Per Capita Income
$40,487
Average Commute Time in Minutes
23.4
Targeted Industries
Advanced Manufacturing
  • Agriculture
  • Auto
  • Food
  • Plastics
Corporate Headquarters
Information Technology
Life Sciences
Largest Employers
Contact Boone County
Molly Whitehead
Executive Director, Boone County Economic Development Corporation
mwhitehead@booneedc.org
765.482.5761

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