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Lebanon, Indiana

The City of Lebanon is about twenty miles northwest of Indianapolis. Lebanon is located in Center Township and is the County Seat of Boone County . Four interchanges on Interstate 65 offer convenient access to the interstate from any part of the city. Two state highways, St. Rd. 32 and St. Rd. 39, intersect in Lebanon offering excellent access to the rest of Indiana and surrounding states. With quick and easy access to Indianapolis, Lafayette and Crawfordsville, we are an ideal location for home and business development.

The population of Lebanon is estimated at about 13,000 residents. The Lebanon economy is diversified, including agriculture, manufacturing, service industries, and a growing high-tech sector. The community still retains a small town feel while providing an environment for business growth and development. Click here to get more information about Lebanon, Indiana.

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Brownsburg, Indiana

A place to grow….at Home and in Business

As one of Hendricks County’s fastest growing towns, Brownsburg has a lot to offer.  More new home starts have taken place in Brownsburg for the past several years than in any other community in Hendricks County.  Located just 10 miles northwest of Indianapolis.  The major highways located in Brownsburg are I-74, U.S. 136, State Road 267 and I-465 (approximately 8 miles to I-465).  Indianapolis International Airport is only a 15-minute drive time that houses Express Mail, Air Freight and Federal Trade Zone

Lafayette, Indiana

Lafayette take great pride in our community, from our national award-winning downtown to our outstretching industrial areas. Many features make our City outstanding: a strong, steady economy, a diligent workforce, healthy neighborhoods, businesses and organizations who are committed to Lafayette and citizens who truly want what’s best for our city. These are the winning components – the engine for our success.

We have a safe and growing community and continue to attract new citizens from other parts of the state and region who come to work in our well-diversified job market. Neighborhood organizations are revitalizing our older neighborhoods and making solid contributions in our newer areas also. We attract new business with a motivated well-educated workforce and lowest tax rate among all of Indiana’s largest cities. Lafayette is a great place to live, work, and raise a family, and we are very proud of our city.