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About Boone County, Indiana, USA

Boone County has a population of approximately 50,000 (2004 estimate from U.S. Census Bureau) residents and is located approximately 25 miles northwest of Indianapolis. The population is growing as businesses locate in an area close to major interstates, and newcomers select the area as a residential site and work in the nearby cities of Indianapolis and Lafayette.

The two largest communities are Lebanon and Zionsville. Lebanon, the county seat, is known for its beautiful courthouse square and the "Back to the 50s" festival held in the Fall. Zionsville is located in the rapidly growing southeast portion of the county and is famous for its quaint village-like atmosphere, shops, and brick main street.

Other incorporated communities in Boone County are: Advance, Jamestown, Thorntown, Ulen, and Whitestown.


History of Boone County from Boone County Tourism site, or from the Boone County INGenWeb site (with township history information), or from the Boone County page of the Local Indiana History site.

Boone County Vital statistics At A Glance:

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