Hendricks County Community Guide

Hendricks County Indiana Homes & Real Estate

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Hendricks County, Indiana is centrally located in the state, just 10 minutes west of Indianapolis and Marion County.  Named after Indiana Governor William Hendricks, Hendricks County became the State’s fifty-first county in 1823. It is the only County of its name in the United States.  Danville was selected as the county seat in 1824 and the first court house was erected and in operation by 1826.  Hendricks County is currently the third-largest county in the Metropolitan Statistical Area and is the second fastest-growing county in the State.

Hendricks County is composed of 11 incorporated towns (Amo, Avon, Brownsburg, Clayton, Coatesville, Danville, Lizton, North Salem, Pittsboro, Plainfield, and Stilesville) that are served by 6 school districts (Avon, Brownsburg, Danville, Mill Creek, Northwest Hendricks, and Plainfield) and a number of private and parochial schools.

The population estimate in 2019 was 170,331 residents at a density of 418.5 residents per square mile. The median household income is $47,697 and the median age is 36.7 years. The County has a beautiful landscape of low rolling hills with wooded drainages. Out of a total area of 408.78 square miles, 1.87 square miles are water including the East and West Forks of White Lick Creek. 

Several arterial roadways run through the county, making travel and commuting easy.  Notable roadways include the “Crossroads of America” (U.S. Highway 40), as well as Interstates I-65, I-70, and I-74.  Additional highways include US-36 and US-136, and several State Roads which run throughout the County.  There are historic sites along many of these roadways. As of January 2022, there were 21 listings on the National Register of Historic Places located within the County including a number of historic homes and bridges. Hendricks County is part of Indiana’s 4th Congressional district, Indiana Senate districts 23 and 24, and House of Representatives districts 28, 40, 47, and 91.