Southwest Region

More than 300,000 people call Southwest Indiana home, a region including Evansville—Indiana’s third-largest city. The area is home to four universities, many highly rated healthcare facilities, and a growing arts and culture sector.

did you know?

The median household income for the Southwest Indiana region grew 25.6% from 2010 to 2018, from $38,379 to $48,218 according to Economic Development Coalition of Southwest Indiana.

What to Do in Southwest Indiana

What to Do in Southwest Indiana

If you’re looking for southern hospitality—but still want to be close to big cities like Indianapolis and St. Louis—Southwest Indiana might be your perfect fit. With lots of rolling hills, parks to explore, and hunting and fishing opportunities, this is an excellent region for people who love to explore the Great Outdoors.

Angel Mounds State Historic Site
Wesselman Woods & Nature Preserve
Lyles Station
Historic New Harmony
The Evansville Otters
Mount Vernon

Key Employers

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Home to the Highlander, and Highlander Hybrid midsize SUVs, the Sienna minivan and the Sequoia full-size SUV.

did you know?

Southwest Indiana’s median home value is an affordable $132,690.

Partner employers in southwest Indiana

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4000 Tulip Tree Drive
Princeton, IN  47670

There Are So Many Reasons to Call Southwest Indiana Home

There’s rich history in Southwest Indiana, and there’s a bright future on the horizon for the region, too. It’s a warm, inviting community full of opportunity that’s worth a closer look.

If you want to learn more about why this can be a great place for you and your family to live, take a look at these useful resources:

did you know?

Southern Indiana was the first part of the state to be settled when French fur traders set up a trading post at Vincennes, which was established in 1732.

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