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We're proud to be a part of Madison County, Indiana and  
It doesn't take long to see why. Look below for more on our community.





Alexandria is a city in transition. Founded in 1836 and incorporated in February 1893, the city was home to many events including a gas boom, the innovation of Aladdin Lamps, the Rockwool Insulation industry, Indiana’s first interurban, and the rise of gospel music. Prior to the decline of manufacturing in the U.S., the city served as a “bedroom community” where numerous workers in the auto industry made their homes and raise their families. It was precisely that atmosphere that influenced our nation to designate Alexandria as “Small Town U.S.A.” by the United States War Department during World War II, an honor proudly to carried on as the city continues to develop into the future. 

Living Here

Living Here
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Convenient Location....
  • 70 Million People within a 6 Hour Drive

  • 15 miles Northeast of Indianapolis

  • Along I-69 and Near I-70

  • Dual Rail System - CSX & NFX

Cost of Living

According to Sperling’s Best Places, Cost of Living Index for Madison County (Anderson) is 71.4. In comparison,  Delaware County (Muncie) was 73.3 while Marion County (Indianapolis) was 84.9.


Madison County  Hospitals:

St. Vincent Anderson Regional Hospital

Community Hospital Anderson

St. Vincent Mercy Hospital Elwood

Madison County Community Health Center also provides a full medical and health service including dental care for the uninsured, underinsured, Medicaid, and Medicare populations.

Culture and recreation

Culture and Rec

The arts and culture scene of Madison County is vibrant and continually growing.

With must-see theater experiences like the Paramount Theatre, Alley Theatre, Mainstage Theatre, and the Commons Theatre, there are various opportunities to take in the arts. The A Town Center provides free studio space for artists and provides a number of community engagement opportunities.

Madison County also  holds many opportunities for recreation for its citizens. Mounds State Park, Pendleton Park, and Callaway Park are just the highlights.


Hoosier Park Racing and Casino, SoarIndy, and Anderson Speedway provide citizens with a diverse set of opportunities for entertainment and fun

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