Move to Zionsville
Considering a move to Zionsville?
You’ll love living and working here. Zionsville is home to some of the top-ranking schools in Indiana, a forward thinking government and an active, involved community and we were recently named as one of the 10 Best Small Towns in America.
All schools in the Zionsville Community School Corporation, an ISTEP Top Performer, recently received an “A” rating from the Indiana Department of Education. This rating is based on student performance and improvement, graduation rates, and college and career readiness. Parents can count on an excellent education for their children in Zionsville.
Population and Housing
Zionsville is a tight-knit, rapidly growing community of 14,160 (2010 Census), with a 61% population increase in the last ten years. 45.5% of households in Zionsville have children below the age of 18 (2010 Census). Education levels of residents 25 and older
High School or Higher
Bachelor’s Degree or Higher
Graduate or Professional Degree
Per Capita Personal Income, 2010 Census: $56,643 Median Household Income, 2010 Census: $108,440
Zionsville homes have increased in value every year for the past 26 years. The 2011 average price per square foot for homes in Zionsville was $97, an increase of 5.4% compared to 2010. The average listing price for homes through 2011 was $395,910. Homeownership rate for 2006 through 2010 was 80.2%.
Zionsville offers a host of services with your safety and health in mind. Learn more about our town services at the links below:
Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles
For information about getting an Indiana driver’s license, visit here.
Visit the community organizations listed in our Member Directory here.
All major denominations are represented in the Zionsville area. For more information, visit the Boone County Community Network church listing.
You can register to vote at the Boone County Branch of the Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles located at 2222 N Lebanon Street or at the County Clerk's Office at the Boone County Courthouse. You also may obtain a mail-in registration form from the Hussey-Mayfield Library in Zionsville. For more information about how you can register to vote, call the Boone County Clerk's Office at (765) 482-3510 or check here.
The Chamber’s members offer a host of services that can help with relocation