LIFE IN DAVIESS COUNTY
Daviess County’s growing community is characterized by an entrepreneurial spirit, as well as the old-time charm of a thriving Amish culture.
Unemployment (as of April 2021): 2.5%
Cost of living: 24.5% lower than the U.S. average
Median Income: $47,104
Daviess County, the leader in per capita median income growth in Indiana, has proven itself to be an ideal match for growth and opportunity in Southern Indiana. With its strategic location along the I-69 Corridor and charming, affordable small-town lifestyle, Daviess County provides the convenience of an easy commute to the big city without the hassle (or expense) of living there. The county offers access to job opportunities both within the community and the region, such as those at Naval Support Activity Crane, a U.S. Navy installation that provides one of the largest sources of employment in Southern Indiana.
West Boggs Lake and Park, Montgomery Ruritan Park, and the Glendale Fish and Wildlife Area provide ample opportunities for fishing, boating, camping, and hunting. Local community festivals featuring art, antiques, and Daviess County Amish-produced goods and services, which are highly prized nationwide, draw together both residents and visitors.
Daviess County offers large-community resources in a small-town environment. Community members have access to top-rated schools and doctors, hospital and medical facilities. It's conveniently located midway between two major urban areas in Southern Indiana, making it an ideal place to live and do business.