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Daviess County

Daviess County offers large-community resources in a small-town environment. Community members have access to top-rated schools and doctors, hospitals, 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. 

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Remote Worker Program

Our Remote Worker Program offers talented, remote workers $5,000 to relocate to southern Indiana. After you apply, someone from our team will be in touch to walk you through the process! 

This program requires you to relocate to southern Indiana within six months of being accepted, and you must live here for a minimum of two years. Please contact Kristal Painter with additional questions.

Why Daviess County?

Population: 33,418

Cities and Towns: Alfordsville, Cannellburg, Elnora, Montgomery, Odon, Plainville, & Washington

Top Employer Industries: Agriculture, Defense, Manufacturing

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Outdoor Recreation

Everything in your imagination is a reality at West Boggs Park! This 1,600 acre facility hosts a 400 acre play area and the famous 622 acre West Boggs Lake fishery and recreational water.

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Quality of Life

Currently under development in downtown Washington is The Commons, a multi-use facility that will feature a market pavilion, stage, event pavilion, and so much more. 

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Gasthof Amish Village is truly an "oasis in the farmland" of Southern Indiana. Its 92 acres include a hotel, a restaurant, antiques and unique shops, and access to a lake. Visit and experience a blend of Amish history and heritage.

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Outdoor Recreation

Eastside Park covers over 50 acres and includes lakes stocked with fish. The beautiful grounds have several sites for picnics and gatherings. Each Christmas, over 75,000 lights are hung in the park, creating a winter wonderland.

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