Warrick County

Warrick County, the fastest-growing county in Southwest Indiana and one of the 10 fastest-growing counties in the state, sits just east of Evansville and Vanderburgh County.

Home to some of the region’s largest employers, including Alcoa Warrick Operations and Deaconess Health System, Warrick County is a quickly growing regional suburb.

Median household income in Warrick County ranks within the top 10 counties in the state and within the top 300 counties nationwide.

The Town of Newburgh, about 11 miles from Evansville, sits on the Ohio River and is home to many shops, boutiques, restaurants, and cafes. The City of Boonville, the county seat, lies in the northern half portion of the county about 18 miles from Evansville and is home to a charming, historic downtown district.

Other communities in Warrick County include the Towns of Chandler (about 13 miles from Evansville), Elberfeld (about 18 miles from Evansville), Lynnville (about 31 miles from Evansville), and Tennyson (about 30 miles from Evansville).

Residents in Warrick County are served by the Warrick County School Corporation.

For more information on Warrick County, contact our partners at the Warrick County Chamber of Commerce at 812-897-2340 or visit the Warrick County Chamber of Commerce website.