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Welcome to Washington County Indiana

The residents of Washington County, Indiana and the Board of Directors of the Washington County Economic Growth Partnership invite you to learn more about our historic community. We strongly believe in the economic value that our county can provide your business. 

Recent Infrastructure Project Highlights in Washington County:

  • Kimball International announces 100 new jobs coming to Salem in next two years - November 2014 
  • Summit Seed Coatings chooses Salem as the location for their first Midwest facility - September 2014 
  • Ground Broken on Airport Expansion Project (expanding to 5,000LF runway) - May 2014
  • Indiana Major Moves Project - Salem Truck Bypass - Completed October 2012
  • Largest WalMart in Southern Indiana coming to Washington County - Opening in 2016
  • Cobblestone Inn & Suites - Now Open in Washington County -  August 2014  
  • GKN Cinter Metals - 75 Additional Manufacturing Jobs brought to Washington County - 2012

If your economic development strategy includes a facility in the midwestern United States we invite you to consider Washington County. We are actively seeking private-sector investment in projects that complement the established business community of Washington County. If you have specific questions please contact Sabrina Burdine, Executive Director of the Washington County Economic Growth Partnership at phone #812-883-8803 or by email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

We Listen!

What can we do to help you expand your business into Washington County Indiana? The staff of the Washington County Economic Growth Partnership is ready to listen to YOU!

Site Selectors

Sometimes you just get lucky,  Washington County Indiana has everything you need to complete your due diligence and make a positive recommendation for your client.

Local Business

Our strengths as a county are based in our existing workforce, the entrepreneurial spirit of our locally owned businesses and the positive influence from our local Chamber of Commerce.

1) Low Costs & Taxes

2) Skilled Workforce

Washington County Manufacturing Exports totaled more than $306 Million in 2012

3) Transportation

4) Central Location

5) Shovel Ready Site

6) Business Friendly

7) Work Ethic & Values

Employees dedicated to hard work and family values

8) Historic Community