Metro-Indianapolis Cities and Towns

More information about the cities and towns that are in close proximity to Indianapolis, Indiana.

Avon – Avon is a charming suburb of Indianapolis, less than ten miles due west of the Circle City in Central Indiana. As a satellite city, Avon has all the benefits of a tranquil small town with a big city right at its fingertips.
Beech Grove – Beech Grove is essentially a smallish community made up of about 15,000 people, the type of people who value small town living but enjoy the amenities Indy has to offer.
Brownsburg – The town is home to a progressive little community, full of people who know what an advantage it is to live on the outskirts of a big city like Indianapolis and yet still keep in touch with their pioneer past.
Carmel – The Carmel arts scene, Carmel music, and Carmel attractions have all been exploding over the past several years, and Carmel is starting to turn into a fine place to visit.
Cicero – Morse Reservoir forms the focal point of most of its residential area, but Cicero is probably best known as the burial place of Ryan White, the national poster child for HIV/AIDS.
Danville – As the County Seat, Danville is home to numerous Hendricks County attractions and Danville historical sites.
Edinburgh – Several town characteristics distinguish this small, Midwestern community. Home to the National Guard training center Camp Atterbury, it also claims a large Industrial Park and a fine area shopping center, Edinburgh Premium Outlets.
Fishers – With a rich American history, the now modern town of Fishers, Indiana boasts community and economic growth of grand proportion.
Fortville – The town of Fortville was named not after an actual fort in the area, but after original settlers in the mid-1880s whose last name was Fort. Fortville was incorporated as an official town in 1865, and had a population of 240 at the time.
Franklin – The history of Franklin dates back to 1822, when it was officially founded. To this day, many examples of the period’s architecture, carefully maintained, dot the city.
Greenfield – There are many industrial and commercial Greenfield businesses, professional services, Greenfield restaurants, and a wide variety of Greenfield shopping, with retail and specialty businesses throughout the city and additional business developing all the time.
Greenwood – Top notch schools, entertainment and dining options, parks, and shopping are all reasons people choose to live and play in Greenwood, Indiana.
Lawrence – With 40,795 residents on 20 square miles of land, the city of Lawrence offers eleven Lawrence parks and various fun Lawrence attractions to visitors, only about five miles northeast of greater Indianapolis.
LebanonAs part of Boone County’s sweeping landscapes and vast art and cultural district, Lebanon is proud to offer several attractions and recreational events to visitors of Indianapolis.
Martinsville – Martinsville history is dominated by its fisheries, begun in 1899 by a Eugene Shireman, who had the foresight and imagination to breed goldfish. Today, there are several fisheries in Martinsville, pulling in millions of dollars every year from their worldwide sales.
McCordsville – McCordsville had just over 1,000 residents during the 2000 census count, but is one of several towns in the area that have experienced an exponential increase in population.
Monrovia – Tops on the list of distinctions for Monrovia, Indiana would be the town’s high school, Monrovia High, which has walked off with diverse honors over the years.
Mooresville – Situated only ten miles southwest of Indianapolis, close to the Indianapolis International Airport, Mooresville held the nickname “Crossroads of Progress” for many generations, but is now known as the “Home of the Indiana State Flag.”
Noblesville – Noblesville is an electric, upscale town just full of attractions. And if any resident ever wants something different, the great metropolis of Indianapolis is only a few miles away.
Plainfield – A suburb on the southwest side of Indianapolis, Plainfield, Indiana has long been associated with the National Road, U.S. 40, which goes through town as “Main Street” in downtown Plainfield.
Shelbyville – Shelbyville, Indiana is the county seat of Shelby County, and one of the many small satellite communities of Indianapolis. Surprisingly enough, Shelbyville is also home to one of the most entertaining nightspots in all of Indiana: Indiana Live Casino.
Speedway – Speedway, Indiana took its name from the ultra-famous landmark within its boundaries on the northeast border, the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
Westfield – The growing town of Westfield is indeed an accurate representation of its own motto, “Old town charm, new city style.” Visit it once, and you’ll see why.
Zionsville – Zionsville, Indiana, in Boone County, is a suburb of Indianapolis. The small town offers a variety of attractions, arts, shopping, restaurants, hotels and more.