Carroll County Economic Development Corporation Print

Carroll County, Indiana, is a great place to live and work.  We are centrally located for employers, with 360,000 people living in our surrounding area.  We offer a low cost of living and a great quality of life.  The Carroll County Economic Development Corporation has a full-time executive director and a board of 15 representatives from throughout the county.  The EDC is dedicated to creation, retention, and expansion of business and industry in the area. 

Transportation abounds in Carroll County with seven highways, two rail lines, and the new Hoosier Heartland Corridor which is under construction.  The new highway will provide modern four-lane access between Fort Wayne (I-69) and Lafayette (I-65).

See the EDC website for information about utilities and other infrastructure.

The Carroll County Chamber of Commerce is headquartered in Delphi, Indiana, and serves to expand and unite the commercial, industrial, civic, agricultural, and natural resources of all the communities in the county.  Their full-time staff offer numerous programs and activities to support existing businesses and well as potential and developing enterprises.

The County is characterized by extremely productive farmland, much of which has been cultivated since the 1830s Our current outputs are primarily corn, soy beans, and pork.  The latest in technology is used to optimize production, and farmers and ag-related businesses are greatly assisted by the Carroll County Agriculture Association.