Where Hometown America Still Exists

Arcadia is a small town in Hamilton County, in the Indianapolis metro area. It has a total area of 0.6 square miles, all of which is land, and a population over 1,500. The town’s motto is, “Where small town America still exists.” The urban amenities of Noblesville are just a 15-minute drive from this area, bringing expanded cultural, shopping, and recreational advantages closer to home.

Arcadia is located:

49.2 miles from Indianapolis International Airport (IND)

45.7 miles from Indianapolis Zoo

45.0 miles from Monument Circle

27.2 miles from Kokomo, Indiana

21.6 miles from Anderson, Indiana

14.2 miles from Grand Park Sports Campus

10.0 miles from Noblesville, Indiana

7.1 miles from Koteewi Prairie Park

Utility Companies Who Service Arcadia:

Vectren - Natural Gas

Duke - Electricity

Arcadia Utilities - Water/Sewer/Trash

Frontier - Local Telephone Company for Land Lines

Comcast or OnRamp Indiana - Internet


MISSION STATEMENT

To maintain a vibrant community for all citizens so they will work towards much higher levels of economic productivity, educational and cultural attainment, and quality of life so as to encourage greater civic pride.