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Life In The Evansville Region, Indiana

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e is for everyone! That’s their motto. The Evansville Indiana Region is more than a place on a map.  It’s the mom-and-pop shops that you’ll become a regular of. It’s a fifteen-minute commute to anywhere in the city. It’s the millions of blades of grass that comprise their parks and playgrounds for the young and young at heart. It’s the cultural districts that weave the vibrant tapestry of “Midwest nice” throughout their Region. It’s quirky, charming, and courageous; bound... 

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Population

302,888

Internet Speed Rating

80383 Mbps

Closest Airport

Evansville Regional (EVV) • 8.4 mi

Weather (High/Low)

85 / 39

Median Home Value (3BR, 2BA)

$170,510

The Evansville Region: FUN FACT

Olympians are born here! The Evansville Region represented the Tokyo Olympics with three powerhouse athletes! Lilly King (swimming), Jackie Young (3x3 Women’s Basketball), and Mikaela Jenkins (Paralympics swimming).

Awards & Press

Evansville ranks third in Wall Street Journal's Best Places for Remote Workers to Live

Evansville ranks third in Wall Street Journal's Best Places for Remote Workers to Live

Rated "All-Star" city in the Municipal Equality Index

Rated "All-Star" city in the Municipal Equality Index

Top 10 Hottest Cities for Young Millennials

Top 10 Hottest Cities for Young Millennials

Evansville was chosen as the #1 spot that 20 to 30 year olds are choosing to settle down!

Forbes Ranks Indiana #1 for Starting a New Business

Forbes Ranks Indiana #1 for Starting a New Business

Largest Skate Park in Indiana opens December 2023

Largest Skate Park in Indiana opens December 2023

Tom Hanks calls Evansville a "Little patch of Heaven"

Tom Hanks calls Evansville a "Little patch of Heaven"

Evansville is in a League of Their Own – Yes, A League of Their Own was filmed all over the Evansville region, including Bosse Field, home of the Racine Belles.

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Here’s what we’re loving about the Evansville Region:

  • Your Brother’s Bookstore: Brothers Adam and Sam have created a welcoming space right downtown (located down the block from the Children’s Museum and Lic’s Deli and Ice Cream). They’ve got great books, fun events, and even better stories. When you stop in, be sure to get a book recommendation from the guys!

  • Parlor Doughnuts: This doughnut shop is quickly growing (you’ll find shops in 12 states now) but it all started in Evansville! We love the shop that sits right downtown - great coffee, an amazing space, and some really delicious doughnuts.

  • Wesselman Woods: Looking for a forest bath in the city? Evansville’s got you! Wesselman Woods is the largest old-growth forest within any city limits in the United States. That would be cool on its own, but this nature preserve has great trails, great programming and a 5-acre nature playscape for kids (and grown-ups) to explore, take risks, and get messy. If you move to Evansville, you’ll get a free one-year membership AND an exclusive tour with the Executive Director!

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