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The Madison County Chamber embraces the principles of proactive communication, innovation, and service that make good leaders in the marketplace. Like any non-for-profit, MCC is governed by a board of directors that individually and collectively adopt the above characteristics of effective leadership and work daily to advance the mission of economic growth and sustainability.

Madison County and its local cities and towns host offerings for those looking for a fun night out, a stroll through a historic downtown district or day at a state park. Plentiful retail options and local shops make a fun mix for enthusiastic shoppers, while destinations like Hoosier Park and the Anderson Speedway draw in thousands on event days.

Be it a day on the town or in nature, Madison County is a great place to stop in.

Live

The people of Madison County are a great example of Hoosier Hospitality! Madison County is a safe community to live in compared to a larger city, and a great place to raise a family. A competitive housing market means a larger home for much less than in more southwestern areas. Interstate 69 makes Indianapolis a short drive for those that want the best of both worlds; small community and big city amenities.

We have an outstanding selection of schools to choose from including charter, private and public schools. A number of excellent local colleges and universities make Madison County a excellent place to start a career.

A history of faith-based organizations has been foundational to the area, and there are many non-profit organizations to serve Madison County, whether you have a need or wish to volunteer.

This is why we at the Chamber choose to live in Madison County!

Work

The people of Madison County are a great example of Hoosier Hospitality! Madison County is a safe community to live in compared to a larger city, and a great place to raise a family. A competitive housing market means a larger home for much less than in more southwestern areas. Interstate 69 makes Indianapolis a short drive for those that want the best of both worlds; small community and big city amenities.

We have an outstanding selection of schools to choose from including charter, private and public schools. A number of excellent local colleges and universities make Madison County a excellent place to start a career.

A history of faith-based organizations has been foundational to the area, and there are many non-profit organizations to serve Madison County, whether you have a need or wish to volunteer.

This is why we at the Chamber choose to live in Madison County!

Community

Visit the following community websites:

Madison County, Indiana
Anderson
Pendleton
Lapel
Alexandria
Elwood
Frankton
Edgewood
Ingalls
Chesterfield
Markleville
Summitville

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