Danville, Indiana, the County Seat of Hendricks County, is located 25 miles west of downtown Indianapolis. The county was established in 1824, with the first non-Indian settlers moving to Danville in the 1820's . Danville, a small town of just over six square miles, has blossomed into a community of more than 8,000 residents, with significant population growth occurring in the 1990s.
While not a bustling metropolis, Danville is conveniently located near State Road 39 and U.S. Highway 36, also serving as Main Street in Danville. Danville is about 20 miles from Interstates 70 and 465, where access to all of Indianapolis becomes easily available.
Danville has a thriving arts community where theater, music, fine arts and crafts are well represented. The Danville arts scene is respectable, though no competition for the thriving Indianapolis art community. The Hendricks County Civic Theatre offers several performances throughout the year in Danville, Danville High School puts on many drama productions, ArtsGo! is a Danville event that allows local … Read More