NORTHERN HAMILTON COUNTY

A short drive through Northern Hamilton County will take you through the beautiful rural communities of Arcadia, Atlanta, Cicero and Sheridan. Each of these small towns offers a slower pace of life, exceptional education, and gorgeous views. In addition to the rural areas, Morse Reservoir is located throughout Cicero, and in parts of Noblesville and Arcadia, so the excitement of lake life is available to many residents.

With a small downtown filled with artist studios, The Town of Arcadia is best known for the Nickel Plate Art initiative. With a population of just over 1,600, Arcadia is a small town, but is still just a short drive away from bigger cities like Indianapolis.

The town furthest north within Hamilton County is Atlanta, Indiana. This small community is home to the Annual Atlanta Earth Festival, with draws crowds from all over the country. This town has a lot of charm, and is a wonderful area for families. For more information on living and doing business in Atlanta, visit atlantaindiana.com.

Just north of Noblesville is Cicero, a small town positioned comfortably along the waters of Morse Reservoir. Beyond the water, Cicero is also known for great local eateries, offering something for everyone. For more information on living and doing business in Cicero, visit ciceroin.org.

The Town of Sheridan, Indiana unites historical sites and seasonal festivals, making this quaint downtown a great place to raise a family. For more information on living and doing business in Sheridan, visit sheridan.org.

Northern Hamilton County Gallery
Boxley Cabin Hedgehog Music Showcase Morse Resevoir

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Monger
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Northern Hamilton County Stats

Total Population (2013) 10,227
Total Population (2010) 9,868
Growth
(2010-2013)
3.6%
Median Age 37.2

Northern Hamilton County Fun Facts

Hamilton County, Indiana Among 'Healthiest' For Children

Hamilton County selected as Healthiest County in Indiana by the University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation