Seymour,  is a thriving industrial, commerical and residential community based on well -planned growth and progress. The quailty of life is demonstrated by it's "Small Town " yet bustling atmosphere, beautiful parks and open spaces, attractive landscaping and arterial streets, a low crime rate, quality schools nad affordable housing. 

Seymour is "The Crossroads of Southern Indiana". With the intersection of, I 65 interstate, two highways, and two rail lines, it is the place to be.  Seymour is a community with excellent proimity to three major cities, Indianapolis Indiana, Cincinnati Ohio, and Lovisville Kentucky a hour to an hour and half away. 

Location is the key behind many companies locating in Seymour. Seymour has an excellent workforce in place. Transportation connections have proved to be a real blessing to the city, which now has more thn 20,000 residents. 

Festivals are a large part of the culture of Seymour. Oktoberfest celebrates the German roots of the community.  Both, Scoop the Loop and Cars and Guitars draw many car enthusiasts to downtown. The Famers Market provides familes a place to shop for their favorite locally grown produce throught out the summer months. Music has a rich history in Seymour and is celebrated at all festivala, including the City Jam events. 

The arts are highly celebrated, Seymour is home to Southern Indiana Center of the Arts. Visting the brewery, local winery or any one of the local restaurants can nicely round out your day of the arts.  Nature enthusuast start here on their journey to Mauscatatuck National Wildlife Refuge and the Jackson- Washington State Forest.  Whether you're into music, cars, nature or activities to enjoy with the family, Jackosn County has something for everyone, Come see what we have to offer and you will fall in love with our community. 

Southern Indiana and Louisville Community Guide

The Louisville and Southern Indiana metropolitan region combines many of the best qualities of large and small cities to create one of the nation's most appealing areas. In fact, a 2006 study conducted by two national relocation companies rated the area as the nation's best city for relocating families. Their study was based on a number of economic and quality-of-life factors such as commute times, cultural offerings, tax rates, recreational activities, and the quantity of family-friendly events and venues.

The Louisville attractions which visitors perennially love -- Churchill Downs, Seneca and Cherokee Parks (designed by Frederick Law Olmsted), the Kentucky Center for the Arts -- have in recent years been joined by a number of exciting new ventures including Fourth Street Live, the Muhammad Ali Center, and even a nationally recognized Skateboard Park.

Southern Indiana offers its own array of attractions, from the Joe Huber Family Farm & Restaurant to the Georgetown Drive-In to Covered Bridge Golf Course.