Gibson County Relocation Guide

Gibson County In the heart of Southern Indiana lies several charming small towns with an abundance of character and history. Take a step off the beaten path, explore the scenic countryside and discover your weekend getaway in Gibson County. Home to Indiana’s largest barn quilt trail and peaceful outdoor experiences, Gibson County offers travelers a unique and relaxing experience in a beautiful part of Southern Indiana. Gibson County is a county in the southwestern part of the U.S. state of Indiana. As of the 2010 United States Census, the population was 33,503. The county seat is Princeton.

Things To Do Gibson County - Attractions

Severns Bridge John Severns, Sr., a native of Wales, is

John Severns, Sr., settled with his wife and five children on the south bank of the Patoka River, two and one-half miles north of Princeton, Indiana at a point now known as Severns Bridge, where he ran a ferry boat. This point was long known as Severns Ferry, later Severns Bridge. Because of his knowledge of the Indian dialect, their manners and customs, he was able to make friends with the Indians and they permitted him to settle among them. At that time there was a large Indian town on the north bank of the Patoka river, nearly opposite his home. John Severns, Sr., died in about 1829. Severns Bridge was constructed in 1908 and rehabilitated in 2009 by the local government and Federal Highway funds. The benches, picnic areas and walking path were donated by Toyota Motor Manufacturing Indiana and built by Toyota team members.

recognized as the first white settler in Gibson County. While enlisted as a soldier during the Revolutionary War, he secured a furlough to visit his parents in the wilds of West Virginia. While there, he was captured along with his entire family by Indians. His father, mother, a younger brother and sister were murdered by them while he and his older brother were held as prisoners and taken back to an Indian town somewhere on the headwaters of the White River. After being a prisoner for seven years he made his escape and soon afterward married and settled in Kentucky where he lived for three years. His older brother, who was captured with him was given to another family of Indians and taken away and he never saw him again. This brother was adopted by a prominent chief and later married an Indian woman. In 1789

The Log Inn The historic Log Inn Restaurant was built in 1825 as a trading post and stagecoach stop. The first stage coach started running on what was once an Indian trail between Evansville and Vincennes in 1824. The fare was $3.50, four to six horses were used and changed every 12 miles.It is reported that, in 1844, Abraham Lincoln stopped here during a campaign tour speaking for presidential candidate, Henry Clay. The fourth owner of the Log Inn was Henry Haub who later founded the nearby town of Haubstadt in 1855.Throughout its long history, the physical structure of The Log Inn has undergone many transformations. Though none of the original log structure remains visible today from the outside, visitors can still see and dine in one of the original log rooms.It is reported that, under the log part of the building, there is a full cellar which was reputed to have been used as a hiding place for runaway slaves during the Civil War period.Today, The Log Inn is recognized as the oldest restaurant in the state of Indiana. It is widely known for its family style dinners and has been named as one of Indiana’s Favorite Hometown Restaurants by the Indiana Association of Cities and Towns.

12653 S. 200 E. Haubstadt, IN 47639 (812) 867-3216

Toyota Motor Manufacturing Indiana Experience Center

Get under the hood at the Toyota Indiana Experience Center! Explore the history of Toyota from its early role in the textile industry to its position today as a standard bearer in automotive production and quality. View a demonstration of an original Toyoda Type G Automatic Loom and learn the poignant story of how this loom is now producing backing for quilts donated to wounded American troops. Watch the sparks fly as you take a free tram tour through the Toyota manufacturing facility and observe the Toyota Production System up close.

Tri-State Speedway Catch all of the excitement where NASCAR superstar Jeff Gordon raced as a fourteen- year-old on this 1/4 -mile high banked dirt track. Racing enthusiasts can enjoy sprint car racing including the World Of Outlaws and open-wheeled modifieds from April through September. Races are held every Sunday night with special events included throughout the season. Located on US Hwy 41 near Haubstadt, IN.

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4000 Tulip Tree Drive Princeton, IN

Wabash & Erie Canal

The Wabash and Erie Canal was a shipping canal that linked the Great Lakes to the Ohio River via a man-made waterway providing traders with access from the Great Lakes all the way to the Gulf of Mexico. Completed in the mid-1800’s most historians agree the period between 1847 and 1852 was the heyday of the canal. In Indiana, the 40-foot wide canal was built mostly by Irish immigrants using shovels, picks, wheelbarrows, and the horse-drawn slip-scoop. By 1837, there were 1,000 laborers employed on the state’s canal system. Accidents, fever, cholera, fights, and snakebite exacted a heavy toll on the workforce. It has been reported that the toll in lives from the building of the Canal was one person for every six feet of completed Canal in the forty-mile stretch between the Indiana / Ohio

9981 S. U.S. Hwy 41- Haubstadt

state line and Junction, Ohio. This figure, however, has been vigorously contested by some canal historians. Several types of boats traveled on the canal but the two used for business were the packet and the line boat. The packet was primarily used for transportation of passengers while the line boats hauled freight. From 1853 until its demise, canal receipts steadily declined. The canal could only remain navigable for eight months a year. One of the great ironies of history is that the slow-paced, mule-driven canal boats transported the rails from foundries for building the railroads

which ultimately put the canal out of business by the 1870’s. Though most of the canal has long since deteriorated, parts of the towpath and some small segments of the canal itself are still visible along the south side of the gravel road which runs along side of the canal.

Directions: West of Francisco at the intersection of County Roads 175 South and 550 East. From I-64 take US Hwy 41 North to IN SR 64 East through Princeton to County Road 550 East, then south to the intersection of County Road 175 South.

Barn Quilt Trail With over 225 hand-painted blocks adorning the landscape, the Gibson County Barn Quilt Trail provides the perfect opportunity to step off the beaten path and discover homespun beauty in the heart of southwestern Indiana. Enjoy a weekend searching for each unique and colorful pattern on the trail, while visiting some of Gibson County’s must-see attractions along the way! To find more behind-the-scenes photos and stories, visit the Gibson County Barn Quilt Facebook page. To get started, simply view the map via your mobile device or pick up a copy of the Gibson County Barn Quilt Trail & Visitor Guide at the Princeton Visitors Center, 702 West Broadway, Princeton, IN.

Barn-Quilt-Trail-Visitor-Guide-WEB-Version.pdf

Azalea Path Arboretum & Botanical Gardens

This colorful garden is one of the largest collections of azaleas in the Midwest. The Azalea Path Arboretum & Botanical Gardens covers over 60 acres of land and includes more than 4,000 azaleas. As you stroll, you will also find a large variety of unusual plants and native Indiana trees, two spring-fed lakes, a waterfall, a koi pond, and several unique sculptures that complement the beautifully landscaped 3 miles of walking trails.

You’ll never forget this showcase of spring color!

Major Employers of Gibson County

Vuteq Corporation Gibson General Hospital

Toyota Manufacturing Indiana

Duke Energy

Toyota Boshoku

ARC of Southwest Indiana

Hansen Corporation Vuteq Corporation

North Gibson School Corporation

South Gibson School Corporation

River Oaks Health Care

Norfolk Southern Railroad

East Gibson School Corporation

Gibson County Quality Assurance

Windsor Machine Group

Berry Plastics (Princeton Facility)

The Waters of Princeton

Hoehn Plastics, Inc.

Economic Overview

Gibson County has an unemployment rate of 3.4%. The US average is 6.0%. The average income of a Gibson County resident is $24,256 a year. The Median household income of a Gibson County resident is $48,176 a year. Gibson County has seen the job market increase by 2.2% over the last year. Future job growth over the next ten years is predicted to be 34.2%, which is higher than the US average of 33.5%.

Education/Healthcare 2.3k people Transportation, Warehouse, Utilities 1.3k people

Construction 1.0k people Manufacturing 7.9k people Retail 1.4k people

Health

Gibson County Health Department 203 S. Prince Street Princeton, IN 47670 (812) 385-3831 (812) 386-8027 (fax) 8AM-4PMMon-Fri CST

Deaconess General Hospital 1808 Sherman Dr., Princeton IN 47670 (812) 385-3401

East Gibson School Corporation (812) 749-4755 914 S Franklin St. Oakland City, IN Wood Memorial High School (812) 749-4757 959 S Franklin St. Oakland City, IN Wood Memorial Junior High (812) 749-4519 945 S Franklin St. Oakland City, IN Oakland City Elementary (812) 749-6133 945 S Franklin St. Oakland City, IN Barton Township Elementary Education

North Gibson School Corporation (812) 385-4851 1104 N. Embree St. Princeton, IN Princeton Community High School (812) 385-2591 1101 N. Main St. Princeton, IN Princeton Community Middle School (812) 385-2020 1106 E. Embree St. Princeton, IN Princeton Community Intermediate (812) 386-1221 1108 E. Embree St. Princeton, IN Princeton Community Primary (812) 386-1222 813 W. Ancher Rd. Princeton, IN

(812) 795-2292 9724 E Main St. Mackey, IN Francisco Elementary (812) 782-3207 302 E Main St. Francisco, IN

South Gibson School Corporation (812) 753-4230 3321 W. 800 St. Fort Branch, IN Fort Branch Community School (812) 753-3641 7670 S. Eastvicula Fort Branch, IN Gibson Southern High School (812) 753-3011 3499 W. 800 S. Fort Branch, IN Haubstadt Community School (812) 768-6487 158 E. 1025 S. Haubstadt, IN Owensville Community School (812) 724-3705 6569 S. State Road 6 S. Owensville, IN Oakland City University (800) 737-5125 oak.edu

Vincennes University Advanced Manufacturing Center (812) 888-8888 vinu.edu 8100 US. 41 N. Fort Branch, IN • State-of-the-art $12 million facility located in the heart of Gibson County focusing on Advanced Manufacturing and Logistics • Enhanced training will meet the needs of expanding industry in Gibson County, Indiana, and the Evansville, Indiana, area • Programming focus on logistics and distribution, computer-integrated manufacturing, injection molding/tool and die, robotics, welding, electronics, industrial maintenance, and mining technology Ivy Tech Community College of Indiana – Princeton Career and Technology Center 2431 S Crabtree Drive

Princeton, IN 888.IVY.LINE

• Part of Indiana’s community college system of 24 campuses throughout the state • Provides technical and vocational education for various industries • Offers 200 academic programs for career development certificates, technical certificates, and associate degrees

138 N. Lucretia St. Oackland City, IN

• A private university founded in 1885 and the only General Baptist Church-affiliated University in the U.S. • Satellite campuses are located in Indianapolis, Rockport, Evansville, and Bedford, Indiana • Main campus business programs are accredited by the International Assembly for Collegiate Business Education

Real Estate Homes for sale in Gibson County, IN have a average listing home price of $165,847 . The homes spend an average of 24 days on the market. Some of the hottest neighbourhoods in Gibson County are :

• Northbrook Hills

• White Church Crossing

• Little York Village

• Indian Hills

• Hunters Crossing

• Scottsdale Acres

• Whispering Winds

• Oak Ridge Estates

• Whispering Creek

• Curtis Luke Estates

Art & Culture

Gibson County Youth Theater

Info@gibsoncountyyouththeather.org

(812) 664-5599

Shopping

Antiques Finders Keepers (812) 635-0414 1609 W. Broadway Princeton, IN River Bluff Antiques (812) 779-2601 5386 N. Old Hwy 41 Patoka, IN

L&B Boutique (812) 455-7951 111 N McCreary Fort Branch, IN OTM Boutique & Bow Co. (812) 455-7951 107 N Hart St. Princeton, IN Discount Stores Burke’s Outlet (812) 385-8732 2811 WBroadway St. Princeton, IN Dollar General Store (812) 385-3788 7979 S, US-41, Fort Branch, IN Dollar General Store (812) 635-3073 1011 S. Main St. Princeton, IN Dollar General Store (812) 724-3131 108 E. Montgomery St. Owensville, IN

Clothing & Accessories Burke’s Outlet (812) 385-8732 2811 WBroadway St. Princeton, IN Goodwill (812) 385-5555 3215 WBroadway St. Princeton, IN Graceful Lady (812) 753-3595 805 E. Park Street

Fort Branch, IN HIbbet Sports (812)386-1659 2803 WBroadway Princeton, IN

Dollar General Store (877) 463-1553 405 WGrave St. Patoka, IN Dollar Tree (812) 385-2635 2707 West Broadway Princeton, IN Goodwill (812) 385-5555 3215 WBroadway St. Princeton, IN Walmart (812) 386-6620 Pharmacy: (812) 386-6690 2700 W. Broadway St. Princeton, IN

Hometown IGA (812) 386-7672 2005 W. Broadway Princeton, IN Walgreens (812) 385-3296 1901 West Broadway St. Princeton, IN Williams Brothers Health Care (812) 386-5194 1601 West Broadway St. Princeton, IN

Electronics Grubb’s Audio & Video

(812) 386-0076 128 N Main St. Princeton, IN

Drug Stores CVS (812) 385-3747 1000 W. Broaway St. Princeton, IN Haubstadt Pharmacy (812) 768-6101 760 E State Road 68 Haubstadt, IN

Florists Hometown IGA (812) 386-7672 2005 W. Broadway Princeton, IN Hometown IGA (812) 749-3072 122 WMorton St. Oakland City, IN

Jim Hipp Nursery (812) 867-2892 US-41 Haubstadt, IN Karla’s Ceramics And Floral (812) 724-2405

The Brickhouse Boutique 100 W. Locust Street,

Fort Branch, IN The Goldsmith (812)386-7149 205 N Embree St. Princeton, IN Uniquely Michaels Florist & Gifts (812) 386-0065 121 W. Broadway St. Princeton, IN Grocery Stores Berry’s Produce and Country Market (812) 386-6365 1415 W. Brumfield Ave., Princeton IN Dewig Meats (812) 768-6028

5038 S. SR 65 Owensville, IN Smith’s Greenhouses (812) 386-7226 5590 N 650 E Patoka, IN Snyder Florist

(812) 385-5261 619 S. Gibson St. Princeton, IN Special Occasions By Kruse (812) 753-3390 (812) 499-7040 317 S. Race St. Haubstadt, IN Sue’s Flowers & Gifts (812) 749-4500 310 W. Morton St. Oakland City, IN Uniquely Michaels Florist & Gifts (812) 385-5580 121 W. Broadway St. Princeton, IN Gifts Berry’s Produce And Country Market (812) 386-6365 1415 W. Brumfield Ave., Princeton, IN First Place Trophies & Awards (812) 385-3279

100 Maple St. Haubstadt, IN Holiday Foods (812) 768-6153 760 IN-68 Haubstadt, IN

Hometown IGA (812) 386-7672 2005 W. Broadway Princeton, IN

Hometown IGA (812) 749-3072 122 WMorton St.- Oakland City Kenny Dewig Meats (812) 724-2333 9208 West State Rd 165 Owensville, IN Ruler Foods (812) 386-6533 1503 WBroadway St.

1595 E IN 64 Princeton, IN

Save-A-Lot (812) 386-6825 1410 WBroadway St. Princeton, IN Walmart (812) 386-6620 Pharmacy: (812) 386-6690 2700 W. Broadway St. Princeton, IN Hardware Kirchner Building Center (812) 385-3479 2001 E. Broadway, Princeton IN M & M TRUE VALUE

805 E. Park St. Fort Branch, IN M & M True Value

(812) 768-6104 760 Hwy 68 East Haubstadt, IN Memmers True Value Farm Store (812) 385-2641 Hwy 41 N. at Lyles State Rd. Princeton, IN Menards (812) 385-2427 200 South Richland Creek Drive Princeton, IN Smith’s Greenhouses (812) 386-7226 5590 N 650 E- Patoka The Brickhouse Boutique

(812) 768-6104 760 Hwy 68 East Haubstadt, IN Memmers True Value Farm Store (812) 385-2641 Hwy 41 N. at Lyles State Rd. Princeton, IN Walker’s Hometown Store (812) 385-5757 1607 West Broadway St. Princeton, IN

(812) 664-6737 100 W Locust St Fort Branch, IN Walker’s Hometown Store (812) 385-5757 1607 West Broadway St. Princeton, IN

Specialty Stores Berry’s Produce And Country Market (812) 386-6365 1415 W. Brumfield Ave., Princeton IN

Home & Garden 104 West Elm Consignment Furniture & Home Decor (812) 630-4277 104 W. Elm Street, Haubstadt, IN Kirchner Building Center (812) 385-3479 2001 E. Broadway, Princeton IN Graceful Lady (812) 753-3595

Carts Gone Wild (812) 615-5050 1141 E. Warrington Rd., Hauberstadt, IN Chatmon Christmas Tree Farm (812) 204-6422 70N 1150 E. Oakland City, IN

Cruel Addiction Tattoo (812) 677-6291 129 1/2 West Broadway

The Brickhouse Boutique (812) 664-6737 100 W Locust St

Princeton, IN Dewig Meats (812) 768-6028

Fort Branch, IN The Goldsmith (812) 386-7149 205 N Embree St Princeton, IN Vicbaggers (812) 782-3476

100 Maple St. Haubstadt, IN First Place Trophies & Awards (812) 385-3279 1595 E IN 64 Princeton, IN Grace’s Toys & Dolls (812) 753-3595 805 E. Park Street Fort Branch, IN Karla’s Ceramics And Floral (812) 724-2405 5038 S. SR 65

208 S 5th St, Francisco, IN Kenny Dewig Meats (812) 724-2333 9208 West State Rd 165 Owensville, IN Sporting Goods Hibbett Sports (812) 386-1659 2803 WBroadway Princeton, IN Rawhide Golf Ball Company

Owensville, IN 47665 Kenny Dewig Meats (812) 724-2333 9208 West State Rd 165 Owensville, IN Little House of Yarn (812) 635-0183 129 WBroadway St, Princeton, IN Rowe Portrait Studios (812) 749-6197 12794 County Rd 75 S Oakland city, IN Stodgill Monument & Concrete Decor (812) 632-8550

(812) 753-4656 (800) 883-5561

7517 E. 775 S. Fort Branch, IN Red Dawn Armory (812) 385-4741 2178 S Old US Hwy 41 Princeton, IN Sportsman’s Depot

(812) 386-7155 205 N Embree St Princeton, IN

7800 Hwy 41 Fort Branch, IN

Dining

Princeton Alamo BBQ (812) 385-2222 818 W. Broadway Applebee’s (812) 386-8426 1820 W. Broadway Asian Star Buffet & Hibachi Grill (812) 385-8989

Powerhouse Bar + Grill (812) 385-4920

217 N. Main Burger King (812) 386 -8999 2740 W. Broadway Crickett’s Lunch Room (812) 385-4039 112 W. State Street Dairy Queen (812) 385-2485 1202 W. Broadway Dick Clark’s Family Restaurant (812) 385-4881 702 N. Pine El Rodeo Mexican Grill (812) 385-0637 1105 W. Broadway

3301 WBroadway St Blimpie’s Sub & Salads (812) 386-5804 105 N. First Avenue Bob Evans Restaurant (812) 386-1228 2825 W. Broadway Susan Bobe’s Pizza (812) 385-2554 101 W. Broadway

Guacamole Grill (812) 635-4095 2691 W. Broadway St. Yamato (812) 635-4323

McDonald’s (812) 385-5286

Hwy 64 W. Papa John’s (812) 385-5050 2805 W. Broadway Pizza Hut (812) 385-8831 1606 W. Broadway Sandy’s Pizza (812) 635-9128 111 E Broadway St. Sonic (812) 386-8002 2840 W. Broadway Spud Hut (812) 635-0258 518 W. Broadway Subway (812) 386-8400 1806 WBroadway

1537 W. Broadway Klinker’s Bar & Grill (812) 385-5260 1115 S. Main Lin’s Garden Chinese Restaurant & Buffet (812) 385-3251 108 W. State Long John Silvers (812) 385-8052 1417 W. Broadway El Cerrito Mexican Grill (812) 386-0109

1417 W. Broadway Lupe’s Mexican Grill (812) 635-4001 2020 W. Broadway

Fort Branch Dairy Queen (812) 753-3579 808 E. Oak

The Palace Cafe (812) 635-9500 124 WState St Taco Bell (812) 386-0004 2720 W. Broadway Taco Tierra (812) 385-8996 1130 S. Main Tim’s Awesome BBQ (812) 385-4000 525 S. Main Wendy’s (812) 386-6431 Hwy 64 West Wing’s Etc. (812) 635-0285 2697 W. Broadway St.

Fat Boy’s Tavern (812) 753-9914 115 McCreary Harper’s Pizza & Pub (812) 753-9914 115 N. McCreary St. Iron Horse (812) 753-9918 203 McCreary LeeAndrea’s Sweet Treats Bakery & Cafe (812) 615-5130 105 N McCreary St. Los Panchos Mexican Grill (812) 753-4730 303 S US Highway 41

Hazelton Hilltop Tavern & Grill (812) 784-2334 Hwy 56 South Haubstadt Carriage Inn (812) 768-6131 103 Gibson Denny’s Flying J Plaza (812)768-6595 Hwy 41 & I-64 Haub’s Steak House (812) 768-6462 206 North Main St. Laura’s Catering (812) 867-9749 2797 E Warrenton Rd

RZ’s Cafe & Catering Co. (812) 615-0039 104 North Main Street Sandy’s Pizza (812) 753-3972 609 S. Main Street Subway (812) 753-5030 7998 S Professional Dr. Thai Chow (812) 753-3878 726 County 800 S Town Square Diner (812) 753-1052 103 N. McCreary St. Zack’s Diner (812) 753-1230 202 East Locust St.

Log Inn (812) 867-3216 12491 County Road 200 East Subway Pilot Flying (812) 868-1064 J Hwy 41 & I-64, exit 25B 1042 E Warrenton Rd Taco Bell Pilot Travel Plaza (812) 868-1064 Hwy 41 & I-64, exit 25B 1042 E Warrenton Rd Wendy’s Loves Travel Plaza (812) 768-0050 Hwy 41 & I-64, exit 25B 901 E 1250 S

Double D’s Diner (812) 749-4747 604 E Morton St. John’s Smokin’ BBQ (812) 749-9227 410 S Gibson St Las Islas (812) 999-2117 101 W. Morton St Main Street Pizza (812) 749-1140 167 N Main Street Subway (812) 749-3658 611 WMorton St Taylor’s II (812) 749-6345 518 E. Morton Owensville Shelly’s Pizza (812) 724-2403 119 S. Main St. Main Street Cafe (812) 724-2403

Oakland City Monroe Pizza

(812) 749-3292 250 N. Main St. By the Cup (812) 749-3000 246 N. Main St. Denny’s (812) 719-4555 Hwy 57 & 64

109 S. Main Doc’s Place (812) 724-2023 105 N. Main

Major Highways

I-64 In the U.S. state of Indiana is a major east–west highway providing access between Illinois and Kentucky. It passes through Indiana as part of its connection between the two metropolitan areas of St Louis, Missouri, and Louisville, Kentucky. I-69 At present, the 140.2-mile (225.6 km) segment in Southwest Indiana temporarily begins at the interchange with U.S. Highway 41 (US 41) and Veterans Memorial Parkway in Evansville US 41 In the state of Indiana is a north–south US Highway that is parallel to the Illinois state line. It enters the state south of Evansville as a four-lane divided highway passing around Vincennes and traveling north to Terre Haute. SR 56 The western terminus of SR 56 is near Hazleton at U.S. Route 41. SR 56 heads northeast to Hazleton. After Hazleton SR 56 turns southeast then back northeast, until State Road 65 (SR 65). Where SR 56 heads east towards Petersburg, in Petersburg SR 56 is Concurrent with State Road 57 (SR 57), until the intersection with State Road 61 (SR 61). SR 56 leaves Petersburg concurrent with SR 61 heading south, until SR 56 turns east. South of Otwell SR 56 has an intersection with State Road 257.

SR 57 SR 57 begins at U.S. Highway 41 in Evansville and provides access to Evansville Regional Airport. It is routed concurrently with Interstate 69 to SR 68 just north of Interstate 64 then is concurrent with SR 68 for roughly 1 mile before resuming its original route. The highway serves a number of small communities and the cities of Oakland City, Petersburg and Washington. SR 64 State Road 64 begins at a bridge across the Wabash River at Mount Carmel, Illinois, connecting it with Illinois Route 15. It ends at Interstate 64 near Edwardsville. For the bulk of its length, it runs parallel to Interstate 64 and approximately 10 miles (16 km) north of it. Most of the route is two-lane undivided highway, with undivided multi-lane segments in the city of Princeton around the junction of U.S. Route 41 SR 65 SR 165 is a 17-mile (27 km) route in Gibson and Posey counties in the U.S. State of Indiana. SR 168 is a 17-mile-long (27 km) east–west two-lane highway that exists entirely within Gibson County in the far southwestern portion of the state, spanning Barton, Montgomery, and Union townships. SR 357 State Road 357 in the U.S. state of Indiana is a very short north–south state highway in Gibson County, entirely within the city of Oakland City.

Lodging Campgrounds WEATHER ROCK CAMPGROUND (812) 867-3401 12848 SWeather Rock Dr., Haubstadt, IN 47639

Hotel & Motel

BAYMONT INN & SUITES (812) 768-5878

12798 County Rd 1250 S Haubstadt, Indiana 47639

DIPLOMAT MOTEL (812) 749-4300 Oakland City, IN 47660

NEW LAKE CAMPGROUND (812) 664-6652 2205 S 1350 E Oakland City, IN 47660

HAMPTON INN (812) 385-2400

107 S. Richland Creek Drive Princeton, Indiana, 47670

HOLIDAY INN EXPRESS (812) 385-4300 Toll free: (866) 522-8908 2828 Dixon Street Princeton, Indiana 47670

Getting Settled Court House ​Highway Garage

Jail 112 E Emerson Princeton, IN ​47670

​Coroner 203 S. Prince St. Princeton, IN 47670

​North Annex 225 N Hart Princeton, IN 47670

​South Annex 203 South Prince Princeton, IN 47670

101 N Main Princeton, IN 47670

1791 E 350 S Princeton, IN 47670

Voting Registration

Indiana Secretary of State Address:

201 Statehouse

Indianapolis, IN 46204

Email: assistant@sos.state.in.us

You have the right to vote in Indiana if:

• You are both a U.S. citizen and a resident of Indiana; and

• You will be at least 18 years of age on or before the next General or Municipal Election, and

• You are not currently in prison after being convicted of a crime; and

• You have lived in the precinct where you vote for at least 30 days prior to the election; and

• You are registered to vote.

Ways to Register to Vote

Register Online

If you currently have an Indiana Driver’s License or State ID card, you may register to vote online. Just visit Indiana Voters and select one of the register to vote online links.

Register In Person

You may register at the Bureau of Motor Vehicles.

Voting Absentee Voters wishing to vote absentee by mail must submit an Application for Absentee Ballot in order to receive a ballot by mail. Requests must be received in the Clerk’s Office by the Monday one week prior to Election Day. The deadline to submit an Application for Absentee Ballot requesting to vote before the Travel Board is at Noon on the Monday before Election Day. Applications can be obtained from the Clerk’s Office or online at Indiana Voters.

Voter Locations

• Township Precinct Location Address CityPoll • Barton 01 Barton TWPFire Station 5322 S Lincoln St, Somerville • Barton 02 Mackey Church of the Nazarene 9612 E Main St, Mackey • Center 01 Francisco Lions Club 201 S First St, Francisco Columbia • 01, 02, 05 Oakland City Community Bldg 1095 W Morton St, Oakland City Y Johnson 01, 02, 03 Old School Gym 115 S West St, Haubstadt Montgomery

• 01 Owensville Town Hall 103 S Main St, Owensville Montgomery • 02, 03 Owensville Fire Station 200 S First St, Owensville Patoka • 01, 06 Gibson County Annex North 225 N Hart St, Princeton Y Patoka • 02, 03 Princeton City Building 310 W State St, Princeton Y Patoka • 07, 08, 11, Toyota Events Center 705 N Embree St, Princeton Y Patoka • 12 Patoka Township Fire Station 401 S White Church Rd, Princeton Patoka

• 4, 5, 9, 14 4-H Building 1015 N Embree St, Princeton Y Union • 01, 02 Community Center 112 N Railroad St, Fort Branch Union • 03, 04 Union TWPFire Dept 204 W Vine St, Fort Branch Wabash 01 Owensville Fire Station 200 S First St, Owensville Washington • 01 Mt Olympus Community Center 6311 N State Rd 65, Mt Olympus White River • 01 Patoka United Methodist Family Life Center 203 E Spring St, Patoka White River • 02 Hazleton Community Bldg 113 W Second St, Hazleton

Utility Companies

There are 3 Utility Companies in Gibson County, Indiana, serving a population of 33,596 people in an area of 488 square miles. There is 1 Utilities per 11,198 people, and 1 Utilities per 162 square miles. In Indiana, Gibson County is ranked 40th of 92 counties in Utility Companies per capita, and 60th of 92 counties in Utility Companies per square mile. Duke Energy 1097 County Road 950 Owensville, IN (812) 521 2232 Pike-Gibson Water 325 North Jackson Street Oakland, IN (812) 749 4916 Princeton Water Department 310 West State Street Princeton, IN (812) 385 3498 Gibson County Solid Waste Management Solid Waste Director - Mike Stilwell

Controller - Vada Ferry Office-812-385-3136 Office location - 771 Old Hwy 41 N, Princeton, Indiana

Gibson County Utilities are business enterprises that provide essential public services including electricity, natural gas, water, and sewer services in Gibson County, IN. Because of the infrastructure required to deliver services, a monopoly is often the most economical way for an utility service to operate. Gibson County Public Utility Companies serve all of the customers for a particular service in Gibson County.

CABLE, INTERNET, AND LANDLINE SERVICES

Comcast: (800) 219-5428 AT&T: (800) 868-9696 Spectrum: (855) 908-9152

MAIL USPS: (800) 275-8777

Gibson County Animal Services

Phone: (812) 386-8079 24/7 Emergency Phone: 812-386-3496 (Option 1)

Email: animalservices175@gmail.com Open 10a - 4p Tuesday-Saturday CST

EMERGENCY911 Fort Branch Police Department (812) 753-3097 Gibson Co. Prosecutor’s Office (812) 385-5497 Gibson Co. Sheriff (812) 385-3496 Haubstadt Police Department (812) 768-6451 Indiana State Police (800) 852-3970 Oakland City Police Department (812) 749-3535 Owensville Police Department (812) 724-4151 Princeton Police Department (812) 385-3437 Victim County Clerk

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