Zionsville Visitors Guide-About Town 2018 - Page 4

Welcome to Zionsville! Welcome to Zionsville and this year’s About Town guide. You will find useful information about our businesses, locally owned shops and restaurants, top rated schools, as well as the many cultural and recreational opportunities that abound here. TIM HAAK mayor Last year, the new Zionsville Town Hall doors opened. More meeting spaces and conference rooms means more opportunities for local non-profits, community organizations and homeowners associations to gather here. By having the Zionsville Chamber of Commerce and Boone County Senior Services, Inc. located in the building, employees can more efficiently collaborate and work together on a daily basis. Zionsville has an active and growing business community. zWORKS co- working space, which expanded this year, continues to see demand for flexible work, meeting and startup space in Zionsville. Coupled with the on-going development at Zionsville’s conservation office park – Creekside Corporate Park – as well as the growth in the technology corridor of the Northwest Tech Center, Zionsville is a great place to invest. Time after time we hear that families are moving to Zionsville for the unparalleled high quality of life. Zionsville is home to one of only seven Indiana elementary schools named a 2017 Blue Ribbon School, and the third highest rated public high school in the state (according to US News and Report). We are a family-friendly, close-knit community with all the amenities of larger towns and cities. If you are a first-time visitor or considering relocating or expanding your business here, you can find more information at www.zionsville-in.gov. You are also welcome to contact my office, town staff or the Zionsville Chamber of Commerce for assistance. 4 ABOUT TOWN