is a town in Boone County, Indiana, United States. The population was 2,867 at the 2010 demographics. The town is located near Interstate 65, about 22 miles (35 km) northwest of Midtown Indianapolis, and regarding 7 miles (11 km) from the north city limits of Indianapolis, between departures 130 and also 133.

History of Whitestown

Whitestown was set out in 1851 when the railroad has encompassed that point. It was likely named for Albert Smith White, a U.S. Senator from Indiana. The very first post office in Whitestown was developed in 1853.
Whitestown, Indiana, was called in honor of Albert S. White. Mr. White was the president of the railroad that was constructed via Whitestown, a USA Legislator from Indiana as well as a leader in the motion to abolish slavery in the United States.

Albert Smith White (1803-1864) was born in Orange Region, New York, as well as graduated from Union College, Schenectady in 1822 where he studied the legislation. After finishing college, he relocated to Lafayette, Indiana in 1830 where he invested the majority of his time in public service.

He was an assistant staff of the Indiana Legislature, and in 1832 he ran unsuccessfully for Congress. In 1836 he was elected as a participant of the Whig Celebration. He served one term prior to running for as well as being elected US Senator from the Hoosier state. He did not look for reelection. White offered in the nationwide House of Representatives from 1837 to 1839, and also in the United States Senate from 1839 to 1845. The former Senator went back to Stockwell, Indiana (near Lafayette) where he proceeded his law practice and also worked as head of state for numerous railroad companies.

In 1860 he reentered politics, running as the Republican politician Party prospect for a Congressional seat. He won as well as offered from 1861 to 1863. Later on, he has named a court for the U.S. District Court for Indiana. Appointed a government area judge in 1864, he offered just a couple of months up until his death.

In the late 2000s, Whitestown annexed 6,500 acres south of the historical midtown area. A plan of attack, mixed-use advancement named for U.S. Military officer and Boone County native Anson Mills was established in this field in 2005. The Great Recession adversely affected the Anson project’s initial construction schedule, but property, retail, as well as business growth gained momentum starting in 2011 and also continues to now.

From 2010 until the current day, Whitestown has actually been the fastest-growing municipality in Indiana, greater than increasing in populace between 2010 as well as 2017.

Public institution pupils in Whitestown are offered by 2 systems: those in Worth Area, as well as Perry Area, participate in Lebanon Neighborhood Schools, while those in Eagle Township go to Zionsville Community Schools.

Investors Aim Christian Academy, a private K-12 college operated as a ministry of Investors Point Christian Church, is also found in Whitestown.