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1 This Is Hamilton County, IN (In Greater Indianapolis) Prepared by: Hamilton County Alliance June 2007

2 Summary Hamilton Co. Highlights Top 25 county in growth in U.S. (2000 - 2006) Leader for household income in U.S. (Top 12) A leading U.S. county for Quality of Life (#8) Sustained employment growth for 15 years Low unemployment rate (3.1%) Proven corporate environment Amenity-rich lifestyle Multiple Best Places to Live recognitions High performing public and private schools Young median age population (33.7)

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4 Selected Hamilton County Demographics, 2006 Total Households:90,172 Households by Income:< than $50k - 26% > than $100k - 36% Income below poverty:2.5% Avg. hhld size:2.73 Blue collar worker occ.12.4% White collar occupations:78.3% Estimated commuter time:27 minutes

5 Population 2006 Est. County Population – 248,170 2000 Co. Population – 182,740 1990 Population – 108,936 2011 Projection – 301,935 Population growing by nearly 6% per year since early 1990s 73% of population growth 2000 to 2005 due to net in-migration

6 2006 Estimated Population Clay Twp(Carmel) -82,046 Delaware/Fall Creek (Fishers)-73,249 Noblesville Twp (Noblesville)-43,377 Washington Twp (Westfield) -28,375 Jackson Twp (Cicero) -10,240 Adams Twp (Sheridan) - 5,652

7 Population Growth 4/2000 to 7/2006 Carmel68%63,500 Cicero 1% 4,370 Fishers52%57,300 Noblesville39%39,800 Westfield 173%25,400 Sheridan 6% 2,810 Hamilton Co. 37% 248,000

8 Fastest Growing Midwest Counties 2000 to 2006 by Percent Kendall Co., IL (1 st in midwest & 2 nd nationally) Delaware Co., OH (2 nd & 13 th ) Scott Co., MN (3 rd & 21 st ) Hamilton Co., IN (4 th & 26 th ) Note: By absolute number, Hamilton Co. is 1 st in Midwest with 68,000 increase.

9 Quality of Life 2004 QoL rankings had Hamilton Co. #8 in the U.S. among 3,141 counties (American Cities Business Magazine) Fishers #24 in U.S. - Best Places to Live (2005) and #33 in 2006* (CNN-Money) Noblesville #10 in U.S - Best Places to Raise A Family: The Top 100 Most Affordable Communities Fishers ranked #15 in rate of job growth 2000 – 2005 Carmel ranked #16 in U.S. for median hhld. income in 2006 Hamilton County is Indianas county of choice *Must have at least 50,000 population

10 Life Style Amenities Easy access to downtown Indianapolis Indianapolis Museum of Art & Eiteljorg Museum Indianapolis Colts and Pacers Indianapolis Motor Speedway NCAA Headquarters & Hall of Champions Museum Indianapolis Zoo Indianapolis Childrens Museum Conner Prairie Living History Museum Morse & Geist Reservoirs Carmel Central Park Ritchie Woods Nature Preserve Verizon Wireless Music Center Monon Trail

11 Life Style Amenities cont. Indianapolis Metro and Indianapolis Executive Airports Numerous high quality neighborhoods ($140,000 to $1,000,000+ homes) Noblesville Courthouse Sq. & Historic District Coxhall Gardens 20+ golf courses including Crooked Stick, Bridgewater, Prairie View, and Bear Slide and Hawthorns. Clay Terrace Lifestyle Center and Hamilton Town Center (u/c), and Carmel Arts & Design District

12 2006 Residential Real Estate 3,608 SF permits issued in Hamilton Co in 2005 1,577 Single-family home permits thru June in 2006 County SF permits down 19% in 2006 28% of all metro area SF permits in 2006 are located in Hamilton County $248,760 Hamilton County SF average sales price (resale), May 2006

13 Education Four Hamilton County school districts rank in the top 50 in the state for 2005 - 2006 (Westfield, Carmel, Noblesville, and HSE). Over 44,000 students All four school districts rated Gold Medal School District by Expansion Mgmt. Magazine. (Top 16% in US) Only Indiana county with four Gold Medal School Districts in 2005 - 2006.

14 SAT Cumulative Scores, 2006 Carmel1661*82%** Hamilton SE160284% Westfield154262% Noblesville153272% Hamilton Heights151658% Sheridan 149659% Indiana101256% *Cumulative score **% seniors taking the test

15 2006 Educational Attainment 50% of Hamilton Co. adult population has B.A. Degree or better #1 county in Indiana in educational attainment #14 among all U.S. counties in educational attainment Another 7% of HC adult pop. holds technical degrees 20% of Indianas adult population has B.A. or better Monroe County 40% B.A. or better 5% tech. Tippecanoe Co. 34% 5% Boone County 28% 6%

16 Income 1 st among Indiana counties in 2006 in income and has led the state since early 1990s County ranked 7th in median household income ($78,930) among U.S. counties in 2005 (with 65,000 to 249,000 population). Lowest poverty rate in state (2.5%)

17 2006 Average Household and Per Capita Income by Community Avg. Hhld.Per Capita Westfield$ 65,858$24,536 Noblesville$ 87,347$32,279 Fishers$ 99,437$37,004 Carmel$119,218$43,677 Cicero$ 68,367$27,879 Sheridan$ 52,626$19,835 Hamilton Co.$103,380$37,630 Indiana$ 59,120$23,220

18 Economic Growth in HC Job growth has averaged more than 4,000 new jobs/year since 1990 (42,000 in 1990). Hamilton is leading suburban employment center in metro Indianapolis (Madison 48,700, Johnson 47,600 and Hendricks 42,900). 1,031,225 – Indianapolis metro area employment (7/06), up from 1,011,600 in July, 2004.

19 2006 Leading Private Employers Conseco HQ, Financial Services 2,300 Sallie Mae Student Loans 2,000 RCI Travel Services 900 HFC Financial Services 750 Thomson Multimedia U.S. Headquarters 650 Bridgestone/Firestone Industrial/Bldg Products 575 Roche Diagnostics Medical Devices 550 Midwest ISO Energy Grid Mgmt 550 Charles Schwab Co. Natl Customer Srvs Ctr 550 Verizon Natl In-Bound Call Ctr 525 Entertainment Dist. Grp.Natl Distribution Center 450 ADT Security SystemsNatl Customer Srvs Ctr 425

20 Top 10 Office Employers Conseco, Inc.HQ, Financial Services 2,300 Sallie Mae Student Loans 2,000 RCI Travel-Related Srvs. 900 HFC Financial Services 750 Thomson Multimedia U.S. Headquarters 650 Roche Diagnostics Medical Devices 550 Midwest ISO Energy Grid Mgmt 550 Charles Schwab Co. Natl Customer Srvs Ctr 550 Verizon Natl In-Bound Call Ctr 525 Delta Faucet Co.U.S. Headquarters 350

21 Top 10 Technology Employers Thomson Multimedia Entertainment Products 650 Midwest ISO Energy Grid Management 550 Baker Hill Business Process Solutions 180 Ingersol Rand Security Technologies 150 Made2Manage Systems Enterprise Software 140 Disetronic Medical Devices 125 Aprimo Enterprise Mktg. Mgmt. 95 Sarcom Software Development 90 Single Source Systems Enterprise Solutions for Mfg. 60 Software Eng. Professionals Software Development 55

22 Leading Life Science/Health Care Employers in Hamilton County Clarian North Medical Center Hospital 900 Riverview Hospital Hospital 650 St. Vincent Heart Center of IN. Hospital 600 St. Vincent Carmel Hospital 375 King Systems, Inc. Inhalation Care Prdcts 375 Disetronic, Inc. Insulin Pumps 125 Becks Hybrids Traited Seed Corn Prdcts 100 Helmer, Inc. Blood Bank Equipment 90 Zotec Solutions Medical Billing Software 90 Oxford BioSignals Medical Patient Monitoring Equip. 30

23 Top 10 Industrial Employers Entertainment Dist. Group Distribution Services 450 Firestone Industrial Products Air Springs 450 Indiana Mills & Mfg., Inc. Straps/Tie Downs 425 King Systems, Inc. Inhalation Care Prdcts. 375 US Foodservice Distribution Services 325 Porter Engineered Systems Seat Reclining Systems 290 Telamon, Inc. Telecom Equipment 225 Biddle Precision Machine Tooling 205 Perfecto Manufacturing Aquariums 190 Industrial Dielectrics Insulation/Resins 175

24 2006 Estimated Employment Total County Employment – 132,140 Carmel Employment- 57,390 Fishers Employment- 26,740 Noblesville Employment - 19,040 Westfield Employment - 9,610 SheridanEmployment- 1,050 Cicero Employment- 1,000

25 Workforce (8/2006) Indianapolis Metro 4.6% unem. rate 40,738 unemployed 853,982 employed 894,720 workforce Hamilton County 3.1% unem. rate 3,965 unemployed 125,748 employed 129,713 workforce

26 Indianapolis Air Service 30 minute drive from Hamilton County via I-465 3 runways Longest runway – 11,200 11 major carriers + 8 regional airlines Daily departures – 280 Non-stop destinations – 36 cities Avg. ticket price (one-way) - $134 to $155 New $1billion mid-field terminal under construction (Fall 2008 completion) Indianapolis Executive & Indianapolis Metro Airports serve Hamilton County for corporate aircraft.

27 Cost of Living Data, 1Q 2006 (ACCRA) Ham Co Indpls Composite Index – 96.5 93.3 Groceries – 101.7 96.0 Housing – 90.6 92.7 Utilities – 97.7 93.8 Transportation – 96.1 99.5 Health Care – 94.3 96.0 Misc. Goods/Srvs – 99.3 90.6


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