Zionsville (zip 46077), IN

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Zionsville (zip 46077), IN

About Zionsville (zip 46077), IN

Living in 46077 Zionsville, IN is an amazing experience. It's a small town with a population of just under 15,000, but it has so much to offer both residents and visitors alike. It has a historic downtown area full of shops, restaurants, and attractions that the whole family can enjoy. The parks are beautiful and serene, perfect for picnics or leisurely strolls on nice days. There is also a vibrant arts scene with plenty of galleries to explore and live performances to attend. And there is always something fun happening in the town’s community center as well! All in all, 46077 Zionsville is an idyllic place to live thanks to its rich culture and friendly atmosphere. Capital city - Geographic center of Indiana.

Zip Codes: Zionsville (zip 46077)
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Time zone: Eastern Standard Time (EST)
Elevation: 808 ft above sea level

Indianapolis, once a poster child for blighted Midwestern old-economy cities, is now a showcase for publicly coordinated and funded urban renewal. The city features a city/county “Unigov” government system, which has worked well for coordinated planning and public redevelopment efforts. Cost of living is very attractive for this type of city. The vastly renewed downtown core boasts attractive new buildings, pedestrian zones, and a state-of-the-art sports arena.

The area has a diverse industrial base of high-tech and agricultural industries, and serves as headquarters to pharmaceutical and research giant Eli Lilly and a strong presence of financial services, publishing, industrial automation and software. Spectator sports, including the NBA Pacers, NFL Colts and a few minor league franchises are a huge draw. The venerable Indianapolis Motor Speedway hosts the Indianapolis 500, the Brickyard 400, and other events. Pro and college sports- particularly basketball- get enormous attention. The NCAA Hall of Fame is located downtown, and the city hosts portions of the NCAA basketball tournament each year. “Indy” boasts a well-rounded arts and cultural scene and the educational opportunities of the nearby Indiana-Purdue joint campus and Butler University.

Access and transportation around the city are aided by a grid with radiating spokes and a circular beltway. Residential neighborhoods spread out in all directions, with the fashionable and attractive Carmel, Fishers and Noblesville towards the north. Sections immediately south are more commercial and industrial, while areas farther to the south contain recreational opportunities in the wooded and hilly town of Nashville and Brown County State Park.

In part because of Southwest Airlines, air service features some of the best discounts in the Midwest. Cost of living is very low. Some traffic problems have emerged on commute corridors particularly in the north, and the area has experienced some effects of the decline in the auto industry, Crime rates run a bit above average and air quality is somewhat worse. But these are minor issues; overall Indy is one of the brighter spots in today’s Midwest.

The climate is continental with warm, humid summers, but without a dry season and little extreme heat. Precipitation is evenly distributed throughout the year, and winters are cold and variable with intermittent rain and snow. Snowfalls of 3 inches or more occur on average of two to three times each winter. First freeze is mid- to late October, last is late April.

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Zionsville Cost of Living

Revitalized downtown, sports and recreation, and strong buying power make Zionsville a great place to live.

+37.7% higher than avg
+52.7% higher than avg
$1,350 /mo
Monthly rent (2br)
+15.0% higher than avg
Zionsville Crime
9.5 / 100
Crime is ranked on a scale of 1 (low) to 100 (high). US average: 35.4
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Pros & Cons of Zionsville
   Revitalized downtown
Growth and sprawl
   Sports and recreation
Crime rates
   Strong buying power
Air quality
Cost of Living