COLUMBUS, INDIANA

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"An Indiana town where big names are built"

-the new york times

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COMMUNITY RELOCATION PACKAGE

Thinking of relocating to the Columbus area? Let us help you.  

We can provide you with area maps, phone books, housing guides, brochures, or a list of area realtors.Need answers or relocation information? Contact a Chamber of Commerce staff member.

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City of Columbus

The City of Columbus website provides a wealth of information about city services, public transportation, parks and recreation, city utilities.  Here you watch a video of a recent public meeting or sign up for the city's newsletter to keep you up-to-date on city government news. 

Columbus Young Professionals

Columbus Young Professionals is an organization dedicated to helping young professionals navigate life, work and community.  This dynamic group hosts monthly professional development seminars, networking events and community projects. 

Columbus Visitors Center

Discover why visitors from all over the world come to visit this town of 44,000 people.  The city's outstanding modern architecture and public art are truly world-class.  But that's just the tip of the iceberg, learn about the restaurants, events and attractions that make this city so vibrant. 

Columbus Economic Development Board

Learn about the city's economic development strategy.  The Economic Development Board's website is chocked full of data on key employers, employment statistics, cost of living and average salaries.

Engage Columbus

Engage Columbus is a place where community members can connect with information, resources, opportunities and other people. Whether you are new to Columbus, you have lived her a while and want to be more connected or you are interested in making Columbus a more welcoming place, you are welcome here. 

CAMEO

 Columbus Area Multi-Ethnic Association is comprised of nine area ethnic associations that have joined together to share their cultures and traditions with each other and with the Columbus area community. Leaders from the founding associations have structured CAMEO to be the point of access for information and programming that recognizes and celebrates the changing face of our community.