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Aspire Economic Development + Chamber Alliance drives economic development and business success in Johnson County, Indiana and southern Indianapolis. We lead the area’s business community by leveraging community development opportunities and providing comprehensive member services for entrepreneurs, small businesses and large corporations.
// Johnson County Means Business
The future is bright for Johnson County. With a skilled workforce, shovel-ready infrastructure and exceptional quality of life, our communities are poised for growth.
Through our five-year economic development strategic plan, we’ve charted the course for Johnson County. We’ve developed a plan that incorporates the priorities of residents, workers and business owners. Our goals are lofty, but we know they are achievable with collaboration and innovation. Learn more about what we have planned for Johnson County and how you can help.
WHAT TO KNOW
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Economic Development News
The TCU Foundation has awarded a generous grant of $10,000 to enable Aspire to expand its existing programs and bridge the gap of work-based learning across a wider range of grade levels, including elementary, middle school and college students in Johnson County and Southern Indianapolis.
Johnson County Bicentennial
Founded in 1823
The Johnson County Museum of History and our communities are celebrating the 200th anniversary of our founding with special events and historical remembrances. You can find fascinating facts about our local history and learn more about what's happening on the official Facebook page.
Local Candidate Interviews
We invited all candidates in contested 2023 primary races for Bargersville Town Council, Franklin City Council, Greenwood City Council, Greenwood Mayor, Prince’s Lakes Town Council, Trafalgar Town Council and Whiteland Town Council to complete a brief survey.