The city of Kendallville is located in eastern Noble County, along U.S. 6, and west of Interstate 69 in northeast Indiana. In 2014 there were 9,847 people residing in the city and nearly one thousand more people living around nearby lakes and golf courses outside the city limits. The Labor Force was at 4,890. There were 3,970 households out of which 26.7% had children under age of 18. The Median Family Income was $48,065 and the median age in the city was 36.
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Kendallville is in the Heartland of America, conveniently located in northeast Indiana 11 miles from interstate 69, and half an hour from the Indiana Toll Road. Located at the crossroads of State Road 3 and U.S. 6, travel is easy across the state and region. The city is within a 3 to 4 hour drive from many major U.S. cities, including Chicago, Detroit, Indianapolis and Cincinnati. The Norfolk Southern rail line runs through Kendallville and is utilized by local manufacturers for freight transportation.
We are a friendly and welcoming community with an easy-going, hospitable spirit and down-to-earth charm. Our tenacious and strong workforce includes creative problem solvers with a passion to see progress fulfilled while keeping strong family values. For more statistical information on Kendallville or to learn about business investment incentives here, please fill out our contact form, call us at 260-347-1554, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.