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Whitestown is located in Boone County, Indiana. It is presumed that the town was named after Albert Smith White, a United States Senator from Indiana, a United States Representative from Indiana and a United States District Judge of the United States District Court for the District of Indiana. The 2010 census reported that the population was exactly 2,867. The town is in close proximity to Interstate 65, and is about 22 miles away from Downtown Indianapolis, on the northwestern side.
Whitestown, IN, was established in 1851, during which time the railroad was extended to connect to this region. The Lafayette and Indianapolis Railroad line that passes through Whitestown was first established in the same year. It has been operated by several companies until 1976 when it was abandoned. In 2015, Whitestown started to refurbish parts of what was once a railroad line. Today, it is referred to as the Big 4 Heritage Trail, and once it is completed, it will enhance the accessibility of the town. Although within the town limits, there are no airports right now, the Boone County Airport is a public airport only 4.4 miles away. The Indianapolis Executive Airport is another nearby public airport, about 4.9 miles northeast of Whitestown. The closest commercial airport is the Indianapolis International Airport 25 miles south.
The two public school systems in the town are: Lebanon Community School Corporation and Zionsville Community Schools. Whitestown also houses Traders Point Christian Schools, which is a private K-12 school.
The Moontown Brewing Company is a must-visit location when driving through Whitestown Indiana. Their beers, brisket sandwiches, bbq and pretzels are worth a detour for.
We clean in Whitestown, Zionsville, Boone County, and the rest of Indianapolis.