Warren County is located in West Central Indiana, between the Wabash River and the Illinois state line. We are one of the most rural counties in Indiana, and our farmland is among the state’s most productive. Warren County is not just agriculture – we are also home to manufacturing, education, health care, and government.
The beauty of Warren County is unsurpassed. We boast the highest free-falling waterfall in the state, located in downtown Williamsport. The Black Rock Barrens Nature Preserve is a rare siltstone glade area that supports a diversity of flora. Big Pine Creek is the county’s largest waterway, besides the Wabash River, and is designated by the Indiana Department of Natural Resources as a scenic canoe trail. Fall Creek Gorge Nature Preserve hosts potholes and cascades. We have historic churches, homes, and bridges.
Our residents are among the friendliest you will find anywhere. We invite you to visit us and experience glorious Warren County.
Warren County Commissioners and Council are seeking applicants for legal representation for 2019.
Due to our present Attorney retiring, we are seeking new representation. Please submit a letter of intent with references and any government/municipality experience to be considered by September 1 2018. Please send to Robin Weston-Hubner at the Warren County Auditor’s office or email firstname.lastname@example.org or call with questions 1-765-762-3275.