Adams County

Learn more about Adams County by contacting Trevor Hobbs, executive director of the Adams County Economic Development Corp.

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Living in Adams County is laidback, easygoing, and welcoming. Our hospitable nature is reflected not just in the way we do business; it’s a way of life in Northeast Indiana.

Adams County, which shares its eastern border with Ohio, is located just south of Allen County in Northeast Indiana. The county has four incorporated cities: Monroe, Berne, Geneva, and the county seat of Decatur. Four Indiana state roads, three U.S. Routes, and one railroad line traverse the county. With a large list of major employers in the food-processing industry, including Red Gold Products and Bunge North America, Adams County’s main industry supports the food-processing value chain with diverse agribusiness and food-ingredient companies. 

Berne

A stroll around the friendly Swiss communities of Berne and Geneva provides a glimpse of our generous and good-natured residents. Nestled near the headwaters of the Wabash River, these two communities are sure to give people a big-hearted welcome as they observe the many horse-drawn Amish buggies and authentic Swiss architecture. 

Decatur

The county seat, Decatur, is a picturesque, historic city full of friendly Hoosier people. The pleasant mixture of newer homes, well-maintained older homes, tree-lined streets, and gardens reflects pride of ownership and a sense of community. The natural beauty of the St. Marys River is part of what makes Decatur a great place to live, work, and raise a family. A city of rich heritage, Decatur was the birthplace and boyhood home of David Smith, widely heralded as the greatest American sculptor of the 20th century. Decatur is also the hometown of preeminent American sculptor Ralph Hurst. Two of his works are featured in the town’s popular Sculpture Tour.

Geneva

In the southernmost part of the county, Geneva was the home of one of Indiana’s most famous female authors, Gene (Geneva) Stratton-Porter. Her historic home, the Limberlost Cabin, is now an Indiana State Historic Site and is open to the public.

Laidback, easygoing and welcoming—Adams County

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Learn more about Adams County by visiting the Adams County Economic Development Corporation’s website or the visitors bureau website.

Collaboratively, our counties work together to support our region’s target industries and regional initiatives. Want to join our collaborative community? Call us today and let’s talk about how your business can benefit from our collaboration.

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