Indianapolis (Indiana)

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Coordinates 39°46′07″N 86°09′29″W
Country United States
State Indiana
County Marion
Townships Center, Decatur, Franklin, Lawrence, Perry, Pike, Warren, Washington, Wayne
Founded January 6, 1821
Incorporated (town) September 3, 1832
Incorporated (city) March 30, 1847
City-county consolidation January 1, 1970
Elevation 718 ft (219 m)
Demonym(s) Indianapolitan
Time zone UTC−5 (EST)
ZIP Codes 61 total ZIP codes: 46201–46209, 46211, 46214, 46216–46231, 46234–46237, 46239–46242, 46244, 46247, 46249–46251, 46253–46256, 46259–46260, 46266, 46268, 46274–46275, 46277–46278, 46280, 46282–46283, 46285, 46290–46291, 46295–46296, 46298
Area code(s) 317 and 463
FIPS code 18-36003
GNIS feature ID 2395423
Government (Type) Strong mayor–council
Government (Body) Indianapolis City-County Council
Government (Mayor) Joe Hogsett (D)
Government (State capital and consolidated city-county) 367.93 sq mi (952.95 km2)
Government (Land) 361.64 sq mi (936.64 km2)
Government (Water) 6.29 sq mi (16.30 km2)
Area (State capital and consolidated city-county) 367.93 sq mi (952.95 km2)
Area (Land) 361.64 sq mi (936.64 km2)
Area (Water) 6.29 sq mi (16.30 km2)
Population (2020) (State capital and consolidated city-county) 887,642
Population (2020) (Rank) 15th in the United States 1st in Indiana
Population (2020) (Density) 2,454.50/sq mi (947.69/km2)
Population (2020) (Metro) 2,111,040 (33rd)

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Indianapolis, Indiana is a city that is rich in history, culture, and sports. Located in the heart of the Midwest, Indianapolis has a population of over 876,000 residents and is the state capital of Indiana. The city is known for its strong economy, world-class cultural attractions, and its famous race, the Indianapolis 500. One of the most important events in Indianapolis' history was the founding of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway in 1909. Today, the speedway is one of the most famous motorsports venues in the world and is home to the Indianapolis 500, the world's largest single-day sporting event. The race attracts hundreds of thousands of visitors every year and has been held every year since 1911. Indianapolis is also known for its cultural attractions, including the Indianapolis Museum of Art, the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, and the Indiana Repertory Theatre. The city is home to several historic neighborhoods, including the Lockerbie Square Historic District and the Old Northside Historic District. These neighborhoods offer a glimpse into the city's rich history and architecture, and they are popular tourist destinations. The city's economy is strong and diverse, with a mix of industries including finance, insurance, technology, and healthcare. Major companies with headquarters in Indianapolis include Eli Lilly and Company, Anthem, and Roche Diagnostics. The city also has a thriving start-up scene, with many new businesses and entrepreneurs flocking to the city to take advantage of its strong economic opportunities. In terms of transportation, Indianapolis is well-connected, with a major transportation hub that includes several major highways and the Indianapolis International Airport. The city also has a public transportation system, IndyGo, which provides residents and visitors with convenient access to the city's many attractions and business districts. In conclusion, Indianapolis, Indiana is a city that has a rich history, a thriving cultural scene, and a strong economy. It is a city that continues to grow and evolve, and it is a place that is proud of its heritage and its future. Whether you are looking for a world-class sporting event, cultural experiences, or just a great place to call home, Indianapolis has something for everyone.

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