Morgan County is home to a wonderful system of parks. From Morgan County’s Parks & Recreation‘s own Historic Old Town Waverly Park and Burkhart Creek Park to Martinsville’s Jimmy Nash Park or Mooresville’s Pioneer Park. Morgan County is home to a beautiful system of parks that improve the quality of life for those who live and visit Morgan County.
Rooted in agriculture and strong in manufacturing and healthcare, Morgan County offers quick transportation options for products and people via a network of Central Indiana interstates, short line to Class I rail systems, and the Indianapolis International Airport with the world’s second largest FedEx air hub. Our safe and friendly communities, along with the lowest property taxes in the region, make Morgan County a wonderful location for your home or business.
The County prosecutor is the chief legal representative for the prosecution in Morgan County. The office is open weekdays from 8 am to noon and from 1 to 4 p.m. You can call the office at (765)-342-1050 or visit the prosecutor’s website.
The Morgan County Highway Department is responsible for more than 700 miles of roads throughout the County. Call (317)831-7989 if you encounter a problem involving one of our county roads. Learn more by going directly to our Highway Department.
The Morgan County Jail is responsible for the safety and security of more than 380 adult offenders inside our correctional facility. The Morgan County Jail currently operates 1 adult jail and 1 adult work release center. For more information visit our Morgan County Jail website.
The Morgan County Sheriff’s Department does a lot more than crime prevention. From natural disasters to emergencies, accidents, or a community crisis, the Sheriff’s department has the capabilities to get there fast and take immediate action. Visit our Sheriff Department’s website today.
The county surveyor maintains a legal survey record book for all legal surveys within Morgan county. The county surveyor maintains annexation descriptions and dis-annexation descriptions for each city and town, must keep and maintain a corner record book showing original government section corners, and maintains annexation descriptions and dis-annexation descriptions for each city and town. Learn more at the Morgan County Surveyor’s website.
Welcome to Morgan County, where you’ll find a friendly, laid-back lifestyle amid charming small towns, beautiful scenic vistas and winding rivers. We invite you to discover a place where artistic creations live side by side with family farms. Experience the great outdoors with a kayak ride down the river or an afternoon spent on forest trail. Learn more at www.visitmorgancountyin.com