Carmel is one of the fastest growing cities in Indiana. Located just north of Indianapolis in Hamilton County, Carmel is a dynamic edge city with award-winning schools, thriving businesses and family-oriented neighborhoods. The city is committed to preserving its vitality through controlled expansion and prudent planning.
The City of Carmel has been recognized with numerous awards and ratings for its programs and services.
- Carmel voted #1 in American’s Best Places to Live by Money Magazine (2012)
- Town & Country Magazine named Carmel, IN ”Best Place to Live in America”
- Carmel Utilities received water quality awards from the Indiana Department of Health.
- City’s annual Arbor Day program won International Society of Arborculture’s highest award – the Gold Leaf Award
- The Keystone Parkway project received an Engineering Excellence Award from the American Council of Engineering Excellence.
- The U.S. Conference of Mayors awarded the “Climate Protection Award” to Carmel for its roundabout program and other environmental initiatives.
- The League of American Bicyclists designated Carmel a Bicycle Friendly Community at the bronze level — an award presented to communities with remarkable commitments to bicycling.
Located in Hamilton County, Carmel offers amenities such as beautiful golf courses, parks and trails, tourist and historical interests as well as a great array of shopping and a wide variety of business. Additionally, with the overall positive quality of life that is offered, Carmel benefits from possessing the feel and charm of a small town all while offering qualities found in larger cities.
Steeped in some of the most pristine natural beauty, the Jackson’s Grant experience is designed around glorifying this bucolic gem of a setting. A step outdoors and you’ve access to a system of walking trails that interconnects all of the neighborhoods and meanders through gorgeous Williams Creek Nature Preserve and Flat Woods Arboretum. You will find nature on display at every turn, woven into the community lifestyle with natural common areas and amenities like the observations posts and rest stations overlooking native tree stands and Williams Creek. Plots and places for you to find solace and to savor:
- Williams Creek Nature Preserve
- Flatwoods Arboretum, 13 acres of native Indiana hardwood trees with trails and nature observation areas
- Community Gardens, a lush and verdant strolling paradise
- Natural rain gardens promoting native fauna and flora
- 3 outdoor swimming pools: main, wading and lap pool
- Tennis court
- Fire pit
- Play fields
- 116th Street at Springmill Road
- Call 317.506.3568 with questions and for information on available lots