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At a mere distance of five miles to the west of Indianapolis and only a few minutes away from the Indianapolis International Airport is the Town of Avon. It is in Hendricks County and was incorporated in 1995. The Town’s distinguishing factor and achievement is being hailed as the first Tree City USA Community in Hendricks County. It is a testament to their commitment to the preservation of the natural environment. They have a Smoke Free Ordinance giving all residents a healthy environment for living.
Another thing the Town is popular for, all over the country, is its rich musical tradition. The Avon Community School Corporation is the Town’s public school system, and the Avon Oriole is their mascot. They offer high-quality education, recreational activities, and there is a vibrant culture for students to learn in. It would be unfair not to mention the Avon High School marching band, which has received national accolades. The popularity of the band is well-deserved as they were ranked as the number one marching band in the state of Indiana by the Indiana State School Music Association. The winning streak continued for seven years before they came second in 2008 but picked right back up in 2009 as number 1. In addition, they were the first school to take center stage at Bands of America Grand Nationals.
Avon High School is one of the three schools in Indiana that have held a 3-years winning streak. The Town is not just a fertile ground for students with a state high school championship in soccer, and track and field. It is also home to Hendricks Symphony and Choir for music enthusiasts. Finally, if you are looking for adventure, you can also visit the infamous Haunted Bridge over the White Lick Creek. There are notable businesses such as American Fasteners and Phoenix Fabricators, while major retailers and local establishments make it a viable option to live in. In addition, for thriving and engaged community life, it has five golf courses and 30 parks near the town center.
Avon Town Hall Park: Expanding over 82.5 acres, it is home to the Angel of Hope statue honoring the memories of children that have passed away and the Military and Public Safety Memorial. It also includes a walking trail, ponds where you can fish, a large lake, playgrounds, natural walking paths, and a golf course.
Washington Township Park: Two major festivals are held in this park; the Avon Community Heritage Festival and the Hendricks County Rib Fest. In addition, it has a band concert shell, a meeting pavilion, bike trails, playgrounds, basketball courts, and a fishing pond.
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