Wayne, Huntertown, Leo, Grabill, Woodburn, and New Haven
Huntertown, Leo, Grabill,
Woodburn, and New Haven are all towns in Allen County, while Fort Wayne is the
second largest city in Indiana. Fort Wayne is located in the northeastern part
of Indiana; it is also the seat of power in Allen County. The population of the
city is about 264,488 people. The city is on number 76 in the list of most
populous cities in the US. It serves as the central city for an area that
comprises of Allen County, Wells County, and Whitley county with other small
counties like Noble, DeKalb, Steuben Huntington, and Adams.
Huntertown has a
population of 4,180 residents according to 2010 census. The last census report
regarded Huntertown as one of the fastest growing regions in the Northeastern
part of Indiana.
Leo-Cedarville, once two
separate villages named Cedarville and Leo, was established in 1996 by incorporation
of the two villages. Leo-Cedarville, Indiana is a Cedar Creek Town of Allen
County in the United States. The incorporation was done to prevent Fort Wayne,
a nearby city from annexing the two towns.
Grabill is also in Cedar
Creek Township and has a population of 1,053 people as at 2010 census. The town
is one popular for the Amish Farms and Antique Stores that are located there.
Woodburn has a population
of 1579 residents according to the census of 2000 after Cannelton. The census
report also established Woodburn as the second smallest city in the state of
Indiana. The population further reduced to 1,520 thereby relegating it to the
smallest city in the entire state.
Located in Adams,
Jefferson and St. Joseph townships of Allen County New Haven is adjacent to
Fort Wayne city with a population of about 15,709 residents (by 2015 estimate).
If you travelling or
relocating to the neighborhoods of Fort Wayne, Huntertown, Leo, Grabill,
Woodburn, or New Haven, make sure you visit some of these places. The city of
Fort Wayne is very notable for its superb network of highways and gardens which
linked three rivers and several neighbors together. Fort Wayne has one of the top
zoos, famous practical science center, theatre, Indiana University–Purdue
University Fort Wayne, and an attractive botanical greenhouse in the whole of
Indiana State. Other locations of note are Fort Wayne Museum of Art, Fort Wayne
Firefighters' Museum, the Parkview Field, The History Center, Old Fort Wayne,
The Embassy Theatre, Lakeside Park & Rose Garden, Science Central, and
Eagle Marsh Nature Preserve.
Other places include:
• Fort Wayne Philharmonic
• African/African-American Historical Museum
• Castle Gallery
• Mad Anthony Brewing Company
• Foellinger Theatre
• DeBrand Fine Chocolates
• Native Trees of Indiana River Walk
• Fort Wayne Dance Collective
• Rivergreenway Trail
• Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception
• Headwaters Park
• Fort Wayne Aviation Museum
• Allen County War Memorial Coliseum
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