Hancock County Resources

 

Hancock County, Indiana...Growing Fast!

 

Hancock County is a county located in Indiana just east of Indianapolis. As of 2010, the population was 70,002. The county seat is Greenfield. Hancock County is included in the Indianapolis-Carmel-Anderson, IN Metropolitan Statistical Area.

 

Towns - 
There are five main towns in the Mt. Vernon Community School Corporation boundaries.  They consist of:
 

Fortville - Fortville is a town in Vernon Township, Hancock County. The population was 3,929 at the 2010 census.

McCordsville - McCordsville is a town in Vernon Township, Hancock County. The population was 4,797 at the 2010 census. 

Mt. Comfort - Mount Comfort is an unincorporated community in Buck Creek Township, Hancock County.

Mohawk - Mohawk is an unincorporated community in Buck Creek Township, Hancock County. 

Cumberland - Part of Cumberland is located in the southwest corner of the Mt. Vernon District.

 

HCCF - 
The Hancock County Community Foundation is a nonprofit, public charity that promotes local philanthropy, convenes community initiatives, and supports nonprofit organizations.

 

HCVB - 
The Hancock County Visitors Bureau promotes the cultural, historical, artistic and commercial amenities of Hancock County to increase tourism and visitation.

 

Libraries - 
There are two public libraries in Hancock County, which includes the Fortville Public Library, and also the Hancock County Library located in Greenfield.

 

Mt. Vernon Optimist - 

Mt. Vernon Optimist offers recreational sports, academic scholarships and oratorical/written essay contests to the Mt. Vernon Community School Corporation students.  www.mvoptimist.com