Huntington County

Location - Workforce - Value are Huntington County's strengths.
 
Huntington County is named in recognition of Samuel Huntington of Connecticut, a signer of the Declaration of Independence and president of the Continental Congress under the Articles of Confederation.  

Huntington County's geographic location has always made it a key logistics location whether for the Native American Miami Nation or for steel fabricators for today's automotive industry. Located in the Fort Wayne, Indiana Metropolitan Statistical Area, Huntington County's transportation needs are served by I-69, 4-lane U.S. 24, Norfolk-Southern Railroad, Huntington Municipal Airport (5001-foot runway) and Fort Wayne International Airport
 
Contact Information: 

Tom Wall
President
Huntington County Commissioners
Huntington County Courthouse
201 N. Jefferson St., Room 103
Huntington, IN  46750
260-358-4822
 
Mandy Woods
Director of Community Planning
Office of Community Development
Huntington County Courthouse
201 N. Jefferson St., Room 204
Huntington, IN  46750
260-358-4837