It’s hard to imagine a small community of less than 20,000 residents discussing rush hour traffic. However, when you have almost 40 industries employing approximately 9,000 people, you can understand why this is a popular topic.

Marion County has been fortunate to have residential development track with our economic development explosion. We have homes ranging from 1,200 to 5,000 square feet of living space, from moderately priced housing to gated ranches, in a variety of neighborhood and rural settings.

You will find each house, in each neighborhood, as unique and charming as our heritage, residents, and community. Our housing is easily accessible to schools, shopping, restaurants, recreational amenities, and employment.

The quality of life in Marion County is among the best in rural American towns. With available jobs, affordable homes, award winning schools, safe streets, and a clean and vibrant downtown, Marion County is the home of hospitality.