Other links to help you with your...
- IN.gov - The official website for the state. Information about teaching licenses, road construction maps, BMV Rapid Renewal, and county statistical profiles.
- Indiana Code - Search the Indiana Code and pending legislation. You may search by code number or click on "search" to do a keyword text search. Check here for building code information.
- Indiana Court Forms - PDF and Word copies of common legal forms like DIVORCE, NAME CHANGE, and CHILD CUSTODY MODIFICATION.
- Indiana Department of Education - Connect to schools all over Indiana, find education statistics, including ISTEP scores by school or corporation.
- Indiana General Assembly - Search for full-text of bills, find pending legislation and search the Indiana Code.
- Indiana Sex and Violent Offender Registry - A searchable version of the Indiana Sex and Violent Offenders Registry provided by The Indiana Criminal Justice Institute.
- STATS Indiana - Census information for Indiana, with maps and graphs.
- Indiana Historical Society - Find press releases, order IHS publications or just browse through the current edition of Traces magazine. Also gives the answer to the often asked question: What is a Hoosier .
- Indiana Memory - Access to primary sources about Indiana's history and people that are found in digitized books, manuscripts, photographs, newspapers, maps, audio, video, and other resources.
- Indiana State Library - Access the Inspire database, discover the newspaper holdings by county, or try the cemetery index.
- VINE (Vital Information Exchange) - Indiana-related local history and vital records from Indiana's public libraries, historical societies, genealogy societies, and related agencies.
Local News and Arts
- Imagination Station
- Wolf Park - Located in nearby Battleground, Wolf Park is home to several packs of gray wolves, foxes, bison and a coyote. The park is dedicated to education, research, and conservation. Check out the Wolf Howl night!
Local Sports and Recreation
Please be aware that in regards to some of the following community aid services, such as homeless shelters and food pantries, there are restrictions on who may receive benefits. The following list is meant only to get you started. If you need help and are unsure of where to find it, you may want to try the Lafayette Crisis Center's First Call/2-1-1 service which offers information and referrals to local human support services.
Family and Youth
Food & Clothing