Welcome to Ligonier, located conveniently in Northeast Indiana. The second largest city in Noble County, Ligonier has a population of approximately 4500 residents.
You will find it is very easy to get here- five of the six longest highways in the US are within 20 miles of Ligonier; US6, US20, US30, I80, and I90.
Ligonier is blessed with splendid architecture, from the 1899 Colonial Revival home Jacob Straus built, to the 1901 Queen Anne built by Solomon Mier. Why not take the time for a walking tour of the most beautiful main street in the United States?
In 1952 a progressive industrial development board was established to bring industry to Ligonier. Currently, Ligonier has over 3500 manufacturing jobs. Ligonier industries produce plastic bottles, auto mufflers, auto glass, wheat flour, sample books, and much, much more.
The city has maintained a fine balance between industrial and environmental concerns with 58 acres of public lands contained in six city parks.
We trust that you will not regret your decision to move
here and welcome you to our town!