Whiteland, Indiana

Whiteland is a town in Pleasant, Franklin and Clark townships, Johnson County, Indiana, United States. Whiteland is located in north/central Johnson County approximately 19 miles (31 km) south of Indianapolis in Johnson County, which is one of the counties circling the capital city itself and therefore considered part of the Indianapolis metropolitan area.

Major access roads to get to Whiteland are I-65 (exit 95 is the Whiteland exit), south on U.S. 31 from Indianapolis and north from Columbus.

Whiteland, Indiana

Whiteland was formally incorporated as a town on May 3, 1886; however, the town was beginning to blossom as early as 1853. Three businesses formed the center of that early Whiteland; today, many times that number are located in the town. When the first plat was laid out in 1863, it consisted of 40 lots. Today, Whiteland has approximately 1,600 lots. In the 1900 Census, Whiteland was home to 334 people; as of 2010, the population is 4,169 fine residents. The town is continuing to grow & offer many new great opportunities to its citizens.

Formal education began when the first schoolhouse was built in 1869 and served as the town’s school until the 1950s. In 1957, a new high school was built. The Class of 1958 was the first class to graduate from the new Whiteland High School. In 1965, Clark High School and Whiteland High School united to form Clark-Pleasant Community School Corporation and what is now known as Whiteland Community High School.

The old Clark High School became Clark Elementary School and additional schools Break-O-Day Elementary School and Whiteland Elementary School were built between the 1960s and ’70s. In 1971 the Clark-Pleasant Middle school opened housing 6th, 7th and 8th grades.

That building is now used as the Math and Science building for the High School. Clark-Pleasant Intermediate School was added to the district as of 2004 but it is now known to be Grassy Creek Elementary. Pleasant Crossing Elementary School is the newest addition, completed in the winter of 2007. Then the Clark-Pleasant Middle School was finished in 2011 and is known as one of the largest middle schools in the state.

Business in Whiteland

Whether you want to call Whiteland home for your family or business, this is a community full of exciting new opportunities & happenings. We are continuously working to grow our business and residential districts to provide amenities for residents and incentives for businesses to ensure they thrive. Over the last two years, we have paved over 90% of the roads within our town limits by leveraging dollars with the Community Crossings grant program that the State established in 2016.

The Town of Whiteland has received a total of $1.69 million of state funding through this program. We have also been tirelessly collaborating with developers to grow our current divisions & to break ground on new ones. While all of these expansions continue to occur, we have also been expanding our police department & adding new parks for residents to enjoy in their free time.

Whiteland Schools

Formal education began when the first schoolhouse was built in 1869 and served as the town’s school until the 1950s. In 1957, a new high school was built. The Class of 1958 was the first class to graduate from the new Whiteland High School.

In 1965, Clark High School and Whiteland High School united to form Clark-Pleasant Community School Corporation and what is now known as Whiteland Community High School. The old Clark High School became Clark Elementary School and additional schools Break-O-Day Elementary School and Whiteland Elementary School were built between the 1960s and ’70s. In 1971 the Clark-Pleasant Middle school opened housing 6th, 7th and 8th grades. That building is now used as the Math and Science building for the High School. 

Clark-Pleasant Intermediate School was added to the district as of 2004 but it is now known to be Grassy Creek Elementary. Pleasant Crossing Elementary School, completed in the winter of 2007. Then the Clark-Pleasant Middle School was finished in 2011 and is known as one of the largest middle schools in the state. Ray Crowe Elementry opened in 2021 and is on the same Campus as Clark Pleasant Middle School and Grassy Creek Elementary School

Johnson County Cities

There are a number of towns in the county where Polaris Property Management is the responsible party for both residential and commercial leases.  Among those towns are Greenwood and Whiteland.

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