About Terre Haute
Located on the banks of the Wabash River on Indiana's western border, Terre Haute has a rich and storied history as the capital city of The Wabash Valley.
A regional hub for commerce, healthcare, industry & education, Terre Haute was once known as The Crossroads of America for its location at the intersection of the National Road and the north-south Dixie Bee Line.
Vigo County is home to five higher education institutions: Indiana State University, Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College, Ivy Tech Community College and Harrison College.
Terre Haute — TERR-ə HOHT
Vigo — VEE-goh
Terre Haute: 60,852
Vigo County: 107,848
Metropolitan Statistical Area:
812 & 930
Eastern Standard (GMT/UTC-5 hr)
Eastern Daylight Saving (GMT/UTC-4 hr)
Mean Travel Time to Work:
Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
H 38 42 54 66 76 85 88 87 81 68 55 42
L 19 23 33 42 53 62 66 64 55 43 34 24
ABOUT THE HAUTE INITIATIVE
The Haute Initiative Inc. celebrates, promotes & strengthens the Terre Haute/Vigo County community, showcasing our vibrant, dynamic hometown to the world. It's a great place in which to live, work, play & conduct business!
The Haute Initiative is supported by the generous contributions of the community partners listed below: