• Spring Comes to Friends Fellowship Spring Comes to Friends Fellowship
  • Landmark Building Completed in 1969 Landmark Building Completed in 1969 The Richmond Municipal Building is an easily recognized landmark in the city.
  • Name That Waterway! Name That Waterway! Can you name the waterway that joins the Whitewater River at this point? Check the GIS!

     

 

Photo: Richmond, IN Municipal Building in spring 2018.

What's Happening?

Good citizens should stay abreast of what's happening in their community. The City of Richmond now has all board and commission meetings listed on the City Calendar. Watch or stream City of Richmond, Wayne County and others on WGTV, Channel 11.

Photo: Levi & Catharine Coffin Historic Site along U.S. 27 in Fountain City, Indiana.

Fun and Games

Test your Wayne County and Indiana knowledge with our trivia pop quiz! How long has IUE been in Richmond? Who was Glen Miller Park named for? Indiana's highest point is near what community? Test yourself on this quiz found under "Things To Do"!

Photo: Model T-s parade down North 10th Street in Richmond, Indiana.

Know Your Community

Get to know more about your community by taking one of these self-guided tours. No matter if your interests revolve around history, art, fossils, or even fairies or chocolate, there is a tour just for you! You can even take a virtual tour of the Indiana Statehouse!

What's Happening in Wayne County?

Explore WayNet's Calendar

Event Calendar: March 15 - 17, 2019Have you taken time to "play" with our new calendar? Did you know you can sort it by categories, tags, venues or organizers? That means you can find events for children, events held at the Richmond Senior Center, or only events that are FREE!

Find the entire calendar of events under "Things To Do!" Here are the events that are tagged featured.

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Did You Know?

Oliver P. Morton, who served as the 14th Governor of Indiana during the American Civil War, was a Wayne County native. His family home still stands along the National Road on the west side of Centerville.