• Photo: Seven deer graze in a field. Deer Archery Season Opens October 1st Did you know you can purchase your hunting license online?
  • Photo: Richmond High School Bell Tower. RHS Bell Tower One of the most recognizable symbols in the City!
  • Photo: We *HEART* Wayne County on against old barn boards. We Love Wayne County!

     

 

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Are You Registered?

No matter how strongly you feel about any candidate, you can't officially support him/her unless you are registered to vote! You have until October 5th to get registered to vote in the November 3rd election. It's easy, it's quick, and you don't even have to leave your house!

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#MaskUpHoosiers

There are many things for individuals and businesses to consider as Indiana begins to lift restrictions. Find Indiana's plan at backontrack.in.gov, including helpful guidelines for businesses. You can find additional resources in WayNet's Health section. Remember - it's STILL important to wash your hands!

Graphic: You Count! - U.S. Census 2020

Complete the Census!

It's critical for all Wayne County citizens to complete the 2020 U.S. Census! The census determines how billions in federal funding are allotted as well as how many seats Indiana gets in Congress. It's fast, it's easy and it's online at https://2020census.gov/.
Be counted!

Things To Do in Wayne County

Due to the unprecedented issues surrounding the COVID-19 response, many events have been canceled or postponed. Please contact the organization before venturing out.
Find the entire calendar of events under "Things To Do!"Month View

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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.