With a population of about 5,000, Lawrenceburg is a small, intimate community located in the southeastern corner of Indiana. It sits along the Ohio River, about 30 minutes from Cincinnati. We enjoy all four seasons with opportunities to ski in the winter and participate in water activities in the summer. A favorable climate allows us to get outside year-round.
Get to know our community a little better. We’ve listed some must-see attractions and local resources for you.
The Lawrenceburg Schools Endowment Corporation is administered by the Dearborn Community Foundation. The endowment corporation meets every third Thursday of the month in the school corporation Central Office board room at 4:15 p.m.
For your convenience, you may download and view the Lawrenceburg Schools Endowment Corporation 2018 Annual Report.
President - appointed by the City of Lawrenceburg
Vice President - appointed by Circuit Court Judge
Treasurer - appointed by the school corporation
Member - appointed by the school corporation
Member - appointed by the City of Lawrenceburg
The Dearborn Trail: The Dearborn Trail has a paved path that includes hiking, biking, walking, and skating trails in a scenic, beautiful setting through the communities of Greendale, Lawrenceburg, and Aurora.
Perfect North Slopes: In the winter, enjoy snow tubing, skiing, a jam session terrain park, and more. In the summer, visitors can compete in mud runs, challenge themselves on obstacle courses, or just simply hike and hang out. It’s a year-round adventure!
Lawrenceburg Event Center/Hollywood Casino: Special events like Boogie Nights, Rodeo Drive, and Las Vegas-style tables make Hollywood Casino a playground for adults. It is also a hot-spot for entertainment with concerts from a wide range of musical artists.
Lawrenceburg Speedway: The Lawrenceburg Speedway is located in the back portion of the fairgrounds. The speedway attracts thousands of visitors during racing season, which usually runs from April through October.