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Community Plan 2025

It’s a new day in Terre Haute – Vigo County, where citizens, youth, community and government leaders are coming together at one of the community’s biggest turning points in its history. Terre Haute – Vigo County is a destination that is dedicated to serving the community, diverse resources and future visitors. Through the community’s number one resource, the people, Terre Haute – Vigo County strives for growth in all sectors. This plan addresses opportunities aimed at becoming a more diverse community through the increase of population and per capita income.

The See You In Terre Haute 2025 Community Plan, aligns the public and private sectors in order to address the hardships of the community through resource alignment, new programs and strategic funding sources, all while advancing Terre Haute – Vigo County’s growth opportunities around tourism and business development. The additional tax base created through tourism and business development directly impacts the community’s ability to advance timely quality of life initiatives important for retention and attraction of population and jobs growth.

Terre Haute – Vigo County is where growth happens, where families are formed, where schools are top notch, where outdoor recreation thrives and where entrepreneurship evolves. Terre Haute – Vigo County is home.

See You In Terre Haute !

Community Feedback

One of the first priorities of the plan is to identify existing community resources which are already working towards action items identified.

If you would like to have an additional resource listed in the plan or provide more information regarding its work and relevancy, please use the feedback form.

Task Force Dashboard Metrics

Marking one year since announcing the “See You in Terre Haute 2025 Community Plan” the Terre Haute Chamber of Commerce and Community Plan co-chairs released information on the plan’s accomplishments, progress and future goals. Measuring metrics and progress are Dashboards for each Task Force.

Pillar Co-Chairs

Based on months of research, areas of focus and corresponding priority action items have been determined. Within each of those “pillars” two community leaders; representing business and/or non-profit agencies will lead a task force to work towards accomplishing goals set for Terre Haute and Vigo County.

The Community Plan Pillars and Co-Chairs include:

Economic Development
Rick Burger, Duke Energy
Courtney Richey-Chipol, West Central Indiana Small Business Development Center

Health and Wellness
TJ Warren, Valley Professionals Health Community Health Centers
Caroline Mallory, Indiana State University

Richard Payonk, United Way of the Wabash Valley

Quality of Life
Lori Danielson, GOTime Leadership & Life Coaching
Roopam Harshawat, Harsha Behavioral Center

Talent Attraction/ Retention
Dottie King, Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College
LeaAnne Crooks, Ivy Tech Community College

David Templeton, Glas-Col
Susan Turner, Terre Haute Children’s Museum

Community Development
Melvin L. Burks, Hamilton Center
Brian Kooistra, Garmong Construction Services

Resource Development
Rob Coons, Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology
Rachel Leslie, RJL Solutions