About Valparaiso, IN From the Web…
“The State of Indiana was known as Indian territory because it was a rendezvous point for many Indian tribes. The first pioneers ventured through this area about 1670. The first settler in the area was a French-Canadian named Joseph Bailley, who in 1822 established a thriving fur post on the shore of Lake Michigan about 12 miles north of now Valparaiso. The site of the present City of Valparaiso was included in purchase of the land from the Potawatomi Indians by the U.S. government in October of 1832.”
“Valparaiso is the county seat of Porter County, Indiana, United States. The population was 31,730 at the 2010 census, making it the second-largest city in the county.”
We serve the following cities:
Valparaiso, Portage, Chesterton, Hobart, Lake Station, Merrillville, Crown Point, Gary, Michigan City, Griffith, Schererville, Cedar Lake, Saint John, East Chicago, Dyer, and Hammond.
We serve the following counties:
Porter, Lake, Jasper, Starke, and La Porte.