Great Little Towns

While Mt. Vernon is, by far, the largest community in Jefferson County, we offer other cities and villages as well. Some of these communities boast direct access to interstate highways and many provide rail access. Below, you can find resources related for each of our Great Little Towns in Jefferson County.

Belle Rive

The Village of Belle Rive is located just 2.9 miles south of I-64 off Exit 89. It consists of 0.87 square miles. The following resources contain detailed demographic information for the Village:

Community Profile
Household Income Profile
Housing Profile

Bluford

The Village of Bluford is located just 4.3 miles north of I-64 off Exit 89. It consists of 1.458 square miles. Bridgewell Resources has a dedicated transloading facility adjacent to the Village, served by the Canadian National rail line. The Norfolk Southern rail line also goes through Bluford. The following resources contain detailed demographic information for the Village:

Community Profile
Household Income Profile
Housing Profile

Bonnie

The Village of Bonnie is located just 4.2 miles south of I-64 off Exit 80. It consists of 1.23 square miles. The Union Pacific Rail Line runs through Bonnie. The following resources contain detailed demographic information for the Village:

Community Profile
Household Income Profile
Housing Profile
Bonnie Community Website

Dix

The Village of Dix has direct access to I-57, hosting Exit 103. It is a community approximately 2.1 square miles in size. Dix has more than 600 acres in the Mt. Vernon – Jefferson County Enterprise Zone. Much of this available land is served directly by the Norfolk Southern Rail Line. The following resources contain detailed demographic information for the Village:

Community Profile
Household Income Profile
Housing Profile
Dix Community Website

Ina

The Village of Ina has direct access to I-57, hosting Exit 83. It is a community approximately 2.45 square miles in size. Just west of Ina is a popular boat launch access for Rend Lake, on Ken Gray Parkway leading to Rend Lake College. The Union Pacific Rail Line runs through Ina. The following resources contain detailed demographic information for the Village:

Community Profile
Household Income Profile
Housing Profile

Ina Community Website

Nason

Nason is the only other incorporated city in Jefferson County. It consists of 0.91 square miles of land. Nason is 9.5 4.2 miles south and west of I-64 off Exit 80. The following resources contain detailed demographic information for the City:

Community Profile
Household Income Profile
Housing Profile

Opdyke

Opdyke is a census-designated place within Jefferson County.  It is four miles south and west of Exit 89 serving I-64. The Evansville Western Rail Line runs through Opdyke. The following resources contain detailed demographic information for the community:

Community Profile
Household Income Profile
Housing Profile

Waltonville

The Village of Waltonville consists of 1.201 square miles of land. It is 9.83 miles south and west of Exit 94 serving I-57 and I-64. Both the BNSF and Union Pacific Rail Lines run through Waltonville. The following resources contain detailed demographic information for the community:

Community Profile
Household Income Profile
Housing Profile

Woodlawn

The Village of Woodlawn consists of 0.86 square miles of land. It is just 2.03 miles south of Exit 69 serving I-64. Both the BNSF and Evansville Western Rail Lines run through Woodlawn. The following resources contain detailed demographic information for the community:

Community Profile
Household Income Profile
Housing Profile