Other cities in the 765 area code include: West Lafayette, Richmond, Marion, New Castle, Frankfort, Crawfordsville, Lebanon, Connersville, Martinsville, Peru, Yorktown, Greencastle, Elwood, Rushville, Hartford City, Tipton, Alexandria, Winchester, Clinton, Pendleton, Upland, Union City, Attica, Delphi, Fairmount, Middletown, Centerville, Rockville, Brookville, Covington, Greentown, Dunkirk, Fowler, Veedersburg, Lapel, Bringhurst, Knightstown, Albany, Cloverdale, Liberty, Cambridge City, Frankton, Eaton, Montpelier, Hagerstown, Thorntown, Battle Ground, Rossville, Redkey, Brookston, Mulberry, Farmland, Converse, Morristown, Ladoga, Cayuga, Oxford, Russiaville, Lynn, Waynetown, Swayzee, Windfall, Montezuma, Summitville, Kirklin, Van Buren, West Lebanon, Roachdale, Atlanta, Spiceland, Fountain City, Gaston, Sharpsville, Milroy, Colfax, Darlington, Westpoint, Carthage, Linden, Boswell, La Fontaine, Paragon, Waldron, Hillsboro, Clarks Hill, Fillmore, Dana, Coatesville, Laurel, Bunker Hill, Kingman, Ridgeville, Roann, Michigantown, Denver, Markleville, Wilkinson, Greens Fork, Arlington, New Ross, Kempton, Russellville, Amboy, Waveland, Marshall, Glenwood, Bloomingdale, Mooreland, Straughn, Losantville, Wingate, Manilla, Modoc, Springport, Cutler, Jamestown, Lewisville, Otterbein, Quincy, Reelsville, Romney, Rosedale, Shirley, Twelve Mile, and West College Corner.
Indianapolis, is the capital and largest city of the U.S. state of Indiana and the seat of Marion County. It is in the East North Central region of the Midwestern United States. With an estimated population of 853,173 in 2015, Indianapolis is the second most populous city in the Midwest, after Chicago, and 14th largest in the U.S. The city is the economic and cultural center of the Indianapolis metropolitan area, home to 2 million people, the 34th most populous metropolitan statistical area in the U.S. Its combined statistical area ranks 26th, with 2.4 million inhabitants. Indianapolis covers 372 square miles (960 square kilometres), making it the 16th largest city by land area in the U.S.Founded in 1821 as a planned city for the new seat of the government of Indiana, Indianapolis was platted by Alexander Ralston and Elias Pym Fordham on a 1-square-mile (2.6 km 2) grid adjacent to the White River. The city grew beyond the Mile Square, as completion of the National Road and advent of the railroad solidified the city's position as a manufacturing and transportation hub. Indianapolis is within a single-day drive of 70 percent of the nation's population, lending to its nickname as the " Crossroads of America ". Anchoring the 26th largest economic region in the U.S., the city's economy is based primarily on business services, transportation and logistics, education, financial services, hospitality and tourism, and distribution services. Indianapolis has developed niche markets in amateur sports and auto racing. The city is perhaps best known for annually hosting the world's largest single-day sporting event, the Indianapolis 500. The city's philanthropic community, led by the Lilly Endowment, has been instrumental in the development of its cultural institutions, including The Children's Museum of Indianapolis, Indianapolis Zoo, and Indiana Landmarks. The city is notable as headquarters for the American Legion and home to a significant collection of monuments dedicated to veterans and war dead, the most in the U.S. outside of Washington, D.C. Since the 1970 city-county consolidation, known as Unigov, local government administration has operated under the direction of an elected 25-member city-county council, headed by the mayor. Indianapolis is considered a "high sufficiency" global city.
Lafayette is a city in and the county seat of Tippecanoe County, Indiana, United States, located 63 miles (101 km) northwest of Indianapolis and 105 miles (169 km) southeast of Chicago. West Lafayette, on the other side of the Wabash River, is home to Purdue University, which contributes significantly to both communities. Together, Lafayette and West Lafayette form the core of the Lafayette, Indiana Metropolitan Statistical Area. According to the 2010 United States Census, the population of Lafayette was 67,140, roughly a 19% increase from 56,397 in 2000. Meanwhile, the 2010 U.S. Census pegged the year-round (excluding Purdue University students) population of West Lafayette at 29,596 and a Tippecanoe County population of 172,780.
Muncie / ˈ m ʌ n s i / is an incorporated city and the seat of Delaware County, Indiana. It is located in East Central Indiana, about 50 miles (80 km) northeast of Indianapolis. The United States Census for 2010 reported the city's population was 70,085. It is the principal city of the Muncie metropolitan statistical area, which has a population of 117,671. The Lenape (Delaware) people, who arrived in the area in the 1790s, founded several small villages, including one known as Munsee Town, along the White River. The small trading post, renamed Muncietown, was selected as the Delaware County seat and platted in 1827. Its name was officially shortened to Muncie in 1845 and incorporated as a city in 1865. Muncie developed as a manufacturing and industrial center, especially after the Indiana gas boom of the 1880s. It is home to Ball State University. As a result of the Middletown studies, sociological research that was first conducted in the 1920s, Muncie is said to be one of the most studied United States cities of its size.
The 765 area code lies within the Eastern Daylight Time Zone (or EDT). The current time in Eastern Daylight Time is 2:28 AM on Apr 19, 2021.