Hobart, Indiana
Hobart, Indiana

Hobart, Indiana

Hobart, the place in Lake County, Indiana, USA

geographical area, settlement, city, town or city, populated place

Location
the United States; Indiana; Lake County, IN; the Indiana 219 telephone code area; the continental United States;  …
Location of
Westfield Southlake; Pennsylvania Railroad Station; ZIP code 46342; U.S. Route 6 in Indiana; T's Too Pizza;  …
Telephone area
the Indiana 219 telephone code area
Population, 2000 Census Pop.
25,363
Official Web Site of, Website
http://www.city.hobart.in.us
Area
69.152682546 square kilometres, 26.7 square miles, 69.2 square kilometres
Population density
373.6 per square kilometre
Births
Larry Bigbie, Tim Gill, Calvin Rutstrum, Calvin Rustrum, David Sam,  …
Elevation
623 feet (190 metres), 190 metres (623 feet)
Wikipedia Page
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hobart,_Indiana
Established
1931
Deaths
Joe Kopcha, George Molchan
Coordinates
41°31'43"N, 41°31'55.92"N, 41°31'55"N, 87°16'03"W, 87°15'17"W
End of
Indiana State Road 130
Nearest Settlement of
Johnsons Strawberry Farm Airport, Hobart Sky Ranch Airport
Residents
John Palyok
Land area
26.2 square miles; 67.9 square kilometres; 67,895,616 square metres
Class
settlement, city, town or city, populated place, geographical area
Water area
0.5 square miles; 1.3 square kilometres; 1,273,309 square metres
GNIS ID
"436256"
Housing Units in 2000
10,299
Freebase ID
"/guid/9202a8c04000641f80000000000c50a4"
Related Websites
http://www.city.hobart.in.us/
DBPedia URI
http://dbpedia.org/resource/Hobart%2C_Indiana
Time Zone Area
the Central Standard Time region
Freebase Primary MID
"/m/0sn54"

tk10publ tk10canl

Say hello to Evi

Evi is our best selling mobile app that can answer questions about local knowledge, weather, books, music, films, people and places, recipe ideas, shopping and much more. Over the next few months we will be adding all of Evi's power to this site.

Until then, to experience all of the power of Evi you can download her app for free on iOS, Android and Kindle Fire here.

Other ways this question is asked: