Courthouse photo by Anna Riback
                              Courthouse photo by Anna Riback

The League of Women Voters of Brown County is a nonpartisan cadre of local men and women committed to education and improvement of Brown County, State and National government.  Everyone is welcome to participate. 

Meetings are held at 10:00 am, the second Monday of every month, in the lower level of the Brown County Public Library.

Democracy is not 

a spectator sport!



from the Community Conversation of August 13, 2015

August 13, 2015 Follow Up Notes

Brown County Art Colony of the Midwest

Background:  How is Brown County perceived today? What changes or improvements do we want in Brown County for the future? How can Brown County efficiently and effectively prepare to meet the future?  As Brown County’s Vision 2010 was winding down, these were the questions that catalyzed a Needs Assessment and new visioning project for 2020 called "Brown County 2020: A Vision for the Future."  This document does not so much lay out a specific action plan, as set forth the guiding values of the community with ideas of how these might be reflected and implemented.  The underlying vision of V-2020, grounded in community input and many meetings of interested parties and stakeholders, informed a newer initiative in 2013, titled "Leading Brown County."   This latter document, to be read in conjunction with Vision 2020, was designed to assist leaders to identify and capitalize on strategic opportunities. We urge all interested parties to consult both "Vision 2020" and "Leading Brown County," available on the website of the Brown County Community Foundation – under Resources.

2020 Leading Brown County FINAL10-28-14


Saturday, March 11, 2017  10 am
County Office Building
Upstairs Meeting Room
Nashville IN

State Senator Eric Koch 
State Representative Chris May

Watershed Position

Natural Resource:
Updated Watershed Position 
for Brown County

Brown County League of Women Voters,
Aug 17, 2014, 8:12 PM