Daleville, Indiana is home to Daleville Jr/Sr High School and Daleville Elementary School.

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Do to the Daleville Road/Sidewalk Construction Project the Town Hall Park will be closed temporarily from August 18th to approximately Friday, August 22nd.

The "Newest Town" in Indiana

On the 10th of November 1838, the town of Daleville was laid out and platted by Aleander Campbell Dale, more commonly known as “Campbell Dale.” He was 82 years old at the time and a rugged pioneer with a scant education; yet, he had a keen sense of thrift and foresight. The first entry of land was January 10, 1827 for 320 acres at $1.25 per acre. The entire family was living on this land in Delaware County by 1830. Campbell Dale died in January of 1841 at the age of 85. He is buried in the Dale Cemetery which is located at the east end of Sorghum Street behind the home of Robert Smith. Campbell Dale is buried there along with his wife, Elizabeth Dale and their daughter Hannah Rhoda Dale Leathers, although their markers no longer exist.

A Town united.
A great place to work.
For the people, by the people.