MISSION: Albion strives to provide the best possible services efficiently, effectively, and ethically to the citizens of Albion; and seeks sustainable growth that protects, and enhances our natural, and historic resources while preserving our values, qualities, and culture.

HISTORY: Albion was a patch of wilderness known as The Center, because of its location in the county’s geographic middle, when citizens voted to make it the county seat in 1846. Upon its selection, the county commissioners of the time appointed a committee to formally select a town name. One of the committee members proposed Albion because he had lived in a town of that name in New York, and the idea was approved. Going back to earlier times, Albion was the ancient name for Great Britain. 

POPULATION: About 2,327 according to the 2017 Census estimate.

GOVERNMENT: Albion Town Council consists of five elected members. The town also has multiple Boards and Commissions. Town Manager Stefen Wynn and Clerk-Treasurer Carol Selby are located at the Albion Municipal Building, 211 E. Park Drive. Find more information at the town's website. Call (260) 636-2246.

EDUCATION: Central Noble (CN) School Corporation is a member of the Northeast Indiana Special Education Cooperation and the IMPACT Institute and can be reached at (260) 636-2175. CN Primary in Wolf Lake serves kindergarten through 2nd grade; CN Elementary in Albion serves 3rd through 5th grade; Central Noble Jr./Sr. High School serves grades six through 12. 

UTILITIES:  Water and sewer service is maintained by the town. Noble REMC and Indiana Michigan Power provide electric utilities to Albion and surrounding areas. NIPSCO provides natural gas service. Frontier CommunicationsMediacom, and LigTel offer voice, internet, and/or cable/satellite television options. Trash, roll-off, and recycling services are provided by Noble County Disposal. Waste-Haul also provides dumpster services.

POLICE: The Albion Police Department is located in the Albion Municipal Building at 211 E. Park Drive. Backup service is provided by the Noble County Sheriff’s Department, located at 210 S. Seventh Street in Albion.

FIRE: The Albion Volunteer Fire Department, located at 210 Fire Station Drive, serves the residents of the town of Albion and adjacent areas by providing emergency fire, rescue, medical, hazardous material, fire prevention and more. 

POST OFFICE: USPS located at 123 S. Orange Street (S.R. 9) at the intersection of Hazel Street in Albion, zip code 46701.