1. A city in California (pronounced CAR-MELL) south of the Bay area. Population of 4,078 in 2000.
2. A city in fast-growing Hamilton County, Indiana (pronounced CAR-MUHL)and a posh suburb of Indianapolis. It is much larger than the California city with the exact same name. It is one of the fastest-growing communities in Indiana (above 30,000 that is) and one of the fastest-growing in the Midwest. It had a population of just 28,000 in 1990, up to 38,000 in 2000, and a special census in 2007 recorded approximately 85,000. The city is experiencing growing pains. Carmel is in the process of annexing Clay Township, due to heavy growth. Its population growth requires its sewers to be upgraded. It was considered just a bedroom community for Indianapolis for many years, but things are quickly changing. It has gained thousands of jobs and population in just a few years as companies expand or even relocate to the area. It was ranked as one of America's top 25 best places to live according to Forbes Magazine in 2006.
Carmel, Indiana is a very nice community to live with good schools, a family atmosphere, low crime and a growing number of jobs. It is one of just a few towns in Indiana with a lot of rich people.
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