October clean -up Tentatively scheduled for the 14th Stay tuned. Focus is on 71st Street North to 465. issues focused Crooked Creek Stream, Watershed, Conservation of the creek.
Hosting Annual Meeting at the Grove along with a socially distanced Fall Gathering of neighbors
RESILIENT PIKE - Working with Blue Sky Partnerships & Crooked Creek Indy as we address the challenges of a changing climate.
Working with area businesses, neighborhoods and Managing Landscape contractors, volunteer projects and placemaking. Setting up contracts now for Michigan Rd.-keeping the trail clean of snow and litter
Partnerships that support beautification, public safety and community involvement. What does safety look like? Get involved and share concerns, video and security issues Along with maintenance contracts
79th/Michigan/Walnut/CrookedCreek Stream - Currently at Risk is 18 of 100 acres of forested land Partially owned by the city for new streets, utilities and storm drains. Numerous wildlife is at risk. Indiana Bats, Falcons, fox, deer.
Crooked Creek stream and Indianapolis Waterway News
Information about Utility Easements and Cell Towers
Information about development, changes in zoning,
Volunteer for beautification, urban forestry and resiliency.
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An easement is the right to use part of a property without owning it. Utility easements are one of the most common types of easements for private property, which generally allow public utility companies access to the property for the purpose of installing, repairing and maintaining utility lines.
If you have strong feelings about any particular placement (complete list of placements and petition numbers here), we encourage you to send a letter of support/a letter condemning the project to firstname.lastname@example.org with the petition number in the subject. All letters will be compiled and delivered to the Department of Metropolitan Development Planner responsible for each respective petition/case to reinforce the neighborhood’s stance on the topic.
Residents are also able to send comments to the Department of Metropolitan Development directly at DMDpubliccoments@indy.gov
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We will update this website as information becomes available
7651-7701, 7795 and 7815 Michigan Road and various addresses on Garnet Avenue (Proposed New streets), Sapphire Boulevard, Sardonyx Street, and Ruby Boulevard -
Apex Realty proposes to plat 18 acres for 81 lots.
with waivers of street width, waivers of curb radii and waivers of sidewalks
Neighbors need access to multi modal options. Good Sidewalks, bridges, bike paths, stop lights with cross walks.
Land Use collaboration for stewardship of the environment
Construction congestion and school bus safety
Infrastructure and Elevation