Construction for the IndyGo Redline has an accelerated completion timeline in order to reach early completion in July of 2019 (FAQ’s regarding the acceleration of construction can be found here.) Contractors will meet on a weekly to discuss progress and the impact of the project on surrounding neighbors. MKNA Infrastructure Chair Jerrey Finnegan will be …[ read more ]
INDIANAPOLIS (February 5, 2019) – IndyGo Red Line contractors will be ramping up construction activity on the corridor to cut 4 months off the construction schedule. The acceleration plan will shorten the duration of Red Line construction and reduce the time that residents experience inconveniences, allowing the Red Line to open by the end of …[ read more ]
2018 brought about a number of changes with the leadership of the Meridian-Kessler Neighborhood Association. The MKNA Board of Directors set down a path to take a strategic, thoughtful look at the operations of not only the organization but also the Board itself. This month’s Board Meeting will introduce a number of changes and improvements …[ read more ]
Individuals of all ages are invited to meet Indianapolis Public Library CEO Jackie Nytes during her 2019 “Love Your Library Tour” that includes a visit to the College Avenue Branch, 4180 N. College Avenue, on Tuesday, February 5 at 6:30 p.m. Attendees can learn about trends and activities throughout the Library system, including new capital …[ read more ]
In January of 2018, Ty Tarr of Ty’s Penn Shell came before the Meridian-Kessler Neighborhood Association concerned that Circle K, owner of the 49th & Pennsylvania property, gas and service station, were choosing to not renew his lease as of September of 2019. The notice was received March 7, 2017 – two-and-a-half years prior to …[ read more ]
A new, fully operational traffic signal is currently under construction at 40th and Meridian Street. Currently, DPW plans for this light to be fully operational on January 23rd assuming IPL has no issues with weather or installation. The plan is to operate the light similar to the other signals to the north on Meridian Street. The signals will …[ read more ]
One of our most active committees within the Neighborhood Association is the Land Use & Code Compliance Committee. This group of committed, neighborhood professionals consists of a various areas of expertise and reviews requests for variances for both residential and commercial properties on a monthly basis. Prior to setting a Land Use Committee Meeting, a …[ read more ]
The launch of my.indy.gov has created a “digital City Hall” to allow residents access to various city services – many without ever leaving the house! In light of recent break-ins and other traffic safety concerns in the neighborhood, we have provided links to some of the most relevant to our neighborhood safety below: Send a …[ read more ]
American Express started Small Business Saturday as a hyper-focused effort to support small, locally owned businesses across the country in 2010. With a successful first year, the Senate unanimously agreed to support a resolution for Small Business Saturday to fall on the Saturday following Black Friday each year. According to American Express, an estimated total …[ read more ]
The MKNA Land Use Committee exists to assist property owners in the navigation of the City of Indianapolis development process while maintaining the quality and consistency of architecture in Meridian-Kessler. The Land Use Committee consists of MK residents and business owners with expertise in various areas included building and landscape architecture, law, etc. Prior to …[ read more ]
From 38th to Kessler Boulevard and
Meridian Street to the Monon Trail.
We are a community of residents (younger & older), homes (from multi-unit to mansions and everything in between), local businesses (larger & smaller, established & emerging), schools (public and private) and a variety of faith based communities.
In the heart of Midtown Indianapolis.