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 ]
Meridian-Kessler is located in IPS District 3 in which three candidates are running this election cycle. Evan Hawkins As a lifelong Indianapolis resident, and current Meridian Kessler resident with a family legacy of service to Indianapolis Public Schools, I know that a thriving IPS is key to the vitality of our city. I am an …[ read more ]
In addition to the Marion County Clerk’s office, six satellite locations have been added in Marion County to allow for early voting. Hours have also been added on a number of Saturday’s leading up to election day. To easily email the list below, download our polling place PDF here. Clerk’s Office Indianapolis City-County Building: 200 E. …[ read more ]
On Thursday, October 11th, the Meridian-Kessler and Butler-Tarkington Neighborhood Associations hosted a panel to discuss the two IPS referenda that will be on next month’s ballot. The conversation started with a presentation by Dr. Lewis Ferebee, Superintendent of IPS followed by a panel discussion including Ferebee, Mark Fisher (Chief Policy Office of the Indy Chamber), …[ read more ]
Meridian-Kessler is an extremely popular neighborhood for trick-or-treating every Halloween. With an influx of cars and pedestrians in the area, we ask that everyone take special care when crossing streets, driving through the neighborhood and riding bikes. A few quick tips for safely navigating the neighborhood: Obey all posted traffic signs including parking/no parking signs, …[ read more ]
When: September 11, 2018 | 7 PM Where: 3965 N. Meridian Street, STE G Attendees: Jerrey Finnegan, Dominic Byrd-McDevitt, Nathan Kelly, Chelsea Marburger, and Wes Merkle Central Avenue For the sake of resident safety, MKNA’s preference is to retain the 4-way stops at 40th, 56th, and 58th. If the temporary 2-way stops are implemented, the …[ read more ]
Water and gas utility re-locations on College Avenue will begin in October or November, in advance of Red Line construction. Crews will be relocating sections of water main and/or fire hydrants at the following intersections over the next several months, with gas main re-locations to follow: 42nd Street 44th Street 46th Street 49th Street 52nd Street 54th Street 56th Street 57th Street 61st Street Work …[ read more ]
On August 9th, 2018 the Meridian-Kessler Neighborhood Association held their monthly Board Meeting at The National located at 215 E. 38th Street. MKNA Executive Director Chelsea Marburger and MKNA Infrastructure Committee Jerrey Finnegan fielded questions online leading up to the meeting and filtered them to insure relevance and prevent duplication as it related to the …[ 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.