In 2017, Mayor Joe Hogsett reached an agreement with IPL to retrofit City-funded streetlights to more efficient LED technology. IPL will be working to retrofit these streetlights through spring 2021. The savings from this retrofit will be used to install up to 4,000 additional streetlights in Indianapolis. Beginning April 26, 2018, new streetlight locations can …[ read more ]
The College Avenue Public Library has free, public programming for kids, families and adults. Check out the various available programs below and be sure to call and register when necessary. College Avenue Public Library: 4180 N. College Avenue | 317-275-4320 Preschool Storytime May 1, 15, 22 & 29 | 10:30 AM Preschoolers ages 3 – 6 and an …[ read more ]
Plan 2020 seeks to create a unified, countywide land use plan that updates, incorporates, or replaces the dozens of existing planning documents. It will include performance indicators for land use types, providing more clarity about how different uses perform on transportation, economic, tax base, and environmental criteria. The updated plan will focus on keeping residents …[ read more ]
All rides on IndyGo will be free on Wednesday, April 4 to honor and celebrate the Kennedy King Memorial 50th Anniversary. Additionally, transit routes to and from Kennedy King Park at 17th and Broadway will have boosted service to accommodate the larger crowds for both the 10:30am morning event and the 5:00pm evening celebration. Routes …[ read more ]
As part of a story for the Spring 2018 MK Spark, we asked the first-, second-, and third-grade classmates in Mrs. Pollert’s homeroom at IPS Montessori School 91 to illustrate their vision of the perfect M-K street. Their impressive artwork was too large to print in it’s entirety. Check out the full version of their …[ read more ]
Indianapolis, IN — The Jazz Kitchen (5377 North College Avenue) announces new jazz education series in celebration of Jazz Appreciation Month, April 2018. Jazz 101 will take place every Monday evening in April from 6-7pm, just before the weekly Jazz Jam Session which starts at 7pm. Jazz Appreciation Month (JAM) was created at the Smithsonian …[ read more ]
The congregation of North United Methodist Church would like to extend an invitation to everyone to celebrate the most important week of the Christian year, Holy Week, with them at their church at 3808 N. Meridian St. in Indianapolis. The church is located north of downtown at the intersection of Meridian St. and 38th St. …[ read more ]
The Meridian-Kessler Neighborhood Association License Review Committee will review a current request for permit from Scarlett Lane Brewing Company for the building located at 4601 N. College Avenue (formerly Big Al’s Superstore amongst other things). Scarlet Lane Brewing Company owners as well as the building owner will be in attendance to present plans and answer …[ read more ]
According to www.northsplit.com, “The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) is preparing to reconstruct the I-65/I-70 North Split Interchange in downtown Indianapolis. The project will repair deteriorating bridges, upgrade pavement conditions in the area, lessen congestion and improve safety. No start date for construction has been determined.” That being said, there are a number of organizations …[ read more ]
On Monday, March 5, the Indianapolis Public School Board voted to remove the impending referendum from the May ballot. For that reason, we have chosen to postpone our forum until IPS decides to again seek further funding in the fall. You can find more about the IPS referendum here.…[ 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.