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 ]
For more than 35 years, Ruth Ann Hankins has been at the heart of Heritage Place of Indianapolis, Inc. Throughout her tenure, Ruth Ann has worked tirelessly to advance the welfare of older adults in central Indiana through Heritage Place’s unique blend of center-based activities and in-home services. Through strategic partnerships with the United Way …[ read more ]
MKNA Welcomes Chelsea Marburger as New Executive Director Chelsea Marburger, former Director of First Impressions for HI-FI, MOKB Presents and Do317 Media, has been named the next executive director of the Meridian-Kessler Neighborhood Association. Marburger officially assumed the role at the beginning of the year following the 30-year tenure of Caroline Farrar. “The MKNA Board …[ read more ]
Open Call for Grant Proposals Does your nonprofit serve the Meridian-Kessler Neighborhood? If so, you are invited to apply for MKNA’s 2018 Vi Walker Neighborhood Grant Program. We are proud to fund these neighborhood grants from a percentage of the proceeds from the annual Meridian-Kessler Home & Garden Tour. The goal of the MKNA Vi …[ read more ]
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St. Joan of Arc Preschool is looking for your opinion! They have asked to to share the following survey to neighbors: The St. Joan of Arc Preschool is investigating extending their preschool program and providing childcare throughout the year. The goal is to partner with United Way and obtain Path to Quality Level 4 …[ read more ]
The former Chase Bank branch located at 215 E. 38th Street has been purchased by new owners who are seeking to rezone the property and look at possible reuses. The owners will be hosting an open house for all interested neighbors on Tuesday, November 28th. (Details are below.) They also will be presenting at the MKNA …[ read more ]
Local business owners gathered November 9, at the Riviera Club for the Meridian-Kessler Neighborhood Association’s 2017 Business Breakfast. More than 120 family, community and corporate leaders represented shop owners, faith-based institutions and entrepreneurs that characterize the diversity in Meridian-Kessler. But more important, business owners assembled to bid farewell to MKNA’s retiring executive director, Caroline Farrar. …[ read more ]
Neighbors have likely noticed that construction has begin on the former AT&T site at College & Kessler. Milhaus, the property developer, has asked for us to share an update with neighbors: For public safety and to better enable us to protect the existing trees along College, we will be closing the sidewalk in front of 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.