IMPD Northwest District and Ranger Unit Annual Community Day is Thursday, May 17th, 5-8pm, Watkins Park, 2360 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. St.
Good day Friends in District 1,
It’s that time again. Please join me in a few weeks, as we continue with our “Coffee With Your Councillor.” Please come out and join in on the discussions regarding District 1.
This conversation is an open discussion, with YOU determining the topics, and with no set agenda.
Date: Thursday, April 26, 2018
Location: Panera Bread in Traders Point – 6050 W. 86th St. 46278
Thank you and I hope to see you all there,
Councillor: District 1
200 East Washington Street
Indianapolis, IN. 46204
Please join us on Tuesday April 3rd for Coffee with a Cop from 09:00 – 10:00a.m. We will be at the McDonalds 56th/Georgetown Rd. NW Commander and his Administrative Staff will be there to listen to your questions, concerns and suggestions over a cup of coffee.
Please join us on Wednesday, March 7th @ 6:00p.m for the IMPD Northwest District Task Force Meeting. We will meet at the IMPD Northwest District HQ located at 3821 Industrial Blvd. Our IMPD Bomb Squad will be our featured speaker and they will display some of their specialized equipment. Please come hungry as refreshments will be served. We hope you can join us and please invite a neighbor to attend with you.
Sgt. Matthew Grimes
Mayor Joe Hogsett will conduct a Public Safety Walk on Wednesday, January 24th @ 2:00p.m at Lafayette Square 3919 Lafayette Rd. The starting location will be on the west side of the mall just south of the old Sears Building at the International Marketplace Coalition Office. Mayor Hogsett is scheduled to visit several businesses inside the mall. The public is invited to join Mayor Hogsett and IMPD NW District for this event.
Saddlebrook Golf Club is restoring and opening for golf in the spring of 2018!
But… the clubhouse is open RIGHT NOW!
They have great deals going on earlybird memberships at all different levels. Stop in and check out the NEW Saddlebrook Golf Club! 5516 Arabian Run. The clubhouse can be reached at 317-559-5928, or at http://www.saddlebrookgolfclub.org. Also on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/sadlebrookgolfclub.
Stop in, say hi to our new GM, and check out the great deals on memberships and apparel you can get RIGHT NOW! Opening for golf in Spring of 2018!
Saddlebrook is coming back!
Saddlebrook Golf Club – 56th Street – Indianapolis IN
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Please join us on Tuesday, January 2nd, 2018 for Coffee with a Cop. We will be at the McDonald’s 6830 W. 38th St from 09:00 – 10:00a.m. Commander Jefferson and his Administrative Staff will be there to listen to your questions, concerns & suggestions over a cup of coffee. We hope you can attend and please invite a neighbor to attend with you.
Sgt. Matthew Grimes
Mayor Joe Hogsett joined the Indianapolis Department of Public Works (DPW) today to announce a fund matching program for community-based organizations that want to share the cost of infrastructure improvements.
The Indy Neighborhood Infrastructure Partnership will award nonprofit community-based organizations matching funds for neighborhood projects that could include sidewalks, street resurfacing, multi-use paths and bridges.
Beginning December 15, the City of Indianapolis Department of Public Works will accept proposals for 2018 projects under the matching fund award program. The application is downloadable at indy.gov/dpw. DPW will review all proposals, and accepted projects may receive up to $1.5 million in matching project funding. Applications are recommended to share the costs of projects by 50 percent or more.
Each proposal will be reviewed by DPW based on several criteria, including financial and construction feasibility, connectivity as well as community support.
Proposals are due by March 1, 2018, and accepted projects will be scheduled for construction in the same year.
On October 9, the Indianapolis City-County Council passed Mayor Joe Hogsett’s 2018 budget, which included more than $120 million for infrastructure improvements. As part of that budget, the City of Indianapolis and the Department of Public Works will award up to $4 million in matching funds to accepted projects that meet the criteria of the Indy Neighborhood Infrastructure Partnership.