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Located near downtown Indianapolis on the city's near north side, Fall Creek Place is a neighborhood filled with a diverse mix of hard-working people who appreciate the benefits of downtown living. This innovative development features newly constructed homes along with restored historic homes in a neighborhood with new parks, new sidewalks, and other amenities all less than two miles from the heart of downtown. And, unlike many of the housing developments surrounding Indianapolis, it's a neighborhood that wasn't carved out of a cornfield overnight.


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National Night Out August 5

Contributed on Jul 24, 2014 - 11:33 AM
The annual Fall Creek Place National Night Out Against Crime will be Tuesday August 5th from 5:30 to 7:30pm at the 23rd/Alabama Street park. Pack a picnic dinner and come visit with IMPD and IFD! Explore an IFD fire engine and meet your neighbors. Sausages will be provided by Goose the Market. Please bring a side dish to share, and pack your own beverages, picnic blankets, and chairs.

8th Annual 4th of July Block Party

Contributed on Jun 26, 2014 - 11:19 AM
Please join your Fall Creek Place neighbors for an evening of fun, food and fireworks on Talbott Street (22nd St to 25th St). Residents are encouraged to bring friends, family, or other Fall Creek Place residents to the street for the festivities. Be sure to bring a lawn chair, food and drinks, as Talbott Street will be closed to through traffic from 6pm until after the fireworks. Please move vehicles off the street before the festivities.

If you would like to dine-in rather than cook, Shoefly, located at 22nd and Talbott, will be serving to neighbors and customers during the evening. Also, there will be yard games outside of the restaurant.


Kessler Park Replanting Volunteers Needed

Contributed on Jun 01, 2014 - 11:08 PM
Due to the weather, the Kessler Park planting is being delayed to either Monday or Thursday of next week. We will provide an update once we know for sure which day it will be.

Calling all volunteers! We need your help. The replanting of George Kessler Park at 25th/Pennsylvania along Fall Creek will take place on Thursday, June 26th, 2014 starting at 8:00 AM and continuing until the planting is finished.

Meet us at the park to get signed in and assigned a specific planting spot. We’ll be planting up the spaces with native plants.

KIBI will provide all the tools needed. Bottled water will be provided. Register to help online.

2460 Delaware Zoning

Contributed on Apr 29, 2014 - 10:32 AM
The City of Indianapolis Department of Metropolitan Development owns vacant land, 2460 N Delaware St., at the southwest corner of 25th and Delaware. An extensive cleanup of soil contamination related to a former dry cleaner has been completed and the site has been declared suitable for development by the State of Indiana.

The City has now filed to rezone the 0.36 acre parcel of land to C-3C. This designation has been chosen to facilitate development similar to what's seen across Delaware street from the site. However, at this time there is no specific developer or project envisioned for the property. This case is strictly about rezoning the land to C-3C. The MDC Hearing Examiner will hear the case on May 15th, 2014 at 1pm in the City-County Building. Fall Creek Place has an opportunity to present their opinion at that time.

Neighbors are encouraged to provide feedback concerning this request as to what position, or no position, you would like to see the neighborhood take regarding this rezoning request. You may provide your comments to progress@fallcreekplace.com by 5pm on Wednesday, May 7th.

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B&B Liquors License

Contributed on Mar 26, 2014 - 10:09 PM
The alcohol permit for the B&B Liquor Store at 22nd/Central is up for renewal. It is important that neighbors share their thoughts regarding this permit and request a public hearing to allow the adjacent neighborhoods the opportunity to weigh in on the impacts of this establishment.

Learn more about how you can help.

Spring Cleanup April 5th

Contributed on Mar 26, 2014 - 08:27 PM
Volunteers are needed April 5th from 9am to 1pm to clean up curbs of winter debris, pick up trash and pull out large trash items from the alleys.
Meet at the park on the corner of 23rd and Alabama to sign in and pick up free tools, gloves, bags and refreshments.
A trash truck will arrive at noon to begin picking up bags and will drive the streets and alleys until 3pm. Residents must help load the bags and heavy trash into the trucks
Drains around the neighborhood are very important to keep clear, so if you live near one, please take the time throughout the year--not just on the 5th--to keep it clean.
For questions, to report problem areas, or to RSVP, email garden@fallcreekplace.com

Neighborhood Events Need Volunteers

Contributed on Mar 20, 2014 - 10:46 PM
Fall Creek Place has welcomed many new faces into its neighborhood the past few years and it's about time we all get to know each other better. In order to do this we need some residents with a passion for planning events. Fall Creek Place has a few events that we would like to continue as long standing events but there is opportunity for so many more ideas. The current events that need volunteers to help plan and organize are "Fourth of July on Talbott" and this year it falls on a Friday so we really need to throw a big bash. We also host National Night Out which is on Tuesday, Aug 5th this year. We also have a Garage Sale in September and that date has not been chosen yet. If you are interested in helping organize and plan any of these events please email management@fallcreekplace.com or you can also suggest another idea for a month that doesn't already have an event. Share some of your other ideas in the discussion forums and see if any other residents respond with interest. Remember to review the Park Guidelines and inform the Board if you are planning to host an event in a public space

Help Save Our Ash Trees

Contributed on Mar 19, 2014 - 08:03 PM
As you may know, the ash trees in our area are threatened by the Emerald Ash Borer, an insect that kills ash trees. Without treatment, all of our neighborhood's ash trees will die. Because of the large number of ash trees in our neighborhoods, a volunteer and grassroots group of residents from Fall Creek Place, the Old Northside, and Herron-Morton Place, with support from Keep Indianapolis Beautiful and the City of Indianapolis, conducted an inventory of all publicly-owned ash trees and developed a strategy to mitigate the impact of the emerald ash borer. You can view this complete strategy here

We need your help before April 16th! Adopt an existing tree to help treat it, adopt a newly planted replacement tree, help plant new trees, or approve a new planting on your property. Learn More

Crimewatch Meeting March 11

Contributed on Mar 11, 2014 - 07:04 AM
March 11th from 6-8:30pm at The Oaks Academy (gymnasium)
The IMPD Commander and other City officials will be present. Hot topics for the Commander to address: recent events, prostitution, gang activity, home invasions, follow-up and results to crime in the area, IMPD strategies, and CPTED (crime prevention through environmental design). Hope to see you there!

Meeting notes are available here.

Graffiti-Free Indy

Contributed on Dec 18, 2013 - 09:24 PM
KIB has an anti-graffiti program that allows residents to help clean-up their neighborhood. Just visit the KIB website to alert them where the graffiti is that needs to be removed and they will get you set-up with all the supplies needed to do this. The Garden Committee also has their own supplies to do this but just needs volunteers to help. If you are interested in helping you can contact Heather at garden@fallcreekplace.com. Please help keep Fall Creek Place graffiti free! For more information on KIB's program, click here.
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