Click here to view the Nov/Dec 2019 Rocky Ripple ENews.
Thanks to the large voter turnout for the 2019 Rocky Ripple Town Council election. The newly elected Rocky Ripple Town Council (serving 01-Jan-2020 through 31-Dec-2024) includes the following individuals:
Julie Smith, clerk/treasurer
Megan Hulland, town councilor
Mandy Redmond, town councilor
Randy Sanders, town councilor
Specifics can be found at the following location:
Thank you to all candidates that ran for office. It is because we have people willing to step up that we are able to maintain this small vibrant town of ours. Shout out also to Tamara Carr and crew that ran the Rocky Ripple quick and efficient polling location for this year’s election.
Sunday, October 27 at 3 pm
(Band starts playing at 4:30 pm)
Rocky Ripple Town Hall
Join us for a pitch in celebration to thank Carla Gaff Clark for 24 years of service to our community. Community Association will provide the meat and vegetarian main dish option, as well as soft drinks, water, coffee and tea.
The Sax Pistols (residents Cathy and Steve Hurt’s band) will play from 4:30 – 6 pm or so. Bonfire along the river, weather permitting.
Rocky Ripple Community Association
The Indianapolis Department of Public Works has distributed the Request for Information (RFI) for interested Engineering companies to respond with their ideas for construction of the floodwall for the White River-Rocky Ripple Flood Control Improvement District Flood Risk Reduction Project. See attached copy for details:
Interested Rocky Ripple residents are sought to be a part of a new Rocky Ripple Town Council advisory committee for the Rocky Ripple floodwall project.
The mission of the Floodwall Advisory Committee will be to gather information from residents about what will make a positive or negative impact in regards to the established levee floodwall project and provide feedback for decision making to the Rocky Ripple Town Council.
The committee will provide advice, insight and guidance on floodwall issues to aid the town’s programs for the proposed floodwall and related initiatives. The committee will work with residents living along the wall where it is located on personal and public (Rocky Ripple) property to make the project as palatable as possible. The charge also includes representation of the wants, thoughts and desires of residents living inside the town’s boundaries but not along the river; as well as the residents in the nine homes that have been left out of the project where riverbank stabilization is to also be a part of the project.
To review the full charter for this committee, click here: Rocky Ripple Floodwall Advisory Committee Charter.
If you have questions about and/or are interested in being part of this committee, click here to contact a Rocky Ripple town councilor.
Mike Massonne, DPW Project Leader, will attend the next Rocky Ripple Town Board meeting on Tuesday 10-Sep-2019 to provide status updates on and answer questions about the Westfield floodwall and Rocky Ripple floodwall projects. (7:30 pm, Rocky Ripple Town Hall)