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)
21-Aug-2019: DPW contractors will be testing the flood panels on both 52nd and 53rd street crossing the canal bridges today between 10am and 3pm. During this timeframe one lane will be closed on the roadway with necessary signs and flaggers in place. Only one bridge crossing will be effected at a time and the work will be completed in a few hours.
Mike Massonne, DPW project manager, will be unable to attend the July 9th Rocky Ripple Town Board meeting (7:30 pm Town Hall) to provide an update and answer questions on the Westfield Blvd. Alignment flood protection project. We will let you know when this has been rescheduled.
Mike Massonne, DPW project manager, will attend the July 9th Rocky Ripple Town Board meeting (7:30 pm Town Hall) to provide an update and answer questions on the Westfield Blvd. Alignment flood protection project, which is scheduled to be completed this year. Note this is to answer questions about the Westfield floodwall, not the Rocky Ripple floodwall project along the river, which has been approved by the City of Indianapolis as a project and is currently going through the bidding process.
The Town of Rocky Ripple is happy to announce that repaving of several roads in town is scheduled for the week of 24-Jun-2019, weather permitting. This should take no longer than a couple days in total. Please note that the following streets are affected and give consideration to the paving equipment, trucks and personnel that will be doing this important work for us:
|1) Canal Blvd. From: W 53rd St To: Ripple Rd
2) W53rd St From: Canal Blvd To: Lester St
3) W53rd St From: 835 W53rd St To: Riverview Dr
4) W52nd St From: Canal Towpath To: Lester St
5) Crown St From: W53rd St To: W54th St
6) Sunnymeade Ln From: W52nd St To: W53rd St
7) Annette St From: W53rd St To: 5326 Annette St
8) Clarendon Rd From: W51st St To: W52nd St
9) W54th St From: Karstadt Dr To: Canal Blvd
10) Ripple Rd From: 340 Ripple Rd To: Canal Blvd