|Donna Price from the City of Indianapolis Business and Neighborhood Services group will attend the Tuesday, March 10th Rocky Ripple Town Council Meeting to answer resident questions regarding zoning and permits. The question and answer session will start promptly at 7:30 pm, followed by routine Rocky Ripple Town Council business at no later than 8:30 pm. The session was set up so that Rocky Ripple residents can ask specific questions about building codes, permitting, requirements, and recent permits that have been issued in the town of Rocky Ripple. City County District 7 Councilor John Barth and City of Indianapolis Neighborhood Liaison Natalie Von Dongen are also scheduled to attend the March Town Council meeting.
If you are not be able to attend the March 10th Town Council meeting, but have a zoning or permitting question, please forward your question(s) in advance to a member of the town council and they will make sure your question is asked and that you receive a response.
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 Rocky Ripple Town Board will host a special meeting to discuss the town’s flood control project on June 6th at 7p.m. The meeting will be held at the Meridian Street United Methodist Church, 5500 North Meridian Street. The meeting will focus on the options for Rocky Ripple’s local flood control project, as discussed in the AECOM report. The options will be shown through renderings of several areas in the neighborhood.
Details are contained in the attached copy of the flyer that was distributed in hard copy form to all residents: Rocky Ripple Flood Project Meeting Notice