|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.
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A copy of the latest flood protection communication dated 18-Mar-2019 sent by the Indianapolis Department of Public Works (DPW) to Rocky Ripple property owners affected by the proposed Flood Control Improvement District can be found here:
The Town of Rocky Ripple has been working with the City of Indianapolis, DPW and Butler University to offer Rocky Ripple 100 year flood protection. The Rocky Ripple Town Board wants to provide you the opportunity to express your opinion about the Option 3 that DPW and the City of Indianapolis are offering. A copy of the survey is attached here, as well as a summary of the option put together by town residents Mick and Angie, which was previously distributed in hard copy format to each residence.
The Board asks that if you have not already made your stance on this important topic known, please take the time to please submit this form. If you’ve already submitted the previous survey from the meeting at Butler University and have no additional comments or concerns, no further action is requested. The Town Board will take the completed surveys into consideration in our final evaluation.
Drop the completed survey form off at the Town Hall in the outside door slot at the Marshal’s office by 5:00 pm Friday October 26, 2018.
The Rocky Ripple Town Council continues working with city and state legislators to ensure there is flood protection for Rocky Ripple. We are pleased to announce that the final flood protection options for our local Rocky Ripple flood wall have been prepared and the report is now available. Two of the potential options allow for saving every house in Rocky Ripple and will meet FEMA certification requirements.
These solutions will be presented at a special meeting to be held at 7 pm on Thursday, September 6, 2018 at Butler University Gallahue Hall Room GH-108. The meeting will be hosted by the Rocky Ripple Town Council, with Butler University, City of Indianapolis DPW and AECOM representation present. Please attend so that you can understand the options and can ask any questions you may have.
A copy of the entire meeting notification communication can be found here.
A copy of the AECOM report can be found here.
The annual Rocky Ripple Neighborhood garage sale scheduled for Sat. Jun 2nd will be postponed. Due to the construction going on right outside of Rocky Ripple, we are unable to put up the big signs at the entrances to the neighborhood for our annual garage sale. Therefore we are postponing the sale until the fall at a date to be announced. Please let Mandy Redmond know of any issues with this or suggested dates for the sale in the fall.