Levee Floodwall Rendering Meeting on Tuesday, June 6th

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

Rocky Ripple Flood Protection MOU with City, Butler University Approved by Town Council

Update from last night’s Rocky Ripple Town Council meeting – A Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) was signed by the RR Town Council, Butler University, and the City of Indianapolis to provide flood protection for Rocky Ripple. Click here to view a copy of the MOU on the Flood Protection page of this website.  More info can be also be found in today’s Indianapolis Star:

Levee Restoration/Tree Removal

The Rocky Ripple Town Council is pleased to announce that the project to remove diseased, leaning and/or dead potentially dangerous trees along the river levee is moving forward.  Removal of identified problematic trees on the levee between 600 West 54th and 500 Ripple Road will begin on Monday.  This $40,000 investment in the restoration of our levee is phase I of a joint project between the Town of Rocky Ripple and the City of Indianapolis.  Tree removal is scheduled to take place Nov. 21st through Dec. 2nd.

Levee Repair/Restoration Meeting on Thursday

 

The Town Council will be holding a meeting this Thursday evening, September 29, 2016, at 7 pm at the town hall to provide answers to questions from residents that live along White River between Sunset and the 500 block of Ripple Road regarding levee repair and restoration efforts that will be completed on town property behind their homes this fall.  Other residents and general public interested parties are welcome to attend.

Festival Thank Yous

Thanks to everyone that came out for this year’s Rocky Ripple Festival.  We hope you had a wonderful time.  Special thanks to festival coordinator Dhyana Raynor and the team of volunteers that brought this event together for the 17th year!!  Results for how much money was raised for the continued maintenance and development of our Rocky Ripple parks will be shared in the upcoming eNews edition.