A new Town Directory will be published by January 1, 2017. We want to include you. Download and print a directory form, add your information (as much or as little as you prefer), then deliver to the Town Hall. You can also send your information via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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.
Click here to check out the latest edition of the Rocky Ripple eNews just published.
The eNews contains an attachment with the Rocky Ripple Town Council’s position and latest actions on flood control initiatives.
It also contains information regarding this year’s Rocky Ripple Festival on September 24th.
No, we’re not talking about your neighbor’s keg party! The Rocky Ripple Emergency Management team is hosting an event to talk about how to live with animals such as racoons, possums or coyotes. The event is April 23 at 10am. You can view the flyer here: 2016-04-RREMWildlife-1
Be trained in Community Emergency Response.
(2016-04-RREMFlyer: Download and share!)
- When: Three Saturdays, April 2, 9, and 16
- Where: Town Hall (930 East 54th Street)
- Cost: Free — 21-hour time committment
Presented by the Indianapolis Division of Homeland Security and
Rocky Ripple Emergency Management (RREM), the Community
Emergency Response Team (CERT) provides basic training in
disaster preparedness for residents, which increases the ability
of citizens to manage an extreme situation until first responders or
other assistance arrives.
Using the training learned in the classroom and during exercises,
CERT members can assist others in their neighborhood or
workplace following an event where professional responders are
not immediately available to help. You will be trained to provide
services such as supply distribution, fire safety, damage
assessment, neighbor well-checks, light search and rescue, and
disaster medical operations.
The full CERT curriculum is a 21-hour FEMA-based training
module comprised of eight classes, and completed over three Saturdays.
Fully-trained CERT members graduate with a certificate of
completion and are eligible for additional training. The last session
of the training is followed by a hands-on practical simulation.
If you want to join the course or have questions, contact Andy
Hazel at email@example.com. Learn more at DHS online via
Twitter, Facebook or their website at www.indy.gov/dhs.
A Floodwall Status Update meeting will be held at town hall on Sat. March 5th from 10 am to noon. Town Council members will provide updates on recent meetings with the City of Indianapolis. There will also be time for questions and answers with Bill Beranek, long-time northside resident and advocate in finding reasonable solutions to managing local flood abatement issues.
Additional recent floodwall information and links have been posted on this website under