City Resources


City of Indianapolis

 

City of Indianapolis
The official website of Indianapolis and Marion county.

 

 

Neighborhood and Business Services
Website for the Mayor’s Neighborhood Advocates and link to Neighborhood and Business Services page.

 

Indiana Brownfields Program
This program assists with investment in the redevelopment of brownfield properties by helping communities via educational, financial, technical and legal assistance to identify and mitigate environmental barriers that impede local economic growth.

 

Indianapolis Historic Preservation Commission
State commission to preserve the character and fabric of historically significant areas and structures for all present and future citizens of Marion County, Indiana.

 

 

Greater Indianapolis Chamber of Commerce
Not-for-profit, member-based organization of Indianapolis business leaders.

 

 

 

Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department
Website for the merger of the Marion County Sheriff’s Department and Indianapolis Police Department.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Urban Development & Philanthropy

 

 

LISC Indianapolis (Local Initiative Support Corporation)
National, nonprofit organization that supports locally-based community development corporations.

 

 

 

 

United Way of Central Indiana
The United Way assesses community conditions and brings together the best resources in Central Indiana in order to provide help where it’s needed most.

 

 

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The Indiana Association for Community Economic Development (IACED) supports a network of organizations that builds vital communities and resilient families. It advocates for public policies and assist the network in developing comprehensive solutions that engage local leadership to generate private and public investment.

 

 

 

Indianapolis Neighborhood Resource Center
A private non-profit organization established in 1994 to provide information and assistance to neighborhood organizations so they can set their own priorities and effectively address the issues affecting the quality of life in their neighborhoods.



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