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Indy LISC staff lends a hand

Thanks to Groundwork Indy for organizing a great project last Friday, including a trash pickup along historic Burdsal Boulevard and renewing a community garden at Riverside Community Center.

Donate to help build the River West Multi-Generational Art Park

Great Places 2020 has joined forces with Patronicity to create a crowdfunding project in River West. The River West Multi-Generational Art Park, located at 518 N. Pershing Avenue is envisioned to be a place where youth and the young at heart gather to observe and appreciate public art and engage in interactive activities that stimulate their minds. The space will feature a vibrant wall art on the adjacent building, native plantings, attractive lighting fixtures and furnishings that inspire conversations and social interaction. The Project The mural will be designed with input and inspiration from neighbors of all ages.  It will … Continued

Development on Tap: May 26, 2016

You’re invited to Development on Tap: The Indianapolis toolbox for vacant and abandoned property The month’s Development on Tap features the Center for Community Progress (CCP) who will present their observations and findings on the systemic approaches and barriers to address vacant and abandoned parcels in Indianapolis as well as public and private sector capacity to combat this problem. Earlier this year, Renew Indianapolis, in partnership with the City of Indianapolis and LISC Indianapolis, engaged the Center for Community Progress to evaluate the systems that impact vacancy and abandonment. These systems include: Data Delinquent tax enforcement Housing and building code … Continued

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