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Maybe you’ve driven by it a thousand times… Marting A. Nehrling (b. 1970, American) Arrows of Direction, 1989 stainless steel 3 sections, approx. 84x60x39 in. each This sculpture was the result of a design contest hosted by the Art Department at North Central High School. The artist was inspired by origami, and the folding shapes […]
The Northtown Trail is a proposed east-west greenway connection of the Indy Full Circle Greenways Plan. It completes the east-west connection between Fort Harrison State Park and Eagle Creek Park. Along its route, it connects to many neighborhood and community parks, greenways, residential centers, and commercial nodes. It also opens up new recreational access to the White […]
Indianapolis is in the midst of a revolution in terms of constructing new pedestrian and bicycle facilities, whether they be sidewalks, bike lanes, or sidepaths. There is even a separate Bikeways Master Plan that identifies the long-term vision for providing greater connectivity for the entire city. The strength of this plan is that it ties […]
Indianapolis’ premier rail-trail and greenway originates in Nora. Originating in Nora, the Monon Trail is a colossus in the world of Midwest rail-trails. The trail is a safe, attractive, and well designed urban greenway. In 2005, the Monon Trail was used more than 1.2 million times, making this urban greenway perhaps one of the busiest in […]
An alliance of neighbors and business supporting and encouraging a spirit of community cooperation in Nora Center to promote strong amenities, connected people, and a vibrant built environment.
- Update: Public Input into 91st & College proposalsFebruary 11, 2020 - 4:09 pm
- Proposed transportation complex to replace soccer fields at 91st & CollegeDecember 7, 2019 - 3:27 pm
- June Events include Films, FirefliesJune 5, 2019 - 10:15 am
- Sidewalk between Ironworks developments and Keystone Crossing available for useJuly 24, 2018 - 4:10 pm