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Dan Parker, DPW to attend May 10th Rocky Ripple Town Board Meeting: NEWS FLASH:  Dan Parker, Director of City of Indianapolis Department of Public Works (DPW) will attend the 10-May-2022 Rocky Ripple Town Council Meeting to present the rationale for the current Rocky Ripple Floodwall plan, which includes the removal of up to 13 homes, as well as the Rocky Ripple Town Hall.  The agenda for this meeting also includes the Rocky Ripple Town Council voting on whether to proceed to the 60% design stage for this project.  Per DPW, getting to the 60% design stage for the project will provide for a final written plan for the project that will answer pending questions regarding cost specifics, exact property footage, trees and structures affected, and where public access points would be. Please note that this vote is not the final vote from the Rocky Ripple Town Council for moving forward with construction of the project.  This will occur after the final written project plan and a project cooperation agreement between the City of Indianapolis, the Town of Rocky Ripple and Butler University are completed.  This is expected to occur in September, 2022. The Rocky Ripple Town Council meeting is held the second Tuesday of each month at the Rocky Ripple Town Hall at 7:30 pm.  For those that cannot attend the meeting live, it is also broadcast via Zoom.  You can attend remotely by following the meeting link below: Topic: Rocky Ripple Town Council MeetingTime: 07:30 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada) Every month on the Second TuesdayJoin Zoom Meeting:https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87132754675Meeting ID: 871 3275 4675

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Town of Rocky Ripple

Welcome to the Town of Rocky Ripple!

The town of Rocky Ripple is a small nature friendly oasis located on the northwest side of Indianapolis, in Washington Township within Marion County, Indiana. The town is nestled between the Central Canal and the White River; only two traffic-supporting bridges over the canal provide access to the town, thus resulting in the town’s slogan “I’m not lost. I live here” that appears on Rocky Ripple bumper stickers. The slogan was created because of the many drivers that have gotten lost by crossing one of the bridges into the town and being unable to find their way out over the years. 

Based on the latest 2020 data from the US census, the current population of Rocky Ripple is 652. Rocky Ripple, Indiana is the 12,201st largest city in the US. It was founded in 1928; and the town was incorporated as an “included town” as part of Unigov in 1970.

Situated near the Broad Ripple area and adjacent to Butler University and the Butler Tarkington neighborhood, Rocky Ripple offers a high quality of life coupled with low property taxes and convenient access to shopping, recreation, and downtown Indianapolis.

Monthly Rocky Ripple Town Council meetings occur the second Tuesday of each month at 7:30 pm. Meetings are held at the Rocky Ripple Town Hall and can also be accessed through Zoom:

Topic: Rocky Ripple Town Council Meeting
Time: 07:30 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada) Every month on the Second Tuesday
Join Zoom Meeting:
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87132754675
Meeting ID: 871 3275 4675

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Dan Parker, DPW to attend May 10th Rocky Ripple Town Board Meeting: NEWS FLASH:  Dan Parker, Director of City of Indianapolis Department of Public Works (DPW) will attend the 10-May-2022 Rocky Ripple Town Council Meeting to present the rationale for the current Rocky Ripple Floodwall plan, which includes the removal of up to 13 homes, as well as the Rocky Ripple Town Hall.  The agenda for this meeting also includes the Rocky Ripple Town Council voting on whether to proceed to the 60% design stage for this project.  Per DPW, getting to the 60% design stage for the project will provide for a final written plan for the project that will answer pending questions regarding cost specifics, exact property footage, trees and structures affected, and where public access points would be. Please note that this vote is not the final vote from the Rocky Ripple Town Council for moving forward with construction of the project.  This will occur after the final written project plan and a project cooperation agreement between the City of Indianapolis, the Town of Rocky Ripple and Butler University are completed.  This is expected to occur in September, 2022. The Rocky Ripple Town Council meeting is held the second Tuesday of each month at the Rocky Ripple Town Hall at 7:30 pm.  For those that cannot attend the meeting live, it is also broadcast via Zoom.  You can attend remotely by following the meeting link below: Topic: Rocky Ripple Town Council MeetingTime: 07:30 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada) Every month on the Second TuesdayJoin Zoom Meeting:https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87132754675Meeting ID: 871 3275 4675