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RebuildIndy 2​​

 ​​More Neighborhood Improvements Planned For Indianapolis


RebuildIndy is Mayor Ballard's initiative to restore deteriorating thoroughfares, residential streets, sidewalks and bridges, and other City assets​. 

From 2010-2013 about $500 million in infrastructure improvements were made throughout Marion County through the RebuildIndy program. 

Still, the need is great, particularly in light of the 2013-2014 winter season — the harshest in Indianapolis history — which has left many of our streets in disrepair. 

Under the leadership of Mayor Greg Ballard, Indianapolis has a plan to address our City's sweeping infrastructure needs without raising taxes. The plan is called RebuilIndy 2, and it will allow DPW to continue the successful RebuildIndy program with up to $350 million in projects over three years. 


Next Meeting: 

Mayor's Night Out
Thursday, April 17 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. 
Chapel Hill 7th and 8th Grade Center
7320 W. 10th Street 
Indianapolis, IN 46214
 

​Scope of RebuildIndy 2 Projects
 
The projects planned with RebuildIndy 2 will improve aging infrastructure throughout Indianapolis and increase pedestrian and motorist safety.
 
If approved, RebuildIndy 2 would fund more than $50 million in sidewalks and more than $100 million in street repairs—including all of our highest priority street resurfacing needs in Marion County. 

Furthermore, the RebuildIndy 2 plan supports the recently adopted Complete Streets ordinance that requires DPW to achieve a better connected Indianapolis with sidewalks, trails and greenways.
 
 
When can work begin?
 
These needed projects will begin as soon as the RebuildIndy 2 plan gains approval by the City-County Council. Citizens are encouraged to contact their City-County Councillors and urge them to support this plan to invest in our neighborhoods.

 

RebuildIndy 2

Would you like to make your voice heard? Your comment will be submitted to the City Council and help officials make the most informed decision on providing future infrastructure improvement funding.

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RebuildIndy Investment Highlight

RebuildIndy 2013 Project List  
2012 Project Map  
Investment Press Releases
1/14/2014 - CITY TO BEGIN RECONSTRUCTION OF KEYSTONE OVER FALL CREEK BRIDGE
10/3/2013 - SHERMAN DRIVE BRIDGE TO RECEIVE MUCH NEEDED IMPROVEMENTS
7/30/2013 - CITY LAUNCHING CONSTUCTION OF VERMONT STREET PLAZA
5/22/2013 - CITY'S 2013 CONSTRUCTION SEASON UNDERWAY
4/13/2012 - 2012 REBUILDINDY CONSTRUCTION SEASON BEGINS
9/9/2011 - MAYOR ANNOUNCES $40 MILLION IN NEW REBUILDINDY IMPROVEMENTS
5/18/2011 - MAYOR BALLARD DETAILS $55 MILLION IN REBUILDINDY PROJECTS
2/8/2011 - MAYOR UNVEILS $32 MILLION IN NEW REBUILDINDY PROJECTS
9/9/2010 - INDIANAPOLIS TO BENEFIT FROM MAYOR BALLARD'S $55 MILLION INFRASTRUCTURE PLAN TO "REBUILDINDY"

 

 Major Projects

2012 Alley Program
71st Street Bike Lane Project
Abandoned Homes Program
CityWay Streetscape Project
Indianapolis North Flood Damage Reduction Project
W. 17th Street and Livingston Avenue Area Drainage
More Projects

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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