Please report potholes on Meridian, College, Spring Mill, and 71st/73rd, to the City by contacting the Mayor’s Action Center at 327-4622 or this link: Mayor’s Action Center
If the potholes are on other streets within the Town, send the location including street address to firstname.lastname@example.org. Your prompt notification will help us maintain the high quality of our Town roads, and protect motorists from possible damage to their vehicle.
Eliminate possible breeding grounds for mosquito larvae on your property by cleaning your gutters and downspouts, and preventing standing water in flower pots, tire swings, buckets, etc.
Please call Mosquito Control at 317-221-7440 to request a neighborhood spray or to have the city treat stagnant water on your property.
Indy Snow Force Viewer
During snow events, this map will show which streets are being plowed in real-time and what’s been plowed in the last several hours. You can watch as snow clearing efforts start with the major streets then move to secondary streets to keep Indy moving.
Landscaping in the Right of Way:
Residents of the Town should consider landscaping plantings in the property Right of Way are subject to removal if the Town determines that there is a need to use the Right of Way for Town purposes.
Any landscaping that is planted in the property’s Right of Way is the responsibility of the resident who planted it. The resident shall be responsible for the costs to remove or modify for safety purposes.
Helpful documents as you improve your outdoor space. Always call 811 to locate your utilities before starting any projects!
View more information about fences, ROW, and municipal codes.
When walking in the Town, it is recommended that walking should be done in the opposite direction of traffic. Using this technique increases the visibility for drivers AND walkers and increases the margin of error for safety.
Crosswalks or a pedestrian signal indicate that pedestrians are nearby. Follow these rules or guidelines when pedestrians are in the vicinity:
- Always yield the right of way to pedestrians.
- Do not make a turn that causes a pedestrian to stop, slow down, or make some other special effort to avoid a collision.
- If children are in the vicinity, take special care because children are not fully aware of the dangers of traffic.
- Be respectful of others who have difficulty crossing streets, such as elderly persons or someone with a visual disability.
- Everyone is a pedestrian.
Drivers must routinely share the roadway with bicyclists. On most roadways, bicyclists have the same rights and responsibilities as other roadway users. Drivers should observe the following guidelines when sharing the roadway with bicyclists:
- Drivers may pass a bicyclist when there is a safe amount of room beside the bicyclist (minimum three feet) and when there is no danger from oncoming traffic.
- Drivers must yield the right of way to a bicyclist just as they would to another vehicle.
- A bicyclist is not required to ride in a designated bike lane because the bicyclist has the right to use either the bike lane or the travel lane.
- Avoid turning across the path of a bicyclist.
- When a motorist is turning left and there is a bicyclist entering the intersection from the opposite direction, the driver should wait for the bicyclist to pass before making the turn.
- If a motorist is sharing the left turn lane with a bicyclist, stay behind the cyclist until he or she has safely completed the left turn.
- If a motorist is turning right and a bicyclist is approaching on the right, let the bicyclist go through the intersection first before making a right turn.
- After parking and before opening vehicle doors, a motorist should first check for bicyclists.
- Bicycle paths and lanes shall be used exclusively for the operation of bicycles unless:
- Signs specify joint use with pedestrians.
- The driver is on official duty, such as delivering mail.
- Do not drive or park in bicycle paths or lanes, or place the vehicle in a manner that may impede bicycle traffic on such path or lane.
- Yield the right of way to an individual operating a bicycle on a designated bicycle path or lane.
- Do not move into a bicycle path or lane in preparation for a turn.
- Cross a bicycle path or lane only when turning or when entering or leaving an alley, driveway, or private road.
Pet Care and Litter
Do not dispose of a pet’s feces or litter in the right of way or yard of another property owner. It is your pet and your litter – Please be respectful.
Damage that is incurred to Town property resulting from construction equipment is the responsibility of the property owner who initiated the use of the equipment. Damages may include but not limited to street pavement, signs and landscape repair.