NEIGHBORHOOD ADVOCATE: Community Updates

  • November 15, 2020 3:46 PM
    Message # 9366501
    Anonymous member (Administrator)
    Marion County Public Health Department Public Health Orders:
    • Please find attached the new Public Health orders announced yesterday by the Marion County Public Health Department. This will go into effect Monday, November 16th at 12am.
    2021 Indy Neighborhood Infrastructure Partnership
    • DPW invites Not-for-profit and community-based organizations across the county to submit their proposals to the matching grant program for transportation infrastructure projects that include sidewalks, street resurfacing, multi-use paths and bridges.
    • Application can be found herehttps://www.indy.gov/activity/major-transportation-projects
    Arts Council & City of Indianapolis Community Connections Grant
    • Designed to support the work of artists as they collaborate with local neighborhoods and organizations to address timely challenges
    • Attached is more information
    • Application can be found here: https://indyarts.org/pafn
    Small Business Winter Grant
    • Grants will help businesses specifically restaurants, bars, and entertainment venues  purchase supplies to enable outdoor dining in the coming winter months. This grant will reimburse up to $2500 for expenses related to winter preparedness during the pandemic. This includes the purchase of heaters, outdoor seating capacity, canopies, and other necessary PPE. Applications for this grant will open this Friday October 30th and will close November 20th.  
    • Application can be found herehttps://response.visitindy.com/winter
    Resident Rental Assistance
    • Any Marion county resident in need of rental assistance is encouraged to fill out the application. This assistance will provide up to three months of rent.  
    • Application can be found here: https://indyrent.org/
    CEG & IPL
    • Offering flexible payment plans for Marion County residents. All are encouraged to call 211 for more information
    Reminder that leaf collection has started
    • Residents can leave up to 40 bags of leaves for pick-up per week during the four-week collection period at no additional cost. Leaf collection will conclude on Friday, December 4, 2020. 
    City Covid-19  Resource page


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