Your City-County Council is working to insure that all residents receive services from the city and access to resources. The Council serves as legislative body for the city of Indianapolis and works tirelessly to insure all residents are equally represented. We invite you to join us during our full Council and committee meetings for upcoming meetings dates and to review proposals.
Council meetings, committees and proposals
Indianapolis City-County Council meetings are held the second Monday of each month unless noted on the Council calendar. Committee meetings are held throughout the month. To learn more about Council, Committee meeting dates and upcoming proposals, click here.
Quiz time! Do you know who your City-County Councillor is and how to reach them? Do you know what IMPD District you live in? Do you know who your Township is? No worries if you didn't pass this quiz with a 3/3, just head over to the following link to find answers to these questions and so much more, click here. Simply type in your address and select an option in the "Show Me" box.
Request Indy gives you the power to make service reports on just about anything - including that pothole that you hit on the way to work every day and that's been sitting on your street for the past 6 months. Request Indy is accessible 24/7 and can be accessed by clicking here or through the free mobile app!
People's Planning Academy
The Department of Metropolitan Development (DMD) and Indianapolis Neighborhood Resource Center (INRC) are recruiting for the first ever People's Planning Academy. The Academy will launch this fall and teach participants all the knowledge and information they need to help shape the future of neighborhoods and districts across Marion County. If you think you have what it takes to be apart of this elite group of planner, click here to pre-register!
Budget glossary and acronyms
It's budget season and we want you to be a part of the conversation. Click here to learn the definition of terms used to describe the budget and how it's managed. Also, if trying to maneuver the alphabet soup of budget abbreviations has you confused, our handy cheat sheet of acronyms will help you understand the discussion. Click here for a complete list.
Mayor's Action Center
The MAC will record all information regarding your request or complaint. The information is then immediately forwarded to the appropriate agency; which will handle the matter. The MAC provides general information about all local governmental services. The MAC will also record your comments or concerns. The MAC can be accessed here.
Annual Leaf Collection Program
Fall is officially here and that means it’s time to break out the trash bags and rakes! Be sure to check out the following link to get the run down on The Department of Public Works Annual Leaf Collection Program! Click here to learn more.