2024 Annual Meeting and More!

A community spotlight from

Millersville at Fall Creek Valley

Curious about all that's happening in your neighborhood?

Then please join us NEXT MONDAY at Cathedral HS for our interactive 2024 Annual Meeting!

Featuring community updates from:

  • City County Councilor Dan Boots (D-3)
  • City County Councilor Keith Graves (D-9)
  • City County Councilor Ron Gibson (D-8)
  • Millersville Board Members and Volunteers

56th Street Trail | $10K INRC Grant | Beautification Efforts

Please forward this invitation to friends, neighbors, and your HOA Boards,

and we can't wait to see you at the meeting!

Click Here for a Map to the Shiel Student Life Center

Save the Date:


Our BIGGEST Cleanup of the YEAR!

WHEN: Saturday, May 18 at 10 AM

WHERE: Meet at Lincoln Square Pancake House for refreshments, map, and cleaning supplies.

5024 E 56th St, Indianapolis IN

WHAT: Community Cleanup Event with special "Trashure Hunt" to win free gift cards!


Millersville | Keep Indianapolis Beautiful | White River Alliance | Marion County Soil and Water Conservation District

Join Keep Indianapolis Beautiful, the White River Alliance, and the Marion County Soil and Water Conservation District to help clean litter from stormwater inlets and drainage ditches along Fall Creek Parkway--and protect and preserve an important natural resource of Central Indiana--Fall Creek! Cleaning litter from stormwater inlets and drainage ditches helps improve our water quality while protecting our waterways, local wildlife, and ecosystems from pollution. Litter prevention is one of the easiest things we can do to keep our city clean, but it takes all of us doing our part!




9:30AM - 12PM EDT

Join staff from the Marion County Soil and Water Conservation District and Friends of the White River and neighborhood representatives from Millersville at Fall Creek Valley, Inc. for a Stream Steward Workshop to learn how to become a more responsible riparian property owner! The workshop will be held at a beautiful spot on Fall Creek and will highlight several facets of streambank management including the following topics:

  • Keeping trash out of our waterways
  • Invasive plant identification and treatment options (including a Weed Wrangle activity!)
  • Sediment and erosion control strategies
  • Native plant and live stake installation options
  • Distribution of a Stream Steward Guide Resource

The program is funded with the generous support of the Nina Mason Pulliam Charitable Trust. Another component of the grant in addition to the workshops focuses on the problem of illegal dumping along the river’s banks.

Click here for more information and registration!

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