Whether you are looking for a new place to call home in Indianapolis, or are a current resident of Herron-Morton Place, we welcome you to our website. Here, you can find the most up-to-date information about what is happening in and around our historic neighborhood, our history, meeting notes, pictures of past HMP events, a listing of neighborhood-area charities and businesses, and many ways that you can get involved to help make Herron-Morton Place the best place to live in Indianapolis.
HMP neighbors use Nextdoor for neighborhood updates:
Sharing the loss of Reid Williamson. He passed a few days ago here in Savannah. There is information about him on the HSF page.
Historic Savannah FoundationHistoric Savannah Foundation saves buildings, places, and stories that define Savannah's past, present, and future. We preserve and protect Savannah's heritage through advocacy, education and community involvement.
Progressive Dinner starts tonight (Sat Feb 24) at 5pm at the Hook Home at 1931 N Talbott!
Can’t make it by 5? Next stop is 1956 Central (Hacker Home) at 6:15 pm. Details and full schedule found here: https://nextdoor.com/events/1806001/
Happy Valentine’s day, neighbors! Interested in a Farmers’ Market within walking distance? Join your neighbors at the Herron High School cafeteria on February 28 at 7:00 p.m. to learn more (and how you can help make it a reality).
Hi Neighbors! Our February Herron-Morton Place Association meeting will be TONIGHT (Monday, February 5th) at 7:00 p.m. at the Cannon Ball Brewing Company at 1702 Bellefontaine Street.
Here is the current agenda:
II. Steve Talley, IMPD Representative
III. Robin Knop, Indianapolis Classical Schools Representative
IV. Sheryl Crum, Health Department Representative
V. Ruth Morales, Neighborhood Advocate
VI. Mark Nottingham – Nottingham Realty
VII. Amy DiStaulo – Kennedy King Memorial Initiative
VIII. Announcements & Committee Updates:
HUNI Annual meeting
• Budget & Finance – Ruth O’Nell
o Treasurer’s Report – Ruth O’Nell
• Grievance – Katherine Carlton Robinson
• Safety & Crime Prevention – Jimmy Campbell
• Membership – James Laker
• Beautification & Clean-Up – Sandra McGuinness
• Land Use & Historic Preservation – Jonathan Chumley
• Publicity – Dave Hacker
• Urban Times – Ruth O’Nell
• Children & Families – Carrie Furin
• Art Fair – Katherine Carlton Robinson
• Special Committees:
o Progressive Dinner
IX. Possible Endowment Contribution – Russ Newton
X. Walk-In Items
XI. Next Meeting – March 5, 2018 – Joy of All Who Sorrow
New residents and longtime residents alike are invited to the Laker home (1841 N Delaware St) next Saturday February 3, 2018 between 10:30AM – 12:00PM for a new neighbor brunch. We will provide the food, drinks, and the space to connect. Feel free to stop by at anytime and bring the whole family. Welcome to the Neighborhood! We hope you can stop by and say hi. Please let us know if you can come by Thursday February 1. You can RSVP at https://nextdoor.com/events/1849737 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. See you soon!
Friendly reminder: our next Herron-Morton Place Association meeting is tonight (Monday, January 8th) at 7:00 p.m. at the Joy of All Who Sorrow Church at 16th & Delaware.
Doug Day will be speaking about Destination Fall Creek, the Board will be going over its goals for the year, and we’ll also have our regular committee updates and news.
More info, along with a detailed agenda, is on the Events page: https://nextdoor.com/events/1802542/