Nora-Northside Community Council, Inc. (NCC)

NCC Profile

Nora Northside Community Council



Nora-Northside Community Council, Inc., P.O. Box 40324, Indianapolis, IN, 46240
http://www.noracouncil.org


Special Announcements

Disputing rumors

It’s been reported by some that Nora-Northside Community Council, Inc. (NCC) Board of Directors supports a new middle school and the Washington Township Schools (WTS)’ petition for referenda scheduled for a community vote on May 5,  2020.  This is a serious misunderstanding which this memo seeks to correct.

The NCC Board at this time neither supports nor objects to the new school nor the referenda.  Yes, the Board is discussing land use details regarding the development of a new school on the parcel at the SW corner of 91st St./College Ave.  Such details would be needed should the referenda pass and WTS moves ahead with building the new school. Discussion of land use details does not imply in any way support of the development but is normal protocol followed with any developer with a proposed development plan anyplace in the NCC area of interest.  Continuing this land use investigation, WTS is scheduled to share transportation studies at the NCC Board’s regularly scheduled monthly public meeting on March 5, 2020, 7 p.m., Nora Library.

WTS’s presentation of referenda information is scheduled for NCC Board’s regularly scheduled public meeting on April 2, 2020, 7 p.m., Nora Library.

All interested members of the community are welcome to attend these public NCC meetings. No RSVP or reservations required.

Ruth Hayes, NCC President


Did you know?

  • The area of interest of the Nora-Northside Community Council, Inc. (NCC) covers some 12 square miles with a population of approximately 25 to 28,000 residents.Nora logo
  • NCC is not a neighborhood association.  It is a civic umbrella organization.
  • There are some 60 (depending on current organizational leadership) individual (local) neighborhoods under the NCC umbrella.
  • NCC is an “all-volunteer army” with no paid staff or offices.  Members of the Board and other volunteers give hundreds of hours each year working to achieve the mission of NCC.
  • A public forum is held regularly by the NCC Board of Directors on the first Thursday of each month at the Nora Library, 8625 North Guilford. The usual starting time is 7:00 p.m..

Purposes of the Nora Council:

  • Provide a forum for the public discussion of matters of interest to the community
  • Distribute information to the public on matters of interest to the community
  • Promote orderly growth, development and enhancement of the community
  • Promote the general welfare of people in the community.

NCC Area of Interest

NCC boundaries are the White River on the east (southward around the Broad Ripple oxbow), Williams Creek and 79th St. on the south, Township Line Road on the west, and 96th and I-465 on the north.   See NCC neighborhoods below.

Neighborhoods within NCC Area

Belle Meade
Bridgefield
Canterbury
Cedar Knoll
College Commons
Cornerbrook
Cricket Tree
Driftwood Hills
Edgewater
Golden Oaks
Greenbriar
Homestead Lakes
Iron Springs
Kings Cove
Lake at the Crossing
Lions Gate
Mayfair
Meridian Square
Meridian Woods
Misty Lake
Muir Woods
Mystic Bay
Nora Woods
Northbrook
Northern Hills
North Willow Farms
Oakmont
Olde Mill
One West
Overlook
Oxbow
Park Meridian
Pennsylvania Heights
Pennwood
Pickwick
Pickwick Commons
Pine Drive
Renaissance Bay
River Park
Rosebay Commons
Roundtree
Sherwood Forest
Somerset Hills
Spirit Lake
Spring Lake at Tamarack
Spring Mill Woods
Sugar Tree
Sunset Heights
Surrey Park
Tamarack
Town of Williams Creek
Towne Park
Tree Top
Two West
Villages of Longwood
White River/Union Chapel
Williams Cove
Williamshire
Williston Green
Willow Springs
Willowwood
Windcombe
Winston Woods

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