About the Neighborhood Association
The Holy Cross Neighborhood Association exists to foster a sense of community—both within the neighborhood between members, and ensuring our neighborhood stays connected to the ecosystem of the city, state, and surrounding neighborhoods.
The Association attempts to identify and engage all stakeholders in the community and then stimulate collaborations that improve the quality of life for all within.
The Neighborhood Association is not a homeowners association.
The Holy Cross Neighborhood Association’s membership policy is among the most open of Indianapolis neighborhoods. All persons residing, owning property, or owning a business within the neighborhood boundaries are eligible for membership in the Association.
Members are asked to pay voluntary, nominal annual dues of $20 per household. Dues can be paid via cash, check, or credit card at the member meetings.
Dues can also be paid online (coming soon).
The best way to participate in Association activities is by attending the Member Meetings. These occur several times per year.
See the Member Meeting schedule.
The Neighborhood Association is led by a board of directors. This group meets more frequently to set agendas for the member meetings, discuss issues that arise between meetings, and advance ongoing neighborhood projects and initiatives. Participation on the board or any of the committees is open to any member of the association.
For more information or to contact the board, send us an email to [email protected].
Scotty Z. Wilson
chair, Communications committee
chair, Community Engagement committee
chair, Events committee
chair, Land Use committee
Duane Van Laningham
president, Holy Cross Foundation