Do you need a place to hold your next family reunion, art show, or large meeting? A newly renovated Town Hall is available for rentals. Click here for Rental Agreement.
Historic Urban Neighborhoods http://www.huniindy.org/
Department of Public Safety: questions about IMPD, Animal Control, Homeland Security, IFD, are all here.
James O. Woodruff, view New York Times obituary
Relive the 4th of July, 2012 parade through photographs from Woodruff resident Tiffini Allen.
Indiana History Museum: Historic archives - loads of old photographs
Indiana Historic Preservation Plan for Woodruff Place
Indiana Landmarks offers a number of resources to help individuals, organizations, and communities preserve, restore, and enjoy historic places.
John Boner Community Center plays a vital role on the Near Eastside
Chase Near Eastside Legacy Center offers a robust menu of services for children, youth, families, seniors and neighborhood residents
National Park Service: Historic Woodruff Place
Indianapolis Department of Metropolitan Development Historic Districts
Nextdoor is a private social network that connects people based on where they live. The website allows Woodruff neighbors to get to know each other, and help each other out. To join, members must register their address and verify it through a postcard sent to their home, a phone call to their publicly listed residential number or a credit card purchase to their billing address. From there, the site is a lot like Facebook. Members create a profile, sharing photos and other details about themselves, and can post comments and updates to the neighborhood news feed. They can also use the site to buy, sell and trade personal goods, as on Craigslist, and recommend businesses, much like Yelp. That information is archived and searchable, unlike traditional e-mail groups.
Once There Was A City is available in the Indianapolis Room at the Indianapolis Marion County Public Library on VHS only. It was produced in the mid-1990s and narrated by Fred Karrasch. According to the description, it shows the development of Woodruff Place from its beginnings to present day (which was in the 1990s). This film may not be checked out.
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