The BRVA serves as the area’s resident association, merchant association, community development corporation and office of tourism.
We provide a voice for the stakeholders of Broad Ripple, representing businesses and residents to collaboratively push projects that make a positive impact on our community.
Continue to work with DPW on the repaving projects slated for the year
Complete annual infrastructure assessment and advocate for city to address priority issues
Continue to work collaboratively with IMPD to ensure Broad Ripple remains a safe place to visit, work and live. We regularly work with IMPD North District Commander Josh Barker on issues such as panhandling, vagrancy, opioid addiction, theft, and violence.
Continue to work with IndyGo and constituents on the Red Line to ensure a successful project.
Continue advocacy for the completion of the flood wall and the designation of the North Indianapolis Flood Improvement District.
- Work with bar and restaurant owners to ensure that nightlife is not disruptive to a family-friendly, clean, safe Broad Ripple.
We are creating a Cultural District that is economically vibrant. We advocate for a diverse mix of businesses to keep Broad Ripple self-contained and livable for all.
Support businesses by telling their story and connecting them to resources and opportunities to collaborate.
Support our important cultural anchors.
Proactively recruit unique local, small, and independent businesses that fill retail and service gaps.
Add cultural attractions to our community.
- Monon Place Apartments, 5934 Carvel Avenue, added 136 new apartments in 2014, 99%+occupied
- The Coil, 6349 College Avenue, new building with 151 apartments, 2017, 90%+occupied
- Park 66 Flats, 66th and Ferguson, new building with 108 apartments, 2017, 86%+occupied
- River House, 6311 E. Westfield Boulevard, 86 units, 2018, 70%+occupied
- The Line, 6364 E. Westfield Boulevard (former Rogers pool site), 130 units
- The Ripple, 1430 Broad Ripple Avenue, 36 units
- The MK, 5858 N. College Ave, 100 units plus retail
Occupancy rates updated 5-14-2019
We are creating a unique place by enhancing the physical appearance of the Village. We do this through our Land Use & Design Committee (LUD), as well as working closely with our local elected officials and City agencies.
Advance the redesign of Broad Ripple Avenue to a “Georgia Street” concept with wider sidewalks, decorative lighting, street trees, the ability to close vehicular traffic for large events, and more.
Advance the Riverwalk Promenade project.
Form a group to oversee sustainability efforts.
Implement the guidelines in the (Envision) Broad Ripple Plan
Follow up on developer commitments.
Develop signage guideline overlay specific to Broad Ripple.
Update our way-finding maps.
Continue to add murals around Broad Ripple.
We are raising the profile of Broad Ripple by marketing the Cultural District’s unique assets to customers, potential investors, businesses, local citizens and visitors.
Implement an annual communication plan that highlights the Village’s unique assets to residents and visitors
Produce a visitor’s guide and map.
Coordinate events that attract visitors and tell the Broad Ripple’s story.
Facilitate Village-wide participation in Small Business Saturday.
Manage a cooperative advertising program.
Manage merchandising program.