The St. Joe Neighborhood is part of the Rethink 65/70 Coalition urging the City of Indianapolis, INDOT, the Governor's Office, and state legistlators to support the development of an independent, comprehensive, objective, expert-led study of the feasibility, cost, and community benefits of alternatives to simply expanding the existing downtown interstate.



St. Joseph Historic Neighborhood Association, Inc.

April Cleanup

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The Neighborhood

Stay up-to-date by joining the St. Joseph Neighborhood on Nextdoor or read the St. Joe Press in Urban Times!

I-65 I-70 Expansion

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Thanks to everyone who helped this year. It was a great turn-out and the neighborhood looks great! Stay tuned for the 2020 date & location!

Your membership helps support the neighborhood! Dues paid annually.

HUNI Participation


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Upcoming Events

There are lots of ways to get involved in the neighborhood! No offer to help is too small or too big. Reach out!

- Join the board

- Host a summer porch party (July-Oct)

- Volunteer to deliver Urban Times (~1hr/month)

- Join the new St. Joseph Beautification Committee

If you're interested in any or all, email stjoeboard@gmail.com!

  • NATIONAL NIGHT OUT
    Tuesday, Aug 6, 6pm @ 10th & Alabama. Bring side dish and chairs!
  • NEIGHBORHOOD MEETING: Tuesday, Oct. 1, 6:30PM - Indy Central Library (Knall Room)
  • HOLIDAY PARTY - Dec 3 - Save the Date!

Saint Joseph was designated a historic district in 1991.  The Saint Joseph Historic Neighborhood Foundation (SJHNF), a 501(c)(3) non-profit entity, was established in 2002 to facilitate fundraising for neighborhood improvement projects.  Our focus is the improvement of our neighborhood for present and future residents and it's contribution to the greater downtown Indianapolis community.


The SJHNF board is comprised of volunteer members of the Saint Joseph Historic Neighborhood Association (SJHNA) Board of Directors.

Our neighborhood participates in HUNI (Historic Urban Neighborhoods of Indianapolis).  HUNI advocates on behalf of Historic Neighborhoods such as ours.  


They have a wealth of resources, please visit HUNIIndy.com