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.
Please come out to join us on Saturday, April 7th @ 9AM at the Northwest Corner of 10th & Alabama.
St. Joseph Historic Neighborhood Association, Inc.
Information about upcoming events is also listed in the St. Joe Press section of the Urban Times and through neighborhood eBlasts. [Updated 7/30/18]
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
St. Joe is encouraging residents to learn more about the planned INDOT I-65 / I-70 North Split Expansion Project. One of the ways to increase awareness and support the Rethink 65 / 70 Coalition is Yard Signs.
Deliveries only available within St. Joe or within walking distance nearby.
Yard Sign sales are temporarily unavailable. Please contact Young & Laramore if you would like to purchase one at this time. Please note they do not deliver, you will need to pick it up. Thanks!
Join us, and contribute to making St. Joseph a wonderful place to call home.
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.