Historic Urban Neighborhoods of Indianapolis (HUNI)

Indianapolis Historic Preservation Commission

Certificate of Appropriateness Application
Required for certain exterior changes to homes/property in a historic district

Neighborhood Map

St. Joseph Preservation Plan 

Getting Around

Bikes and Scooters

Remember that every lane is a bike lane.  Cyclists have the right to use almost any city road.
Bicyclists and scooters must follow the same rules as autos. Yield to pedestrians and obey traffic signals. Ride on the street and not the sidewalk. Our sidewalks are narrow.

Blue Indy Electric Cars

Locations throughout downtown and beyond – including the airport
No parking fees, no insurance
Daily, weekly, annual rates and special student annual rate.

Details at

IndyGo/Red Line

See bus pass details and transit maps & schedules at




General Issues

Potholes, missed trash collections, abandoned vehicles, traffic signals, signs, zoning violations, etc.

Mayors Action Center (MAC): 317-327-4MAC(4622)

Council office: 317-327-4242

Mayor's office: 317-327-3601

Download the RequestIndy app to report common items

Public Safety

Emergency: 911

Police non-emergency: 317-327-3811

Animal control: 317-327-1397

Business & Neighborhood Services (BNS) - formerly Code Enforcement: 317-327-8700

IMPD Community Relations - Officer Kim Evans:

Government Representatives

City-County Councilman, District 17 - Zach Adamson: 317-327-4241 /

IN House of Representatives: 317-232-9600

IN Senate: 317-232-9400

US Congressman Andre Carson: 317-283-6516

US Senator Mike Braun: 317-226-5555

US Senator Todd Young: 317-226-6700


Citizen's Energy




Helpful Resources

Be sure to join the St. Joseph neighborhood on Nextdoor for up-to-date news and information, but below are helpful resources for moving to the neighborhood.

Learn about upcoming events/activities by joining the neighborhood mailing list or on Instagram @HistoricStJoseph.