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City wants your input on development near airport

Posted at 6:56 PM, Nov 13, 2017

INDIANAPOLIS -- City leaders want your input about how to revitalize Indy’s west side, near the Indianapolis Airport.

Economic development officials are gathering input from neighbors, businesses, and other stakeholders on their thoughts for the Airport Economic Development  Area Tax-Increment Financing District (Airport TIF).

The Airport TIF is bordered by Washington Street to the north, Kentucky Road to the south, and Raceway Road on the west and Lynhurst to the east.

City leaders are looking for redevelopment opportunities near the planned Blue Line Bus Rapid Transit stops on Washington Street, such as new businesses, sidewalks, parks, sidewalks, trails and bike lanes.

You can submit your input at a public workshops:

Public Workshop 1 – Thursday, November 16th

  • 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
  • Fleming Gardens Christian Church
  • 530 S Taft Ave, Indianapolis
  • 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
  • M.S.D. of Wayne Township Education Center
  • 1220 S. High School Road, Indianapolis

Kids Welcome – Refreshments Served

If you’re unable to attend the workshop, you can contact:

Ryan Hunt, Principal Program Manager

Economic Incentives

Department of Metropolitan Development | City of Indianapolis


p. 317.327.5355


The information will be used in a formal West Side Strategic Revitalization Plan and Airport TIFimplementation plan.

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