Millersville at Fall Creek Valley, Inc. is a grass-roots volunteer organization that formed in 2009. They work hard to promote the common interests of the more than 25 neighborhoods, including Windridge, plus schools, businesses, institutions and churches surrounding 56th Street and Emerson Way, in the heart of the beautiful Fall Creek Valley, on the northeast side of Indianapolis. Some 7300 residents call Millersville home and this organization is dedicated to preserving and promoting its natural beauty, fascinating history and diverse neighborhoods.
Millersville at Fall Creek Valley is a voice for residents and merchants to preserve and advance neighborhood character and quality of life through collaboration, volunteerism and celebration of community.
Please visit the Millersville at Fall Creek Valley website, where you may sign up for their monthly e-news, just scroll to the bottom of their home page and click on Get our e-news
Millersville at Fall Creek Valley key accomplishments include –
Village beautification – New trees and huge gateway medians brought to life with shrubs, flowers and paths
- A new community park – The Millersville at Fall Creek Preserve, four years in the making!
Adoption of a master plan with guidelines for Millersville based on two years of development with City Planning
- Millersville Treasures tour and book
Summer concerts on the lawn at Public School 106 with the Indianapolis Symphonic Band
A redeveloped shopping center – Business development efforts and village advocacy helped revitalize a badly deteriorating, largely vacant shopping center
Safe sidewalks – Connectivity planning and advocacy leading to new 56th Street sidewalks for safe pedestrian connections between our schools, village, greenway and neighborhoods
Multiple grants and awards supporting Millersville community improvement projects