Get Involved

Volunteering in Windridge:

Volunteers are an important component of what makes Windridge a wonderful place to call home. By giving of their time, energy, skills, and resources, volunteers help ensure that our quality of life here is enriched and sustained. With a community of our size, there are many ways you can add an invaluable extra element to our neighborhood.


  • Directors are elected by the owners, with each Director serving for a three-year term.
  • Elections are held each December at the annual meeting to elect replacements for retiring Directors.
  • As you would expect, the Board is responsible for overseeing the Association’s budget development, monitoring expenditures, and ensuring the community’s infrastructure and condo exteriors are well maintained. These complex tasks are central to the Board’s fiduciary responsibility to the Association.
  • In addition, the Board reviews all landscape and architectural requests and works closely with the Property Manager to ensure that repairs are well executed and competitively priced.
  • The Board addresses concerns presented by owners at the Board’s monthly meetings and takes action when it is deemed appropriate and feasible.
  • To help streamline the Board’s activities, members also serve on a variety of wide ranging committees addressing areas as varied as Association insurance coverage, Millersville community relations, legal issues, budget preparation, and more.

This is without question one of the most important ways owners can contribute to our community. As noted above, owners can work directly with Board members in everything from budget recommendations to landscape improvements to community social activities. Committee volunteers make new friends while actively working to make a real difference in the Windridge community. Contact the Office to arrange to have a Board member discuss available options with you. Your participation on HOA committees can make such a huge difference.
For those owners who have an interest in financial planning for the community, this is the place for you.  Volunteers meet in the Fall of each year to help develop recommendations for the community’s next annual budget, using the Property Manager’s recommendations as the critical starting point.  If interested, contact HOA Treasurer, Tom Costello at

Owners who serve on this committee help oversee the Association’s investments, ensuring that investments are profitably and wisely allocated to help fund the capital reserve. If interested,  contact HOA, Treasurer, Tom Costello at

This owner Committee works closely with the Property Manager in developing the Association’s 20-year plan for expenditures and infrastructure maintenance. If interested, contact HOA President, Frank Rodebaugh at

Volunteers on this committee help with the quarterly newsletter publication.  This committee can also help on the welcome committee if they choose.  If you are interested in volunteering on this committee, contact Christine Collier at 317-695-7010 or

    The Windridge Welcome Committee reaches out to all new homeowners to welcome them to our beautiful neighborhood and share pertinent information about life in the Windridge community.  We would love to have more volunteers.  For more information, please contact Elle Hugar Laker at 317-999-3858.

OUR VISION: Create a balance between cultivated and natural landscapes that enhances both the physical environment and property values while meeting fiscal obligations.

The Landscape Committee (LC) is all about property values and supports that vision. This is a can-do group of people, and the best part is that the group is made up of gardeners who know and share their knowledge helping us all to be better stewards of Mother Earth. If you are interested in joining the committee, contact HOA Landscape Liaison, Beverly Watkins at 312-513-6309 or                                                                               FAQs Windridge Landscape 2024


Volunteers on this committee help plan and host various community social activities during the year. Volunteer participation helps ensure that we have many opportunities to socialize with other Windridge owners.  If you are interested in volunteering on this committee, contact Christine Collier at 317-695-7010 or

Reach out to the contact listed if you would like to be included in their email activity notices.

  • BRIDGE:  Elle Keppler at – 317-549-2358 – meets 1st  and 3rd Thursdays of the month at 12:00 pm.
  • MAHJONG:  Roseanne Taylor at – 239-851-2551. This group meets on Tuesdays, 1:00 – 3:30 pm. To learn the rules of the game, contact Roseanne Taylor for free lesson.
  • CHAIR YOGA: Elle Hugar Laker at – 317-999-3858; meets Tuesdays &Fridays from 10:00 – 11:00 am.
  • PAGE TURNERS BOOK CLUB:  Susie McAllister at – 317-902-7147, or Kathleen Roman at – 317-686-1058; meets 2nd  Monday of the month 10-11 am.
  • CHEAP EATS:  Marion & Mary Dunson at or -315-546-1467; meets 1st Friday of the month at 11:30 am.
  • MIX & MINGLE:  Stephanie Denson at – 603-380-0121; The Mix & Mingle activities dates and times can be found on the website under the Windridge news tab.   If you are interested in hosting a Mix & Mingle, please contact Stephanie Denson.                                 Mix and Mingle Newcomers 2024
  • STEP INTO SUSTAINABILITY:  If you have a personal interest in recycling or wonder what just one individual person can do to support sustainability within their individual household  you are welcome to join this special interest group that explores the ways individuals can get involved.  Contact Marilyn Slemenda at or 317-752-8396

Are you interested in sponsoring a new activity?  Reach out to your Social Liaison, Chris Collier at


Millersville at Fall Creek

Our condo community is fortunate to be part of what is generally acknowledged as one of the best (or, frankly, THE best) community associations in Indianapolis. Formed when over 50 local businesses and 30 neighborhoods came together to improve, protect, and develop the area in which we live. Millersville at Fall Creek is blessed to have members who are active, effective, and committed. (One of Windridge’s current Board members has, for example, served on the Millersville Association for several years.)

This association has worked tirelessly to improve our area’s business landscape, enhance the attractiveness of its public areas, and vigorously advocate for the community with Indianapolis’ agencies and governing bodies.

To learn more about the Association, to receive their newsletter, or to learn more about the interesting history of the Millersville area, go to www.millersvillefcv.comAt that website, you can also learn more about upcoming local events, current issues, and local volunteering opportunities.  As you might expect, the Association is always looking for volunteers to help with its many projects. 



William Winpenny Mill

Site of three early grist mills on Fall Creek erected in 1839