Changes are in the works for several city-owned golf courses, after the Indianapolis Parks Department agreed to new, 10-year management contracts that are awaiting approval from the City-County Council.
The impending closure of Riverside Golf Course—which opened in 1900 as only the fourth municipal golf course in the country—is part of the city’s master plan for Riverside Park. The city’s second oldest municipal course also is slated for closure.
A towering limestone monument to a long-ago Indianapolis mayor will be transformed into a performance venue at Riverside Park, thanks in part to a Lilly Endowment Inc. grant.
The Indianapolis Parks Department is proposing the creation of public-private partnership involving a health care provider to help pay for a new family event center at Broad Ripple Park.
The plan calls for construction of a 75,500-square foot community center, a river walk and event pavilions, among other attractions.
City park leaders are seeking public input as they kick-start a master-planning process for improvements to the 62-acre piece of land along the White River.
The site where Robert F. Kennedy announced the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr. could soon receive a makeover, new programming and a federal historic designation.
Former Mayor Richard Lugar joined current Mayor Joe Hogsett and former mayors Steve Goldsmith, Bart Peterson and Greg Ballard for Monday's announcement.
As a U.S. attorney, Joe Hogsett was instrumental in arresting dozens of people connected to the club in a 2012 raid. As mayor of Indianapolis, Hogsett wants to transform the infamous site into a park or other community gem.
The city, Keep Indianapolis Beautiful and Eli Lilly and Co. are teaming on a new initiative aimed at beautifying the city.
Indianapolis’ parks have a range of activities to choose from year-round, many at low or no cost.
The 4-mile stretch of the Wapahani Trail will connect White River State Park to a multi-use path on Raymond Street near Eli Lilly and Co.’s 255-acre private park.
The city of will replace one home water well and lower pumps in three others because they're being sucked dry by an irrigation system at a park where crews are building international sports fields.
The Midwestern city best known for its basketball and auto racing is gearing up for a proper game of cricket — the ball-and-bat sport most Americans know only from British films or by surfing through international sports channels.