Historic Irvington Community Council Inc.

Cause Area

  • Community


PO Box 19721Indianapolis, IN 46219 United States

Organization Information

Mission Statement

Oversee historic preservation of local area labeled as Irvington, city of Indianapolis, state of Indiana.


Founded in 1970, the Council a 501(c)3 organization provides a voice to the city on Irvington issues such as public services and zoning and works to improve the community and the lives of its residents. Highlights of the Council's efforts include the annual Halloween Festival, Town Hall meeting and Luminaria as well as a new event planned for this coming Spring. The Council meets monthly except for December on the third Tuesday of each month at 7 p.m. in the basement of the Irvington Presbyterian Church, 55 S. Johnson Avenue. The public is encouraged to attend. The Council is made up of members from four districts and at-large members. Elections are held in May of odd numbered years. Councilors serve two-year terms


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by Anna M. (Administrator for this Organization) (August 6, 2014)
One of the funnest opportunities for community building! Irvington is known for their haunted homes & spooky history. This neighborhood goes all out when it comes to Halloween -- house decorating, costume contests, masquerade parties, pumpkin carving, and tons of creepy-fun events for all ages (from kids' activities to bar parties). Irvington is a charming historic district on the east side of Indianapolis. Unique shops, independent restaurants, creative entertainment, craft breweries, century old architecture, a strong community, and all things Halloween make up the essence of Irvington.

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