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Mayor Ballard and DPW

March 11, 2014
Dear Neighbors,

Join Mayor Greg Ballard and Department of Public Works (DPW) officials tonight at 6pm at Christians United Church, 900 N. Mitthoeffer Rd. for a public meeting about RebuildIndy 2. Mayor Ballard has a plan to invest $350 million over three years into our neighborhoods and he would like your input. RebuildIndy 2 would allow DPW to address all of the City’s highest priority street resurfacing needs and invest more than $50 million in sidewalks—increasing pedestrian and driver safety around Marion County. This has been an extraordinarily harsh winter, and it has taken a serious toll on our neighborhood streets and major thoroughfares.

I hope you will join Mayor Ballard to learn more about RebuildIndy 2 and offer your thoughts and suggestions on the work our community needs most!

Posted Mar 11, 2014 under Neighborhood and City Related | 0 comments

The MAC wants YOU to join the pothole posse!

Join the Pothole Posse!!

You can report potholes in the following ways:

  • Online at indy.gov/pothole
  • Using the free RequestIndy smartphone app
  • Via the Indy Pothole Viewer at indy.gov/indypotholeviewer
  • By calling the Mayor’s Action Center at (317) 327-4622

Whispering Pines HOA encourages you to report any potholes in our own community! Let’s keep our streets safe for vehicles, precious residents and guests. Thank you for your cooperation!

Posted Feb 25, 2014 under Neighborhood and City Related | 0 comments

Please keep sidewalks clean

Feb. 5th, 2014

Be a good neighbor‐ Shovel your sidewalks!

Businesses, homeowners, and those occupying any premise are responsible for clearing sidewalks of snow and ice to allow for safe pedestrian travel.

This is THE CODE!
Revised Code of the Consolidated City and County
Sec. 431‐106. Clearing snow and ice from sidewalks.

(a) The occupant of any premises, and the owner of any unoccupied premises, are required to keep the sidewalks in front of or adjacent to such premises cleared, so far as is practicable and reasonable, from snow and ice in order to facilitate pedestrian use of such sidewalks. The word “occupant,” as used in this section, shall be deemed to mean the person occupying for business, residence or other purposes the first floor of any building situated on the premises so occupied; and if the first floor of any building is not occupied, then such premises shall be deemed and held to be unoccupied and the owner or lessee of the entire premises shall be required to keep the sidewalks in front of or adjacent to the premises reasonably cleared from snow and ice. (b) In case snow or ice has accumulated or fallen on any sidewalk or is continuing to fall after 7:00 p.m., it shall be removed, if practical to do so, or a sufficient path be cleared by the occupant or owner before 9:00 a.m. of the following day. If any snow or ice has fallen or accumulated on any sidewalk after 9:00 a.m., it shall be removed or a path cleared by the occupant or owner by 7:00 p.m. of such day,

if the snow has ceased to fall by that time. In either of the foregoing events, the occupant or owner shall be deemed and held to have complied with the provisions of this section.

As far as WP residents, please remember we have many youngsters living at the subdivision more than willing to help with the snow removal from your driveway/sidewalk for a small fee.


Posted Feb 05, 2014 under Neighborhood and City Related | 0 comments

White van seen at WP

Jan. 24, 2014 (2nd notice, first one didn’t get through)

Dear Neighbors,
There has once again been a white van in our neighborhood stopping at houses and asking if the residents want to buy meat. This van or one similar to it has been spotted in other nearby neighborhoods where there have also been several break-ins. If you should see this van in Whispering Pines, please try, if you can, to get a license number or a good description of the van and, if possible, the person/persons in it. You can then contact your Block Captain with any information or one of the WP Board members. Or you could also call the police or one of our policemen WP homeowners so they can check the driver and see if he has a police record and why he targets WP to make his rounds. As the sign states at our front entrance, THERE IS NO SOLICITING in our neighborhood. Once again, we encourage you to keep a watchful eye for each other and be cautious when you open your front door.

Posted Jan 24, 2014 under Crime watch and Neighborhood | 0 comments

WP Landscape Project

As you are aware, the major landscape project around the front entrance and pond has begun. Now that the two beautiful, brick accent walls are complete, Dave’s Lawn & Landscape (DLL) will begin the irrigation and grass seeding process very soon. They will apply Round UP on the existing grass in front of the new walls and all along Brookville Road. Therefore, existing grass will turn brown as it dies. However, this will help with seeding the new grass and provide a much better outcome.

In addition, DLL will need to cut down and remove the rest of the pine trees that are dead or dying (around the front entrance). Once the landscape project is complete, the front area will be filled with new, healthy trees, etc. The front area will look better than ever!

The WPHOA wants to thank you, in advance, for your patience during this transformation!

Posted Aug 07, 2013 under WP Neighborhood | 0 comments

Reporting Street Light Issues

IPL: 261-8111 (Call to report street light issues)

Type of pole: Fiberglass

Facility # (located on the pole, 6 to 8 ft. high): Black numbers with yellow background

Type of light: Post Top Luminaire – Washington

TO REPORT ONLINE (www.iplpower.com): Storm and Outage Info > Report Street or Security Light Problems/Outage > Report a Street Light Problem

Thank you! :)

Posted Feb 19, 2013 under WP Neighborhood | 0 comments

Issue & Concern Submission Form

Dear Residents,

In an effort to preserve our beautiful, CUSTOM-BUILT neighborhood, we encourage everyone to take an active part by maintaining your respective property according to the By-laws and Covenants of Whispering Pines.

We can prevent our properties and neighborhood from becoming unsightly! Let’s work together to keep our home values at a premium!!

A form (Issue & Concern Submission Form) has been placed in the Documents section of this website. If you would like to submit an issue or concern, please complete this form and give it to any Board member. Your concern will be reviewed and investigated by the Board. However, details surrounding the investigation and/or outcome may remain confidential.

Thank you, in advance, for sharing your concern when necessary!

Kind regards,
Whispering Pines HOA Board

Posted Jun 27, 2012 under WP Neighborhood | 0 comments

Trash Collection

PLEASE REMEMBER that trash and recycle bags, containers, etc., should only be visible on our scheduled collection day (per the Whispering Pines Covenants).

Thank you for your effort in keeping our neighborhood beautiful!

Posted Jan 13, 2012 under City Related | 0 comments

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