Welcome to the web site exclusively for residents of Whispering Pines. This site will serve as a central point for communication between you, your neighbors, and your neighborhood board. Login to our site or register for our website to access the directory, or post classified ads.
Due to some technical issues we have with our web site, our Board of Directors have decided not to use it any longer to communicate with our residents.
We will instead use the e mail to send any important announcements or emergency warnings that may occur.
The Board will decide how to communicate with the home owners that don’t have an e mail address. It may be in the form of a flyer or newsletter delivered to your mail box by your block captain.
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The Indianapolis Department of Public Works is cancelling heavy trash pickup services on Friday, July 17 to focus on the removal of the debris from Monday night’s storm.
Residents affected by the heavy trash cancellation will receive heavy trash pickup services Saturday, July 18.
Weekly trash pickup for Friday, July 17 will operate as normal and regular trash items will still be collected.
The City is also asking residents to contact the Mayor’s Action Center at 327-4MAC or use RequestIndy if they would like to place storm debris out for collection. An acceptable form of storm debris includes the following:
Small trees in manageable bundles
Limbs and logs, generally 3’ or less in length
There is no limit on the amount of debris that can be set out to be picked up.
There was a theft of golf clubs last week on Wednesday evening at 2328 Whispering Way. They were taken from the garage which had been left open. Police were notified about the theft.
Please, always close your garage door. We drive at night at our subdivision to check and always find some garage doors that had been left open inadvertently.
Posted Jul 06, 2015 | 0 comments
When our Welcoming Committee greets new homeowners, please get their names, phone NO. and e mail address if they have one. The WP Board should have a Master Directory so we can update it every time a new homeowner arrives at WP. Then please pass along this information to the Block Captains so we are aware of the new neighbors in our block.
This last time we had to communicate with the people in our block to informing them about the porch furniture theft at Quite Ct., I didn’t have the names or phone NOS. of 3 of my neighbors.
We will have our annual 4th of July parade on Saturday July 4th. We will meet at the front entrance at 10am. Please try to attend and send your children to ride their bikes in front of the Fire Truck. The children are welcome to decorate their bikes with bright colors and our flag.
There is a service man knocking at doors asking if we want pest control service. Homeowners did not see a vehicle. He was wearing a bright blue shirt with a logo in bright yellow. Obviously he parks and starts walking knocking at doors. All we can do at this point, if he knocks at your door, is to warn him that what he is doing Is illegal. We have a large sign posted at the front entrance stating “No soliciting allowed at WP”
Hi everyone. I just received a call from Pam Smith, 2339 Quiet Court, and sometime between 11:30 last night (Friday) and 8:00 today all their front porch furniture was stolen. Pam said their lights were on all night. The police have been notified. Sue, please spread the word with your neighbors so they are aware and can spread the word. Please be vigilant and always keep your front porch and back lights on at night and report any suspicious activity to Police.
5th Annual Mayors’ Veterans & Family Appreciation DayJoin Mayor Greg Ballard and mayors from Lawrence, Beech Grove, Southport, Greenfield and Speedway City Manager in welcoming Marion County area veterans and their families with a picnic, fish fry, games, and a classic car, truck and motorcycle show. Lunch is free to veterans and their families – all others are $5. The celebration will take place from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. this Saturday, June 13 at Garfield Park.
2015 annual WP garage sale
We will have our annual 2015 garage sale on Saturday June 13. You can start as early as you like and finish as late as you want. Here is our opportunity for that Spring clean up. Let’s get all those extra unwanted items from the garage and house and turn them into good money.
On June 1, 2015, the Mayor’s Action Center (MAC) will begin using a new internal system to process your requests for city services. By streamlining the way MAC representatives enter, process, and query requests, the new system will allow us to provide an even higher level of customer service.
Since Mayor Ballard took office more than 7 years ago, the MAC has worked to make it as easy as possible for constituents to request government services. We cut wait times from more than 1 ½ minutes to less than 23 seconds, added web-based and mobile options, and invited customer feedback to improve the way we operate. In order to continue our trend of enhanced service, a technology upgrade is necessary. With this newest initiative, the MAC will be among the first municipal government call centers to implement Salesforce’s cloud-based system and will be able to process requests more efficiently. Frequent MAC users will notice increased speed in tracking the status of a request and enhanced accuracy in the way services are dispatched to respond to a request once the system is fully functional.
During the system transition, callers may experience longer than usual wait times. The MAC team thanks you in advance for your cooperation, patience and understanding during this time. Please review the bullets below for additional information regarding service changes and improvements as a result of this system upgrade.
Live Mayor’s Action Center Operations:
• You will still be able to request City services by calling the MAC at 327-4MAC (4622) weekdays from 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
• On Friday, May 29, the MAC will close at 12:00 p.m. in preparation for the new system launch. The MAC will reopen for normal business hours beginning on Monday, June 1 at 7:30 a.m. During this brief closure, you may still enter service requests via www.indy.gov/RequestIndy or by using the free RequestIndy mobile app.
• The first time you call the MAC on or after June 1, a representative will ask for your contact information. By providing your contact information, your phone number will now automatically be linked to all of your activities with the MAC. This new feature will allow MAC representatives to enter requests and track status updates faster.
• The option to place an anonymous report will still be available, even when using your contact information. If you provide your contact information and place an anonymous report, your contact information will not be accessible on the report for any public record request.
• You can still submit a request for service online anytime through RequestIndy at www.indy.gov/requestindy or through the free mobile app for Android and iPhone devices. These services will not change.
• To check the status of cases entered before June 1st via RequestIndy, please call the Mayor’s Action Center during normal business hours (Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.) Status updates on cases entered after June 1st will be accessible through the RequestIndy status check feature.