Indy Parks planners will present a proposed plan for the new Family Center, asking for public input and comment Tuesday, November 19 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. in the current Family Center.
The new facility will feature larger and more versatile programming space and the opportunity for expanded class offerings, while its restored riverbank, outdoor plaza and increased green space will provide greater access to river views. Its design is guided by the 2018 Broad Ripple Park Master Plan which gathered input from hundreds of community residents, both online and during several public meetings.
Please come to the meeting and offer your comments and questions about this proposed plan.
Sign up now for fall programming!
Download our 2019 Fall Fun Guide (PDF, 2.1 MB) and sign up now! Our programs include everything from Aerobics to Zumba, plus Haunted Gingerbread Houses, Baby Gymnastics, Sewing 101, and much, much more. Register by calling (317) 327-7161 or online at indy.gov/parks.
Dog park passes, shelter rentals, & all other park-related questions
Visit the Broad Ripple park office or call (317) 327-7161.
Kathy Fitzgerald, Park Manager, Kathy.Fitzgerald@indy.gov
Ashley Greene, Assistant Park Manager, firstname.lastname@example.org
About this web site
This web site is maintained by the Friends of Broad Ripple Park and does not represent the views of Indy Parks or park staff. To learn the most current information about open hours and fees, contact park staff using the phone number or email addresses above.
Broad Ripple Park has a rich history of hosting iconic public events for more than a century. Friends of Broad Ripple Park’s (FBRP) mission is to support, supplement and share Broad Ripple Park as an historic, natural and recreational resource on behalf of the community at large.
FBRP was actively involved in the process to shape the park’s future, and our group provided an official endorsement of the 2018 Broad Ripple Park Master Plan. FBRP believes this is the best path forward for making desperately needed improvements to allow people to safely enjoy all the park has to offer while maintaining public ownership of the space.