List of Indianapolis neighborhoods facts for kids

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The following is a list of neighborhoods and districts within the city limits of Indianapolis, Indiana. Some of these neighborhoods were unincorporated areas and incorporated towns that were annexed by Indianapolis. Others are towns or cities that retain their legal identity as included towns or excluded cities under Unigov, the consolidated city–county government of Indianapolis and Marion County. Many are areas that have always been part of Indianapolis, but have become identified by a particular name.

  • Acton
  • Arden
  • Bates-Hendricks
  • Beech Grove (excluded city)
  • Bosart-Brown
  • Brendonwood
  • Brightwood
  • Broad Ripple Village
  • Brookside Park
  • Butler–Tarkington
  • Camby
  • Castleton
  • Chapel Hill
  • Chatham Arch
  • Clearwater
  • Clermont (included town)
  • College Park
  • Cottage Home
  • Crooked Creek
  • Crown Hill
  • Crows Nest (included town)
  • Cumberland (excluded town)
  • Downtown Indianapolis
  • Drexel Gardens
  • Eagle Creek
  • Eagledale
  • Eastgate
  • Emerson Heights
  • Fall Creek Place
  • Five Points
  • Fletcher Place
  • Fountain Square
  • Gallaudet Station
  • Garfield Park
  • Geist
  • Glendale
  • Golden Hill Historic District
  • Greenbriar
  • Haughville
  • Herron-Morton Place Historic District
  • Holy Cross
  • Homecroft (included town)
  • Hillside
  • Historic Meridian Park
  • Homecroft
  • Indiana Avenue
  • Indianapolis Cultural Districts
  • Irish Hill
  • Irvington
  • Julietta
  • Keystone at the Crossing
  • Kessler Green
  • Lafayette Square
  • Lawrence (excluded city)
  • Little Flower
  • Lockerbie Square Historic District
  • Lockefield Gardens
  • Mapleton-Fall Creek
  • Mars Hill
  • Massachusetts Avenue
  • Meridian Hills (included town)
  • Meridian Woods Park
  • Meridian-Kessler
  • Mickleyville
  • New Augusta
  • Nora
  • Normandy Farm
  • North Crows Nest (included town)
  • Oaklandon
  • Old Northside
  • Park 100
  • Park Lafayette
  • Poplar Grove
  • Post Road
  • Ransom Place
  • Ravenswood
  • Riverside
  • RMS-10 (Rural Street, Michigan Street, Sherman Drive, and 10th Street)
  • Rocky Ripple (included town)
  • Rural-Sherman
  • Saddle Brook
  • Saddle Brook South
  • St. Clair Place
  • Southport (excluded city)
  • Stringtown
  • Speedway (excluded city)
  • Springdale
  • Spring Hill (included town)
  • Sunnyview
  • Traders Point
  • Twin Brooks
  • University Heights
  • Wanamaker
  • Warren Park (included town)
  • Washington Place
  • Watson Park Historic District
  • West Newton (included town)
  • Westwood
  • Windsor Park
  • Wholesale District
  • Williams Creek (included town)
  • Willow Lakes
  • Wincome
  • Woodruff Place
  • Wynnedale (included town)
  • Wenslydale

List of Indianapolis neighborhoods Facts for Kids. Kiddle Encyclopedia.