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Broad Ripple is a neighborhood located on the northeast side of Indianapolis, bounded by the White River, Keystone Avenue, Kessler Boulevard, and Meridian Street.
Butler-Tarkington is a neighborhood on the near northwest side of Indianapolis bounded by the Central Canal and Michigan Road, the west side of Meridian Street, 38th Street, and Westfield Boulevard.
Clay Township is bounded on the south by Marion County (96th Street), the west by Boone County (Michigan Road), the east by White River, and the north by 146th Street.  The City of Carmel is located in the east central portion of Clay Township and has been the largest center of population throughout the township’s long history.
Crooked Creek is bounded by 79th Street on the north, White River on the east, 38th Street on the south and Township Line and Lincoln Roads on the west.
The Cumberland Area is bounded by: Post Road to the west, 700 w to the east, just south of Washington or US 40 to the south, and I70 to the north. Based on interviews with residents of this area these boundaries are not always consistent with local conceptions.
The boundaries of the Fountain Square neighborhood are often debated, but one such description lists Washington Street on the north, State Avenue on the east, Pleasant Run on the South, and Madison Avenue on the west.
The Greater Southeast (GSE) Neighborhood is bound by Washington Street on the north; Sherman Drive, Perkins Avenue, and Rural Street on the east (excluding the town of Beech Grove); I-465 on the South; and Meridian Street on the west. The GSE Neighborhood encompasses all or portions of historic Indianapolis neighborhoods such as Fletcher Place, Fountain Square, Garfield Park, University Heights, Irish Hill, and Holy Rosary-Danish Church.
Greenwood is the northernmost city in Johnson County. The city is bound on the north by County Line Road, the southern boundary between Johnson and Marion Counties.  On the east, Greenwood is bordered by I-65 and by State Road 135 on the west.
The Irvington neighborhood is bounded on the north by East 10th Street, on the east by Edmondson Avenue, on the south by Brookville Road, and on the west by Emerson Avenue.
The Lawrence-Geist Area neighborhood is bounded roughly by Lee Road and Fall Creek on the west, the Geist Reservoir on the north, County Line Road on the south, and 62nd Street and 56th Street on the south.
The Mapleton-Fall Creek neighborhood is bounded on the north by 38th Street; on the southeast by Fall Creek Parkway North Drive and on the west by Meridian Street.
The Mars Hill neighborhood, which is bounded by Post Road on the east, I-70 on the north, Hancock County Road 700 West on the east, and the Conrail right-of-way on the south.
The Martindale-Brightwood neighborhood is bounded on the north by 30th Street; on the east by Sherman Drive; on the south by 21st Street until it meets Massachusetts Avenue and then south on Massachusetts to 10th Street; and on the west by the Conrail tracks.
The Meridian-Kessler neighborhood is bounded on the north by Kessler Boulevard, on the east by the Monon corridor, on the south by 38th Street and to the west by Meridian Street
The boundaries of the Near Eastside neighborhood are Massachusetts Avenue and 21st Street on the North; Emerson Avenue on the East; the Conrail Railroad tracks south of Washington Street on the South; and Interstate I-70 on the West. The neighborhoods in the Near Eastside area are Arsenal Heights, Brookside, Cottage Home, Emerson Heights, Grace-Tuxedo
The Near Westside neighborhoods are bounded by 16th Street on the north, White River Parkway West Drive on the east, the Conrail Railroad tracks south of Washington Street on the south, and Tibbs Avenue on the west. The three neighborhoods are Haughville, Hawthorne, and Stringtown.
The Plainfield neighborhood is west-southwest of Indianapolis, and is roughly bounded by US 40 in the north, 6 Points Road on the east, I-70 in the south, and Moon Road on the west.
The Speedway neighborhood is defined here as the area encompassed by the City of Speedway.  The rough boundaries of this city are: I-465 and High School Road on the west, 30th Street on the north, the eastern edge of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway on the east, and 10th Street on the south.
The United Northwest Area (UNWA) neighborhood is bounded on the west by the White River, on the north by 38th Street, and on the south by 16th Street. The eastern boundary forms a jagged, stair-step line:  between 16th and 22nd Streets Fall Creek Boulevard is the boundary, between 22nd and 30th Streets I-65 is the boundary, and between 30th and 38th Streets Meridian is the boundary.
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Broad Ripple

      Broad Ripple is a neighborhood located on the northeast side of Indianapolis, bounded by the White River, Keystone Avenue, Kessler Boulevard, and Meridian Street.

Butler Tarkington

      Butler-Tarkington is a neighborhood on the near northwest side of Indianapolis bounded by the Central Canal and Michigan Road, the west side of Meridian Street, 38th Street, and Westfield Boulevard.

Carmel

      Clay Township is bounded on the south by Marion County (96th Street), the west by Boone County (Michigan Road), the east by White River, and the north by 146th Street. The City of Carmel is located in the east central portion of Clay Township and has been the largest center of population throughout the township’s long history.

Crooked Creek

      Crooked Creek is bounded by 79th Street on the north, White River on the east, 38th Street on the south and Township Line and Lincoln Roads on the west.

Cumberland

      The Cumberland Area is bounded by: Post Road to the west, 700 w to the east, just south of Washington or US 40 to the south, and I70 to the north. Based on interviews with residents of this area these boundaries are not always consistent with local conceptions.

Fountain Square

      The boundaries of the Fountain Square neighborhood are often debated, but one such description lists Washington Street on the north, State Avenue on the east, Pleasant Run on the South, and Madison Avenue on the west.

Greater Southeast

      The Greater Southeast (GSE) Neighborhood is bound by Washington Street on the north; Sherman Drive, Perkins Avenue, and Rural Street on the east (excluding the town of Beech Grove); I-465 on the South; and Meridian Street on the west. The GSE Neighborhood encompasses all or portions of historic Indianapolis neighborhoods such as Fletcher Place, Fountain Square, Garfield Park, University Heights, Irish Hill, and Holy Rosary-Danish Church.

Greenwood

      Greenwood is the northernmost city in Johnson County. The city is bound on the north by County Line Road, the southern boundary between Johnson and Marion Counties. On the east, Greenwood is bordered by I-65 and by State Road 135 on the west.

Irvington

      The Irvington neighborhood is bounded on the north by East 10th Street, on the east by Edmondson Avenue, on the south by Brookville Road, and on the west by Emerson Avenue.

Lawrence-Geist

      The Lawrence-Geist Area neighborhood is bounded roughly by Lee Road and Fall Creek on the west, the Geist Reservoir on the north, County Line Road on the south, and 62nd Street and 56th Street on the south.

Mapleton-Fall Creek

      The Mapleton-Fall Creek neighborhood is bounded on the north by 38th Street; on the southeast by Fall Creek Parkway North Drive and on the west by Meridian Street.

Mars Hill

      The Mars Hill neighborhood, which is bounded by Post Road on the east, I-70 on the north, Hancock County Road 700 West on the east, and the Conrail right-of-way on the south.

Martindale Brightwood

      The Martindale-Brightwood neighborhood is bounded on the north by 30th Street; on the east by Sherman Drive; on the south by 21st Street until it meets Massachusetts Avenue and then south on Massachusetts to 10th Street; and on the west by the Conrail tracks.

Meridian-Kessler

      The Meridian-Kessler neighborhood is bounded on the north by Kessler Boulevard, on the east by the Monon corridor, on the south by 38th Street and to the west by Meridian Street

Near Eastside

      The boundaries of the Near Eastside neighborhood are Massachusetts Avenue and 21st Street on the North; Emerson Avenue on the East; the Conrail Railroad tracks south of Washington Street on the South; and Interstate I-70 on the West. The neighborhoods in the Near Eastside area are Arsenal Heights, Brookside, Cottage Home, Emerson Heights, Grace-Tuxedo

Near Westside

      The Near Westside neighborhoods are bounded by 16th Street on the north, White River Parkway West Drive on the east, the Conrail Railroad tracks south of Washington Street on the south, and Tibbs Avenue on the west. The three neighborhoods are Haughville, Hawthorne, and Stringtown.

Plainfield

      The Plainfield neighborhood is west-southwest of Indianapolis, and is roughly bounded by US 40 in the north, 6 Points Road on the east, I-70 in the south, and Moon Road on the west.

Speedway

      The Speedway neighborhood is defined here as the area encompassed by the City of Speedway. The rough boundaries of this city are: I-465 and High School Road on the west, 30th Street on the north, the eastern edge of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway on the east, and 10th Street on the south.

UNWA

      The United Northwest Area (UNWA) neighborhood is bounded on the west by the White River, on the north by 38th Street, and on the south by 16th Street. The eastern boundary forms a jagged, stair-step line: between 16th and 22nd Streets Fall Creek Boulevard is the boundary, between 22nd and 30th Streets I-65 is the boundary, and between 30th and 38th Streets Meridian is the boundary.

 
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