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The 6 Far Eastside neighborhood Areas

Image by Steve Johnson


Population : 5,882

People of Color : 34%

Average Age : 46

Poverty Rate : 18%

Food Access : 89%

 East Warren

Population : 22,162

People of Color : 41%

Average Age : 39

Poverty Rate : 19%

Food Access : 75%

 Far East

Population : 38,274

People of Color : 75%

Average Age : 30

Poverty Rate : 29%

Food Access : 43%

 Arlington  Woods

Population : 7,662

People of Color : 76%

Average Age : 35

Poverty Rate : 31%

Food Access : 100%


Population : 11,364

People of Color : 84%

Average Age : 37

Poverty Rate : 25%

Food Access : 94%


Population : 22,963

People of Color : 61%

Average Age : 32

Poverty Rate : 27%

Food Access : 59%


Organizing Resources

Neighborhood Organizing is an amazing way to implement the vision you and your neighbors share. Whether you're coming together for a specific cause or just to build relationships, its always a good idea to know your neighbors and your community. Below we have listed some resources that can help you on your journey through neighborhood organizing. We are also available as a resource, email us at

by Indianapolis Neighborhood Resource Center

INRC's Organizer's Workbook is an amazing resource to guide you through the information you'll use and need to reach your organizing goals. "The goal of this book is not to tell you to "fix" neighborhood problems, but to demonstrate how to recognize the assets, to provide the lessons and to empower our communities so that we can build our communities and neighborhoods for ourselves." (

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IndyVitals measures the health and sustainability of neighborhoods in Marion County, Indiana in the following goal areas:

  • Built Environment

  • Economy & Jobs

  • Education, Arts & Community

  • Equity & Empowerment

  • Health & Safety

  • Natural Systems

  • General Demographics

Discover how a community has changed and how it compares to other neighborhoods, the county, metro, and state. (


Follow the link and enter your address to find your City-County Councilor


KIB's Great Indy Cleanup (GIC) is an anti-litter, community empowering program in partnership with the City of Indianapolis. We provide resources to people who want to lead the charge against heavy litter, illegal dumping, and debris in the public spaces in their neighborhood. The best part? GIC encourages people to work together. By coordinating a community cleanup, you can make a visible difference and inspire your neighbors to make a difference too! (

Follow the link to sign up for a clean up!

Neighborhood Resources


The Mayor’s Action Center (MAC) helps routes requests for city services to different city departments. Some requests, such as issues with power or drainage, are not maintained by the city. Find information about your neighborhood like trash day, elected officials, neighborhood advocate, police district, polling place, etc.

food access

Cafe's Pull Up Pantry

at Community Alliance of the Far Eastside

Every 2nd & 4th Monday from 1pm - 5pm CAFE gives away food boxes. All you have to do is drive through and let volunteers load your car.

- Open to ALL no ID required

- First come, first serve basis

- Each car gets a free box of food

8902 E 38th st.

Indianapolis, IN 46226

Old Bethel & Partners Food Pantry

Address : 8032 E. 21st Street Indianapolis, IN

Hours of Operation:

October 13-31

Tuesday: 9:00 am to 6:00 pm

Thursday: 9:00 am to 4:00 pm 

Saturday: 9:00 am to 1:00 pm

Beginning November 1, 2020

Tuesday: 9:00 am to 6:00 pm

Thursday: 9:00 am to 12 noon

Saturday: 9:00 am to 1:00 pm

Boundaries: We provide emergency food assistance for residents of Warren township. The boundaries of the areas we serve are as follows:


North: 38th Street

East: Carroll Road

South: Troy Road 

West: Emerson Ave

We service the following zip codes: 46219, 46229, 46239 (down to Troy Road), and part of 46226 and 46235 (up to 38th St).

Mount Carmel Church

Wednesdays from 12pm-2pm

 9610 42nd St

Indianapolis, IN 46235

Rental Assistance

Health Services

Grassy Creek - Eskenazi Health Center

9443 E. 38th St.
Indianapolis, IN 46235


Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday

7 a.m. - 7:30 p.m.
Thursday and Friday, 7:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.


Jane Pauley Health Clinics: 

Renaissance School

8931 E 30th St, Indianapolis, IN 46219


Monday - Friday

8 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Saturday & Sunday


 (317) 947-4540
Community Health Pavilion
2040 Shadeland Ave Suite 300
Indianapolis, IN 46219

Monday - Friday

8 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Saturday & Sunday


 (317) 934-5100

Financial Planning

Banking Locations

Chase Branches

 601 Shadeland Ave, Indianapolis, IN 46219

Mon-Fri.   9am - 5pm

Saturday   9am - 2pm

Sunday     Closed

9991 Washington St, Indianapolis, IN 46229

Mon-Fri.   9am - 5pm

Saturday   9am - 2pm

Sunday     Closed


4202 N Franklin Rd, Indianapolis, IN 46226

Mon-Fri.   9am - 5pm

Saturday   9am - 2pm

Sunday     Closed

Life Insurance Providers

City-County Council Districts


Follow the link and enter your address to find your City-County Council District


Follow the link and enter your address to find your City-County Councilor


Upcoming elections

IN Statewide election dates

Primary: May 7th 2024
General Election: November 5th 2024

Polling hours: 6 a.m. to 6 p.m.

School Board Meetings & Information


MSD Warren Township

MSD Lawrence Township

Polling locations

Town Hall Meetings

Neighborhood Resources
Food Access
Rental Assistance
Health Services
Financial Planning
CCC Districts
School Board
Townhall Meetings
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