MLK Park Receives Thousands of Dollars in Renovations

​Kennedy King, in partnership with the City of Indianapolis, Indianapolis Parks Foundation, and Indy Parks, hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony at Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Park on Tuesday, November 15. The park has undertaken nearly $600,000 in updates and renovations. The renovations began in April and include new playground equipment and a community shelter.


Here's What's Taking Place in the Kennedy-King Neighborhood

Fall 2017 Neighborhood Clean Up w/ Keep Indianapolis Beautiful

The Kennedy King Clean-up Committee won a clean up competition through Keep Indianapolis Beautiful, which resulted in more than 100 volunteers for our neighborhood clean up on Saturday, Oct. 21, 2017. 

​Kennedy King Block Party and Peace Ride

The neighborhood association hosted a block party and peace ride at MLK Park Labor Day weekend, Saturday Sept. 2, 2017

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Indianapolis, Indiana


Kennedy King Places 2nd in Neighborhood Clean Up Competition


The Kennedy King Clean-up committee competed Nov. 4 in Keep Indianapolis Beautiful's 5x5 competition to be chosen as a 2017 focus neighborhood. Kennedy King got second place!!! This means KIB is partnering with us for the October 2017 fall clean-up which will provide anywhere from 200 to 300 volunteers for neighborhood clean-up initiatives that day. More details to come as the planning continues. We will still have our regular spring 2017 clean-up in April as well.