The Indianapolis Neighborhood Resource Center (INRC) is offering three free one-hour workshops to help guide you in the best ways to use the new digital tool IndyVitals, which measures the health and sustainability of neighborhood areas in Marion County.
Designed by The Polis Center and powered by the SAVI community information system, IndyVitals was commissioned by the Plan 2020 Initiative to help community and civic leaders, non-profit and philanthropic partners, and others working to improve neighborhoods easily identify the diverse strengths and challenges across Indy. The goal is to focus resources and investments in ways that are most relevant to the true needs of Indy’s communities.
Workshops are scheduled for: August 22 from 12-1 PM, august 24, 6-7 PM, and September 14, 6-7 PM at INRC, 708 E Michigan St, Indianapolis, IN 46202. Register here or call 317.920.0330.
Brad Beaubien, Long Range Planning Administrator, City of Indianapolis, will explain the philosophy behind IndyVitals, how neighborhoods were grouped into neighborhood areas, and provide an in-depth demonstration of how to use IndyVitals to learn more about your community.