Committees

The Ransom Place Neighborhood Association is made up neighbors who participate on the Executive Board and participate on one of the Committees.

The list of committees is noted below as well as some of their activities.  You can find out the more details of each committee by contacting anybody on the Executive Board or anybody on one of these committees.  You can also send us an email at contact@ransomplaceindy.org

Budget & Finance (Standing Committee) – Responsibilities include review and audit reports and bank statements; and, audit books every October.

Nominating Committee (Standing Committee) – Secure nominations for the President, Secretary and Parliamentarian every two (20 years on the even year in August.  Secure nominations for the Vice President and Treasurer every two (2) years on the odd year in August.

Infrastructure Committee – Maintain physical infrastructure survey; report infrastructure issues to the City of Indianapolis such as clogged street drains;

Hospitality Committee- Welcome new neighbors; send cards or flowers to neighbors who may be sick; and, to loved ones of those who have departed.

Beautification Committee – the mission of this committee is to help organize the neighbors to improve the overall physical appearance.  This is done by participating and organizing the neighborhood’s participation in Keep Indianapolis Beautiful (KIB) Adopt-A-Block program, and; organizing beautification programs and contests.  Subcommittees include: Great Indy Clean-up and IUPUI Day of Service coordination.

Public Relations Committee – The committee focuses on improving overall communication and visibility with outside groups.  The primary tool used is the neighborhood website. Maintenance of the website is also part of the responsibilities.

Neighborhood Liaision Committee – The committee focuses on attending meetings with outside organizations or events and fomenting relationship and communication.

Landlord Committee – Working with and coordinating landlords to improve the overall appearance and quality of life in the properties they own and in the neighborhood in general.