Neighborhood Picnic, Saturday, September 6 From 4:00 to 8:00 p.m., or whenever we decide to get out of the street! Gather at Dubonnet Way between Dubonnet Court and Almaden Drive. Burgers, hot dogs, soft drinks, and water provided. Please bring a side, salad, or dessert and your own non-H2O refreshments. We’ll also have music--all ages invited! Please RSVP on Nextdoor so we know how many people to expect.
Annual Homeowners Association Meeting, Wednesday, October 29 From 6:30 to 8:00 p.m.,
Pike Library, 6525 Zionsville Road.
Come meet some neighbors and give input on goings-on in Normandy Farm for the next year.
"Nextdoor" Helps Us Communicate Our NFHA Board has decided to try a private online network called Nextdoor Normandy Farm. On our Nextdoor site, neighbors share community events, recommendations, items for sale, crime reports, ideas about how to improve our neighborhood and more. The Board thinks it will be a way to build community. Entry is by invitation only. For information, contact any member of the NFHA Board, or talk to neighbors who have already joined.
Want to Know! Here are some of the questions posed at
last year's NFHA Annual Meeting:
have drainage problems on my property. The Marion County Soil & Water
Conservation District may be able to help. Visit them at marionswcd.org.
street sign has been removed/knocked over/obscured by shrubbery. Visit the
Mayor's Action Center to request services. Find the MAC here.
Captures Traders Point History Learn about the town that was swept
away by Eagle Creek at Ross Reller's blog that seeks to preserve its stories and
unite its residents. Also find here breaking news from Traders Point Association
of Neighborhoods (TPAN). Go
Yourself at Home in Normandy Farms Visit this "unofficial"
website created by a neighbor. Includes community resources, landscaping tips,
voter information, and more. Go there