WHAT IS IT's MY CITY?

Forty years ago, Mayor Bill Hudnut iconically challenged Indianapolis residents to "put litter in its place," and do their part to clean up our city with a public service announcement that has become synonymous with civic pride -- the "Hudnut Hook." Today, the City of Indianapolis, Keep Indianapolis Beautiful and Eli Lilly and Company, are building upon this legacy by challenging Indianapolis residents to once again get involved for the betterment of our community.

 

“It’s My City” is a three-year effort designed to leverage civic pride and engage residents in the health of Indianapolis. Designed to progressively improve our city until, at the end of 2019, we see a city that is clean, green and beautiful – and full of residents who are proud to call Indianapolis home.

HOW TO GET INVOLVED

Individual
Business
School

Looking for a way to get started? Click on the buttons for ideas to start your own project, or get involved with one of our partner organizations’ programs below. Share your work on social media by tagging #itsmycity.

Keep Indianapolis Beautiful

Department of business & neighborhood services

Indy Parks

Department of Public works

Reconnecting to our waterways

Big car Collaborative

Sustain Indy

Indy Do Day

THE ARTS COUNCIL OF INDIANAPOLIS

THE SAPPHIRE THEATRE COMPANY

Share how you're taking action, showing pride, and being the little bit that changes a lot. #itsmycity

© 2017 It's My City

It's My City Coalition

City of Indianapolis, Keep Indianapolis Beautiful, Indy Parks, Indy Chamber, Rotary Club of Indianapolis, Indy Do Day, Big Car Collaborative, Reconnecting to our Waterways, LISC, Eli Lilly Co., IU Health, Plan2020, Knozone, Indianapolis Parks Foundation, IndyGo, IndyHub, the Arts Council of Indianapolis, the Sapphire Theatre Company, Indianapolis Cultural Trail, FOX59, Downtown Indy, Inc.

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