Community Resources - COVID-19

Community Learning

Click here for information on the community learning site information

Community Compass

Phone app that connects free meals and groceries to families:

Heart of the House Foundation’s Excluded Workers’ Assistance Fund helps workers who are furloughed or laid off from their full-time job because of the Coronavirus. Workers who fill out the Excluded Workers’ Assistance Fund Application may qualify for financial relief. Application can be found here

Homeless Intervention

Coalition For Homeless Intervention & Prevention hand book resource The link provides a pdf version of all the information and resources they provide which range from crisis hotlines, food pantries, legal services, etc:

Reimagine the Curb

A reminder that the city of Indianapolis is still looking to get community input on how it should the 89 vacant Blueindy sites. Please click on the link to complete the survey

Residential Parking Permits

Use this link: to fill out parking permit applications to print and mail in or scan and email


For Metropolitan Development Commission (MDC), Board of Zoning Appeals (BZA), Hearing Examiner, Hearing Officers, or Regional Center


IndyGo: MyKey

  • Once implemented, the MyKey system will allow riders to pay their fare using a mobile QR code or reloadable tap card. More information can be found  


  • IndyGo will host a virtual informational via Zoom and Facebook livestream at 12 p.m. on December 14. The public may register to attend the Zoom meeting by visiting or tune in to the Facebook Live on December 14.

Pothole Season

As asphalt plants begin to open for the season, DPW has begun using hot mix asphalt to aid in repairing city streets. A reminder you can always report potholes via the Request Indy website, the mobile app on iPhone or Android, or by calling the Mayor's Action Center at 317-327-4622

Indy Rent

The City’s rent assistance program is now open. Tenants are encouraged to submit their contact information to the waitlist currently on the site, as those on the list will have the first opportunities to apply.  This assistance will cover up to 3 months rent including a combination of back rent dating back to April 1, 2020  for eligible Marion County residents.   Access to applications and additional info is available at