Old Southside Neighborhood Association
The Old Southside Neighborhood Association or OSNA serves as an official link between the Old Southside neighborhood and the City of Indianapolis. OSNA was incorporated on August 13th, 2014. It emerged from the combination of three separate neighborhoods (Babe Denny, Pogue’s Run, and Old Southside) and their respective neighborhood associations. It was felt that there was strength in numbers and many of the older residents grew up saying they lived in the southside; therefore, the neighborhoods reorganized under the single banner of the Old Southside.
The Old Southside has a rich history dating back to the 1800s. Learn more here.
Indianapolis Neighborhood Associations similar to the Old Southside Neighborhood Association play a vital role in representing the interests of residents and enhancing the local community. Well-organized associations can have a significant impact on a neighborhood’s quality of life. Citizen participation creates a positive environment of shared responsibility and collaboration which benefits the whole community.
OSNA Board Members
Indianapolis neighborhood association, OSNA, is governed by a Board of Directors who live, work, and are otherwise involved in our community. Meet the Board Members
OSNA Board Meetings
The Old Southside Neighborhood Association meets at Sacred Heart Parish Hall the 2nd Wednesday of each month, at 6:30 PM.
The Association includes our neighbors too! The Old Southside is lucky to have a diverse group of people and businesses in the neighborhood.
Come meet your neighbors, get involved in community activities, and have a voice in what happens in your neighborhood. With all the rapid changes occurring, we need the input of our residents.
Association Membership is open to all residents and business owners within OSNA boundaries.
The Association monthly meetings are held at Sacred Heart Parish Hall at 6:30 PM on the 2nd Wednesday of each month.
Want more info? You can read the Bylaws here.