Neighborhood amenities, requirements and bylaws, home improvements, city services, neighborhood service agreements (lawns, cleaning, security, etc.)
Wallace Crossing is located on the southeast side of Indianapolis just inside Warren Township. Nestled between Southeastern Ave. and Minnesota Streets, Wallace Crossing is a quiet community of 74 homes, two ponds suitable for recreational fishing, and a forestry reserve.
Wallace Crossing is in the Warren Township school district.
Governance & Voting
Wallace Crossing residents are governed by the agreements and by-laws of the Wallace Crossing Homeowners Association. Dues are paid annually to the HOA and required as part of residency.
Residents of the neighborhood are part of State Senate District 32, Indiana House District 89, and Indiana’s 7th Congressional District.
Trash service is provided by Indianapolis DPW. Recycling services are available through Republic Services.
Security is provided by the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department. IMPD can and do regularly cite and arrest individuals on common areas and private property within Wallace Crossing if they are not residents of the neighborhood. If you see someone near a pond or in the wooded area that you suspect isn’t a resident, call 911.