Meridian Hills is a relaxed residential neighborhood on the north side of Indianapolis. Mature trees, winding streams and hilly terrain define the town, while churches, synagogues, schools and a country club help add to the sense of community. The town borders Holliday Park and Marrott Park, with easy access to the Monon Trail, Nora and Broad Ripple. Within just a few miles residents have convenient access to top notch health care, award-winning public and private schools, first-class shopping and convenient access to major travel routes. Additionally, Meridian Hills appeals to those that want to be centrally located with easy access to downtown amentities. Meridian Hills has a variety of neighborhoods offering housing choices that range greatly in size, age, and price thus appealing to a wide range of home buyers.
Residential construction began in the town in the early 1920s and in 1923 the Meridian Hills Country Club was established. The Town of Meridian Hills, however, did not incorporate until 1937. It has existed as an “included town” since 1970 when it was incorporated into Indianapolis as part of Unigov. While it is part of Indianapolis, it still retains it’s own town government which provides supplemental police protection, ongoing maintenance and upkeep of streets and right-of-ways, and enforcement of residential building and development standards set forth in the municipal code.
Approximately 1800 residents currently live in the 715 homes in the 2 square miles of Town of Meridian Hills. The Town of Meridian Hills is a great place to live, work and play.