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IndyGov Website of the City of Indianapolis. Indianapolis' population, excluding the included towns, is 844,220 in 2012 and encompasses an area of more than 368 square miles. The population of the Indianapolis metropolitan area was 1,928,982 in 2012. It includes: Marion, Boone, Brown, Hamilton, Hancock, Hendricks, Johnson, Morgan, Putnam, and Shelby counties.

Perry Twp Website of the Perry Township Trustee. Perry Township's population is 108,972 in 2010 and encompasses an area of more than 45 square miles.

ToxDrop Getting rid of unwanted and unused household hazardous waste is easy by using the Indianapolis ToxDrop program.

Indy International Airport Indianapolis Airport Information (go to the individual airline to print your boarding passes)

Weather Check Indianapolis weather zeroed in on Perry Twp.

Downtown Indy What is going on downtown in Indianapolis?

Conner Prairie What is going on in Conner Prairie? Conner Prairie is a year round event, actually . . . events.  At any time during the year, there is something stirring at Conner Prairie.

Perry Park What is going on in Perry Park? Perry Park Aquatic Center will open on May 24th, 2014. The center will be open Mon, Tues, Thurs, and Fri 11-6PM, Wed and Sat 11-8PM, and Sun 12-6PM. The Aquatic Center has 2 large water slides including a tube slide for our patrons 48 inches or taller. It also hosts a smaller Polar Bear slide and play area and slide for the younger children. The pool has a zero depth entry.

Perry Park boasts an NHL sized ice rink with 4 locker rooms. They also have a concession stand that is open daily during ice rink and aquatic season. Outside Perry Park has 2 shelters, basketball court, tennis courts, and playground. The ice rink is available to rent during the rink season upon request.

Garfield Park What is going on in Garfield Park? Check it out, there is more going on than you think . . . even in the winter. The Conservatory and Sunken Garden has a lot of events and the Conservatory is open all year round. Garfield Park Conservatory houses 10,000 square feet of plants from the world's tropics. Even if it's snowing outside, the conservatory is always in full bloom. Changing educational displays and three spectacular seasonal shows make the conservatory a great place to visit throughout the year.

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