About the GACC
The Greater Allisonville Community Council, Inc. (GACC) provides a neutral public forum for members of the GACC community to discuss and and promote a synergy toward policy issues of general concern to the Indianapolis region.
The Council’s guiding philosophy is to work toward consensus among neighborhood groups, businesses, and local governments that are represented at GACC’s public meetings.
The Council has been active since 1996 regarding matters of:
- zoning and land use
- transportation, including pedestrian ways, roadways, and rapid transit
- quality of life issues such as
- healthy life-styles
- environmental quality
- public safety
GACC represents 22 neighborhood associations in northeast Marion County (city of Indianapolis) in an area bounded by 96th Street on the north, Binford Boulevard on the east, Kessler Boulevard on the south, and Keystone Avenue on the west.
The Greater Allisonville Community Council, Inc. is a 501 (c)(3) organization supported solely by membership dues and donations. It receives no tax monies or subsidies.
GACC is an Indiana Non-Profit Domestic Corporation filed on November 25, 1996. Its filing status is listed as Active, and its File Number is 1996111402.