Greenwood, Indiana


Since , Haughville has been a member of Indianapolis's Weed and Seed initiative, a federal program that targets high crime areas in Indianapolis and attempts to lower the amount of crime. For every females, there were National Register of Historic Places.

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However this number is far below the record 2, violent crimes recorded in according to the IPD West District This would average out to 1 out of 2. During the s, Haughville averaged 30 homicides a year, having the dubious honor of having one of the highest homicide rates in the nation for a neighborhood census of its size. Haughville has a public library , a branch of the Indianapolis Public Library.

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Since this clashed with another Greenfield located in Hancock County , the name of the settlement was changed to "Greenwood". Some claim the town's name was in honor of Samuel Greenwood, who platted the community in The Polk Canning Company was essential to Greenwood's early growth. The cannery was a major employer and canned a variety of vegetables grown in Indiana. Later, the company expanded into the dairy market and provided milk delivery to customers. At one point the cannery was the largest canning operation west of Baltimore.

Portions of the cannery are still standing on Main Street and have been repurposed for professional office space. In , Henry L. Greenwood was incorporated as a town under Indiana law in [11] and became a fifth-class city in This district encompasses 25 buildings and 32 acres 13 hectares. Greenwood is in northern Johnson County and occupies the northern half of Pleasant Township and the northeast portion of White River Township.

It is bordered to the southwest by Bargersville , to the south by Whiteland and New Whiteland , and to the north, in Marion County , by the city of Indianapolis.

According to the census, Greenwood has a total area of There are no navigable bodies of water within city limits.

Several creeks run through the area and influence local drainage patterns, topography, and storm water management systems. Several municipal parks occupy the lowlands next to the creek. Honey Creek originates in the southwest section of the city and after flowing through White River Township eventually joins the White River near the intersection of Smith Valley Road and Highway Greenwood's system of east-west streets and roads link residents and businesses in White River Township with the business and neighborhoods adjacent to Interstate Most major north-south corridors in Greenwood are numbered and are not property of the city.

Greenwood owns and maintain three secondary corridors east of U. As of , three interstate exits connected Greenwood to Interstate The most recent interchange, the Worthsville Road Exit, features a diverging diamond traffic design, The diverging diamond at Worthsville Road is one of two such installations in Indiana.

As of the census [3] of , there were 49, people, 19, households, and 12, families residing in the city. The population density was 2, There were 21, housing units at an average density of 1, The racial makeup of the city was Hispanic or Latino of any race were 4. There were 19, households of which The average household size was 2. The median age in the city was 34 years.

The gender makeup of the city was

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