Indian Village is a residential community in the southwest quadrant of Fort Wayne, Indiana.  Indian Village was first developed in 1927 and is now home to 500 families.  Indian Village Elementary School, and Psi Ote Park, are both located within Indian Village.  In December of 2009, Indian Village was placed on the National Historic Register.

Indian Village is located close to downtown and is in close proximity to grocery stores, restaurants, hospitals, and specialty stores.  Indian Village is a wonderful place to call home and raise a family.

To see how the Board of Governors is run, click here to view the Constitution and By-Laws.

Protective Covenants can be viewed by clicking here.

If you have read your February Smoke Signals, you learned about House Bill 1107.  The Governor signed the bill on March 25 and it will become law on
July 1, 2014!
IVCA can now put together 1 set of Protective Covenants to govern all 5 sections.



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