Indian Village Neighborhood Association (IVNA) is a volunteer organization made up of your neighbors who work to grow, promote and engage the neighborhood with opportunities in and around our territory. We are supported primarily by donations from our neighbors.
Our name is derived from our east-to-west streets named after Native American Tribes, which make up the heart of the neighborhood. Our neighborhood is larger than you might expect — take a look at the map and find out if your home is located within our neighborhood.
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If you are lucky enough to call Indian Village home, our neighborhood has much to offer. From our beautiful tree-lined streets to our decidedly “non-cookie-cutter” architecture, our neighborhood is a safe and beautiful place to live and raise a family. Nearby schools include Irving Middle School, Beattie Elementary, and Saratoga Elementary. Many unique businesses populate our neighborhood, with many calling the Indian Village Shopping Center home on 13th, between Arapahoe and High Streets.
Indian Village Neighborhood Association (IVNA) members and Lincoln City Council members at the plaque dedication for Van Dorn Park. IVNA has been dedicated to Van Dorn Park improvements.