a.k.a. Indy Hall After Hours, a.k.a. the neighborhood watch
No matter how you get into the building, Indy Hall is a place built on trust.
After hours and on the weekends, that’s doubly true. It’s always been a priority for members to feel comfortable leaving their belongings in our space. While security systems (cameras, alarms, etc) can tell you once something bad has happened, they do very little to help stop bad things from happening.
This is why we’ve relied on a network of trusted individuals known as “keyholders” to go the extra mile in helping look after Indy Hall.
The basic requirements of becoming a Keyholder are:
- being a full time member…
- …for at least 30 days…
- …and after getting signatures from three other active keyholders, designating that they’ve gotten to know you and that they trust you…
- …and that you (re)introduce yourself on GroupBuzz so the community knows that you’ve joined the keyholder ranks.
Being a keyholder isn’t just for having 24/7 access, it’s all about trust and responsibility.
Having a key to Indy Hall is a useful tool, but it also symbolizes that our community can trust you to take care of this place like it’s your home.
The first step to getting your handy dandy keycard is to answer a few questions below. Note: None of this info will be shared without your permission, it’s just for us to reach you in case of emergency.
After you’ve filled out the form, you’ll get an email from one us explaining what to do next!