Zionsville Gateway Area

Project Background

With the demolition of the PNC bank building and locksmith shop at the northwest corner of Main and Sycamore Streets on July 28, the Town of Zionsville began the first stage of the plan for the Zionsville Gateway Area (ZGA). 


Now, Mayor Emily Styron is engaging the community: help us reinvent the gateway into our historic Village Business District.


Listening Session

An in-person ZGA Listening Session took place on Thursday, October 1 and Thursday, October 22. 


If you would like to participate virtually, click here to participate in the virtual ZGA Listening Session.


The Virtual Listening Session includes three engagement sections and an exit section. Sections are meant to guide volunteers through the strategic and interactive process of sharing the mission and intent of the planning process, conveying the history and complexity of the space within the ZGA, receiving feedback and input on current experiences in the space, and sharing goals and next steps. This Virtual Listening Session was created to offer a similar format to the live event for those who were unable to attend.

ZGA Logo


Upcoming Schedule


Virtual Listening Session

Click here to participate in the virtual ZGA Listening Session.

The Town of Zionsville thanks you for participating in the Listening Session.

Former PNC Bank Building

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Former Locksmith Shop

Locksmith shop demolition

Mission of the ZGA Plan

Mission statement: We are here to identify the highest, best and most sustainable mix of uses within the Zionsville Gateway Area (ZGA) and to explore ideas for an economically vibrant, whole-community serving and authentically Zionsville experience.


In October, strategic planning and consulting firm Thomas P. Miller and Associates (TPMA) will facilitate our process and begin engaging the community.Concurrent with the efforts of TPMA, DELV Design Studio will produce master planning and design options and package these into designs for ultimate use in future Request for Proposals (RFPs).

Through the design process, we will be guided to 1. Understand (solving the right problem), 2. Explore (solving the problem right) and 3. Implement (next step: full design ahead).

The Design Process

Design Process from DELV

Study Area

Exhibit C

Mayor Emily Styron discusses the Gateway Redevelopment Plan during one of the monthly Live Sessions on YouTube.