The I69-Fall Creek neighborhood is located northeast of Indianapolis between Fall Creek Road and Interstate 69, giving an easily understandable name to the neighborhood. This neighborhood lies close to the Geist Reservoir, and Fall Creek snakes along the neighborhood's entire southern boundary. 

I69-Fall Creek is in close proximity to both I-69 and I-465, making it a short drive from the city center – those who work in Indianapolis but live in I69-Fall Creek average a 20-25 minute commute each way. A wide array of both public and private schools are easily accessible in I69-Fall Creek, and the neighborhood has a high amount of college graduates.

This neighborhood offers a variety of leisure activities, boasting several spectacular golf courses, country clubs, and the opportunity to explore the surrounding creeks, reservoirs, and other bodies of water. Fall Creek is considered a great and relaxing location for fishing, kayaking, and canoeing.

This expansive residential neighborhood is larger than most of the other neighborhoods in Indianapolis, making it an ideal community to meet people and explore a new area. Yet, it is also close enough to the city to provide easy access to downtown nightlife.