Special Projects

Alternative Vehicular East-West Corridor Study (Pleasant Street Extension)

The City of Noblesville is exploring a new potential east-west corridor – known as the Pleasant Street expansion and White River bridge. This future project would help alleviate current traffic congestion along Pleasant Street and through Noblesville’s historic downtown, and support Noblesville’s vision for the future and its infrastructure needs.


PLANoblesville

PLANoblesville, the 2013 Comprehensive Plan, establishes a vision and strategic framework for the City's future.  The ultimate goal of this comprehensive plan is to promote and enhance the many unique assets in Noblesville and protect valuable natural features while also strengthening the City's tax base and offering a variety of housing options, thereby creating a stronger community.


Midland Trace Multi-Purpose Trail

As the proliferation of multi-use trails climbs in the United States, Noblesville is excited to increase the amount of trails we offer to our citizens.  These trails help positively impact individuals and improve the community by providing recreation and transportation opportunities and also by influencing economic and community development.  Noblesville is committed to designing, constructioning and maintaining a network of safe, convenient and attractive bicycle and pedestrian facilities for commuting and recreational use throughout the community.  We hope the community is just as excited as we are as we embark on this journey of creating a more sustainable Noblesville!  You can find more information as it is released by visiting the City of Noblesville's Facebook Page or by contacting the Noblesville Planning Department at (317) 776-6352 or plandept@noblesville.in.us

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Noblesville, IN 46060

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