Welcome to Noblesville, Indiana

We have created this resource to provide the residents of our community with quick access to information about local government - from trash pick-up dates to community events and planning to submitting online requests for services - it can all be found here!

An additional focus of our design is to attract new businesses to the community so our city will continue to thrive with a strong economic base.

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The City of Noblesville has been awarded the Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting in recognition of the city's comprehensive annual financial report (CAFR). This is the 19th consecutive year that the city has received the honor. The Certificate of Achievement is presented by the Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada and is the highest form of recognition in the area of governmental accounting and financial reporting.

"The city received its first recognition in 1988," said Mayor John Ditslear. "I want to thank former clerk-treasurer Janet S. Jaros and O.W. Krohn and Associates for helping to build the tradition started in 1999 and continued to this day by subsequent controllers Mike Hendricks and Jeff Spalding."

The CAFR is judged by an impartial panel to meet the high standards of the program, which includes demonstrating a constructive "spirit of full disclosure" to clearly communicate its financial story and motivate potential user groups to read the report.

"The CAFR is a fair and accurate reporting of how much money the city has and its major financial obligations. It provides transparency to financial markets and prospective developers and exists mainly to better position the city to attract private investment," Spalding said.
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Obviously, letting family & friends pay property taxes late without penalty must be a major criteria.

Congratulations!! Job well done!!!

The Noblesville Fourth of July Fireworks Parade & Festival Planning Committee is excited to announce several changes and ways for individuals, organizations and businesses to be a part of another fun and patriotic Fourth of July parade and fireworks festival. This year's festivities consist of several changes, including location and extended event times.

The free Fireworks Festival, presented by IDI Composites, Inc., will take place at Forest Park. Construction transforming the intersection of Field Drive and Cumberland Road into a roundabout will close that area during the summer and caused the committee to look at an alternative site. Due to increased programming and amenities, the festival is expanding two hours and will last from 4 to 10 p.m. The grand finale of the day will be the fireworks display at 10 p.m. Viewing will be available throughout the park.

"Decades ago, fireworks were launched and watched at Forest Park so returning to that location will be a fond memory for those longtime Noblesville residents and a great new memory for new ones," said Mayor John Ditslear. "The planning committee is working to incorporate park amenities with traditional festival activities and new, exciting opportunities."

New this year, the committee has created areas with booth space inside the park to showcase our community. These opportunities are available for local artists, merchants, businesses and nonprofits. Forms are available now at www.NoblesvilleFireworksFestival.com.

Interested in volunteering? With the size and changes made this year, organizers are in need of more volunteers than previous years. Organizations can earn in-kind trade of discounted rates for facility rentals. Organizations volunteering with at least 10 volunteers and reaching 20 hours of service can earn a free four-hour court or shelter rental redeemable Monday through Thursday, excluding tournament rentals and holidays. Individuals and families also are encouraged to participate if interested.

The only changes to the parade is the start time, which begins at 2:30 p.m. The route will be 16th Street to Logan Street; Logan to Ninth Street; Ninth to Monument Street; and Monument to 16th Street. This year's theme is "Stars & Stripes Forever in Noblesville." Entry forms for those interested in participating in the parade are available at www.NoblesvilleFireworksFestival.com.

More details about the festivities will be announced in the future.
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The Noblesville Fourth of July Fireworks Parade & Festival Planning Committee is excited to announce several changes and ways for individuals, organizations and businesses to be a part of another fun and patriotic Fourth of July parade and fireworks festival. This year’s festivities consist of several changes, including location and extended event times. 

The free Fireworks Festival, presented by IDI Composites, Inc., will take place at Forest Park. Construction transforming the intersection of Field Drive and Cumberland Road into a roundabout will close that area during the summer and caused the committee to look at an alternative site. Due to increased programming and amenities, the festival is expanding two hours and will last from 4 to 10 p.m. The grand finale of the day will be the fireworks display at 10 p.m. Viewing will be available throughout the park. 

“Decades ago, fireworks were launched and watched at Forest Park so returning to that location will be a fond memory for those longtime Noblesville residents and a great new memory for new ones,” said Mayor John Ditslear. “The planning committee is working to incorporate park amenities with traditional festival activities and new, exciting opportunities.”

New this year, the committee has created areas with booth space inside the park to showcase our community. These opportunities are available for local artists, merchants, businesses and nonprofits. Forms are available now at www.NoblesvilleFireworksFestival.com.

Interested in volunteering? With the size and changes made this year, organizers are in need of more volunteers than previous years. Organizations can earn in-kind trade of discounted rates for facility rentals. Organizations volunteering with at least 10 volunteers and reaching 20 hours of service can earn a free four-hour court or shelter rental redeemable Monday through Thursday, excluding tournament rentals and holidays. Individuals and families also are encouraged to participate if interested. 

The only changes to the parade is the start time, which begins at 2:30 p.m. The route will be 16th Street to Logan Street; Logan to Ninth Street; Ninth to Monument Street; and Monument to 16th Street. This year’s theme is “Stars & Stripes Forever in Noblesville.” Entry forms for those interested in participating in the parade are available at www.NoblesvilleFireworksFestival.com.

More details about the festivities will be announced in the future.

 

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The parade needs a make-over to get families, kids, groups to walk in it instead of commercial trucks, cars, jeeps. Make it more like the old Fishers parade used to be. Last couple of years, it has been very boring and too short.

Can we change the parade? Make it a LOT less advertising and go back to how parades should be? More designed floats and fun and less coupons and crap?

Hopefully there will be shuttles for parking because there definitely be an issue

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Wow love the idea of the fireworks from the park. I remember sitting on the hill watching them when I was little. Great idea

Pugs In The Kitchen possible event for you.

Jenn Kampmeier-Aaron 🤔

Ethel Warner

Yay! Nice tradition to bring back. Thanks

Amanda Lemons-Ables Abigail SuAnne Lawler Leann Lemons Winton

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