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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2 days ago

City of Noblesville, Ind.

Congratulations to the Parker Mortgage Team on their Ribbon Cutting today! Their historic renovated office is located just off the Noblesville square at 960 Logan St, Unit 200. ... See moreSee less

Congratulations to the Parker Mortgage Team on their Ribbon Cutting today! Their historic renovated office is located just off the Noblesville square at 960 Logan St, Unit 200.Image attachmentImage attachment

 

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It was great to see you guys and your building is amazing!! 🙂 well done!

4 days ago

City of Noblesville, Ind.

The Noblesville NOW Capital Improvement Plan unveiled 10 top-priority projects that span the entire community – including Olio Road and Pleasant Street improvements, a downtown parking garage and a new police headquarters. Each project achieves at least two of Noblesville Mayor John Ditslear's objectives for 2018-2020 – strengthening infrastructure, creating greater economic development, enhancing public safety, improving connectivity and expanding the downtown area.

The city anticipates further announcements as progress is made on each of the new projects that is part of the Noblesville NOW Capital Improvement Plan. For more information, visit www.cityofnoblesville.org/NoblesvilleNOW.
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The Noblesville NOW Capital Improvement Plan unveiled 10 top-priority projects that span the entire community – including Olio Road and Pleasant Street improvements, a downtown parking garage and a new police headquarters. Each project achieves at least two of Noblesville Mayor John Ditslear’s objectives for 2018-2020 – strengthening infrastructure, creating greater economic development, enhancing public safety, improving connectivity and expanding the downtown area.

The city anticipates further announcements as progress is made on each of the new projects that is part of the Noblesville NOW Capital Improvement Plan. For more information, visit www.cityofnoblesville.org/NoblesvilleNOW.Image attachment

 

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Great plan but I would love to see some type of crosswalk or potential for pedestrians to cross 37 from east side. I would love to have my family ride bikes to downtown but it is too dangerous to cross 37.

When will city remove railroad tracks from 8th st, now that we have forced the trains and museum to leave town?

How bout they pave some alleys while they are at it?

The only thing on this list needed is the police station. Ditlser loves to spend our money.

Lets put roundabouts on 8th,9th and 10th & Connor

How about we just pave all the streets. These things are no good if we can't get to them

We need roundabouts on 191st between Little Chicago and 31. Especially with all the new housing additions. And I understand part of that is Westfield.

I would like to see something like the monon center water park. Morse beach and forest park aren’t cutting it.

Add to the list keep the train tracks. Save the rails and add a trail next to them.

There needs to be a roundabout at 191st and Promise Road. That is where there is a lot of traffic.

I cant believe 32/ conner st and cumberland intersection has not been addressed What a nightmare.

Will they be tearing buildings out downtown for this?

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