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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Noblesville Council President Brian Ayer, left, presents fellow council member Chris Jensen with a plaque for his service, dedication and leadership serving as 2018 council president during the first meeting of 2019. Jensen is the council representative from District 2. ... See moreSee less

Noblesville Council President Brian Ayer, left, presents fellow council member Chris Jensen with a plaque for his service, dedication and leadership serving as 2018 council president during the first meeting of 2019. Jensen is the council representative from District 2.

Noblesville Street Department crews will be in at midnight to start plowing once snow falls. To assist crews, please do NOT park vehicles on the street whenever possible. (While the picture is not from our city, it does illustrate how tight roads can be with on-street parking and the difficulties plows have clearing snow). Having clearer roadways also assists Noblesville Police Department & Noblesville Fire Department to safely navigate streets while responding to calls for service or emergencies. Lastly, the city wants to remind drivers that even though they can see the plow truck, the plow driver may not see you and to give them a little extra room on the roads. ... See moreSee less

Noblesville Street Department crews will be in at midnight to start plowing once snow falls. To assist crews, please do NOT park vehicles on the street whenever possible. (While the picture is not from our city, it does illustrate how tight roads can be with on-street parking and the difficulties plows have clearing snow). Having clearer roadways also assists Noblesville Police Department & Noblesville Fire Department to safely navigate streets while responding to calls for service or emergencies. Lastly, the city wants to remind drivers that even though they can see the plow truck, the plow driver may not see you and to give them a little extra room on the roads.

 

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I know it will get plowed eventually, but why does the city leave the cul-de-sacs for last? The snow plow was a few feet away on the regular street, now they have to come back out to plow a cul-de-sac? I'm sure there is some sort of logic behind it, I just don't get it.

2 days and they still haven’t found our culdesac? Do we get a tax discount...this happens every year?

I'll go ahead and compliment the street department now, well done guys and gals!! I appreciate all you do.

On the sidewalks ok?

Just push all your snow around the cars on the street and they will get their cars out in the spring. or at least that is what we do in upstate New York when we get 4' of snow, all the time. It works great.

Noblesville 2029...Is that building on the left The Levinson?

Good announcement but didn’t see many streets plowed this morning. 🤦🏽‍♂️

Big big thank you for always keep our roads safe. You all are awesome.

Sorry, plow guys...no driveway. But thanks for your hard work! Sincerely, Old Town residents

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