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 Leaf Pickup Service
The Noblesville Street Department is in the process of their annual leaf pickup program which will continue weekly until Friday, December 15. Learn more about the methods to dispose of leaves at youtu.be/mUDZXf-d_gM
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The Noblesville Parks & Recreation Department has announced Pickleball open gym hours for fall and winter. As Pickleball continues to grow in popularity, open gym hours offer a fun, competitive way for the community to play the sport. All skill levels are encouraged to participate in open gym hours to learn more about Pickleball.
Pickleball open gym hours are held on Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings from 9 a.m. to noon at the Recreation Annex in Ivy Tech Community College, 300 North 17th Street. Morning open gym hours will not be offered on November 22 and 24, December 25 and January 1. Weekday evening hours will be held from 6 to 8 p.m. Mondays from November 6 through December 18 and 5 to 7 p.m. Tuesdays from January 9 through April 24. Open gym hours also will be held from 1 to 3 p.m. Sundays starting November 5. Sunday open gym will not be held on December 24 and 31.
Participants should park on the east side of the building off of Harrison Street by Hare Chevrolet Football Stadium and enter Gate 18. The cost for a drop-in player is $5 or a Punch Pass is available for $50 for 12 visits. For more information, contact the Parks Department at (317) 770-5750 or visit www.noblesvilleparks.org.
For those not familiar with the sport, Pickleball was created for all ages and skill levels and is played with a paddle and a plastic ball with holes. The rules are simple and the game is easy for beginners to learn, but can develop into a quick, fast-paced, competitive game for experienced players. Pickleball combines many elements of tennis, badminton and ping-pong. It is played indoors on a badminton-sized court with a slightly modified tennis net.
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