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As part of National Public Works Week, Noblesville will show off the people, vehicles and equipment that get the various jobs around the city done. The Noblesville Public Works Palooza event was 5 to 7 p.m. Tuesday, May 21 at Federal Hill Commons.
The community was invited to get a closer peek at the numerous public work jobs that the Noblesville streets, wastewater utilities, engineering and parks departments do for the city. The event featured a variety of free activities for kids and adults. More than 20 vehicles were on display including a bucket truck, loader, dump truck, asphalt recycler, combo truck, mini excavator and a camera truck.
Guests also helped "Paint a Plow" blade, walked across a 20-foot by 20-foot aerial watershed map of the city, and played with the Rec 2 Go van. New this year, the event included child passports with information about the various city departments. Stations had stamps and once completed, children received a goody bag before they leave.
With the Indianapolis 500 race on May 26, Noblesville incorporated the "Greatest Spectacle in Racing" into the celebration. The Borg-Warner Trophy was onsite for residents to take pictures with and Noblesville residents Sarah Knight and Tori Chandler, who are 500 Festival Princesses, were in attendance.
National Public Works Week is May 19 through 25 and honors those who work in the profession.As part of National Public Works Week, Noblesville will show off the people, vehicles and equipment that get the various jobs around the city done. The Noblesville Public Works Palooza event was 5 to 7 p.m. Tuesday, May 21 at Federal Hill Commons.
The community was invited to get a closer peek at the numerous public work jobs that the Noblesville streets, wastewater utilities, engineering and parks departments do for the city. The event featured a variety of free activities for kids and adults. More than 20 vehicles were on display including a bucket truck, loader, dump truck, asphalt recycler, combo truck, mini excavator and a camera truck.
Guests also helped 'Paint a Plow' blade, walked across a 20-foot by 20-foot aerial watershed map of the city, and played with the Rec 2 Go van. New this year, the event included child passports with information about the various city departments. Stations had stamps and once completed, children received a goody bag before they leave.
With the Indianapolis 500 race on May 26, Noblesville incorporated the 'Greatest Spectacle in Racing' into the celebration. The Borg-Warner Trophy was onsite for residents to take pictures with and Noblesville residents Sarah Knight and Tori Chandler, who are 500 Festival Princesses, were in attendance.
National Public Works Week is May 19 through 25 and honors those who work in the profession.
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A few rain drops won't stop our Public Works Palooza from 5-7pm at Federal Hill Commons. Also, don't miss out on the Borg-Warner Trophy, official Indy 500 pace car and two Noblesville 500 Festival Princesses ... See moreSee less

A few rain drops wont stop our Public Works Palooza from 5-7pm at Federal Hill Commons. Also, dont miss out on the Borg-Warner Trophy, official Indy 500 pace car and two Noblesville 500 Festival Princesses