Signature Projects

East-West Corridor Connectivity

On July 29, 2020, the City of Noblesville hosted a public information meeting for Mayor Jensen’s top infrastructure priority to improve east-west connectivity with a new corridor crossing the White River through Noblesville. In order to pursue state funding, this public information meeting was a part of the state environmental process that requires due diligence in selecting a preferred alternative for the new corridor. Due to COVID restrictions, the presentation was pre-recorded and can be viewed above. Official public comment for the state environmental document must be sent to Robert Winebrinner via phone (317-780-7146) or email ( by August 12, 2020. As always, you may contact the City of Noblesville Engineering Department at 317-776-6330 with questions, comments and input at any time throughout the duration of the project.

INDOT Screening Memo Showing All Routes Evaluated

Noblesville East-West Corridor - Community Advisory Committee Meeting 11-12-2020 Minutes

Public Information Meeting PowerPoint Slides

Public Information Comment Sheet

East-West Corridor Location Map

Levinson Update

The Levinson Construction Update

  • Edward Rigdon has nearly completed rough framing on level 3 and rough framing on level 4 is approximately halfway done.

  • Contractors anticipate they will have the balance of level 4 framed with trusses and deck installed for the level 5 floor within 2 weeks. The project is currently anticipating mid-November for completion of level 5 and roof trusses.

  • Mechanical, electrical and plumbing rough-in has started on the 3rd floor and will continue to the 4th and 5th floors accordingly.

Comp Plan

The 2020 Noblesville Comprehensive Plan establishes a vision and strategic framework for the City's future.  The ultimate goal of this comprehensive plan is to promote and enhance the many unique assets in Noblesville and protect valuable natural features while also strengthening the City's tax base and offering a variety of housing options, thereby creating a stronger community.

Midland Trace Multi-Purpose Trail

The Midland Trace Trail runs along the abandoned “Midland” Central Indiana Railway corridor (approximately 0.2 mile south of State Road 32). To date, the city has completed three phases of the 12-foot-wide multiuse trail that runs from the Westfield border at Gray Road to Hague Road. Phase I extended Westfield’s portion of the Midland Trace across Gray Road to Hazel Dell Road in 2017. Phase II extended the trail east to Willowview and the trail was extended east to Hague Road and existing trails during the third phase in 2019. The intersection with the Little Chicago Road Trail includes a trailhead on Hazel Dell Road with restrooms, water fountain, parking lot, benches, a bike repair and air station and Zagster Bike Share.

Since the Midland Trace Trail was started in 2016, it has quickly become a frequently used, family-friendly amenity. The Noblesville portion of the trail extends 3.4 miles and connects Noblesville directly with our western neighboring cities and the Monon Trail to Carmel and Indianapolis.

                            Trail Running                 Kids on the Trail

State Road 37 Improvements

The current work taking place on State Road 37 between 146th and 126th streets is a joint project between the Indiana Department of Transportation, Hamilton County and the City of Fishers. Noblesville is working on the northern portion of SR37 improvement plans. For information about closures and construction in the southern portion, visit

146th Street

Railroad Station within Forest Park

The Indiana Transportation Museum’s lease within Forest Park expired on March 1, 2018. Since then, Indiana Department of Environmental Management (IDEM) and the City of Noblesville have investigated and remediated any potential contamination caused by ITM on the property. On June 29, 2018, Hamilton County Circuit Court Judge Paul Felix ruled in favor of the city and port authority on the motion filed by ITM. With backing from Hamilton County Tourism and Indiana Railroad’s Thomas Hoback, the Nickel Plate Heritage Railroad was awarded the new contract in 2018 to run excursion trains between Noblesville and Atlanta, Ind. For more information on their events, please visit


Capital Improvement Projects

 Logan Street Pedestrian Bridge

  • Widen the Logan Street bridge over the White River for improved pedestrian access
  • Completed

 Midland Trace Trail – Phase 3

  • Extend the Midland Trace Trail from Willowview Road to Hague Road
  • Completed 

Downtown Development

  • Form public-private partnerships to create new mixed-use developments with multi-family residential, commercial and structured parking in and near the downto­­­wn area
  • Approximate Timeline: The Levinson is currently under construction

Noblesville Police Headquarters

  • Build a new headquarters for Noblesville Police Department
  • Approximate Timeline: 2018-2020 

Olio Road

  • Improve Olio Road from 141st Street to north of 146th Street with four lanes, a roundabout at 146th Street and drainage improvements
  • Approximate Timeline: 2019-2020 

Pleasant Street

  • Initiate various intersection improvements along Pleasant Street
  • Approximate Timeline: 2019-2023 

Street Lights on 146th Street

  • Replace lights along 146th Street from SR 37 to I-69 with new energy efficient street lights
  • Approximate Timeline: 2019 

Roundabout Projects

  • Construct various roundabout projects – including one at Logan and Nixon near Federal Hill Commons
  • Approximate Timeline: 2021 

South 10th Street Trail and Drainage

  • Construct a pedestrian trail with improved drainage along 10th Street from Wellington Northeast to Greenfield Avenue
  • Approximate Timeline: 2022 

Little Chicago Pedestrian Bridge

  • Construct a pedestrian bridge over Morse Lake alongside Little Chicago Road
  • Approximate Timeline: 2023

Contact Us

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