Noblesville Releases 2018 Comprehensive Year in Review


 Annual Report

The City of Noblesville has released its year-end report. The 2018 Annual Report details major accomplishments from every city department and within the community during the past year.

“2018 was an exciting year in Noblesville. We showed resolve and compassion as a community in the face of challenges,” said Mayor John Ditslear. “At the city level, our departments achieved so much, from future plans to policy changes and new initiatives to better serve our citizens more efficiently. I know the momentum of our current projects is continuing to grow in 2019.”

This is the third consecutive year the city has compiled a comprehensive year-end report. Previously, each department previously created its own annual report. In addition to city departments, the expanded 32-page report covers downtown, the Common Council, clean water program and upcoming projects. The report is available as a print version and an interactive one (which includes hyperlinks to additional information on a variety of subjects on each page).

“I am proud to share the hard work being done within our community. I believe residents will find this report informative and useful. I hope they enjoy learning more about our city and its services,” Ditslear said.