Noblesville Begins Resurfacing Work On Four Road Projects



The City of Noblesville will begin work on road projects within the next week that are part of its annual street rehabilitation program. None of the projects will require closures, but motorists may have temporary lane restrictions or be under flagger control at the work sites.

  • Work on the Americans with Disabilities Act sidewalk ramps will begin this week on 10th Street. It is expected to take two weeks to complete. There may be temporary no parking on corners when work is underway, but this construction should have a minimal disruption to the public. This is the first step of the 10th Street resurfacing project from Greenfield Avenue to Field Drive.
  • Two additional projects will begin this week, starting with the milling of portions of Hague Road between 196th and 216th streets on Tuesday, May 7. Milling will follow Wednesday, May 8 on Lakeview Drive (State Road 32/38 to bend) and Lafayette Road (Lakeview Drive to State Road 38). Resurfacing will follow in each area and is expected to be completed in a week – weather permitting. Flaggers will be on site to assist with traffic control.

  • The resurfacing of 2.28 miles Hazel Dell Road will begin around May 20 – weather permitting. The project will be divided into portions with milling followed by paving from Noble Crossing Drive to State Road 32. Motorists should expect temporary lane restrictions during construction, which may last four weeks.