Krupski Named New Noblesville City Engineer



The City of Noblesville has hired Alison Krupski as the new engineering department director. Krupski has served as Hamilton County’s Bridge Program Engineer for the past four years where she was responsible for budgeting, planning and overseeing the maintenance and construction of more than 325 bridges in the county.

 “Ali’s experience and a proven track record of success in engineering will be invaluable in meeting departmental goals and objectives,” said Mayor John Ditslear. “I am confident that Ali will be an excellent fit for this position and a strong asset to the team.”

Krupski is a lifelong resident of Noblesville. She grew up on the west side of Noblesville and graduated from Noblesville High School in 2002. After graduating from Purdue University in West Lafayette with a bachelor of science in civil engineering, she moved back to Noblesville where she lives with her husband, Pete.

“Anyone who knows me knows how much I love the City of Noblesville. I feel thankful and blessed that I get to be part of the planning and future of this great city,” she said. “I look forward to taking on the challenges we have in infrastructure alongside the great engineering staff already in place in Noblesville. Noblesville’s future is bright, and I am excited to serve this city that I have always called home."

Prior to her service in the public sector, Krupski worked for American Structurepoint in its bridge group where she designed bridges across the state. She is a licensed Professional Engineer in the State of Indiana and a graduate of the Hamilton County Leadership Academy.

Outside of work, Krupski devotes her time to volunteering and working with youth. She has been a leader with Young Life for the past 14 years. She and Pete volunteer and are members of Lord of Life Lutheran Church in Westfield. They enjoy traveling together, but Krupski said you can find them on most weekends walking around the square in downtown Noblesville.

Krupski will begin her new position on Monday, August 12.