Home for the Holidays Tour

*Click on the map above to view it as a PDF. To view individual parade routes, click on the route name below.*

Yellow Route – 1 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 4
Start – NFD Station #75 (191st Street)
Subdivisions include: Monarch Springs, Roudebush Farms, Roudebush Woods, Meadows, Highlands Prairie, Potters Woods, Greenvalley Estates, Fairfield Farms, Downtown Noblesville, Southwest Quad, North Lake Village and Noble Manor.

Red Route – 11:30 a.m. Sunday, Dec. 5
Start – Herriman Blvd.
Subdivisions include: Sommerwood, Wellington North, Wellington Northeast, Fox Glenn, Stony Ridge, Sagamore, Park Place at Sagamore, Flagstone Ridge,  Summerland Park, Flagstone Woods, Turnberry, Logans Pointe, Chapel Woods and Arbor Grove.

Blue Route – 2:30 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 5
Start – North Pointe Blvd cul-de-sac
Subdivisions include: Cumberland Pointe, Brighton Knoll, Waterman Farms, Cedar Path, Deer Path, Waterman Crossing,  Blue Ridge Creek, Highlands at Stony Creek, Stoney Creek Estates, and Union Crossing.

Orange Route – 10 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 11
Start – Noble Crossing Elementary
Subdivisions include: West Haven, Westmoor, Twin Oaks, Cherry Tree Meadows, Willow Lake, Midland Overlook, Essex, Lakeforest, Wood Hollow, Reserve at Woodside, Slater Woods, Holston Hills, Kingsley, Lochaven, Lochaven at Noble West and East Haven.

Pink Route – 1 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 11
Start – NFD Station #76
Subdivisions include: Hazel Dell Woods, Slater Ridge, Slater Run, Cranbrook, Villages at Pebble Brook, Pebble Brook, Conner Crossing, Albany Ridge, Mill Grove, Sagewood, Settlers Mill, Stone Harbour, Harbour Manor, Whitcomb Ridge, Oakmont, Westridge and Westbrook Village.

Green Route – 1 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 12
Start – Morse Beach Park
Subdivisions include: Morse Park Estates, Windwood, The Ridge, Monterey Village, Woods at Prairie Crossing, Prairie Crossing, Crystal Lake, East Harbour, Oakbay, North Harbor, Carlton Heights, Lakeside Estates, Harbor Woods, Lions Creek, Pine Knoll, Havenwood, Country Lake Estates, West Harbour, South Harbor and Morse Pointe.

Santa Tour

Noblesville Mayor Chris Jensen has announced the return of the “Home for the Holidays Tour” featuring Santa Claus.

Due to the rise of COVID-19 cases and public health concerns, several changes to the city’s holiday events were made last year, including the creation of the outdoor neighborhood tour.

“The pandemic made us be creative and shift our plans to keep the holiday spirit alive. What we saw were larger crowds of enthusiastic residents that really enjoyed the new format,” said Jensen. “Because of the numbers we saw, and the ability to thank our first responders and essential city workers, I decided to have the neighborhood tour once again this year.”

The “Home for the Holidays Tour” is headlined by Santa Claus, who will be joined by several city departments including the police, fire, street, engineering, utilities and parks vehicles as they make their way throughout Noblesville neighborhoods over the course of two weekends in December.

Jensen added, “The Home for the Holidays Tour allows us to take Santa to the people. Last year, we saw so many residents of all ages and neighborhoods come out to see the municipal parade. I saw grandparents’ FaceTiming the parade with family members, young children displaying homemade signs and some homes made it a party with neighbors around a fire pit. It was a great time to be outside, and see so many smiling faces.”

While Santa will not be available as part of the Holidays at the Hill festivities at Federal Hill Commons, the city has added a special mailbox at the Christmas Cottage. Santa will be checking it to read all of the letters dropped off by children with their holiday wishes.