Noblesville News

There’s always something new in our dynamic, growing, Hipstoric community. Here’s what’s been happening lately.

Request For Proposals for the Downtown Streetscape Master Plan

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Request For Proposals for the Downtown Streetscape Master Plan

Noblesville Chosen as Site of New BorgWarner Technical Center

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Noblesville Chosen as Site of New BorgWarner Technical Center The City of Noblesville has been selected by BorgWarner as the site of a new technical center focused on propulsion system solutions for combustion, hybrid and electric vehicles. The facility will be built at the southeast corner of 141st Street and Olio Road along the I-69 […]

Council Approves Economic Revitalization Areas For Two Noblesville Projects

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The Noblesville Common Council approved the preliminary resolution designating economic revitalization areas for two Noblesville business projects in the city Tuesday evening. “Noblesville Assisted Living Group LLC will bring new and significant assisted living square footage with attractive amenities to Noblesville,” said Judi Johnson, Noblesville economic development director. “Universal Blower Pac Inc., a long time […]

Noblesville Breaks Ground On Midland Trace Trail

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Noblesville Breaks Ground On Midland Trace Trail Noblesville officials broke ground today on its first phase of the Midland Trace Trail, a 12-foot-wide multi-use path that will connect Westfield’s portion of the trail at Gray Road east to Hazel Dell Road. The project increases Noblesville’s trail availability and connectivity and accomplishes a goal of making […]

Noblesville, Fishers & Hamilton County Commissioners Propose New Nickel Plate Trail To Connect Communities, Replace Deteriorating Rail Line

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Noblesville Mayor John Ditslear and Fishers Mayor Scott Fadness were joined by Hamilton County Commissioners today to announce a joint partnership to develop the Nickel Plate Trail, a 14-foot wide paved pedestrian and bicycle trail connecting the two cities from 96th Street in Fishers to Pleasant Street in Noblesville, totaling 9.2 miles. The Nickel Plate […]