Noblesville Begins 2017 Street Rehabilitation Projects

Noblesville Begins 2017 Street Rehabilitation Projects
August 18, 2017
Noblesville Economic Development

Noblesville started its street rehabilitation project this week to address the most necessary needs within the city. This year's list has expanded to include more asphalt replacing than in years past.

“Noblesville's $1.8 million road and alley repaving project contains projects in every quadrant of the city and will positively impact resident's neighborhoods and traveling motorists,” John Ditslear said.

City Engineer John Beery said that this year's rehabilitation projects include 6.8 miles of street and 0.9 miles of alleys in Old Town Noblesville.

“Over the past year, we have completely inventoried and viewed all streets and alleys. Once each road is evaluated and graded, a street rehabilitation list is made based on priority,” he said. “We make every effort to address the worst ones or areas.”

Resurfacing projects include the Wellingtons, North and South Harbour, Monterey Village, James Place, Prairie Crossing, Cumberland Pointe, Old Town, and miscellaneous thoroughfares.

Construction began this week. Signs are placed on site a week before construction begins and mailings will be sent to affected homeowners. This construction will cause minor inconveniences including traffic delays, temporary loss of street parking, construction noise, and access restrictions. All measures will be taken to facilitate construction in a quick and timely fashion.

Project status and updates will be reported via the city's social media feeds. For more information, contact the Engineering Department at 317-776-6330.

2017 Street Rehabilitation Projects

MISCELLANEOUS THOROUGHFARES – Willowview Road (171st Street to S.R. 32); Cherry Tree Road (171st Street to the south of Black Oak Drive); Hazel Dell Turn Lane (Belchamp Drive); and Ar Les Drive.

CUMBERLAND POINTE – Cumberland Pointe Blvd (Golden Drive to Golden Drive); Golden Drive (Cumberland Pointe to Cumberland Pointe); and Gallow Lane.

JAMES PLACE – Monticello Court and Overland Court.

MONTEREY VILLAGE – Monterey Court; East Terrace Drive; Hollowview Court; Whispering Willow Drive; and Whispering Willow Court (north and south).

NORTH HARBOUR – Banbury Road (Carrigan Road to Queensbury Drive); Queensbury Drive; Westchester Blvd. (Cheshire Circle to end of the street); Harbour Trees Lane; and Wesley Circle.

OLD TOWN STREET APPROACHES – 12th and Logan Streets (both approaches); 14th and Clinton Streets (south approach) and 14th & Logan Streets (south approach).

OLD TOWN ALLEYS – Wayne Street (10th to 12th streets); Wayne Street (14th to 16th streets); Conner Street (13th to 18th streets); 12th Street (Cherry Street to Maple Ave.); 11th Street (Plum to Vine streets); and Pleasant Street (9th to 10th streets).

PRAIRIE CROSSING – Prairie Crossing Drive (Lakeview Drive to 0.44 miles north); Meadow Rue Road (Prairie Crossing Drive to 130 feet west); and Lakeview Drive (Long Walk Lane to Hague Road).

SOUTH HARBOUR – Bittersweet Court; Catalpa Court; Redwood Circle; Butternut Court; Snowberry Court; Tulip Court; Buckeye Court; Ash Circle; Sweetgum Court; Ironwood Circle; Willow Way; and Willow Court.

WELLINGTON ESTATES – Ashbourne Drive (Somerset Court to end of street); Somerset Court; Cambridge Court; Manchester Court; and White Haven Court.

WELLINGTON OVERLOOK – Wellington Overlook East; Wellington Overlook North; and Wellington Overlook South.

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