The City of Noblesville would like to announce the completion of the second phase of the Riverwalk project and invite the public to the ribbon cutting ceremony. The ceremony will be held on Thursday, May 30 beginning at 11:30am. Following the ceremony, a light lunch of hot dogs, chips, and drinks will be served while supplies last. RSVP’s are not necessary. The ceremony will be held on the east side of the White River where Riverwalk meets the pedestrian bridge leading to Forest Park.
Phase One of Riverwalk was a Hamilton County project and consisted of creating a trail to connect the Hamilton County employee parking lot underneath the Conner Street/State Road 32 bridge and back up to the Judicial Center. Phase Two of Riverwalk is a City of Noblesville project and consists of extending the trail under the Logan Street bridge and up again where it now connects with the pedestrian bridge to Forest Park.
“As in many communities, trails are definitely a popular amenity in our city. Completion of this second phase of Riverwalk allows us to increase our trail inventory as well as provide an easy way for people to enjoy the beauty of the White River, downtown Noblesville, and Forest Park,” said Mayor John Ditslear.