Committee to study downtown Noblesville parking situation

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The ordinance on the books allows downtown 32 parking for two hours free each day, not two hours each spot. (File photo)

The ordinance on the books allows downtown 32
parking for two hours free each day, not two
hours each spot. (File photo)

Mayor John Ditslear has formed a new parking task force in order to examine and address concerns that have been expressed about situation in downtown Noblesville. The task force consists of Noblesville representatives from the city, chamber of commerce, Main Street, common council and downtown business owners, merchants and residents.

“Each member of the task force has heard various concerns about parking and we all share the goal of wanting to improve downtown parking,” said Ditslear. “While we cannot solve each concern to everyone’s satisfaction, I believe it makes sense for us to all meet as a group and work together to create solutions whenever possible.”

The group will hold its first public meeting on March 4 and will be compiling a master list of parking issues. It will then begin the process of addressing each issue and evaluating and creating various options to help concerns.

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