Riverview Health and Noblesville Main Street are teaming up to provide additional parking options for people attending the Noblesville Farmers Market on Saturday mornings.
“Riverview Health is a proud supporter of Noblesville Main Street’s Farmers Market,” said Larry Christman, chief operating officer of Riverview Health. “To further support this event, we will be providing additional parking for market goers. The outpatient surgery area on the northeast corner of our campus, just up the hill, and in the shopping center parking lot just west of our campus will be available for all patrons.”
As part of the farmers market location announcement for 2016, both organizations referenced the need for flexibility as planned development for Riverview Health in the overflow lot draws near.
“We estimate the weekly attendance average at around 3,000 visitors,” said Chris Owens, executive director of Noblesville Main Street. “As the oldest and one of the larger markets in central Indiana, safety is our top priority. Riverview Health has been a gracious host and has offered additional options to help with traffic and parking issues.”
The farmers market will move to Federal Hill Commons in the spring of 2017. Noblesville Main Street has engaged in discussion with the city relating to safe travel to and from as well as in and out of the market. Patrons will be encouraged to walk or bike as an active means of transportation.
Want to go?
What: Noblesville Farmers Market.
When: Each Saturday, 8 a.m. to noon, through Oct. 15.
Where: Riverview Health overflow lot, 385 Westfield Rd., Noblesville.
Cost: Entry and parking is free.