From Mayor John Ditslear:
“Last year was an exciting one in Noblesville. We saw policy or strategy changes in a number of departments so employees are more efficient and citizens are better served.
“Infrastructure was a major focus in 2017. Studies are being done to address traffic movement east/west on Pleasant Street and north/south on (Ind.) 37. Current roadways in need of care were repaved and more than 9 miles of new trails were built. Noblesville Utilities also started a major renovation to address stormwater sewers and drainage issues in northern Old Town.
“Noblesville opened its fifth city park, Federal Hill Commons, and started to look at Phase I of Finch Creek Park. These are just a few of our highlights from 2017. To share more, we have compiled this comprehensive year-end report from our departments about key interests in our community. There is so much taking place in our city. I hope you enjoy reading about the hard work being done by our employees. Throughout 2017, we remained steadfast in preparing for the future. I know the momentum of our current projects will continue to grow in 2018. I want to thank you for helping make Noblesville be the best it can be. Let’s continue working together to make 2018 another year to remember.”
2010 2016 2017 2018
51,969 60,183 61,054 62,382
The city has an approximate population for Noblesville by estimates based on several different calculation methods.
The last U.S. Census in 2010 had Noblesville’s population at 51,969. In its latest estimate, July 1, 2016, the census had increased the city’s population estimate to 60,183. All estimates are based on residents living within the city’s limits.