Noblesville Common Councilor and longtime sportscaster Wil Hampton announced today his intention to run for another term, representing the city’s fourth district.
“We’ve worked hard and accomplished a lot, but there’s still work to do,” Hampton said in a statement.
Several important projects have rounded out Hampton’s first term, including The Levinson project, which will bring additional housing and parking downtown, Finch Creek Fieldhouse, the Little Chicago Road and Midland Trace Trails and more.
Hampton works as a client development specialist for Noblesville businesses The ELAM Group and 21ology. He also is on the administrative team for NewDay Network, an addiction recovery center; sits on the Noblesville Schools Education Foundation board; was chairman of the Educate Noblesville political action committee that is credited for bringing Ivy Tech to Noblesville; graduated from the Miller Ambassadors program. In the community, Hampton coaches youth sports and is a member of Our Lady of Grace Catholic Church. He is married to Becky and has three children, John, Will and Maggie.
“I’ve been approachable and available when resides have a question or concern,” he said. “I’ve also asked tough questions of the administration, staff and developers in order to reach the best results possible for our city and residents.”
Hampton can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.