Noblesville was founded in 1823 and is described as a “whole life community”, meaning it is a place where residents can do everything from raising a family to pursuing a career to retiring and everything in between. It has an evident historic past as well as a lively future in the modern economy. New home and business construction is found throughout the city, however, brick-paved streets and some of its architectural elements give it a rich, historic tone. Noblesville’s standard housing costs are between $215,000 and over $400,000.

Downtown Noblesville is a diverse commercial district, where you can find coffee shops, cafes, antique stores, and professional offices, not to mention Victorian homes dating from the late 1800s. This era also gave Noblesville its blue collar heritage as a hard-working city with a strong base of manufacturing and industrial jobs.


Noblesville is the county seat of Hamilton County and is located 17 miles northeast of Indianapolis at the junction of State Roads 32 and 37. Interstate 69 is 4 miles southeast of the city.

POPULATION (figures based on 2000 Census)

City: 23,046
County: 182,740 – Hamilton County


Electric: Duke Energy
Gas: Vectren
Water: Indianapolis Water Company
Sewer: Noblesville Sewer – 317-776-6353
Telephone: AT&T
Trash: Republic Services


Police: Noblesville Police Department
Police: Hamilton County Sheriff’s Department
Police: Indiana State Police
Fire Department: Noblesville Fire Department
Post Office: United States Post Office
Library: Noblesville Southeastern Public Library – 1 Library Plaza – 317-773-1384
City: Noblesville City Hall – 15 S. 10th St. – 317-773-4614
Chamber: Noblesville Chamber of Commerce


Local: Riverview Hospital
Carmel: Clarian North Medical Center
Indianapolis: Indiana University Hospital
Indianapolis: St. Vincent Hospital
Indianapolis: St. Vincent Women’s Hospital -Indianapolis
Indianapolis: Community Hospitals


Local: Carmel/Noblesville Daily Ledger – 317-773-1210
Indianapolis: Indianapolis Star
Indianapolis: Indianapolis Business Journal


Indianapolis: Indianapolis International Airport

SCHOOLS (Various private and parochial schools also serve this area)

Websites: Department of Education
Elementary: Forest Hill Elementary – 470 Lakeview Dr. – 317-773-3586
Elementary: Hazel Dell Elementary – 3025 Westfield Rd. – 317-867-0021
Elementary: Hinkle Creek Elementary – 595 S. Harbour Dr. – 317-776-0840
Elementary: North Elementary – 440 N. 10th St. – 317-773-0482
Elementary: Stoney Creek Elementary – 1350 Greenfield Dr. – 317-773-0582
Elementary: White River Elementary – 19000 Cumberland Rd. – 317-770-2080
Middle School: Noblesville Middle School – 300 N. 17th St. – 317-773-0782
High School: Noblesville High School – 18111 Cumberland Rd. – 317-773-4680
Other: Noblesville Intermediate School – 317-776-7792


In addition to the quality educational system in this diverse city, you will find a thriving downtown square filled with exciting retail shops, restaurants, and 3 city parks. Forest Park, filled with wooded areas, picnic and open-play areas, offers facilities for tennis, volleyball, basketball and croquet courts. Golfers have a choice of 2 city-owned PGA registered courses: Forest Park and Fox Prairie. Morse Reservior is also located in Noblesville and offers boating activities.

Conner Prairie Pioneer Settlement, a nationally-recognized living history museum, hosts the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra from June through August for the Symphony on the Prairie concert series.

Verizon Wireless Music Center, located at 12880 E. 146th Street, hosts a variety of popular performers and musical groups throughout the summer months. Stonycreek Farm and The Belfry (community theater) offer entertainment and a unique recreational opportunity for the entire family.