Milling and resurfacing of streets to occur in downtown Noblesville

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NOBLESVILLE, Ind. (April 18, 2016) –The City of Noblesville have announced the tentative schedule to address road infrastructure changes that will be made to 9th and Logan streets in Downtown Noblesville in the coming weeks. Details of the construction work include:

  • Saturday, April 23 – Curb repair will begin at the alley approach on 9th Street between Logan and Clinton streets. The City of Noblesville parking lot No. 4 and the west entrance to Key Bank’s parking lot will be closed Saturday and Sunday. Each will reopen by 7:30 a.m. Monday, April 25. The Clinton Street entrance to Key Bank’s parking lot will remain open.
  • Wednesday, April 27 through Friday April 2 – Milling and resurfacing of 9th Street from Maple to Clinton streets and Logan Street from the 8th Street intersection to the 10th Street intersection will take place. Work on 9th Street will not include Conner Street.  Weather permitting, the work will be conducted from 7 p.m. to 7 a.m. to avoid causing parking issues downtown during the day. Parking on 9th Street will be available Friday night. E&B will post “No Parking” signs in areas of work Monday, April 25.

    downtown Noblesville

    downtown Noblesville

“We are trying to be cognizant of our downtown businesses and restaurants and work with them so road construction will take place during off hours. This project is a holdover from last year and will primarily utilize funds left over from last year’s budget and contract,” said City Engineer John Beery. “Roadwork is taking place this month in preparation of the State of Indiana’s signal project on Conner Street in Downtown Noblesville. The city will follow that with our own signal update on Logan Street. Each project will take place this summer.”

Logan and 9th streets were last resurfaced in 2004. By combining the projects, the city is attempting to create as minimal a disturbance as possible to the public.