Road resurfacing projects begin this week in Noblesville
Beginning this week week and running through the rest of April, the City of Noblesville will begin street resurfacing of four areas within the city.
The order, which is subject to change and is weather dependent, includes the Pine Knoll subdivision, Logan and Nixon streets near Federal Hill Commons, Fairfield Farms subdivision and Mercantile Boulevard.
The city says work on Logan and Nixon streets will help complete the Federal Hill Commons area and prepare it for its grand opening on April 29. The remaining three projects are part of the State’s Community Crossings matching grant the city received last year. Sidewalk work was completed in the fall, and the street resurfacing this month completes the projects.
“The matching grant allows Noblesville to address two subdivisions and a heavily traveled commercial street that otherwise would have had to wait for funding,” Mayor John Ditslear stated in a press release.
The city says these projects are using 2016 funds. The Noblesville Engineering Dept. is working on the 2017 street rehabilitation and resurfacing list, which is based on grades of each roadway throughout the city, to be bid later this spring for summer construction.