Noblesville Common Councilor and lifelong Noblesville resident Chris Jensen has announced his intention to run for mayor of the city.
Jensen made the announcement to a group of supporters, which included special guest speakers former State Sen. Luke Kenley and State Rep. Kathy Richardson at BlueSky Technology Partners downtown. A public announcement was made this morning.
“Our city is growing and is facing new opportunities and challenges,” Jensen stated. “I believe I am the right person to lead our city into its next chapter.”
Currently, Jensen is the Noblesville Common Council president and has served on the finance, parks, economic development and roads committees over the past two years.
Prior to his current role as a client service manager for Lochmueller Group, Jensen served for many years in the office of former Lt. Governor Becky Skillman as special assistant and director of Intergovernmental Affairs. Jensen also was executive director of the 2016 Indiana Bicentennial Commission.
“We must take a collaborative approach across the community to make Noblesville a great city that people of all ages are proud to call home,” Jensen stated.
Jensen also serves on the board of the Noblesville High School Alumni Association and Nickel Plate Arts. He and his wife, Julie, are volunteers and members at Grace Church in Noblesville. They both are Butler University graduates and are parents to CJ, Vivian and Hank.