Brian Ayer, Noblesville real estate broker and business leader, has been serving the community on the Noblesville Common Council since he was first elected in 2003. After filing his paperwork for the highly contested at-large race, Ayer hopes to be re-elected to his fourth term.
Ayer said that many of his goals remain the same from when he first ran for office.
“I am aware of the quality of life issues and concerns that people have regarding our city,” he said. “Encouraging economic development without sacrificing long-time local businesses; addressing budget concerns while working within the property tax caps enacted by state legislature, maintaining and enhancing our historic, vibrant downtown and executing a common sense approach to residential growth to protect our schools are all things that must be accomplished by the council.”
Ayer has served on the boards of Habitat for Humanity of Hamilton County, Noblesville Main Street and Noblesville Chamber of Commerce, where he served one year as president. He was actively involved in several committees which include the comprehensive master plan, Noblesville parking task force and the economic development committees for chamber of commerce and Noblesville Main Street. While on the council, Ayer has served on the architectural review board and economic development, roads and traffic, parks and planning committees.
Ayer has been a Noblesville resident since 1964 and graduated from Noblesville High School in 1976. He and his family started Ayer’s Real Estate in 1978, which serves Noblesville and Hamilton County. Ayer and his wife, Toni, have been married for 34 years and have two adult children, Ashley and Justin.