City of Noblesville offers free, metered downtown parking for holiday shopping season

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Street department employees Dusty Troutman, left, and Bob Gibson cover the parking meters in the lot immediately east of city hall on Nov. 24. The free parking initiative will be available throughout the remainder of 2015. (Submitted photo)

Street department employees Dusty Troutman, left, and Bob Gibson cover the parking meters in the lot immediately east of city hall on Nov. 24. The free parking initiative will be available throughout the remainder of 2015. (Submitted photo)

Prior to the start of the holiday shopping season, Noblesville Mayor John Ditslear has announced the December free parking initiative for the city hall metered parking lot (Lot 2) will return again this year.

Offered since 2007, this initiative’s goal has been to encourage downtown holiday shopping, as the parking lot is located just one block away from the courthouse square.

The city hall public parking lot is located immediately east of city hall and between Conner and Maple Streets. Members of the Noblesville Street Dept. placed covers over all of the meters in the lot on the morning of Nov. 24, and they will remain until the end of 2015.

“Each holiday season, we’ve offered this program as a way to inspire people to explore the many shops, restaurants and arts venues that downtown Noblesville has to offer,” Ditslear said. “I hope many people will take advantage of free parking in the city hall lot and help support the local downtown businesses.”

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