City looking for feedback in housing survey


The City of Noblesville announced Jan. 4 it is seeking input from current and potential residents to establish a vision for its housing market.

The city held a Housing Vision Study input session in and has created a short survey to gather additional public feedback for those who were unable to attend.

The survey, which can be found online at, allows participants to share their thoughts and preferences on what type of housing should be planned in the city.

“Your input will be referenced in the ongoing Housing Vision Study,” Noblesville Planning Director Sarah Reed stated in a press release. “It is the city’s goal to garner as much input as possible.”

Reed said she encourages individuals to share the survey with neighbors, friends and family interested in the future of housing in Noblesville.

The survey will be available online through Monday, January 15.

City officials say the purpose of the project is to develop a vision plan for the city’s housing strategy based on the 2016 Housing Analysis and input from community stakeholders.

“The proposed vision principles include a diverse housing stock, community/amenity connections, adaptive reuse/highest and best use, walkability, vision platform and to honor our history,” the press release read.

The city previously completed a housing study indicating the housing demands and trends of the area in 2016. The study can be viewed at;id=6492.