Last month, City of Noblesville officials named Jeremiah Schroeder as the new recreation manager for Noblesville Parks and Recreation.
Schroeder joins Noblesville Parks after working for Carmel Clay Parks and Recreation for five months. Prior to CCPR, he worked a combined 15 years at the City of Greenfield Parks and Recreation Dept., Coconut Creek (Fla.) Parks Dept. and the City of Miramar (Fla.).
In his new role, Schroeder will manage the planning, promotion and supervision of all the city’s recreation programs, including camps during seasonal school breaks. He will oversee three full-time and more than 30 part-time employees. The recreation side of the department also manages facility rentals, auditorium shows and more at the Recreation Annex at Ivy Tech.
“I’m excited for the opportunity to join the Noblesville Parks’ team and help to continue to grow the strong camp and community programs,” Schroeder said. “I look forward to helping residents take advantage of our current offerings and develop new programs they can enjoy with their families. I most enjoy programs that deal with the outdoors. Examples would include trail hikes, bicycle-related events and any type of informal play in parks.”
City officials laud Schroeder’s experience.
“Jeremiah will be a great asset to our team and to the City of Noblesville. He will be charged with helping to expand or improve our current offerings with new opportunities for the community to utilize our eight city parks as well as rental facilities,” Noblesville Parks Director Brandon Bennett said. “His wide range of past experience and his passion for parks and recreation makes him a perfect fit to our team.”
Born in Dayton, Ohio, Schroeder grew up near Bloomington and graduated from Indiana University, where he studied parks, recreation and leisure studies. He lives in Fishers with his wife and their two daughters.