Call the Township Office to learn more about specific services: 317-773-0249
Staff assist Noblesville Township residents who are in crisis and need financial assistance. Click here for income guidelines to see if you generally qualify for assistance. (See Township Assistance tab)
During Coronavirus Restrictions: Noblesville Township is providing food bags every Wednesday 9a to 4p. Various food items are also available to choose from right inside the front door Wednesday – Friday each week (i.e. bread, refrigerated items). One person in your family can come in at a time.
The Trustee’s Office contracts with the local fire department to provide protection for residents of the Township.
In a situation where a family is homeless, the Trustee’s Office will do its best to provide shelter when shelter resources are available. Hamilton County has few resources for emergency shelter and/or very-low income housing.
Township Trustee is responsible for maintaining abandoned and public cemeteries within its borders. Specifically, Noblesville Township maintains four cemeteries including Caylor, Tharp and Weaver and Mott.
Burial or cremation assistance is available for indigent persons or low income families who lack the resources to provide a proper burial for a loved one. The process must start with the Trustee’s Office before making arrangements with a funeral home. The loved one must also have lived in Noblesville Township at the time of death; next of kin must provide the death certificate.
The family must complete an application under the name of the deceased. Paperwork to support the application along with a brief interview will also be required. Call the office for more specific information.
Destruction of certain invasive weeds including the noxious Canada Thistle, Johnson Grass, Field Bindwind is a responsibility of the Noblesville trustee. If a complaint is made, the Trustee will investigate to identify the problem; once identified, the landowner must destroy the plants within 5 days from receipt of written notice from the Trustee’s office.
Link to the Purdue Extension article on Canada Thistle:
Families with few financial resources or are in a financial crisis can apply for holiday assistance. Holiday meals for an entire family are delivered for both Thanksgiving and Christmas. Christmas gifts for the children also can be provided. The ages and sizes of the children. The number of applicants is limited so you will want to sign up early. The application is available starting October 1 each year.
More to come
Noblesville Township partners with the Noblesville Schools to offer free Summer Recreation Camps. More than 20 camps are available for youth primarily in grades 1-8.
Camps include traditional athletic programming such as basketball, track and field, cross country, tennis, soccer, football and swimming. Other camps may include dance, color guard, archery, synchronized swimming , hiking and adventure camps.
To register, check the www.noblesvilleschools.org website beginning in April of each year. Camps fill up extremely quickly!