Noblesville Preservation Alliance: Safeguarding Noblesville History

The Noblesville Preservation Alliance (NPA) is an organization of like-minded Noblesville, Indiana residents that work together to protect and preserve Noblesville history. The goals of the Noblesville Preservation Alliance include “identifying, protecting and maintaining the integrity of historic structures and neighborhoods” and “…expanding the appreciation of historic resources in Noblesville.”

To that end, the Noblesville Preservation Alliance has saved many lovely homes, buildings, and other historic places in Noblesville, and helped maintain many more. The NPA has also presented the town with a list of the ten most endangered historic structures in order to identify the buildings that are in danger of destruction through demolition or simple neglect.

After a likely prospect is identified, the Noblesville Preservation Alliance arranges to meet with the owner and offer whatever assistance they can in a professional and charitable capacity.

Promotional video for the Noblesville Preservation Alliance’s Garden Tour

Noblesville, a suburb of Indiana state capital Indianapolis, is home to hundreds of examples of historic architecture. The city is one of the fastest-growing in the United States, yet its roots are strong and evident. From historic Main Street on the Courthouse Square in downtown Noblesville, to its popular old-time Hamilton County Fairgrounds, Noblesville holds fast to its pioneer heritage. The NPA encourages education about the value of Noblesville’s historic structures and the town’s unique heritage.

The Noblesville Preservation Alliance also makes it a point to identify buildings that are eligible to be listed in the National Register of Historic Places, and has placed several listings already. Acceptance on the list enhances the prestige and general atmosphere of the building as well as the town.

Noblesville Preservation Alliance
PO Box 632
Noblesville, IN 46061