Construction Updates

Construction Overview

The library is preparing for the future by focusing on improving access and expanding possibilities in the use of indoor and outdoor spaces. When completed, Fishers and Noblesville residents will enjoy more pedestrian-friendly access and gathering spaces, additional parking, improved traffic flow, plus more experiential learning opportunities.

Planning a visit?

If you have visited or driven by our Fishers and Noblesville libraries lately, you have noticed the initial renovation work required to maintain our buildings into the future and improve access for all. Our libraries will remain open during regular hours throughout the construction unless posted differently on our web page here or our lobby doors.


Artist Rendering
(Pictured: New Front Entrance at Noblesville Library)

The Noblesville library renovation will focus on improved traffic flow and expanded parking, increasing access to green spaces, creating outdoor amenities for all ages plus an updated front façade. We are expanding our Indiana Room with more experiential learning opportunities, exhibits, and improving second-floor access.

Beginning Monday, December 13, a new temporary entrance from the North parking lot will open.  Visitors may park in the newly-opened North parking lot. The South parking lot will close.  All visitors must enter the library through the new temporary entrance from the North lot.  Patrons may continue to use the South parking lot for Curbside Pickup Service and the book drop.

Noblesville Renovation Updates


Artist Rendering

The Fishers library renovation will focus on more pedestrian-friendly access and gathering spaces, improved traffic flow and expanded parking, integration of the south entrance with the Nickel Plate trail, redesigning the north entrance to become the new main entrance, and expanding the north side parking.

Currently the North and East parking lots are under construction. Library and Ignite Studio visitors can park in the library’s South lot or can find additional parking throughout the Nickel Plate District shown on the map below.

Fishers Renovation Updates

Preparing for the Future:

Our construction is planned with care to enhance our residents’ quality of life through innovation, greater accessibility, and discovery that allows all ages to learn and explore. The goals of our library construction projects are as follows:

  • Better access points to the buildings
  • Better traffic flow
  • Provide for the needed maintenance of our aging buildings and improve energy efficiency
  • Increase capacity for events and programs
  • Increase experiential learning opportunities
  • Shape outdoor spaces to provide increased programming opportunities
  • Increase access to green spaces and create outdoor amenities for all ages

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