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Though Noblesville is not the largest city in Hamilton County, it is still the county seat. It has retained its position by being business friendly and a fun place to live. Picasso Lawn and Landscaping renders our service to a number of businesses and homeowners in this city, and we are happy to contribute to the continued beautification of this mid-sized suburb of Indianapolis. Our lawn care and landscaping services helps create a favorable impression on visitors to the neighborhoods and business districts.

History
In 1818, Two years after Indiana was granted statehood, it purchased land from Native American tribes in what is now called Hamilton County. In 1823, after settlers began to congregate around the trading post of what is now Fishers, Indiana, William Conner and Josiah Polk planned out what would become the neighboring city of Noblesville. Just one year later, the city was named the county seat, nearly three decades before it was even officially incorporated in 1851. The same year of its incorporation, a railroad had finished construction, strengthening the city’s position for the future.

Later in the 19th century, Noblesville would expand drastically due to the Indiana gas boom. Much of the current neighborhoods and the expansion of the area for business occurred during this time period, making way for the placement of companies in its modern economy. 

Since 1970, the population of Noblesville has increased by no less than 46 percent per decade. At just 7,548 in 1970, it reported 51,969 at the 2010 census, nearly doubling its size from the previous decade. It continues to boom, with a 2015 estimate predicts that 59,093 reside in the city. The city covers an area of 32.79 square miles, 1.42 of which is water.

Economy and Tourism
The modern economy of Noblesville largely revolves around recreation and tourism. To start, there are a plethora of buildings and sections of town that are official historical sites. They include the Conner Street Historic District, the William Houston Craig House, Noblesville Milling Company Mill, the Holliday Hydroelectric Powerhouse and Dam, Hamilton County Courthouse Square, and more. Many of these historical buildings, as well as homes and structures that are not on the national registry, are well noted for their exceptional architecture. Many houses that remain in the neighborhoods are Victorian style, and were built during the city’s first industrial boom in the 19th century. 

Noblesville is a popular city for anyone with an interest in golf. It has a total of seven golf courses of various levels of difficulty. Whether you are a beginner or an advanced player, the city will have an ideal course for you to play on.

For those with a taste for the arts, the Belfry Theater is the place to go. Formerly a church, it provides theatrical plays of many genres throughout the entire year.

Outdoor Recreation
The city is also known for its comprehensive public park system. They capture the natural beauty of the area, providing striking pictures similar to what Picasso Lawn and Landscape can do for your home or business. Two of the more noted parks in the city are Forest Park and Dr. James A. Dillon Park. Forest Park covers 150 acres and one of the city’s public golf courses. It is geared mostly towards active recreation, with a swimming pool, sport fields and courts, horseshoe pits, miniature golf, as well as several amenities. Dr. James A. Dillon Park covers 77.5 acres and features a spray park, skate park, a shelter for events, children’s playground, trails, and more.

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