MISSION: 
  
Through cooperation with existing Parks and Recreation entities, to inventory existing recreational opportunities and determine future needs to serve unincorporated area of Noble County.
 
 
 
     VISION: 
 
Readily accessible park facilities for the enjoyment of Noble County's citizens.
 
 
 
 

 

NOTE FROM THE PRESIDENT

Welcome to the home of the Noble County Parks and Recreation Department. The NCPRD was created in 2011 to serve the residents of Noble County.

In November of 2007, after the adoption of the new Noble County Comprehensive Plan in June 2007, the idea for some kind of a county-wide effort to preserve and protect the county's many environmental and recreation assets was presented to Noble County Council members Don Moore and Mark Pankop, and Plan Director Steve Kirkpatrick. The proposal was well-received, and Steve sent out an initial request to a variety of individuals, that he thought would be interested, for feedback, and ideas, and then a county-wide task force was formed to brainstorm the idea. The initial responses were very encouraging!

The original task force met, periodically, for a couple of years, with a variety of individuals, and representatives from the LaGrange County Park Board, ACRES Land Trust, Wood-Land-Lakes, Noble County City and Town Park Board members, Noble County Council and Commissioners, and Plan Commission, etc. After getting over, and around, several obstacles along the way, the Noble County Department of Parks and Recreation was established in the Spring of 2010. In accordance with Indiana Code, I.C. 36-10-3, General Ordinance No. 2010-1 was passed unanimously by the Board of the Noble County Council on May 3, 2010. After that, the appointments for the initial Noble County Parks and Recreation Board were made and the first Board meeting was held on January 26, 2011. The meeting was facilitated by NC Council member Jerry Janson. The Board is comprised of six very dedicated individuals, from across the county, and we are very intent on fulfilling our responsibilities to the citizens of Noble County.

Ray Scott, President

Noble County Parks and Recreation Board

CURRENT NEWS

 

Seeking Board Member


Posted: December 7, 2016


The Nobel County Parks and Recreation Board is seeking a new board member to represent the interests of residents in Ligonier and the northwest sections of Noble County.  Responsibilities include attendance at monthly meeting and support with scheduled activities to promote the recreational facilities of Noble County.  If you are interested in participating, contact the County Park Board.

 

Questions about the Board should be addressed to Ray Scott, Noble County Parks and Recreation Board President, at 260-347-2210.





 


 

 
 

 

 
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