Noblesville Township Trustee
Office & Community Center


To See the list of items to bring in for a rent appointment click on the pink rent assistance. To see what to bring in for utility assistance click on the pink utility assistance. To see what food pantries are in the area click on Food Pantry.

  • Rent Assistance
  • Utility Assistance
  • Food Pantry
  • Care for abandoned cemeteries
  • Weed Control
  • Prescription Medications
  • Burial Assistance
  • Emergency Shelter
  • Payee Program
  • Funds for Township Fire Dept.
  • Summer Recreation Program
  • Children's Program

We are excited to be partnering with Main Street and CanStruction again this year. Last year we recieved over $5000 worth of food. We can't wait to see what this year brings. For more information please visit or come visit us October 3, 2014 downtown Noblesville during First Friday.

The Trustee's Office gives out food every Thursday to residents who live in Noblesville Township.

All of our food is donated from places like: Library, Good Samaritan, Bethal AME, Fire Department,Harvest Food Bank, and local residents.

The Township Trustee is an elected official who offers assistance to people in need within his/her township. We take appointments daily for rent and utility assistance. Your utilities must be in disconnect notice and you have to be behind in your rent before you can schedule an appointment.



We have a food pantry every Thursday. ( Just bring I.D. with current address on it.)

The Payee program helps people who are unable to care for their own finances. We manage their money and make sure their bills are paid.

When we cannot assist someone we have a referral program. We refer many people to pantries for food, clothes, and furniture. Our office relies on help from everyone in the community.

We get bread delivered just about every Tuesday and Friday from the local grocery stores.

Thanks to the Red Stocking Fund, through Tri Kappa, we are able to provide children with clothes, shoes, Christmas and much more.