what’s Happening to the old Hamilton County Humane Society building

Hamilton County is repurposing the building into offices for three different government agencies.

A picture of the old hamilton county humane society building

Here’s the high level of what’s happening to the old humane society building in hamilton county:

  • Hamilton County is repurposing the old Humane Society building, which has been vacant since the Humane Society moved in 2021
  • They will turn the building into modern offices for three government departments: Household and Hazardous Waste, Soil and Water District, and Weights and Measures
  • This is part of a broader effort to revitalize Noblesville with the Reimagine Pleasant Street project

The following was provided by Hamilton County as a Press Release

(NOBLESVILLE, MAY 20, 2024) – Hamilton County has begun demolishing the interior of the former Humane Society building, with the hopes of repurposing the space for three government offices. This initiative comes as part of a broader revitalization effort in Noblesville, with the city tearing down the Household and Hazardous Waste building to make way for the Reimagine Pleasant Street project.

The project, overseen by the Buildings and Grounds Department, also marks a significant step towards modernizing infrastructure to better serve the community’s needs. “This project is long overdue,” says County Commissioner Mark Heirbrandt. “The buildings on this campus were all built in the 1940s as part of the original Hamilton County Airport. They are all well past their prime. Repurposing the old Humane Society building, demolishing the old buildings, and placing these departments under one roof will help them function more efficiently.”

The revamped facility will retain the original footprint of the Humane Society building, spanning 12,000 square feet, and will be built to accommodate the Household and Hazardous Waste Department, Soil and Water District, and Weights and Measures offices. Envoy, a Fishers-based construction company, has been tasked with the build-out. The interior of the building has been gutted. Renovation can begin once the necessary permits have been acquired. The project is expected to take one year to complete.

The Hamilton County Humane Society relocated to its new facility at 106th Street and Hague Road in Fishers in April 2021. The building has remained vacant since then.

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