Elect Rocky Shanehsaz

Noblesville Common Council – At Large

Entrepreneur.

Visionary.

Optimist.

 

Let’s Make Noblesville Great Again!

 

Contact Rocky:
rocky@rockyforcouncil.com
317-214-7428

Meet Rocky

Want to get to know Rocky? Come for a chat at the beautiful Mill Top Banquet and Conference Center, 802 Mulberry St., Noblesville. Rocky wants to know your thoughts about Noblesville’s future and what matters most to you. From now until the May 7 Primary Election, we’ll gather at the Mill Top every Wednesday and Thursday evening to share a drink and discuss the issues. Please use the link below to RSVP for a particular night.





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The Issues & Latest News

Former Firestone Property Presents Opportunity

By Rocky Shanehsaz I recently attended the Noblesville Mayoral Candidate debate at Noblesville High School and one of the questions asked was how to best develop the former Firestone plant, an abandoned 70-acre site along Division Street, between 15th and 18th streets. Frankly, I was a bit disappointed with the answers given by the four […]

Elevating a Solution to Noblesville’s Parking Problem

Is there a parking problem in downtown Noblesville? I guess it depends on who you ask, what time of day it is and whether it’s on the weekend or during the week. For some, parking is just a “perceived” problem, but a perceived problem is a problem, nonetheless. It keeps people from visiting our historic […]

Noblesville’s Corporate Campus Needs More Industry

By Rocky Shanehsaz As our city leaders describe Noblesville’s progress in the last decade or so as growing from “cornfields to corporations,” I start to wonder about the hundreds of untapped acres in our Corporate Campus that extends along 146th Street from Interstate 69 and Indiana 37. Planned as a 3,600-acre Corporate Campus with zoning […]

Riverfront Development Good for Noblesville

Recent news about the visionary plans to develop 58 miles of the White River between Hamilton and Marion counties give me hope and excitement for our city’s future. For too long, we’ve tiptoed around the need to expand riverfront enhancement projects in downtown Noblesville to promote economic development and improve quality of life. We need […]

Noblesville Needs a Visionary Approach

By Rocky Shanehsaz The City of Noblesville is such a wonderfully diverse community with a rich history and progressive outlook for the future. As we move forward into 2020 and beyond, our elected city leaders need to be people who can see beyond the black and white of every issue and give more consideration to […]