Tree and Bench Dedication Program
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The Noblesville Parks Foundation is a joint venture between the parks and their citizen supporters to serve as a fundraising auxiliary for the Noblesville Parks and Recreation Department and its programs. The Foundation also serves as a volunteer coordination resource for the department. This shared adventure in community enrichment allows the Foundation to provide donors the opportunity to contribute to valuable programs and services by Noblesville Parks and Recreation Department.
Please contact the Parks and Recreation Department for additional information regarding policies and procedures:
Occasions for Dedications:
- Baby Dedications
- Personal Milestones
- Loved Ones or Pets
- Special Events
Benches may be placed in the available park of your choice (Hague Road Nature Haven, Forest Park, Federal Hill Commons, Dillon Park, or Finch Creek Park). Each bench includes a commemorative engraved message for your personal dedication, which will be located on the backrest. The cost of each bench package includes the bench, engraved plaque, installation materials, and labor.
- Color: Dark Forest Green
- Pattern: Perforated
- Style: Courtyard Series - Wabash Valley
- Total Cost: $3,000
Trees may be placed in the available park of your choice (Hague Road Nature Haven, Forest Park, Federal Hill Commons, Dillon Park, or Finch Creek Park). Planting will take place in Spring & Fall.
- Gold Leaf Plaque + Shade Trees | $425
(Large in its form, produces a large amount of shade, and is a slower growing tree.)
- Quercus - Selected Oaks
- Acer - Selected Maples
- Populus - Yellow Poplar/Tulip
- Liquidambar styraciflua - Sweetgum
- Juglandaceae - Hickory
- Silver Leaf Plaque + Conifers | $400
- Taxodium distichum - Bald Cypress
- Pinus strobus - White Pine
- Pinaceae - Fir Tree
- Cedrus - Eastern Red Cedar
- Bronze Leaf Plaque + Ornamental/Understory Trees | $375
- Cercis - Eastern Red Bud
- Amelanchier - Serviceberry
- Malus - Crabapple
All trees and the planting location will by reviewed by the Park Arborist to confirm any confrontations with other trees and structures within the planting area. If some changes need to be made, the Park Arborist will reach out to the contact on file.