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Residents couldn’t be happier to live in this great community surrounded by neighbors who love to stay connected and make North Harbour the best neighborhood to live in. North Harbour has many ways to stay connected with one another. The "Music in the Park" series is very popular in the summer and Christmas Caroling in the winter. We have several clubs for residents to join if they want to connect more with neighbors with the same interests.  North Harbour is also the home of the Harbour Trees Golf & Beach Club where many residents are members. Check out our individual links to the left for more information.  You can use the 'Upcoming Events' area to help quickly plan your schedule.  Please feel free to contact any of the board members for assistance if you are new to our neighborhood or already a resident with a question.
Golf Course vandalism
Posted on Mar 27th, 2021
We are still evaluating, but at this point we have already estimated over $25,0000 in damage done to the golf course by vandals last night.  Multiple irrigation boxes were destroyed, our pump house was broken into and damaged, plus several greens and bunkers were vandalized.  Please post a message anywhere and everywhere you can for neighbors to be on high alert.  A police report has been filed and we intend to prosecute to the fullest extent of the law when the criminals have been apprehended.  This has far surpassed harmless activity by kids at night and we need the help of the entire neighborhood to make this stop.
If you have kids, ask them and their friends to keep their ears open.  If they have any information that may help us, we will ensure they remain anonymous.
Justin Werkley – PGA
Director of Golf & Membership
Harbour Trees Golf & Beach Club 
Brush Collection
Posted on Mar 25th, 2021
Brush pick up begins March 8, 2021 and runs through October 8, 2021
Pick up is on the same day as resident's trash collection.
Brush pickup is conducted by the City of Noblesville Street Department; therefore it is not picked up at the same time as your trash, just the same day.
Pick up is made on the street side only, no alleys. Do not put brush in the street. Brush should be placed in the right-of-way (the space between the street and the sidewalk).
All brush must be stacked in small piles, no more than four feet in length and eighteen inches in diameter (4'x18"). Individual limb size should be no more than four inches (4") in diameter. If the resident's brush pile exceeds the above stated size, please contact the Street Department at 317-776-6348 to schedule a special, large brush pick up.
Between October 8, 2021 and March 7, 2022, all brush collection will require the resident to call the Noblesville Street Department at (317) 776-6348 to schedule a brush pick-up.
Posted on Mar 10th, 2021
The North Harbour Garden Club is planning the annual "Mulch Sale" and "Plant Sale"  for this year.  Please mark your Calendar. Orders for the Mulch need to be in by April 14th. for delivery on April 21st or April 22nd. The Plant Sale will be April 30th & May 1st. (See order form attached)
We thank you for helping us in these fundraisers as the money is spent to beautify North Harbour at Christmas and for the spring annual plants at the entrances. Thank you,
North Harbour Garden Club
Linda Franck-317-877-5385
Carol Reid 317-877-5122
Marilyn Andrews 630-699-2239

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