Friends of the Library Bookshop
The Friends of the Library bookshop in Fishers is currently closed and not accepting donations due to Phase 2 renovations, however the Friends of the Library bookshop in Noblesville is open.
Fishers Library Entrance
Please use the north or east entrance at Fishers Library. The south entrance is closed for construction. The exterior book drop is open.
The Indiana Room
The Indiana Room has moved down to the Rotary Reading Room on the first floor of the Noblesville Library due to renovations for the Crossroads Discovery Center. Our staff and a limited collection are still here and available!
The Fishers library renovation will focus on more pedestrian-friendly access and gathering spaces, improved traffic flow and expanded parking, integration of the south entrance with the Nickel Plate trail, redesigning the north entrance to become the new main entrance, and expanding the north side parking.
Currently, the south entrance is under construction. Fishers Library and Ignite Studio visitors can park in the library’s north or east lots or can find additional parking throughout the Nickel Plate District shown on the map.
The Noblesville library renovation will focus on improved traffic flow and expanded parking, increasing access to green spaces, creating outdoor amenities for all ages plus an updated front façade. We are expanding our Indiana Room with more experiential learning opportunities, exhibits, and improving second-floor access.
In March 2023, we celebrated the reopening of the main library entrance. All visitors may now enter the library through the main lobby doors or through the Children’s entrance, and the temporary side entrance has closed. Along with expanded parking, our Curbside Pickup Service and book drop are still available in the South parking lot.
The main floor of the Noblesville Library will be closed for an extended period of time as we enter the next phase of construction.
Renovations at the Fishers Library are well into Phase 2, and the west wing (Adult Services) of the Fishers Library has officially reopened! As we’re entering a transition in this phase of our renovations, we wanted to answer some of our most asked questions about the...
Renovations at both the Fishers and Noblesville libraries have made significant progress over the past several months, and we’re excited to share the many updates with our community. HEPL is preparing for the future by focusing on improving access and expanding...
How will I return library materials during construction?
How is the library incorporating sustainability features like native plants and trees in the construction plans?
HEPL is committed to integrating sustainability principles into our construction projects and creating green spaces throughout the grounds of both libraries. Our goal is to create green spaces and outdoor amenities to provide residents outdoor library experiences to enrich community life and well-being.
While greatly expanding our parking in Fishers and adding more pedestrian-friendly access and gathering spaces, our green spaces will include native pollinator plants, native trees, and evergreen trees. More than 100 new trees will be planted, and native pollinator plants will be added to our urban landscape throughout the library grounds in Fishers.
In Noblesville as well, native trees and plant species will be planted throughout the parking areas and green spaces to provide rich color, texture, and shapes that add beauty and enhance our ecosystem.
Additionally, library remodeling plans incorporate natural and more efficient lighting, more efficient heating and cooling, and energy-efficient windows.
What services will be available during construction?
Patrons can come inside our libraries to browse and pick up library materials. Other services available at this time include: printing, mobile (wireless) printing, public computers, copiers, Curbside Holds Pickup, digital media lab (Noblesville), Indiana Room (Noblesville), and Ignite Studio (Fishers).