Keep Fishers Beautiful

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Keep Fishers Beautiful brings together residents, homeowner’s associations, local businesses, and organizations to support the vibrancy of our city and neighborhoods.  Happening in the spring and fall, the initiative  features volunteer opportunities for residents of all ages and interests, along with sustainability resources and tips from community members and organizations.  

Neighborhood Clean Ups

Fishers neighborhoods are encouraged to beautify their common spaces and facades for fall, and are invited to use complimentary gloves and trash bags provided by the City of Fishers throughout the month of October. Request supplies here.

Local neighborhoods can also participate in the City’s Blitz Box program, which includes a cleanup kit and the use of a 20-yard dumpster. HOA representatives can complete an application.

Rain Barrel Program

Help to protect our freshwater resources and take advantage of the free rain barrel program through Fishers Stormwater. First, take Clear Choices Clean Water Indiana’s water quality pledge, then submit your pledge with your rain barrel application.

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Organizations and individuals can adopt a stretch of road by providing trash and litter pickup along Fishers streets. Email us for details.

 Matching Grants

The City of Fishers offers a Drainage and Water Quality grant for residents. Learn more.

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Take the Volunteer Fishers Pledge

Give back to your community by supporting the special events and non-profit organizations that contribute to the vibrancy of our city.

Step 1: Take the pledge. You can easily take the #VolunteerFishers pledge by downloading the PDF or filling out our electronic pledge.

Step 2: Share your pledge with the world by snapping a photo of yourself with the pledge and sharing on social media using #VolunteerFishers.

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Local Resources  – How You Can Keep Fishers Beautiful Everyday

Social Media

Follow the City of Fishers on FacebookTwitter, and Instagram for sustainability tips and resources throughout the week. Don’t forget to share how you’re keeping Fishers beautiful by using #KeepFishersBeautiful.

Hamilton East Public Library’s Native Alternatives to Common Species Program

Monday, October 4 | 7 – 8 p.m. | Virtual | Free

Our home landscape is a common source of invasive plant species and pathway for those plants to escape into natural areas. Join the Hamilton County Invasives Partnership and Soil and Water Conservation District to learn about common invasives species found in our yards and native alternatives.  Register here.

City of Fishers Christmas Tree Recycling 

Fishers’ Christmas Tree Recycling Program runs dawn to dusk from December 26 through February 1 at various parks around the city. Recycling is for bare, live trees only. Please ensure that all lights, decorations, and tinsel are removed, and do not place the tree inside a plastic bag. Learn more. 

Hamilton County Household Hazardous Waste Center 

Facilities and services for Hamilton County residents turning in their personal household hazardous or recyclable waste. Restriction of 200 pounds of hazardous waste per month per residence.  Please register ahead on their website for hazardous waste, paint, electronics, tires, refrigerators, sharps, chemicals, etc.  You do not have to register for general recycling (cardboard, paper, glass jars, plastic bottles, metal cans). Learn more.

Duke Energy In-Home Assessment  

Do you own your single-family home? Do you have an electric water heater, electric heat or central air? Sign up for a free Home Energy House Call today! It’s an easy way to learn more about your house and save big on energy. Learn more. 

 Clear Choices Clean Water Program 

Clear Choices is a nationally award-winning program that seeks to increase awareness about the daily choices we can make as individuals to improve water quality and conserve water supplies. Focused on individual action and social change, the program employs an online pledge system that focus on specific water quality-friendly actions such as: using phosphorus-free and/or less fertilizer, landscaping with native plants, protecting pollinators, properly disposing of pet waste, properly maintaining septic systems, conserving water use, volunteering in community efforts, caring for soil health, not feeding waterfowl, stewarding trees, and a kid-focused pledge on making smart water choices. Learn more. 

Backyard Improvement Projects

Be sure to check out the City’s Homeowners Association webpage that includes resources such as the HOA FAQ for information regarding fence installation and more. Not sure if a permit is required? Check out our Permitting & Inspections page for more info. As always, remember to protect unintentional damage to buried utilities by calling 811 Call Before You Dig!

Trying to find residential plot plans? Click here to be taken to the search page. If plot plans are available for your address, you will see them appear under record name “Residential Plot Plan Request”.  Simply click on the record and you can download the file(s).