Keep Fishers Beautiful
The Keep Fishers Beautiful (KFB) initiative brings together residents, homeowner’s associations, local businesses, and organizations to support the vibrancy of our city and neighborhoods.
City Recycling Day
The City of Fishers hosts free City Recycling Day on Saturday, September 29 from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Billericay Park, where residents can recycle electronics, household items (such as mowers, treadmills, bikes, grills, batteries, metals, etc.) and household hazardous wastes (such as automotive fluids, acids, paints, fertilizers, pesticides, PCB ballasts).
Paper recycling and off-site confidential document shredding are also available. See the complete list of accepted items.
Spring Service Day at Ritchey Woods
The annual Spring Service Day at Ritchey Woods helps protect the park’s native wildflowers from invasive plant species. Come ready to dig in at this rain or shine event held in conjuction with the spring service day.
Year Round Support
Neighborhood Blitz Box
Fishers neighborhoods are invited to beautify their common spaces and facades through the Blitz Box program, which includes a small supply of gloves, garbage bags, and the use of a 30-yard dumpster.
Home Owner Association representatives can complete a Blitz Box application year-round. Applications must be completed at least four weeks in advance of the clean-up day.
Selected neighborhoods will work with Fishers Parks & Recreation and Fishers Department of Public Works to finalize logistics and arrange delivery of the dumpster. Groups are encouraged to share their photos to show the impact the Blitz Box has on beautifying their neighborhood.
Interested in adopting a stretch of road in Fishers? Email Alexandra Onofrey for details.
The City of Fishers offers several matching grants to support neighborhood vibrancy in our community:
- Neighborhood Matching Grant - Awards funds to established neighborhoods within the city limits as an incentive to plan and complete beautification and enhancement projects. Applications are accepted annually and due January 31.
- Tree Matching Grants - Awards funds to neighborhoods, non-profits, and homeowners within city limits as an incentive to plant trees and enhance the natural beauty of the community. Applications are accepted annually and due January 31.
- Drainage and Water Quality Matching Grant- Awards funds to neighborhoods, non-profits, and homeowners within city limits as an incentive to improve local water quality and drainage function. Applications are due January 31.