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Yes. Audience areas and restrooms are fully accessible to wheelchairs users.
Blankets, sun screen, strollers, food, drinks, children (most events are family friendly), bags, umbrellas, lawn chairs, and some children’s toys.
Outside food, drinks, and coolers are welcome at the NPD AMP during Tuesday Night Concerts, AMP After Dark Concerts (excluding the Spark!Fishers show), Wednesday Concerts on the Central Green, and Farmers' Market concerts. If a show is ticketed, tickets will detail cooler permissions for that concert. Some events have accompanying food trucks (mobile concession stands) with various types of food available. See details here.
The Nickel Plate Amphitheater will not be responsible for any personal belongings or items of any type; however, any item turned into city staff will be placed in City Hall lost and found for 30 days.
The following behavior and activities are grounds for eviction from the Nickel Plate Amphitheater: public drunkenness, use of illegal substances, use of profanity, unacceptable language or gestures of any type, smoking, fighting, threatening behavior, throwing objects, soliciting, commercial activities including vending without a permit, distributing literature/produce without prior written consent of facility management.
Yes, you may bring dogs only provided they are on a leash, the owner cleans up any waste, and the owner strictly adheres to all proper “pet etiquette”.
Yes, please see the parking map. All parking is free.
Yes, the city has a Pedal n’ Park valet bike parking located on the southeastern corner of City Hall. You may leave you bike and get a ticket as you would for valet parking. City staff monitors and safeguards the bikes during special events.
Coolers and alcohol are welcome at the NPD AMP during Tuesday Night Concerts and AMP After Dark Concerts (except for Spark!Fishers show). If a show is ticketed, tickets will detail cooler/alcohol permissions for that concert. See details.
A receipt will also be e-mailed to the e-mail address on file in a PDF format.
Find details about the Fishers Parks & Recreation Refund Policy for summer camps, dances, and programs.
Commercial: After final inspection approval, the inspector will start the process for the issuance of the Certificate of Occupancy. Commercial Certificates of Occupancy are issued when all project commitments have been completed or dates scheduled for completion accepted. Final inspection approval and issuance of Certificate of Occupancy include reviews and inspections by the following departments: Community Development, Fire Department, and Engineering Department.
You may have a food truck at your event. Food truck permits are no longer required by the city.
Officers who reside in Hamilton County are given a take home car after successful completion of the FTO program.
The homeowner is responsible for maintaining the easement, which includes mowing.
Rick Farnham, Public Works Assistant Director, 10210 Eller Rd., Fishers, IN 46038, 317-595-3281 (office) 317-219-9611 (cell) firstname.lastname@example.org
Dan Tucker, Supervisor, 10210 Eller Road, Fishers, IN 46038, 317-595-3108 (office), 317-339-8683 (cell) email@example.com
The update will also broaden the scope of the plan to include alternate transportation needs. Bicycle, pedestrian and transit options will also be considered in the update.