Public Works & Safety Board


  • Second and fourth Monday of the month
  • 4 p.m.
  • Thomas A. Weaver Municipal Complex
    Fishers City Hall
    1 Municipal Drive
    Fishers, IN 46038

UPDATE: May Meeting

In accordance with the Governor’s guidance regarding COVID-19, the Board is conducting its meetings virtually. The meetings are streamed here.

Members of the public may submit comments regarding agenda items here.

 April 13, 2020 Recorded Meeting: Watch

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5G Cell Tower Deployment

Find more info and FAQ’s about 5G Cell Tower Deployment in Fishers. The City is reviewing ways to strengthen its 5G process for all parties involved, therefore the City will not bring 5G permits forward until the refined process is articulated to all stakeholders. Future hearing dates/times will be updated on this site.

Agendas & Minutes

Agendas are available prior to the meetings. Minutes are available following approval.

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  • Mayor Scott Fadness
  • Jeff Lantz
  • Jason Meyer


The Public Works and Safety Board Pursuant to IC 36-4-9-6, is comprised of three (3) members appointed by the Mayor. A member may hold other appointive positions in city government during the member’s tenure. IC 36-4-11-2 applies to board member appointments under this section. The Mayor shall appoint a clerk for the board. Members of the Board must reside within the municipal boundaries of the City of Fishers.

Responsibilities, duties, powers and procedures of the Public Works and Safety Board shall be as set forth in IC 36-9-6-6 - Public ways and sidewalks; laying out, opening, and changing; grades

  1. The works board may lay out, open, change, and fix or change the grade of any public way, sidewalk, or public place in the city.
  2. The works board may keep a record of the grades of all public ways and sidewalks in the city.

Pursuant to Ind. Code § 36-8-3-2, the Public Works and Safety Board has exclusive control over all property relating to the following:

  1. Police department
  2. Fire department, fire alarms, and fire escapes
  3. Animal shelters
  4. Inspection of buildings

The Public Works and Safety Board may purchase the equipment and supplies and make the repairs needed by the Police and Fire Departments.