city of fishers 2024 budget

2024 City of Fishers Budget

Fishers City Council approved the proposed 2024 Fishers City Budget at the October City Council meeting. Read the press release and see the budget infographic.

Budget Highlights

  • Lowest tax rate among cities in Hamilton County
  • 3rd straight year of tax rate decreases
  • Increased investments in neighborhood vibrancy, including sidewalk repair and trail connectivity
  • Continued investment in public safety and critical services
  • First-ever investment in teachers and classrooms with teacher innovation grants

2024 Projects

  • Open Fishers Municipal Center + Art Center
  • Open Fishers Event Center
  • Start construction on Fishers Community Center at Johnson Farm
  • Finish SR 37 & 141st St. interchange
2024 City Budget_infographic


Historic Investment in Neighborhood Vibrancy

  • 3 impactful trail connections & 1 new trail node
  • Neighborhood Matching Grant expansion
  • Landscaping improvements & safe sidewalks


Increased Investment in Road Infrastructure

  • $3 million reinvestment into 96th St. revitalization
  • 126th St. & Southeastern Ave. roundabout
  • Road widening projects


1st-Ever Investment in School Innovation

with a Micro-Grant Program to fund innovation in classrooms.

Untitled design (45)Continued Investment in Public Safety & Critical Services

  • 3 new firefighters, 3 new police officers, 2 SROs, & 1 forensic tech
  • 1 new health inspector & 1 new public health nurse


Documents and details of the 2024 budget will be posted on this page as they become available.

For details of the public meetings listed above, visit the Public Meeting Calendar. All agendas will be posted on the Agenda Center ahead of meetings.