For answers to questions about your specific project, please contact our Department of Public Works at 317-595-3160.
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The City of Fishers maintains an alarm ordinance that requires homes and businesses with security/fire alarm systems to have an alarm permit application on file with the police department. Submit alarm permit application.
You can obtain that permit through the Indiana State Alcoholic Beverage Commission.
Yes, you need to submit a Special Event Permit Request.
All building permits are applied for and processed online. Please visit : https://fishersin.viewpointcloud.com/
If you have questions for our Permits and Inspections department, please dial 317-595-3120.
No, a dog license is not required. If you have further questions, please contact Hamilton County Information at 317- 776-9600.
The City of Fishers does not require a business license. However, one may be required by the county or the state. Please check the Secretary of State’s office for state requirements and Hamilton County for county requirements. Most food service businesses require a Fishers Health Department certificate. Learn more about food safety and permitting.
The City only requires contractor registration, not a license. No registration is required if you are acting as subcontractor. Register as a contractor.
These are issued by the Indiana Department of Natural Resources. You can contact them at 317-573-4959.
Apply for a Food Truck Permit through the Fishers Health Department.
The Hamilton County Clerk’s processes marriage applications. Learn more on their website or contact the Hamilton County Clerk at 317-776-9629.
Yes, please contact or visit the Fishers Police Department at 317-595-3300 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Indiana Department of Natural Resources issues these, along with licenses for other off-road vehicles. Contact them at 317-573-4959.
Contact the Department of Engineering at 317-595-3412. For 5G Cell Tower information, please contact Mackenzie Poole, Community Engagement Coordinator, by email.
If you are planting a tree in the right-of-way (between the sidewalk and the street), a permit is required. Find requirements and apply here. Questions? See the Urban Forestry and Planting Guide.
For a list of required building permits, see here