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Posted on: February 28, 2019

City of Fishers Opens City Services Building

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The City of Fishers will open the City Services Building (3 Municipal Drive) effective Friday, March 1, 2019. Housed in the former Fishers Police Station, the City Services Building will now offer a one-stop-shop for residents who need to conduct business with the City. Fishers Police moved to their new headquarters, George Kehl Station, in September 2018.

Fishers City Court will now be located inside the City Services Building, providing a secure and permanent location for court officials. Customer Experience Managers can assist guests with permit and inspection processing, sewer and storm water bill payment, court payments, and traffic tickets. As part of providing a one-stop-shop for residents, now Parks & Recreation payments will be accessible at the City Services Building. This includes payments and registration for building and pavilion rentals, activities and programs, and Special Event Permit Applications (SEPA). This new convenient location can service residents in addition to Parks & Recreation’s office at 11565 Brooks School Road.

Free, public parking is available around the municipal complex, including: in front of the City Services Building (behind City Hall), two convenient free, public parking garages located across the street at the Police Department (4 Municipal Drive) and The Flats at Switch (9 Municipal Drive), with entrances off Municipal Drive and North Street.

Residents are encouraged to plan their visit to the City Services Building or City Hall ahead of time by visiting www.fishers.in.us/CityServices. For added convenience, several City transactions can be completed via self-service kiosks in the lobby of the City Services Building or online. A 3% credit processing charge will be in effect for all credit card transactions. Exact cash or check is preferred. City Court does not accept personal checks.

More information can be found at www.fishers.in.us/CityServices.

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