Matching Grants

Vibrant Neighborhood Matching Grant

This program combines the former Tree and Neighborhood Matching Grant programs to streamline the approval process. Funding for the program was increased to $75,000 for the 2020 year (up from $55,000 in 2019). 

Applications are open November 1 through January 31. Learn more.

Highlights include:

  • Individuals and HOA’s can apply
  • $5,000 cap on requested funding
  • Landscape & hardscape projects are eligible
  • Available to interior and exterior projects, but priority is given to projects along roadways

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Stormwater Matching Grant

Fishers is committed to promoting water quality and adequate drainage to enhance the quality of life in the community. Since most drainage related improvements fall to the individual property owners to address, the city has implemented a Drainage and Water Quality Matching Grant to assist.

Fishers accepts applications for its Drainage and Water Quality Matching Grant Program, which awards funds to neighborhoods, non-profits, and homeowners within city limits as an incentive to improve local water quality and/or drainage function (see the application for more program details).

Applicants are eligible for up to a 50% match from the City of Fishers up to the maximum program funding available within a given year. Applications are accepted year round.

Apply for the Drainage and Water Quality Matching Grant Program.

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