Neighborhood Vibrancy Grant

The purpose of this grant is to provide funding for creative and innovative ideas that make our community a more beautiful place to live, and that will impact the lives of the community at large in a smart, vibrant, and entrepreneurial manner.

Priority will be given to projects that focus on Environmental/Agricultural, Recreation, Public Spaces, Historical and/or Neighborhood but any ideas are encouraged to apply!

Watch the webinar to learn more.

For more information click on this one sheet document.

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2022 Neighborhood Vibrancy Grant Winners

Anderson HallSweet Briar
Britton FallsSweet Briar North
BluestoneSunblest Countryview
Covington EstatesTimberstone
Gray EagleTamenend
Hawks LandingThe Bristols
Muir WoodsThe Haven
New BrittonThe Parks at White River
Northfield EstatesThe Pines
RaviniaWeaver Woods
Rolling KnollsWestminster at Fishers
Royal WoodWildwood Estates
Schoolhouse 7 CafeWintercove
Seven Oaks


Fishers Arts and Culture Commission Grant

The Fishers Arts & Culture Commission desires to invest in artists, art organizations, and cultural events that foster a city where arts and culture activities are a vital component of community life. Fishers is a community where arts and culture are valued, promoted for their economic benefit, and are an integral facet in our vibrant community while encouraging lifelong learning. The Commission is the nexus of local government and Fishers’ residents which seeks to unite public and private partnerships. The result is fostering a thriving arts scene that continues to help build Fishers as a smart, vibrant, and entrepreneurial city.

For more information click on this one sheet document.

Click here for the Fishers Arts & Culture Commission Grant One Sheet

2023 Fishers Arts & Culture Grant Winners

Emerging Pearls Foundation

Fishers Arts Council

The Forgiving Sea Project

St. George Middle Eastern Festival

Shelley Feeney
31Svn Dance Academy

Fishers Music Works

Resounding Joy

Shaunt’e Lewis Art


Fishers Arts & Culture Business Matching Grant. Click here to learn more and apply.

Fishers Arts & Culture Business Matching Grant

The Fishers Arts & Culture Commission Business Matching Grant is targeted at businesses and organizations that wish to partner with the Commission for the installation of public art on their property. The City of Fishers will provide Request for Qualifications facilitation on behalf of the Commission. Matching Funds can be requested up to $25,000 and must be at least 50% of the total project cost. The Commission will review all applications submitted. 

Targeted areas for investment include along the Nickel Plate Trail, I-69 and State Road 37 Corridors, Nickel Plate District, Allisonville Road and the Allisonville commercial area, 96th Street, 116th Street, 126th Street, Lantern Road, USA Parkway, Crosspoint Blvd, 126th Street, Olio Road and areas surrounding both Fishers and Hamilton Southeastern High Schools. Applications will be accepted and reviewed bi-monthly throughout 2023 during the Commission’s regularly scheduled meetings.

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Stormwater 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 Stormwater Grant to assist.

Fishers accepts applications for its Stormwater Grant, 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.

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