The spirit of a community is created by the people who live there. Students, families, retirees, young adults, faith leaders, business owners, employees, non-profits and many others must collaborate with city staff and elected officials. Together, we can turn a place to live into a place to love. A place that everyone feels a part of and proud of.
Fishers has lacked a community spirit since we became a city. It is time to remove the barriers to collaboration and engagement and allow spirit and creativity to shine. It is only with the freedom to create, a genuine welcome to try new ideas and an opportunity for everyone to contribute that our city’s spirit will come to life. Choosing a community to build our homes, families and lives is deeply personal to each of us. Whatever brought each of us here, the result is a community of diverse, dynamic residents that deserves to be heard and respected.