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Neighborhood Matching Grant Committee
Agendas & Minutes
Agendas are available prior to the meetings. Minutes are available following approval.

  • Leah McGrath
  • Tim Cullen
  • Arthur Henning
  • Mitch Schnick
  • Eric Pethtel
  • Mark Labarr
  • David Whan
  • Monica Harke-Tarr
  • John Amos

The Fishers Neighborhood Matching Grant Program awards funds to older established neighborhoods within the city limits as an incentive to plan and complete beautification and enhancement projects.

Proposed projects can be oriented toward the beautification of a subdivision entrance, including construction of flower beds, planting trees, retention pond rehabilitation, graffiti cleanup, adding / modifying entrance signs, constructing / repairing fencing or sidewalks, or other such related perimeter improvements. Reoccurring or non-permanent items such as mulch or annuals are not eligible, as well as any other maintenance items.

Projects can also be enhancement oriented to assist in accomplishing community goals such as the establishment of a neighborhood crime watch area. All physical improvement projects must be located on the perimeter of the neighborhood and not located on any interior streets or common areas.

  • Apply to be on the Neighborhood Matching Grant Committee with our online form.
  • For additional information on the Neighborhood Matching Grant Committee or the program itself, please contact Fishers Parks & Recreation by phone at (317) 595-3150 or via email.