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Nickel Plate Review Committee
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  • 5:30 p.m. (dates will be adjusted for government and Hamilton Southeastern School holidays)
  • Fourth Wednesday of the month
  • Thomas A. Weaver Municipal Complex
    Fishers City Hall
    1 Municipal Dr.
    Fishers, IN 46038
  • Additional meetings on an as-needed basis.

Agendas & Minutes

Agendas are available prior to the meetings. Minutes are available following approval. The Nickel Plate Review Committee meetings are open to the public.  
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  • John Amos
  • John Dierdorf
  • Warren Harling
  • Kent Nelson
  • Kelly Marburger Novak
  • Pete Peterson
  • Selina Stoller
  • Bill Stuart
  • Vacant

The Nickel Plate Review Committee shall consist of nine individuals appointed for a term of one calendar year. All members shall be appointed by the CityCouncil and shall include:
  • One member of City Council
  • Three members of the Plan Commission as recommended by the Plan Commission to the Council
  • One member of the Fishers Board of Zoning Appeals (Fishers BZA)
  • Three property owners or business representatives from the area within the boundaries of the Nickel Plate District or City Center Residential District
  • One at-large member who is a resident of the city and who is a licensed professional architect or licensed landscape architect

The purpose of the Nickel Plate Review Committee is to aid in the review and approval of projects within the newly-created Nickel Plate District and the City Center Residential Zoning District. Per the Nickel Plate District Code Section 8, Administration, the Nickel Plate Review Committee reviews projects proposed for development or redevelopment that meet a certain threshold for size, intensity or density as detailed by the Code. The Committee reviews the proposal’s design, architecture, materials, compatibility with surrounding development, and pedestrian and vehicular circulation. The Committee also has the ability to review and approve waivers from the standards of the Nickel Plate District Code, per the procedures set forth in the Code (See Nickel Plate District Code section 8.2.10).

For more information regarding the Nickel Plate Review Committee, please contact the Community Development Department at 317-595-3120.

Submit an application to be on the committee.