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Food & Beverage Tax
For the past seven years, Fishers’ Hamilton County neighbors have collected a 1% food and beverage tax that Fishers did not impose. This year, the Indiana legislature adopted a law that allows the Fishers Town Council to reevaluate the imposition of a 1% food and beverage tax on prepared food. The tax may only be used for the following purposes:
  • to reduce the town's property tax levy
  • for capital improvements related to economic development

The Fishers Town Council has made business development and growth a priority. The Council is now considering the food and beverage tax to increase resources for future economic development projects. Fishers is considering the food and beverage tax now, because the new state law requires Fishers to adopt the tax by or before December 31, 2013.

As the Fishers Town Council considers the Food and Beverage Tax, we request your input during the public hearing process. Please refer to the calendar on this page for public input opportunities.

For more information, please contact Ryan Hargis at 317-595-3109 or by email.