Stormwater Utility

The City of Fishers Utilities services the community's 98,000 residents and hundreds of commercial properties. Fishers Utilities' stormwater program collects and treats groundwater, educates the community about stormwater quality improvements, and supports the health of local streams and rivers. 

The City of Fishers Stormwater program conducts several programs throughout the year to encourage sustainability, clean water, and water quality. Use these quick links to jump to the information below.


  • The corresponding utility rate was set at $4.95 per equivalent residential unit (ERU) on December 17, 2007, by Resolution 121707E.

    The Fishers Town Council voted to establish a Stormwater Utility on November 7, 2007, with Ordinance 110707A.
  • Resolutions SW032409 (March 24, 2009) and 030209F (April 20, 2009) were also passed to establish a schedule of rates and user fees for the stormwater utility.

Control Measures

This utility funds the stormwater program, which consists of the following six minimum control measures as required by federal and state guidelines:

  • Public Participation and Involvement
  • Public Education and Outreach
  • Illicit Discharge Detection and Elimination
  • Pollution Prevention and Good Housekeeping
  • Construction Site Runoff Control
  • Post Construction Runoff Control

Program Funding

In addition, the utility provides revenue for storm sewer maintenance, city right-of-way drainage improvements, and stormwater quality projects.

Repairs & Concerns

Are you experiencing a service or equipment issue that is not considered an emergency? Submit your question or concern to Fishers Connect to be addressed within 1-2 business days.