Fishers Advisory Committee on Disability

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  • 5:30 p.m.
  • Quarterly, typically in March, June, September, December
  • Pavilion Conference Room (unless otherwise noted)
    10 Municipal Drive
    Fishers, IN 46038

Agendas & Minutes

Agendas are available prior to the meetings. Minutes are available following approval.

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  • Cecilia Coble
  • Kelly Hartman
  • Wilbur Sutton
  • Stacey Oldham
  • Darcy Keith
  • Chrissy Pogue
  • Michelle Steltz
  • Shelby Slowik
  • Ross Hilleary, ADA Coordinator


In 2012 the ADA Citizens Task Force was formed to inform staff with accessibility priorities as a requirement of the then Town’s ADA Transition Plan. In 2016 the City recognizes the first March Disability Awareness Month in Fishers and in 2017 was renamed the Fishers Advisory Committee on Disability (FACD) and received the Champions of Inclusion Award from the Indiana Governor's Council for People with Disabilities in recognition of their efforts. Learn more.


In February 2022 the City of Fishers City Council codified the Fishers Advisory Committee on Disability with Ordinance No. 022122A and added Chapter 32.62 to the City Code.

The Purpose of the Committee is to:

  • assist the City's efforts of becoming a community where persons of all abilities are recognized as a key component to our vibrancy
  • establish priorities and strategies to address various challenges and needs facing the disability community
  • promote inclusion and accessibility and strive to make Fishers a community where people with physical and intellectual disability can live life 

About the Committee

The committee is made of active citizens that are engaged in their community, ask the tough questions, and get results when it comes to disability advocacy. The committee meets quarterly and provides information regarding disabilities to the community of Fishers through presentations.

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