The City of Fishers is developing plans for a better-connected network of trails and greenways throughout the city, ultimately creating a safe, more walkable and bikeable community for residents. The Fishers Trails and Greenway Plan recommendations will focus on trail routes that create continuous connections across the city, identify trail gaps in the existing network, and determine safety features along the routes.
The first step is collecting the community’s feedback and input on trails in Fishers, and we need your help!
We want your feedback on Fishers' trails and the future of connectivity in our city. Please complete this quick survey by July 30 to submit your feedback.
Stop by one of the many opportunities to share your feedback at events throughout the summer, or submit your feedback online with the Virtual Open House. Be sure to follow the City of Fishers' Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram for additional updates.
Fishers Farmers Market Booth
Saturday, May 20 | 8 a.m. - noon | Nickel Plate District Amphitheater (6 Municipal Drive)
Provide feedback on current and future biking and walking in Fishers as well as the Fishers White River Park ideas and visions.
Fishers Trails and White River Park Open House
Thursday, June 15 | 4 - 6 p.m. | Launch Fishers (12175 Visionary Way)
Provide feedback on current and future biking and walking in Fishers and the new Fishers White River Park ideas and visions.
Fishers Trails Bike Ride/Walk
Thursday, June 15 | 6:15 - 8 p.m. | Launch Fishers (12175 Visionary Way)
Share thoughts on connectivity and trails in Fishers during a ride/walk around the city. See the walking route and bike route.
Fishers Trails Open House
August 24 | 4 - 7 p.m.| Hub & Spoke (8100 E 106th Street, Ste. 260)
Provide feedback on proposed routes and facility types for Fishers trails and greenways.
Can't make it to an event in person? The Virtual Open House creates an opportunity to provide feedback online. All information gathered through this planning process is anonymous and will be used to inform recommendations for Fishers Trails.
This online map is an opportunity to share barriers, and destinations or recommend a walking or cycling route.
Learn more about trails and greenways around Fishers:
The City of Fishers is also seeking public input for the new Fishers White River Park. Share your thoughts, visions, and ideas on what amenities and activations you would like to see at the new 120+ acre site for the future Fishers White River Park located near the northwest corner of 96th Street and Allisonville Road. With more than 5,000 feet of riverfront, the White River Park property has a variety of unique features and opportunities for adventures throughout. Learn more and take the survey at playfishers.com/WhiteRiverPark.
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Ross Hilleary, Assistant Director
City of Fishers Planning & Zoning
Dan Liggett, Project Manager
Rundell Ernstberger Associates, Inc.