City Blog

Apr 01

[ARCHIVED] Join us to Keep Fishers Beautiful on April 16

The original item was published from April 1, 2016 3:17 PM to April 1, 2016 3:17 PM

Keep Fishers Beautiful encourages the community to take an active part in the upkeep of Fishers neighborhoods and parks. While we have a stellar Department of Public Works in Fishers that works daily to keep our city not just looking nice, but also functional and safe, it is important that residents take ownership of the community in which they live to help us keep the city clean and beautiful for everyone who lives, works and plays in Fishers.

Neighborhood Blitz presented Stratosphere Quality

8 a.m. – 1 p.m., The Orchard at Sunblest
Join neighbors in a beautification project in The Orchard at Sunblest, one of Fishers’ oldest neighborhoods, to complete cleanup and landscaping projects.

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Spring Service Day presented by Dick’s Sporting Goods
9 a.m. – 3 p.m., Ritchey Woods Nature Preserve
Join a coordinated service project at Ritchey Woods Nature Preserve. You will help clear the invasive garlic mustard and bush honeysuckle plants that shade out native wildflowers. To participate, stop by Ritchey Woods anytime between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m.


Recycling Day
8 a.m. – 1 p.m., Billericay Park
Jumpstart your spring cleaning and responsibly rid your home of electronic and household hazardous waste with Spring Recycling Day. 

During the fall 2015 Recycling Day, approximately 1200 residents recycled:

18,000 pounds of metals, mowers, bikes & grills

2,475 gallons of paint

412 gallons of used oil

234 gallons of antifreeze

254 gallons of flammable liquids

1,650 pounds of fertilizer and pesticide

897 pounds of batteries

Technology Recyclers, Shares, Inc. and NuGenesis, Inc. will be on site accepting recyclables. To view the full list of accepted materials, visit

For more information about Keep Fishers Beautiful, visit