Fishers, IN – In honor of National Sustainability Month, the City of Fishers will host Keep Fishers Beautiful (KFB), bringing together residents, homeowner’s associations, local businesses, and organizations to support the vibrancy of the city and its neighborhoods. This year’s event takes place on Saturday, April 14, from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. at various parks throughout the community, including Ritchey Woods Nature Preserve, Roy G. Holland Memorial Park, Brooks School Park, Flat Fork Creek Park, and Heritage Park at White River.
“Spring Service Day and Keep Fishers Beautiful are key elements in creating inviting and vibrant parks and natural areas in Fishers,” said Mayor Scott Fadness. “The dedication of our volunteers to spend their time and hard work is what brings our community together to create a sense of pride.”
In its fourth year, KFB has connected over 1,000 volunteers to service projects at various parks, greenspaces, and neighborhoods around Fishers.
Tony Elliot, Director of Fishers Parks & Recreation, added, “The impact from the day of the event is extraordinary, but its lasting legacy is the community engagement and ongoing volunteer efforts that it continues to inspire year-round.”
There are several ways the community can participate:
All ages are welcome to participate, and volunteers will receive a tree seedling in honor of Arbor Day. For more information and to sign up to volunteer, visit playfishers.com/kfb