Municipal Budgets

2022 City Budget Process


  • 8/26 – Special Finance Committee Meeting (high-level budget discussion)
  • 9/9 – Special Finance Committee Meeting (departmental budgets)
  • 9/15 – Regular Finance Committee Meeting (additional budget discussion if needed)
  • 9/20 – City Council Meeting – Public Hearing and 1st Reading of the Budget
  • 10/11 - 2022 Fishers City Budget Adoption | Livestreamed on the City of Fishers’ YouTube channel

Key Takeaways of the 2022 Fishers City Budget

For the 2022 budget, Mayor Scott Fadness proposes a DECREASE, maintaining the second-lowest tax rate in Hamilton County.

"In 2022, my administration is proposing a fiscally conservative, balanced budget that will continue to bring the safety, quality of life, and delivery of service all our residents enjoy while decreasing the City tax rate." - Mayor Scott Fadness

Investment in Public Safety

  • Fishers Fire Station 97 - Built and Fully Staffed
  • Fishers Police - 3 additional Police Officers

With an approved 2022 budget, the City of Fishers will complete and fully staff the new Fishers Fire and Emergency Services Station 97 to serve the northeast portion of the city. Additionally, Fishers Police Department will hire three additional officers, bringing the total to 123 serving the community.

Investment in Infrastructure


  • Cyntheanne & Southeastern
  • Geist Greenway Phase 1A/1B


  • Cumberland Road

Design/ROW Acquisition:

  • 106th & Hoosier Road RAB
  • 136th from Southeastern Parkway to Prairie Baptist
  • 136th from Prairie Baptist to Cyntheanne
  • 126th & Southeastern
  • Olio & Southeastern
  • 116th & Allisonville
Copy of Copy of 2022 City Budget (1)