Mayor Scott Fadness Thanks Fishers Community, Gives COVID-19 Updates
Story & Photo provided by the City of Fishers
The past few months have undoubtedly been difficult for much of the Fishers community. Whether you are a small business owner, a health care worker, have school-aged children, or simply have had to adjust your lifestyle, we have all had to endure change.
In my open letter to the community I released in April, I wrote about how fear and anger are natural emotions for the times in which we find ourselves. That sentiment can certainly continue to ring true. But what I hope you took away from the letter is that our community can do better. We can take these emotions and turn them into action.
You answered that call. Whether you checked in on your neighbors, donated to health care workers or drew positive messages in sidewalk chalk on your property, many of you took that challenge to heart. Those stories fill the pages of this magazine.
In times like these, we are often presented with the true character of those around us. This year, the people of Fishers have shown compassion and resilience and I could not be more proud to serve you as your Mayor.
Yours in service,
COVID-19 Community Resources
Visit fishers.in.us/Coronavirus for the Mayor’s Community Plan, a list of frequently asked questions, and more related to the COVID-19 global pandemic.
- COVID-19 Hotline: Have a question about the COVID-19 situation in our community or need assistance? Our 24-hour hotline is open daily at 317-595-3211.
- Community Recommendations: Find out how our community can take precautions to prevent the spread of COVID-19 with recommendations for individuals, faith-based and community organizations, workplaces and small businesses, childcare facilities, assisted living facilities and more.
- Local Business Information & Restaurant Map: Show your support for our local business community and check out the list of services currently offered at small businesses and restaurants around Fishers with our interactive Local Business Guide.
- Mental Health Resources: Find a list of local care providers, ideas for social distancing activities and tips to take care of your mental health.
- Volunteer Opportunities: Learn how you can give back to the community through blood donations, food and prescription delivery and more.
Coming This Summer
- Fishers Farmers’ Market: The market kicks off this month with online ordering & curbside pickup at Holland Park. We will continue to monitor the COVID-19 situation tdetermine if the remainder of the market season will continue with online ordering or an in-person market. Learn more at playfishers.com/farmersmarket.
- AgriPark: The new 33-acre urban farm at 113th Street and Florida Road will open this summer with a variety of experiences for our community to enjoy, from u-pick produce and flowers available free of charge for residents, to animal encounters, educational programming and more. Learn more at playfishers.com/agripark.
- PlayFishers App: Download the free Play Fishers app, available for iPhone & Android, for a summer bucket list, event guide, Parks map & more summer fun ideas!
Out of an abundance of caution for COVID-19, the City of Fishers has canceled the third-annual Spark!Fishers festival scheduled for June 27. For more event information, visit PlayFishers.com or follow the City of Fishers on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
Connect With the City of Fishers
To stay up to date with the latest happenings and event news, visit fishers.in.us or follow the City of Fishers on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Nextdoor.