Last Call: Fishers Surveys

There are just two days left to give feedback on Fishers White River Park. Take the park survey here.

There is one day left to give feedback on the Fishers Trails survey. Take the trail survey here.

Both surveys are relatively short; they should only take 2-3 minutes.

White River Park

The White River Park, a 120+ acre site near 96th Street and Allisonville Road, will have over 5,000 feet of riverfront. The city aims to create a safer, more walkable, and bikeable community with its trails and greenways plan.

Taking the survey gives a glimpse into what the city is hoping for. Here are a few directly from the survey:

  • Bird Watching
  • Ecology/Sustainability Educational Walks
  • Educational Night Hikes
  • Fishing
  • Guided Nature Walks (plant and animal identification)
  • Kayak Race(s)
  • Mental Health Mindfulness/Meditation
  • Mountain Biking Demonstrations
  • S’mores and Star Gazing
  • Trail Running Race(s)
  • Wilderness Survival Training
  • Yoga

Fishers Trails

From the City:

What is considered a trail for this project? A trail is an asphalt path used by walkers, wheelchairs, and bicyclists. They can be adjacent to, or separated from the roadway. The concrete sidewalks within your neighborhood would not be considered a trail.

The City of Fishers will host an open house in August, where feedback on proposed routes and facilities will be requested alongside them.

Fishers Trails Open House   
August 24 | 4 – 7 p.m.| Hub & Spoke (8100 E 106th Street, Ste. 260)  

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