Helpful Resources – Fishers

Welcome to the real estate resource section. The links on this page will provide you a great resource. These links will help you with various elements associated with the purchase or sale of real estate in Fishers.

Utilities

Gas:  Duke Energy – 800-521-2232

Gas:  Vectren – 800-777-2060

Water:  Indianapolis Water – 317-631-1431

Telephone:  AT&T – 800-742-8771

Public Services

Police:  Fishers Police – 317-595-3300

Fire Department:  Fishers Fire Department – 317-595-3200

Fire Dept. Sub-Station 2 – 11595 Brook School

Fire Dept. Sub-Station 3 – 10501 Allisonville

Fire Dept. Sub-Station 4 – 10701 Cumberland

Fire Dept. Sub-Station 5 – 10870 E. 131st St.

Library:  Hamilton East Public Library – 317-579-0300

Post Office:  Fishers Post Office – 800-275-8777

License Branch:  Fishers License Branch – 317-842-0480

Hospital:  Riverview Hospital – 317-773-0760

Government

Fishers, Indiana, formerly known as Fishers Station and originally as Fishers Switch, came into being in June of 1872 when Salathiel Fisher divided his land into town lots.

At the time of the purchase, William Conner was living in Delaware Township operating a trading post, which is now the modern day Conner Prarie Museum. Conner’s house was connected via Indian trail to Anderson and Connersville, and by a state road to Ft. Wayne. Portions of this state road later became present day Allisonville Road.

Fishers populations grew slowly to 388 in the 1960s. The relocation of Indiana Highway 37 to the east side of town and the subsequent connection with I-69 insured the future growth of Fishers as a commercial and residential center.

Presently, the town of Fishers is rapidly becoming an upscale residential and commercial center, which extends from White River on the west to Geist Reserve on the east. In addition to becoming a preferred location for corporate headquarters and exclusive residential subdivisions, Fishers has also retained its small-town charm along with cultural amenities, such as Conner Prairie and Ritchey Woods Nature Preserve.

Fishers is now governed by a 7-member Town Board of Trustees. (Fishers Department of Development)