The City of Fishers will celebrate the dedicated volunteers and individuals who donated their time and talent to our community last year with a virtual City of Service Awards celebration in April. The City’s annual award program will be expanded in 2021, with new award categories and a month-long celebration during National Volunteer Month to replace the one-night event. This year, the City of Service Awards will feature three community-nominated awards:
Community Servant of the Year: The purpose of this award is to honor a Fishers resident who may not be affiliated with a group or organizations, but regularly conducted acts of kindness to serve their community and neighbors during the year of 2020.
Non-Profit Staffer of the Year: The purpose of this award is to honor a local non-profit staff member who went above and beyond his/her non-profit staff duties and has had a significant impact on community at large in the year 2020.
Essential Worker of the Year: Awarded to individuals, deemed as Essential Workers, that have performed exceptional service to the Fishers community during the COVID-19 crisis in the year 2020.
Nominations are now open through March 8 at Winners will be selected by the Fishers City Council through a blind process and will be recognized during the April celebration.
About the City of Fishers
The City of Fishers is a suburb of Indianapolis, Indiana, located in Hamilton County and was named #1 Place to Live in the US by Money Magazine in 2017. Under the leadership of Mayor Scott Fadness, Fishers is known as a smart, vibrant, and entrepreneurial city through its neighborhood development, dedication to supporting high-growth companies, and innovative city processes. With a population of 91,832 (2017), Fishers is one of the fastest growing communities in Indiana and has received national accolades for entrepreneurship, livability, and safety.