Fishers City Council recap


Compiled by Beth Taylor

On Feb. 2, the Fishers City Council hosted its monthly meeting at city hall.

What happened: City planner Adam Zaklikowski presented the third reading of a request to annex 6.8 acres located west of Olio Rd between 116th  Street  and 118th Street, known as Taylor Woods and North Shore Woods. The new Kroger redevelopment project would proceed with our without annexation of this acreage, but the city would not be able to collect taxes. It is a voluntary annexation. The council unanimously approved the ordinance.

What it means: The city can collect taxes on the newly annexed acreage.

What’s next: Mar. 4 is the anticipated effective date of the annexation.


What happened: The first reading of a request to rezone the northwest corner of 126th Street and Promise Road for Bedrock Builders new planned unit development was presented to the council.

What it means: Bedrock Builders would like to build Granite Ridge, a new single family neighborhood, but the area needs to be rezoned to allow for the plan to move forward. The builders expect the PUD home prices to average between $450,000 and $550, 000.

What’s next: A Plan Commission review is scheduled for Feb. 10.


What happened: City planner Kevin Stotz requested to approve an amendment to the Fishers Marketplace PUD, located at the northeast corner of 131st and SR 37 to accommodate a new Children’s Learning Adventure center. The petitioner would like to build a facility larger than the current PUD requirement.

The Fishers planning commission staff and petitioner request feedback from council members.

What’s next: A Plan Commission review is scheduled for Feb. 10.

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