Meet the Mayor’s Office
Mayor Scott Fadness
Scott Fadness was elected as Fishers’ first Mayor in 2015.
Under the Mayor’s leadership, Fishers has transformed into a lively, successful city that large corporate headquarters, small businesses, families, and people of all ages and backgrounds are proud to call home. His efforts have brought to life a smart, vibrant, and entrepreneurial vision for the city.
Deputy Mayor Elliott Hultgren
Elliott Hultgren was appointed Deputy Mayor in 2018.
As Deputy Mayor, Hultgren ensures the organization’s internal operations meet the needs of residents and employees. In addition to overseeing day-to-day operations, he works on a variety of strategic initiatives and community-wide projects.
Mayor’s Office Initiatives
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Meet Fishers’ City Council
Every four years, residents of Fishers elect a mayor, a nine-member city council, and a city clerk. The Mayor holds the executive powers for the city and the city council holds the legislative powers. The city clerk is the clerk of the council and maintains all records required by law.
Six councilors are elected to represent their districts and three are elected “at-large,” which means all Fishers residents vote on those three councilors. The City Council elects a council president and vice-president each year.