FISHERS’ FIRST MAYOR SCOTT FADNESS
Critical to attracting jobs and families to Fishers are the amenities that make a community feel like home. Scott has led efforts to strengthen city services and quality of life amenities. Some highlights include park and trail improvements, the new downtown amphitheater, the creation of Agripark – the nation’s largest urban farm, the attraction of Ikea and Top Golf and the upcoming Yard at Fishers District culinary destination and Geist Waterfront Park.
Scott serves in a variety of roles to promote policies important to Fishers’ success and to support causes important to community residents. He serves as the Chair of Aim’s Legislative Committee, board member of Early Learning Indiana, and member of the Hamilton Southeastern School Foundation Advisory Council.
Prior to becoming Mayor, Scott served as Fishers’ Town Manager and as an adjunct professor at the Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis School of Public and Environmental Affairs. He holds a Master’s degree in Public Affairs from Indiana University.
Scott and his wife, Aunna, have two sons, Lincoln and Hudson. On the weekends, you can often find them enjoying the Fishers Farmers Market and events at the Amp.