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Fort Wayne, US
Friday, 23rd February 2018
City of Fort Wayne seal new side

Hobson Road restrictions begin today

The Hobson Road rehabilitation and improvement project begins this week between East State Boulevard and Coliseum Boulevard.
City of Fort Wayne seal new side

Mayor Henry to speak at Trail Symposium

Mayor Tom Henry will be a featured speaker at this week’s International Trail Symposium in Dayton, Ohio.
City of Fort Wayne seal new side

Statewide focus gazes at Rivergreenway

Both trail users and non-trail users will be asked to take an online survey about the Fort Wayne Regional Trail Network beginning Monday, April 10th.
City of Fort Wayne seal new side

Rain Garden Workshops begins April 8th

The popular City Utilities rain garden workshops are back to help residents manage rain water runoff on their property.
Clean-up at Memorial Park.

Mayors Day of Recognition for National Service

Mayor Tom Henry joined other mayors for the fifth annual Mayors Day of Recognition for National Service today
City of Fort Wayne seal new side

CSO email notifications available

City Utilities reminds Fort Wayne residents that they can receive an email notification when the City’s combined sewer system is discharging into area rivers.
Animal Care & Control new side logo

Canned pet food drive – 4/1/2017

Student members of the Animal Care Teen program at Fort Wayne Animal Care & Control will be holding their annual “Stuff the Whisker Wag’n” Saturday.
Fort Wayne Parks new top logo

Buckner Park entrance restrictions

Due to the Bass Road improvement project, Bass Road will be closed from Clifty Parkway to the Buckner Park entrance beginning April 3.
Bowser building to be demolished beginning next week.

Update on the status of the Bowser bldgs

The City has been notified by the McMillen Foundation, the owner of the Bowser buildings, that it’s their desire for the buildings to be demolished.
Friends of the River Canal Boat

Canal Boat to return to Fort Wayne

Friends of the Rivers today announced a new river amenity - 54-foot canal boat will be coming to the downtown rivers this summer.

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