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Fort Wayne, US
June 24th, 2018
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Republican Mayoral Candidate John Crawford.

City Utilities plan to address aging water infrastructure

Fort Wayne City Utilities today announced plans to address aging water infrastructure, specifically to reduce the number of water main breaks.

Traffic Alert: North Clinton Street

Motorists should avoid North Clinton Street between Lima Road and the split with Coldwater Road today.

Ground breaks on water main replacement

This afternoon, Mayor Tom Henry joined business leaders from the Industrial Park area and City Utilities staff to break ground for the construction of a new water main on Directors Row and Secretary Drive.
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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.
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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.
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City Utilities nationally recognized

This past week, the Association of Metropolitan Water Agencies honored Fort Wayne City Utilities with the Platinum Award for Excellence in Utility Management.
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Annual River Level Adjustments

In preparation for winter, City Utilities will be temporarily lowering the St. Joseph River level north of the St. Joseph Dam to remove the dam’s flashboards.
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Traffic Alert: Delays-Illinois Road today

The outside, eastbound lane, of the 5000 block of Illinois Road is closed due to asphalt issues that may be related to a pipe below the road.
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Traffic Alert: Delays-Illinois Road today

The outside, eastbound lane, of the 5000 block of Illinois Road is closed due to asphalt issues that may be related to a pipe below the road.
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City Utilities’ Native Plant Sale Saturday

Fort Wayne City Utilities is teaming up with Riverview Nursery, to provide an opportunity to purchase native perennial plants.

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