October 25, 2016 - Crews have installed four additional banners along West Jefferson Boulevard as part of the Blue Star Banner program, which recognizes City of Fort Wayne residents and City government employees who are actively deployed.
The service members include: Gunnery Sergeant, Anthony K. Dunaway, U.S. Marine Corps Specialist, Joshua Gullett, U.S. Army Sergeant, Nathan Miller, U.S. Army Master Sergeant, Kris A. Schleinkofer, U.S. Air Force
October 21, 2016 - At its annual Executive Management Conference this week, the Association of Metropolitan Water Agencies (AMWA) honored Fort Wayne City Utilities with the Platinum Award for Excellence in Utility Management.
Of the more than 150,000 water and sewer providers in the country, Fort Wayne was one of only 10 chosen for this prestigious honor and the only water provider in Indiana to win the Platinum Award.
MAYOR HENRY LEADS GROUNDBREAKING CEREMONY FOR SIX MILE CREEK TRAIL IN SOUTHEAST FORT WAYNE
October 19, 2016 - Mayor Tom Henry, New Haven Mayor Terry McDonald, representatives from Fort Wayne Trails and community and neighborhood leaders have broken ground for phase one of the Six Mile Creek Trail.
Today’s groundbreaking was for phase one, a nearly one-mile long trail expansion from South Phoenix Parkway at Southtown Centre to the intersection of Tillman Road and Lemar Drive.
While this is only phase one of the Six Mile Creek Trail, when the full, multi-phase trail is complete, it will contribute significantly to connectivity in the community by providing a 26-mile continuous loop linking Moser Park in New Haven, Fort Wayne’s Rivergreenway and the Six Mile Trail.
“Investing in trails is critical to the current and future success of our community and region,” said Mayor Henry. “It’s great to see trail development in southeast Fort Wayne as we continue our commitment to enhancing quality of life amenities that make our City a point of destination for individuals, families, and businesses.”