311 resumes regular hours, pumps remain in operation throughout city

The City of Fort Wayne continued to monitor flood conditions Friday morning as the city'€™s three rivers are expect crest over the weekend

More than 30 pumps remained in operation throughout the City Friday morning to help move water out of streets and neighborhoods, including Clinton Street between 4th and Superior streets.

Clinton Street in Headwaters Park had lane restrictions Friday morning as a result of high water.

A larger pump was also moved to State Street at the Eastbrook and Westbrook area to make State more passable to motorists.

Drivers are encouraged to avoid using Clinton this morning as pumps continue to clear water. All other road closures as announced on Thursday remain in effect Friday morning.

Flood control teams continue to monitor high-water situations and river levels throughout the city, although property damage remains minimal as a direct result of this week'€™s flooding.

The Woodhurst neighborhood, an area of concern Thursday, has two pumps in operation to continue moving out water, said Public Works Director Bob Kennedy.

The 311 Call Center has resumed regular hours of 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.

Four locations continue to be available to residents to make their own sandbags

The City'€™s four sandbag locations for residents in danger of flooding continue to be available. The Street Department has placed piles of sand and bags at these locations.  The locations are:

Portage Middle School '€“ 3521 Taylor Street
Broadview Florist '€“ 5409 Winchester Road
Taylor University '€“ 1025 W. Rudisill Blvd.
(parking lot on the south side of Rudisill)
Southwest Conservation Club '€“ 5701 Bluffton Road

Residents with issues or concerns related to flooding may call 311 for assistance.