Requests from residents spurred this addition

The City of Fort Wayne'€™s Traffic Engineering Department has added left-turn arrows to the traffic signals on Freeman Street and Lindenwood Avenue at the intersection of Jefferson Boulevard.

These left-turn arrows for northbound Freeman and southbound...

As the leaves begin to fall from the trees, people look for ways to remove them.  For those considering burning leaves, twigs or trash that have accumulated on their lawns, the Fort Wayne Fire Department reminds everyone to avoid open burning as a general rule.

FWFD Fire Marshal Jim Murua says, “No...

Funds Will Help City Support Development in Downtown and Commercial Corridors

Mayor Tom Henry today announced the City had been notified it will receive $15 million in new markets tax credits. These funds from the U.S. Treasury will encourage private sector investment in distressed communities. Mayor...

Update Shows Construction on Target

Essential modernization to the Fort Wayne'€™s Water Treatment Facility and the St. Joe Dam is on target for completion.

Already completed at the downtown Water Treatment Facility is the new electrical building and an emergency generator to ensure water delivery even if...

Residents can send City Council their feedback about police expenditures

Following a request from Councilman Tim Pape at Tuesday'€™s City Council meeting, the City of Fort Wayne has posted an online comment form about the proposed 2009 budget for the Fort Wayne Police Department.

The comment form...

Residents in a five block area on Fort Wayne'€™s west side are without water service this afternoon. The water is shut off while City Utilities makes repairs. The interruption involves homes between the 1900 to the 2200 block of Melbourne Court, the 5200 block of Crandon Lane and the 5300 block of...

 Mayor Tom Henry cuts the ribbon for the Renaissance Pointe trail in southeast Fort Wayne

New YMCA Will Be in the Heart of Renaissance Pointe Neighborhood

Mayor Tom Henry and YMCA CEO Martin Pastura joined police officers, neighborhood residents and YMCA supporters to bike, walk and roll along the

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City, County collecting coats for Township giveaway

The City of Fort Wayne and County of Allen are collecting new and gently used winter coats as part of the Wayne Township Trustee'€™s coat drive.

Anyone can drop off a coat or jacket throughout the City-County Building, the Parks and Recreation...

Assistance Available to Commercial Property Owners in Corridors Throughout the Community

Mayor Tom Henry today shared details Oct. 9 of the City'€™s planned Commercial Façade Grant program with members of the business community along the Broadway corridor.

“When I was running for mayor, I talked about...

Traffic Signals at two downtown intersections are not functioning this morning due to a pole fire at Broadway and Washington.

Temporary stop signs are in place at the intersections of Broadway and Washington and Broadway and Jefferson.

American Electric Power is working on the situation. At this...

All traffic signals out earlier today are operating again with the exception of Spy Run & Fourth Street.

A pole fire occurred at Fourth Street and I&M has barricaded the road while crews are working on the pole. It is expected to be closed through mid-evening.
Spy Run remains open.


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Residents can send comments via City Utilities insert or extended online survey for bike lane locations

Recognizing the increased use of bicycles in Fort Wayne, Mayor Tom Henry is asking for feedback to make the city more bicycle-friendly. Henry asks residents to complete a survey about their...

Tourney is preceded by week of open houses for area youth

 
The Fort Wayne Parks & Recreation Department'€™s youth centers at Jennings, Cooper and Weisser are participating in a citywide Safe Haven Prevention week October 10 - 18, pledging to stay in shape, in school, off drugs, and out of gangs...

Fort Wayne City Utilities with the assistance of Burgess & Niple, Inc. will be “smoke testing” sewer lines in several southeast neighborhoods beginning on Monday, October 6, 2008 as part of a sewer separation project in the area.  Smoke testing will be done in the area generally bounded by Petit Avenue...

Working to Secure a Clean Energy Future is the theme of the 2008 Energy Awareness month.

Setting aside a time to remind us about saving energy began in 1981 with American Energy Week, which was observed from 1981 through 1985. It became a month-long observance at the Department of Energy in 1986...

Investigation Discovery'€™s “Call 911” producer will talk to City'€™s dispatcher, police officer, caller about 2005 burglary call

A national television show that features remarkable 911 calls and the calm, steady voice of emergency dispatchers will tape a segment in Fort Wayne Friday.

Producers from...

City'€™s International Trade Conference is largest international trade event in state

Fort Wayne Mayor Tom Henry recognized two Fort Wayne-based companies as the Indiana exporters of the year at the City'€™s sixth annual International Trade Conference at the Grand Wayne Center.

The Mayor awarded...