Registration available online, any Fort Wayne fire station, Fort Wayne Scott'€™s or Kroger store

The City of Fort Wayne and the American Red Cross of Northeast Indiana have teamed up for a special offer to those participating in Don'€™t Miss a Beat, the communitywide hands-only CPR training...

Steering Committee Has Been Working on Plan for Several Months

Mayor Tom Henry today announced plans for a social service agency summit, a vision he discussed during his campaign for office.

“Our community is truly blessed with so many organizations and programs that want to reach out and help...

Pat Roller gives notice to Mayor Henry of intent to leave at the end of 2008

Mayor Tom Henry announced Sept. 16 that City Controller Pat Roller has informed him of her intention to step down from the position effective December 31, 2008. In a letter dated September 2, Roller thanked the mayor for the...

For Release: Thursday, September 11, 2008

Contact:         Jason Freier, Hardball Capital, 404-579-5786

                       Rebecca Karcher, City of Fort Wayne, 427-1120

                       John Perlich, Parkview Health, 260-373-7206


Parkview Health Steps Up to the Plate

Makes major contribution to Harrison Square Project

Ballpark to be Named


For release: Friday, September 12, 2008

Contact:        Rebecca Karcher, Public Information, 427-1120

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For immediate release

September 15, 2008

Contact:         Rebecca Karcher, City Public Information 427-1120                       

                        Todd Ramsey, 3 Sheets Development, 421-1910


 Much Needed Additional Space for Hockey Leagues and Skating

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Allows for improved pedestrian, bicycle safety

Following through on a request from the Southwest Area Partnership, Fort Wayne'€™s Traffic Engineering Department has installed pushbutton crosswalk signals at the intersection of Oakdale Drive and Broadway.

The new signals at the south and east sides of...

Amendments to tax abatement code on website for citizen scrutiny

City Councilwomen Karen Goldner, D-2nd and Liz Brown, R-at-large, have completed a draft to amend the current Municipal Code Chapter 153: Planning and Development, Designation of Economic Revitalization Areas and the Granting of Tax...

Status Conferred on Parks 100+ Years

In a special 100th birthday celebration at Lakeside Park, Mayor Tom Henry was joined today by Director of Parks & Recreation, Al Moll and park advocates as they kick off a campaign for public support.

“In honor of our City'€™s past, and in an effort to be good...

Follows daylong workshop focusing on connectivity of neighborhoods to downtown

The City of Fort Wayne'€™s Division of Community Development will host a public open house from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Thursday to help plan a bicycle and pedestrian route from Renaissance Pointe and other south central...

Parks Department reminds residents to water street trees

Fort Wayne'€™s Parks and Recreation Department reminds residents with street trees that are three years or younger to water these trees every 10 to 14 days while the area experiences dry weather. With little to no rain predicted for the


Employees leaving notices for residents, businesses in affected locations

Fort Wayne'€™s sewer maintenance department will be “smoke testing” sewer lines in several southeast neighborhoods beginning Tuesday, September 2.

Smoke testing will be done in the area generally bounded by Paulding Road on...

Only third local person to win Olympic gold medal

Mayor Tom Henry honors Lloy Ball's gold medal achievement in men's volleyball.

The gold medal.

The community on the plaza of the City-County Building celebrates the first gold medal earned by an Allen County resident in 32 years.

On the steps of


Work done while river levels were down

The City of Fort Wayne lowered a gate on the Maumee River'€™s Hosey Dam Wednesday, Aug. 27, following repairs and work along the Maumee, St. Joseph and St. Marys rivers.

The tainter gate, replaced in 2006, came back down, and river levels will naturally rise...

Provides better pedestrian safety crossing Coldwater to Springbrook Road

The City of Fort Wayne'€™s Traffic Engineering Department is starting improvements at the intersection of Coldwater and Springbrook roads for the safety of students at Northrop High School, including school zone flashers for both


Mayor Henry and Director Moll Kick off Public Campaign by Accepting Funds from Grassroots Group Called “Taylor'€™s Friendship Circle”

Mayor Tom Henry and Al Moll, Director of Parks & Recreation, called on city residents to support a public campaign for Indiana'€™s first Boundless Playground. City Council


Mayor Tom Henry today remembers former Mayor Robert Armstrong saying, “Today is a sad day for Fort Wayne. Our community mourns the loss of a well respected pillar of our community. Mayor Armstrong was a wonderful public servant as both Mayor and as a County Councilman. My family's thoughts and prayers


Compliance improves aesthetics, driver and pedestrian safety

The City of Fort Wayne reminds residents and businesses to keep all yard signs outside of the property'€™s right of way in compliance with the City'€™s sign ordinance.

For houses or businesses with a sidewalk, the sign must not be in the


2-week detour marked for drivers

Motorists driving southbound on U.S. 33 wanting to turn right onto Washington Center Road will need to use the marked detour starting Tuesday, Aug. 26. The detour will last approximately two weeks, weather permitting.

Drivers are directed to turn left onto Merchant Road, then right


Evaluations to start by Sept. 1, recommendation due to City, County Nov. 1

Fort Wayne Mayor Tom Henry and Allen County Commissioners Bill Brown, Nelson Peters and Linda Bloom entered into a memorandum of understanding today to study how emergency communications dispatch for the City and County