Flood Operations working at least through noon Thursday

The City of Fort Wayne still has the following roadways closed due to high water:

'€¢    Thieme at Berry
'€¢    Tillman at Calhoun
'€¢    North River between Maysville and Landin
'€¢    Taylor from Bright to Brooklyn
'€¢    Catalpa from Jefferson to Taylor...

The City is experiencing high water and surface level flooding (street flooding) in neighborhoods throughout town.

All of the City'€™s pumps were placed in neighborhoods around town last night and additional pumps were shipped in form two different states. They are pumping to alleviate basement...

Sand, for public use, is being placed in the parking lot of the old Dimension Ford on West Jefferson Boulevard. There will be bags available. Citizens will need to bring their own shovel to fill the bags. This will be available by noon.
 
Clay will be placed on Thieme Drive at Berry Street to...

High river levels in the Maumee have prompted the closure of North River Road between Landin and Maysville roads.

The road is also closed at Calhoun and Tillman as crews place clay to help protect property from high water.

Crews are also placing clay as a protective barrier at Berry and Thieme

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Leaving branches at Tillman, Foster West considered illegal dumping

The City of Fort Wayne reminds residents to take tree limbs and branches to the remaining five branch drop-off locations and not to leave them at Foster Park West or Tillman Park.

City officials have noticed branches left at...

A view from the sky of your home, your neighborhood, or any part of Fort Wayne is a click away at the City'€™s map website. And it'€™s free!

Fort Wayne City Utilities Geographic Information System (GIS) Department has 2008 aerial photos available at its site http://maps.cityoffortwayne.org

Aerial photos...

Strong Response Yields More Funding for Projects

Mayor Tom Henry today announced the recipients of the City'€™s first Commercial Façade Grant program with members of the business community along the North Anthony corridor.

“These grants are the realization of one of my goals I had while running...

The challenge of our time is to do more with less. As your Mayor, I am always mindful that my first responsibility is to the people of this community and to Fort Wayne'€™s economic health.

Through innovation and sound management, the City of Fort Wayne delivers cost-effective, high-quality...

Mulch available to public at Franke Park site during park hours

The tree limb drop-off site at Foster Park West will close Monday as the surrounding neighborhoods have had their branches collected from the curb. The remaining five drop-off locations continue to be available to residents.

The...

Fort Wayne Firefighters voted over the last three days to elect two representatives, one each from different political parties, to be appointed to serve on the newly formed Merit Commission. Democratic candidates were Arthur Heredia and James Corbat; Republican candidates were Abner Crosby and J...

Mayor Henry Delighted to See Young Talent in Fort Wayne

A love of math and science, a desire to conquer challenges, and a passion for being creative is what attracted engineer Ben Groeneweg to Civil Engineering and Fort Wayne City Utilities. Groeneweg'€™s drive and commitment to his career and his...

As of Friday, Clerk'€™s office collects $21,130 from 1,574 old tickets

The City'€™s parking ticket amnesty program that waives late fees will end this week. The program runs Jan. 20 through Saturday, although the office is open through Friday. Tickets can be mailed in to avoid the late fee with a...

Covington Road between Eggeman and Homestead roads has reopened following the road'€™s pavement repair.

More than 4,000 survey responses indicate desire for additional bicycle infrastructure

Fort Wayne Mayor Tom Henry announced today a community bike summit March 21 at the downtown branch of the Allen County Public Library to follow up on the more than 4,000 responses the City received from last...

South Side High School Thursday February 26, 2009 @ 7pm

Between now and 2025, Fort Wayne City Utilities will invest more than $240 million dollars to upgrade its outdated sewer system.  The investments in sewers are vital for better health, a stronger economy and a cleaner future for the City of Fort...

Green Business Principles Increase the Green in your Pocket: Free Training to Protect the Earth

Fort Wayne businesses are ready to take the lead, in positively protecting our environment and the City'€™s Energy and Environmental Services Department has a free program to guide them.

The department is...

Bob Chase Frostbite Championship Open to Public

A unique event hosted by the McMillen Ice Arena (MAC) and Fort Wayne Parks & Recreation launches a new competition to Indiana. The state'€™s first sled hockey tournament is bringing teams from St. Louis, Cincinnati, Grand Rapids and Cleveland this...

March 9: requested brochures will be mailed
March 13: Mail, Fax, Drop Box, On-Line registrations begin
March 23: Walk-in, Phone-in customers can begin registration
 
Program brochures containing registration forms and detailed information about our summer youth programs and day camps have been...

Maumee River expected to cover roadway through weekend

High river levels in the Maumee have prompted the closure of North River Road between Landin and Maysville roads.

Drivers should use a detour route of Maysville and Landin roads. The City expects the water to remain high throughout the...