City Engineering
  • The City Engineer serves as the technical advisor and supervisor for the Department of Transportation in the Division of Public Works.
  • The City Engineer oversees the preparation of plans and specifications for the Transportation Capital Improvement Projects, Public Works maintenance projects and all other improvement projects necessary for the safe, efficient and economical operation of the Public Works Division.
  • The City of Fort Wayne has invested significant funds into our local streets
The goals and objectives of the City Engineering Department include:
  • To plan, develop, bid and manage the construction of the Transportation Capital Improvement Program through CEDIT, Local Road and Street funds and other funding sources.
  • Prepare and update a Project Status Report that compiles and lists projects in progress and completed projects
  • Provides technical assistance to Mayor, Board of Public Works and City Council in selecting Capital Improvement Projects

pdfComplete Streets Resolution

Complete Steets is a transportation policy and design approach that considers the safe and comfortable movement of all users of all ages and abilities — including motorists, cyclists, pedestrians, transit, and freight as roadway infrastructure is planned, designed operated and maintained.

To view Transportation Improvement Projects go to the Northeastern Indiana Regional Coordinating Council's (NIRCC) website: NIRCC
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For more information: contact the City Engineer, Patrick Zaharako
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  • City Engineering
    Citizens Square Building
    200 East Berry Street, Suite 210
    Fort Wayne, IN 46802