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  • Eight Midwestern States Shine the Spotlight on Fort Wayne Trails

    City Hosts Mid America Trails and Greenways Conference Fort Wayne, Ind. – Fort Wayne’s growing popularity as a destination for regional conferences continues again this weekend – with the 5th Annual Mid America Trails and Greenways Conference (MATA...
  • MAYOR HENRY HAILS DOWNTOWN MOMENTUM AS NEW PLANS UNVEILED FOR ANTHONY WAYNE BUILDING

    Upscale Housing, Retail Put Bold Mark on Changing Face of City Center Fort Wayne, Ind. – The new energy rippling through downtown Fort Wayne received another boost as local developers, and state and federal officials, joined Mayor Tom Henry in unveil...
  • CITY CLERK KENNEDY INTRODUCES PAPERLESS CITY COUNCIL

    Technological innovations will save $10,000 yearly, increase resident access, expand SmartGov Fort Wayne, Ind. – Today, Fort Wayne City Clerk Sandy Kennedy unveiled her Paperless City Council program. The third phase of Mayor Tom Henry’s SmartGov ini...
  • MAYOR SENDS OFF COMMUNITY LEADERS HEADING TO NEIGHBORHOOD CONFERENCE IN OHIO

    Conference will be held in Fort Wayne in 2012   Fort Wayne, Ind. – Mayor Tom Henry today heralded the efforts of a contingent of 32 local neighborhood leaders and association presidents who will attend the Regional Neighborhood Network Conference (RN...
  • State Eyes City Throw-A-Ways

    IACT Officials Want Other Cities To Recycle Fort Wayne’s “Ways” Fort Wayne, Ind. - The inarguable success of Fort Wayne’s single stream recycling program is receiving statewide attention.  Today officials with the Indiana Association of Cities a...
  • REDEVELOPMENT COMMISSION APPROVES THE HARRISON

    Today, in special session, the Fort Wayne Redevelopment Commission approved the terms and conditions of the agreement put forth last week for The Harrison.  Below are documents with further details:  The Harrison Agreement  New Harrison and use of TI...
  • MAYOR CHAMPIONS GROUND BREAKING OF 66-LEASE-TO-OWN HOMES IN RENAISSANCE POINTE

    Fort Wayne, Ind. – Mayor Tom Henry today joined developer Kevan Biggs and community partners in celebrating the ground breaking of a home ownership initiative in the Renaissance Pointe neighborhood. “It is certainly a compliment to our city that Bigg...
  • MAYOR HENRY ENCOURAGED BY LATEST GDP STATS

    Pledges to Continue Job Creation Efforts New data released from the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis shows that while much of the country is losing manufacturing jobs, Fort Wayne’s manufacturing sector is growing.  In fact, Fort Wayne’s real gross d...
  • Mayor Henry Encouraged by Latest GDP Stats

    Pledges to Continue Job Creation Efforts New data released from the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis shows that while much of the country is losing manufacturing jobs, Fort Wayne’s manufacturing sector is growing.  In fact, Fort Wayne’s real gross...
  • MAYOR HENRY HERALDS PROGRESS ON THE HARRISON AS PROJECT STAYS ON COURSE TO BREAK GROUND

    Definitive Agreement Sends Solid Signal of Development’s Momentum Fort Wayne, Ind. – Mayor Tom Henry today affirmed that the final piece of Harrison Square remains on track for completion during a briefing on The Harrison’s definitive agreement w...
  • Mayor Celebrates City Being Named "Playful City USA" for Second Time

    Fort Wayne is being recognized for our efforts in making play a priority for the health and well-being of our children. When the national picture reveals only 1-in-5 children currently live within walking distance of a park or playground, Fort Wayne is on...
  • EXTREME HEAT FORCES EARLY TRASH PICK-UP FRIDAY

    Fort Wayne, Ind. – Due to forecasts of extreme heat and humidity, the City of Fort Wayne has granted a request to allow garbage and recycling collection to begin an hour early -- at 5 a.m. -- tomorrow. National Serv-All normally begins collecting debri...
  • CITY OFFICES CLOSED MONDAY FOR LABOR DAY HOLIDAY

    Garbage pick-up pushed back one day Fort Wayne, Ind. – The City of Fort Wayne’s offices, including the 311 Call Center, City Utilities and the Parks and Recreation Department community and youth centers, will be closed Monday for the Labor Day holida...

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