Mayor Graham Richard will lead the City's second annual Greenway Summit from 6:30-8:30 p.m. Monday, November 14 at the River Lodge in
“Greenways and trails are valuable assets to our region. We must capitalize on this tremendous opportunity to make a positive difference in the lives of many,” said Mayor Richard. “We must be committed to better physical fitness and exercise. The greenway provides us with links to parks, schools and neighborhoods. It also helps us promote a
The City is investing in the Rivergreenway system. City crews are repaving the greenway and making landscaping and signage upgrades. The repaving of the entire greenway will take two more years to complete. The City and greenway volunteer groups plan to increase the miles of trails and greenways from 18 to more than 100. More than 40 Greenway Ranger volunteers help make the greenway cleaner and more user-friendly. The volunteers check a portion of the greenway system once a week to make sure there aren't any serious problems. Earlier this year, the Fort Wayne Police Department began using bike patrols on the greenway.
At last year's