February 20, 2018 - To aid residents who are concerned about water rising on their property, the Street Department has placed sand and empty bags at two locations in areas prone to flooding.

Residents must bring their own shovel and fill the bags. Sand is available at the following locations:

February 19, 2018 - City Utilities crews remain active at this hour, working to protect neighborhoods from the potential of street flooding and back-ups. 

Earlier today, as a precaution, crews placed 8 pumps in neighborhoods prone to street flooding.  Four of those pumps are operating at this hour.

February 8, 2018 - Fort Wayne Parks & Recreation Director Al Moll announced today that he will retire from his position effective March 30.

Director Moll has served as Executive Director since 2005. Under his leadership, the Parks & Recreation Department expanded neighborhood outreach programs,


February 5, 2018 - Mayor Tom Henry today announced Len Poehler will retire from his position as City Controller effective March 30.

Poehler has served as City Controller since January 2016. Under Poehler’s leadership, the City has strengthened its cash reserves, benefitted from enhanced long-range


February 5, 2018 - Earlier today, the 63rd basic recruit class of the Fort Wayne Police Department consisting of 28 recruits began their journey toward becoming fully commissioned officers.

Police Chief Steve Reed stated, “I am honored to welcome these fine young men and women to our academy. I


February 1, 2018 - The Fort Wayne Parks & Recreation Department is the local host for this week’s annual Indiana Park & Recreation (IPRA) Conference & Expo, held at the Grand Wayne Center through today.

During the conference, the Fort Wayne Parks & Recreation Department’s Unwind Your Mind program


January 31, 2018 - The City of Fort Wayne today outlined the next steps for the North River property. 

The City now owns the North River property, which is comprised of 29 acres bounded by Clinton, Fourth and Harrison streets. The property serves as an important gateway into downtown and will be a


Janaury 26, 2018 - A first of its kind My Brother’s Keeper Sunday will be held at churches across Fort Wayne on Sunday, Jan. 28. It’s part of the Fort Wayne UNITED initiative to bring the community togethe

Churches who are part of the Fort Wayne UNITED clergy subcommittee will be sharing unified


January 24, 2018 - Fort Wayne Mayor Tom Henry will deliver his 2018 State of the City Address at noon on Wednesday, Feb. 14 at the Grand Wayne Center, 120 W. Jefferson Blvd.

The Mayor’s State of the City Address is free and open to the public. Attendees are encouraged to arrive by 11:45 a.m.



January 17, 2018 - Mayor Tom Henry today welcomed Addison Agen as a guest to the Mayor’s office and proclaimed Wednesday, Jan. 17 as Addison Agen Day in the City of Fort Wayne.

Agen was joined by family and friends and City employees for the special recognition ceremony.

“Addison continues to be


January 15, 2018 - Progress continues in street clearing efforts from the latest snow storm. A continuous heavy and wet snow re-covered streets throughout the day and crews spent most of the day on our primary roads. The Street Department began plowing at midnight and while primary roads are much

January 12, 2018 - Steady sleet and dropping temperatures have created hazardous driving conditions throughout Fort Wayne. All of Allen County, including incorporated cities and towns, remains under a Winter Weather Advisory. Side streets and intersections in the City of Fort Wayne are


January 11, 2018 - The City of Fort Wayne’s offices will be closed on Monday, Jan. 15 in recognition of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.

Garbage and recycling collection will not be affected and will remain on schedule.

The City will resume regular business hours on Tuesday, Jan. 16.

January 10, 2018 - Much of the Lakeside area of the Northside Neighborhood is now part of the National Register of Historic Places, the nation’s official list of properties considered worthy of preservation.

The Lakeside Historic District boundaries are Tennessee Avenue to the north, St. Joe