March 1, 2018 - The City of Fort Wayne’s Planning & Policy Director, Pam Holocher, was named the Indiana Planning Sagamore today. The award is the highest honor bestowed on a planner by the American Planning Association Indiana Chapter.

Holocher’s planning career spans more than 40 years. She


February 28, 2018 -  Mayor Tom Henry and Fort Wayne UNITED today unveiled the Meals 4 Healing initiative that’s designed to serve families who have lost loved ones to homicide. The initiative was developed through the Fort Wayne UNITED clergy subcommittee.

When a homicide takes place, families of


February 23, 2018 - Mayor Tom Henry today congratulated the four teams of developers and social service agencies that were awarded Rental Housing Tax Credits (RHTCs) for their projects located in Fort Wayne.

The Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority (IHCDA) recently announced 17


February 21, 2018 - City crews are continuing to monitor river levels and surface flooding.

As river levels continue to rise, it is possible that roadways and intersections near local waterway may become covered with water. Motorists should not attempt to go through high water. If motorists come


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 15, 2018 - The Model Group, developer for The Landing on West Columbia Street, celebrated the start of construction today on the $32.2 million project.

The Model Group President and CEO Steve Smith showed Mayor Tom Henry and Fort Wayne Downtown Development Trust President Mac Parker the work


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 - The City of Fort Wayne today issued a request-for-qualifications to outline the next action steps in the implementation of the Riverfront Fort Wayne vision to foster future private development along our rivers.

The City is seeking Statements of Qualifications from consultants


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


February 1, 2018 - Mayor Tom Henry and Fort Wayne UNITED today unveiled a new outreach video geared toward raising community awareness about the homicide challenge in Fort Wayne and the importance of preventing violence and providing positive opportunities for black men and boys.

The video takes a


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