City does not collect tree limbs, brush left at curb

The City of Fort Wayne'€™s solid waste department reminds residents that the City does not collect tree limbs or brush left at the curb.

Brush and small limbs can be bundled and placed in the residential trash bins for regular trash collection...

Branded signs part of continued efforts to make downtown Fort Wayne friendly, accessible

The City of Fort Wayne is continuing to make downtown friendlier for drivers with the addition of architectural signage for public parking garages and directional signs from key entry points to Fort Wayne...

Flooding caused damage between Pemberton Drive, North River Road

In time for the Memorial Day weekend, the City Fort Wayne announces that a section of Rivergreenway along the Maumee River has reopened.

The trail between Pemberton Drive at mile marker 2.0 to the North River Road trailhead at the...

Fort Wayne'€™s 311 call center is now handling sewer maintenance inquiries. The center handles 10 City departments as well as general inquiries about City government.

The 311 call center, “one call to city hall,” handles non-emergency service requests from 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday through...

The Indiana Department of Natural Resources awarded the City of Fort Wayne a $900,000 grant Tuesday as part of the Hoosiers on the Move statewide trails plan.

The City'€™s grant will fund Phase IIB, or about 1.7 miles, of the planned Wabash & Erie Canal Towpath Trail. This 5.5-mile trail will...

19 discharge sites had 100 percent compliance for 2007

Mayor Tom Henry recognized 19 industrial customers of City Utilities today for 100 percent compliance in pretreating wastewater in 2007.

Participants in the program partially treat on site the waste they produce before discharging it into the...

Mark Becker'€™s imminent departure leaves important vacancy

Mayor Tom Henry announced he'€™s asked his Transition Team to reconvene to assess and screen candidates for the position of deputy mayor. Henry recently accepted the resignation of Deputy Mayor Mark Becker, effective May 31, 2008.

To fill...

Community leaders will make recommendations on potential funding alternatives for sewer improvements, better water quality in rivers


 

Demonstrating his commitment to community involvement  and improved river water quality, Mayor Tom Henry announced today that he has assembled community leaders to

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City Utilities starting on 18-year plan to improve water quality in local rivers by significantly reducing combined sewer overflow

City Utilities has started the nearly $240 million plan to improve Fort Wayne'€™s river quality and wants to inform and educate customers throughout the process, Mayor Tom...

Residents can report 6 most common problems directly on Web site

In continuing to make City government as responsive as possible to residents, Mayor Tom Henry announced today that the six most common requests to the 311 call center can now be made online.

Reports of potholes, missed garbage or...

 

 

City Utilities provides City water to all former Aqua customers on schedule

Mayor Tom Henry celebrated today the completion of providing City water service to 9,000 former Aqua Indiana north customers.

Approximately 4,000 customers, the final and largest section of the transition area, will start to receive

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Aqua Indiana north transition to be complete this week

Fort Wayne City Utilities will begin providing City water to the final 4,000 customers in the northern system previously owned by Aqua Indiana on Thursday. This includes the neighborhoods of Pine Valley, Autumn Ridge, West Autumn, Chapel Creek,...

The Fort Wayne Fire Department is going forward with the hiring process for the 2008 Recruit Class.  FWFD has sent letters to those individuals still in the process.

The number of individuals in the 2008 Recruit Class may be reduced in light of Indiana House Bill 1001.  If all goes as expected with

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Collaborative Purchasing Plan Stretches Taxpayer Dollars

Mayor Tom Henry announced plans for a purchasing partnership summit he will host June 25. In continuing a campaign promise, Mayor Henry is inviting representatives from other taxing entities to bring forward ideas or best practices on how to...

Flooding caused damage between Pemberton Drive, North River Road

A section of the Rivergreenway is temporarily closed for repair and clean-up following this winter'€™s flooding on the Maumee River.

The trail between Pemberton Drive at mile marker 2.0 to the North River Road trailhead at the 5.75 mile...

Web site seeks to provide easier and greater access to the public

Today, Fort Wayne Mayor Tom Henry and the Allen County Commissioners announced that work is underway on the creation of a joint Web site to house information regarding both City and County public meetings. The new Web sitewill seek to

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City, trails organizations look to continue financial, community support for safe recreation, alternative transportation routes

In less than six weeks, the City of Fort Wayne and its four partner trails organizations raised more than $1.25 million as part of Oprah'€™s Big Give Fort Wayne Trails. ...

Alan Candioto brings experience and vision to City position

Mayor Tom Henry is pleased to announce the hiring of Alan R. Candioto as the City of Fort Wayne'€™s Human Resources director. Candioto has served as a human resources executive in the private sector and brings more than 38 years of...