New maps allow for better customer service, City Utilities'€™ non-residential customer stormwater billing more accurate

Fort Wayne City Utilities and Public Works Geographic Information Systems Department earned the Indiana Geographic Information Council'€™s 2008 Excellence in GIS Award for large cities...

Lane restrictions, construction on hold until clear weather

The Time Corners traffic improvement project is temporarily on hold as the City and its contractor wait for improved weather. This project will involve the intersections of Jefferson Boulevard and Getz and Covington roads.

“We are trying

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Below are Mayor Tom Henry's remarks as prepared and streaming video of his first State of the City address Wednesday, February 27 at the Grand Wayne Center.

6-week media campaign to build awareness, encourage donations

The City of Fort Wayne is collaborating with three local non-profit trail groups to form Fort Wayne Trails, encouraging the use and expansion of the City'€™s trail network.

Fort Wayne Trails is a partnership of the City, Aboite New

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City Information Systems looking for people to help leverage technology for public access

Now anyone with a broadband internet connection can watch the proceedings of Fort Wayne'€™s City Council. The City of Fort Wayne'€™s technology staff is offering video on demand of City Council proceedings at...

Roads reopening, Public Works looking at voluntary buyouts

Some city streets and intersections are reopening at 5 p.m. today as standing water throughout the city continues to go down.

The following locations are reopening:

·        Calhoun and Tillman
·        Winchester Road between Bluffton and Airport

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River levels going down or remaining steady

River levels in Fort Wayne or upstream of the City are either going down or remaining steady.

The City of Fort Wayne continues to monitor flood conditions at points along the City'€™s three rivers as well as water levels in neighborhoods.

 

Call lines open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday-Friday

City of Fort Wayne officials are calling on all homeowners who experienced any type of property damage from this week'€™s flood to call the Indiana Department of Homeland Security.

These calls will help state and federal officials determine the full

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As temperatures drop, drivers need to watch for icy roads

Cold temperatures are predicted for the Fort Wayne area Saturday night, so City of Fort Wayne officials are reminding drivers to watch out for icy roads this weekend.

High water may be clearing from areas throughout the City, but remaining

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Volunteers no longer needed, roads and intersections reopening

As river levels start to go down or stabilize, volunteers for field work and sandbags are no longer needed, the City of Fort Wayne announced late Friday night.

Many roads and intersections that were flooded this week have reopened. The...

Drivers should continue to use common sense

The City of Fort Wayne announced Saturday morning that many roads and intersections closed this week from high water have reopened.

Lane restrictions remain in effect for Clinton Street between 4th and Superior streets and State Street at the...

National Weather Service says Maumee at Anthony has crested

The City of Fort Wayne continues to monitor flood conditions at points along the City'€™s three rivers as well as water levels in neighborhoods.

Residents with issues or concerns related to flooding may call 311 for assistance. 311 will

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River levels fluctuate as City'€™s flood control teams keep eye on neighborhoods

According to information from the National Weather Service, rivers in northeast Indiana will crest this weekend, with the exception of the St. Joseph River at the former Root'€™s location, which appears to have

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Help needed for sandbags or in the field

Mayor Tom Henry called for volunteers this afternoon to help with flood control efforts.

“The City needs help to replenish our sandbag supply and extra help in the field,” Henry said. “Fort Wayne has such a wonderful volunteer spirit and I know our

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Two new additions, other closures remain in effect

The City of Fort Wayne announced two additional street closures this morning.

New closures as of 10 a.m. Friday:

Smith Road at Engle
Tecumseh Street bridge
 
Clinton Street between 4th Street and Superior Street continues to have lane closures.

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311 resumes regular hours, pumps remain in operation throughout city

The City of Fort Wayne continued to monitor flood conditions Friday morning as the city'€™s three rivers are expect crest over the weekend

More than 30 pumps remained in operation throughout the City Friday morning to help move...

City replenishing sandbags, 311 call center will be open overnight

The City of Fort Wayne is continuing non-stop flood control efforts Friday afternoon.

The 311 Call Center will be open through Saturday morning, city officials announced. Residents with flood questions and concerns should call 311.

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The City of Fort Wayne announced three additional street closures this afternoon.

New closures as of 3 p.m. Friday:

  • Fairfield from Lower Huntington Bridge to Concord
  • Prospect at Griswold
  • Tennessee at Griswold
  • Clinton Street between 4th Street and Superior Street has a single lane closed. Drivers
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City'€™s Emergency Operations Center continues to monitor conditions

According to information from the National Weather Service, rivers in northeast Indiana will crest this weekend, with the exception of the St. Joseph River at the former Root'€™s location, which crested at approximately 9:30 this

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Drivers should continue to use caution, watch for slick conditions

The City of Fort Wayne urges drivers to use caution as high water conditions persist in some locations.

New additions to the list on Thursday morning:
Fillmore from Cunningham to Portage
Geneva at Ardmore
Elyetta at Middle
Freeman...