Immediate help needed for filling sandbags

The City of Fort Wayne is expanding its call for help in flood control efforts. Volunteers are needed in the Waynedale area as soon as possible.

Volunteers should report to the corner of Bradbury and Broadripple to help with filling and distributing

...

Drivers encouraged to use alternative routes

The City of Fort Wayne continues to update road closures at some new intersections and roads as the Street Department continues to monitor high water conditions throughout the City.

Residents are also reminded to not drive through standing water as

...

Immediate help needed for filling sandbags 

The City of Fort Wayne'€™s need for volunteers with flood control efforts continued Wednesday afternoon.

People interested should report to the City Street Department, 1701 S. Lafayette St., as soon as possible. Volunteers will be filling sandbags and

...

Mayor Invites Public to Celebrate Kickoff of Downtown Catalyst Project 

Mayor Graham Richard announced today that Thursday, November 29 has been selected as the official groundbreaking day for Harrison Square. The event will mark the official start of construction on the signature, downtown Fort Wayne

...

In preparation for the Grand Opening of the Public Safety Academy of Northeast Indiana on November 28, 2007 at 2PM, The Academy'€™s Director, Brent Johnson, is pleased to announce that the leases with the regional Academic partners have been completed.  One of the many novel aspects of the Academy

...

Land Use Management Merger Would Send Welcoming Signal to Positive Growth

Fort Wayne Mayor Graham Richard and Allen County Commissioner Nelson Peters today announced proposed plans to merge Allen County and Fort Wayne land use management and development permitting services.

Upon approval, the

...

Public Works Magazine Selects Fort Wayne for National Honor

Fort Wayne, IN- Fort Wayne has been recognized as the No. 1 Public Works Department in the country by Public Works Magazine.  Mayor Graham Richard and Public Works Director Bob Kennedy received the award today at photo shoot and brief...

DLGF Decision Paves Way to Lower Interest Rate, Savings on Catalyst Project

In a Wednesday, October 3 meeting with Indiana Department of Local Government Finance (DLGF) Commissioner Cheryl Musgrave, Allen County Commissioner Nelson Peters and Fort Wayne Mayor Graham Richard received the state'€™s...

The City of Fort Wayne will again provide special programs to help individuals start their own small or home-based business.  The Self Employment and Start Up Business Forum will be held on Thursday, September 20, from 9 a.m. to Noon in the Omni Room of the City-County Building.  

“Census figures show...

Current and future homeowners can see for themselves the possibilities and potential of high-technology (smart) and environmentally friendly (green) home design by visiting the region'€™s first and only SmartGreen Home. The home, located at 2429 Smith Street in Renaissance Pointe, is now open for...

Mayor Graham Richard, along with Councilmen John Crawford, R-at-large, Tim Pape, D-5th and Tom Smith, R-1st on Tuesday August 21st announced a proposal for an amendment to the City's Municipal Code, Chapter 99: "Streets and Sidewalks; Trees and Shurbs" that governs placing signs on public land.

...

Health Department will begin spraying on Thursday

ALLEN COUNTY, Ind. - Health officials confirmed today that a pool of mosquitoes collected in northwest Allen County has tested positive for the West Nile Virus. 

To reduce mosquito activity and prevent the spread of the disease, the Fort Wayne-Allen

...

Hardball Capital and Barry Real Estate will host a community open house to provide the public with an opportunity to see the latest design renderings and provide feedback on the Harrison Square development.

The event will be held from 5:30-8 p.m. Thursday, August 2 in the Harrison Rooms at the

...

The Harrison Square development took another step forward today with the start of demolition work. The first phase of work includes the demolition of Belmont Beverage and Palace Restaurant sites on South Harrison Street.

Martin Services Systems is the contractor for the demolition of the Harrison Square

...

Mayor Graham Richard today announced changes in the City'€™s public information office.

Michael Joyner will serve as the primary media contact for the City effective August 3.

Joyner will replace John Perlich. Perlich has served as the City'€™s Director of Public Information since September 2004.

...

Beginning Thursday, July 26, improvements will be made to the St. Joseph Pathway on Spy Run Avenue extended from State Boulevard north to Parnell Avenue, which will close this portion of the Rivergreenway.

Concrete and widening work will occur along some of the older sections of the pathway. Work

...