Fort Wayne City Utilities is committed to providing citizens with information about a variety of water and utility-related topics.

Speakers' Bureau

Staff members from City Utilities are available to speak to groups about a variety of utility related topics. Here is a list of available pdfSpeakers and Topics.  Please contact City Utilities at (260) 427-2683 or contact Fort Wayne's Citizen Services call center by dialing 311 to request a speaker for your meeting or other event.


Articles You Can Use

City Utilities has developed a series of pre-written articles on topics of interest to neighborhood residents that you may download for use on a neighborhood website, in a neighborhood newsletter or in other neighborhood publications. We only ask that you give credit to Fort Wayne City Utilities as the source of the information contained in the article. If you have questions or need more information about any of the topics shown below please contact City Utilities at (260) 427-2683.

docxGo Paperless with City Utilities

docxTaming Invasive Species and Knowing Which Plants to Avoid

docxComposting in Your Own Backyard

docxWhat to Expect During Construction in Your Neighborhood

docxPreparing for Heavy Precipitation

docProtect Yourself From Sewer Backups

pdfPublic Fire Protection Moves to Water Utility Bill

pdfThe Word on Wipes:  Rethinking What We Flush

pdfPreparing Your Plumbing for Winter

pdfBe a Storm Drain Steward

docWhat is Sediment Pollution?

docCold Weather Tips From Fort Wayne City Utilities

docPreventing Mercury Pollution

docPolite Pet Ownership is Picking Up

docOnly Rain in the Storm Drain

docWhere Does My Drinking Water Come From?

docCease the Grease

docCar Care for Pollution Prevention

docWater leak detection

docGreen Landscaping

docWhat is a CSO?

docPreventing CSOs


News You Can Use

Springtime in Indiana can bring heavy rains. You can be prepared, Read more...

Need information about how you may be able to replace your failing septic system with a public sewer line? Information about City Utilities' Septic Elimination Program (SEP) is now available. Learn more...