City Utilities Facilities

City Utilities operates a number of water-related facilities including the Three Rivers Water Filtration Plant, Water Pollution Control Plant, Hurshtown Reservoir, Camp Scott and others. Camp Scott is an important stormwater management facility. It is a large constructed wetland on the City's Southeast side designed to store and treat stormwater runoff. Stormwater from several neighborhoods around McMillen Park goes to a massive storage tank at the park and is then pumped to the wetland. The wetland also provides a natural habitat for song birds, waterflow, and other animals. Camp Scott is located at 3615 Oxford Street.There are often events scheduled at Camp Scott Wetlands. The City Utilities calendar and e-news are the best way to stay up to date on events. 

Want to know more?

  • pdfCamp Scott Wetlands brochure
  • During World War II, a portion of the property that is now a wetland was home to an Army training facility and later to a prisoner of war camp. Read more about the history of Camp Scott
  • Fort Wayne also provides tours of the wetlands by appointment. Contact site manager Susan Beck to arrange a tour for your group (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 260-427-6213).
  • Learn more about wetlands in general from the Environmental Protection Agency 

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