News release from the City of Fort Wayne:
City responding to weather-related damages
Mayor Henry has staff responding
(June 27, 2015) – City of Fort Wayne crews have been working all morning to respond to weather-related damages throughout the community.
The City’s Police, Fire, Public Works, City Utilities and Parks departments are all working in a proactive manner to deal with today’s weather challenges.
The public should be aware that there is limited 911 capabilities at this time. All non-emergency calls should be directed to the City’s 311 service. The City’s Citizen Services Department is open and taking calls through the 311 call center.
Several streets are closed due to high water and trees being down. In addition, there are scattered power outages throughout the City. Motorists should treat intersections without a traffic signal as a four-way stop.
The Parks and Recreation Department and contractors are working to address the downed street trees.
“City crews are out in full force responding to our most recent weather situation,” said Mayor Tom Henry. “Please use caution today as we come together as a City to help one another.”