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Fort Wayne

New resources to find lost pets

This March, FWACC is launching new resources for pet owners and offering free microchips and ID tags to increase the number of lost pets returned to their owners.

Final B.F. Goodrich TIF reimbursement made

The Allen County Redevelopment Commission has presented a final payment to the B.F. Goodrich plant in Woodburn for a TIF reimbursement.

Utilities asking residents to clear storm drains

City Utilities asks residents to help clear the more than 22,000 storm drains throughout the city.

Fort Wayne City Council meeting tonight – 2/23/2021

The Fort Wayne City Council meets in both Committee and Regular Sessions this evening at 5:30 pm.

Holcomb directs flags to be at half-staff

Governor Eric Holcomb is directing flags across the state to be flown at half-staff in memory of the more than 500,000 Americans who have died from COVID-19.
Seal of Allen County

Monroeville Road and Wayne Trace project

The Indiana Department of Transportation today awarded nearly $1.4 million in federal funding for proposed improvements to the Monroeville Road-Wayne Trace intersection.
City of Fort Wayne

Snow hampering garbage collection efforts

Fort Wayne, Indiana, residents are being urged to remove any vehicles parked in their alleys that may be obstructing snow removal and garbage collection.
The V300 Body-Worn Camera. This is the camera the Fort Wayne Police Department wants to purchase for FWPD officers. Image from www.motorolasolutions.com.

City to ask for additional body cameras

Today, Mayor Tom Henry and Police Chief Steve Reed announced the City Administration will request the purchase of additional body cameras for FWPD officers.

COVID liability protections become law

Indiana Governor Holcomb offered the following statement after signing Senate Enrolled Act 1, which provides businesses and schools with COVID liability protections.
City of Fort Wayne

Around the clock plowing continues

The majority of City of Fort Wayne Street Department plow trucks have moved into the residential streets and will continue plowing in those areas all night.