City of Fort Wayne Ordinance G-20-07 makes it illegal to place any non-authorized signs within the public right of way and allows for removing any signs without notice.
The City of Fort Wayne today highlighted continued progress with current downtown development projects and shared the challenges the City is faced with when additional projects are proposed.
Mayor Tom Henry joined neighborhood leaders, City Council members, and City Utilities to reveal more than $90 million investment in 2021 City Utility improvements.
Today, Fort Wayne’s Community Development Division announced that 27 neighborhoods have been awarded grants totaling $117,000+ to improve their communities.
Video from the Clean Drains Fort Wayne initiative unveiling held April 22, 2021, at Promenade Park in downtown Fort Wayne Indiana.
Today, Fort Wayne Mayor Tom Henry toured Miss Virginia's Food Pantry to highlight the importance of volunteers during National Volunteer Month.
The clean rivers we all want begin with Clean Drains Fort Wayne, the new three-year collaboration between Friends of the Rivers and Fort Wayne City Utilities.
Fort Wayne Mayor Tom Henry has recognized Blackhawk Christian’s state champion boys basketball team.
Beginning April 12, 2021, Trier Road at the intersection of Maplecrest Road will be closed to traffic for approximately one week.
Veo E-scooters and bikes have returned to Fort Wayne, Indiana.