Tox-Away Day – 10/16/2021

The City’s Solid Waste Department and the Allen County Department of Environmental Management will offer another Tox-Away Day on Saturday, October 16, 2021.

Spraygrounds and Hurshtown Reservoir closing for season

The City’s nine spraygrounds will be turned off for the season after their normal operating hours on Sunday, October 10, 2021.

Last chance to register for the Fair Housing Summit

Registration for the City of Fort Wayne's Metropolitan Human Relations Commission and Office of Housing & Neighborhood Services' 2021 Fair Housing Summit closes on October 4, 2021.

Renaissance Cruise-In Car Show open to public – 10/2/2021

The City of Fort Wayne's Public Works Division will host the first Renaissance Cruise-In car show on Saturday, October 2, 2021, at the Renaissance Pointe YMCA.

Silent Witness display this Friday – 10/1/2021

The Mayor’s Commission on Domestic Violence, Sexual Harassment, and Rape is hosting a Silent Witness display on Friday, Oct. 1 outside the Courthouse Green in downtown Fort Wayne.

City hiring School Crossing Guards

The Fort Wayne Police Department is hiring School Crossing Guards.

Beckett’s Run Trail phase 2 completed

Today, the City of Fort Wayne celebrated completing the second phase of Beckett’s Run Trail, which is a 1.8-mile section of trail between Martin Luther Drive and Clinton Street.

Fort Wayne City Utilities safety and environmental excellence touted

At its recent state conference, the Indiana Water Environmental Association honored Fort Wayne City Utilities' Water Pollution Control Plant in three areas.

Registration now open for Fair Housing Summit on 10/13/2021

Registration is now open for the 2021 Fair Housing Summit featuring speaker Aaron Carr, who is the Founder and Executive Director of the non-profit watchdog group Housing Rights Initiative in New York City.

City of Fort Wayne Solid Waste collection changes on 10/4/2021

Beginning Monday, Oct. 4, 2021, garbage and recycling crews will collect only City of Fort Wayne-issued carts used for residential collection due to the current COVID-19 surge.