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Update on North Anthony Boulevard partial closure

A small portion of Lake Avenue has lane restrictions for a Trail Project so the stormwater detour will use State Boulevard.

Traffic Alert: North Anthony Boulevard partial closure

To make stormwater improvements in the North Anthony Area neighborhood, lane restrictions and a road closure will begin on Monday, April 18, 2022, on North Anthony Boulevard between Berry Street and Lake Avenue.

Protect water pipes during the cold snap

A reminder from Fort Wayne City Utilities to take precautions to protect water pipes and water meters from freezing during this cold snap.

City Utilities Call Center remains open during winter storm

The impending winter storm has closed City offices for the next two days but, the City Utilities call center will remain open during regular business hours this week.

Hessen Cassel enhancements ribbon cutting

This afternoon, neighborhood residents and city officials joined Deputy Mayor Karl Bandemer to celebrate the completion of the Hessen Cassel Road Phase 2 stormwater and sidewalk improvement.

River levels to be adjusted for winter

This week, in preparation for winter, City Utilities will make the annual adjustments to lower the river levels by raising the Tainter gate at the Hosey Dam.

Customer update on lead and private line replacements

Fort Wayne City Utilities update to customers concerning lead and private line replacements.

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.

Clean Drains Fort Wayne Fest celebrates World Rivers Day

Fort Wayne City Utilities and Friends of the Rivers will hold Clean Drains Fort Wayne Fest on World Rivers Day, Sunday, September 26, 2021.

Attend free rain garden workshops from home

Residents can learn how to install a rain garden and soak up stormwater in their yard from anywhere with City Utilities’ virtual Rain Garden Sessions.