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July 6th, 2020

Great American Cleanup™ Postponed

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Due to the COVID- 19 pandemic, Fort Wayne’s annual spring clean, the Great American Cleanup™, is rescheduled for September 19, 2020.
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Illinois Road update

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The repair is complete and all lanes are now open.
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500 neighborhood improvements in 2016

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For the third year in a row the City of Fort Wayne will see record investment in street, sidewalk, ADA ramp and trail upgrades.
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Mayor Henry leads groundbreaking for flood control project

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Fort Wayne Mayor Tom Henry joined residents to break ground for a flood control project that will protect the Fairfield Ditch area in the future.
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Growing recycling appetite leads to new app

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This week, to help residents get easy access to information when they need it, the City of Fort Wayne is launching the free app called RecycleFW.

River levels to be lowered to facilitate levee repair

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News release from the City of Fort Wayne: River Levels to be Lowered to Facilitate Levee Repair Lowering Will Not Affect City Utilities Water Supply A vital...

Councilwoman Goldner and local moms unveil City’s first neighborhood safety-speed zone

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News release from Fort Wayne City Councilwoman Karen Goldner (D-2nd): Councilwoman Goldner and local moms unveil City's first neighborhood safety-speed zone (August 11, 2011) - Today,...

Photos and video from last Monday’s Recycling press conference

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Press release from the City of Fort Wayne: New program makes Recycling easier Registration required for new program (November 15, 2010) - Beginning in January 2011, Fort...

Leaf collection ahead of schedule

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Press release from the City of Fort Wayne: Leaf Collection Ahead of Schedule Crews Move North this Afternoon Weather is always a factor in the amount of...

City Takes National Public Works Week Celebration to Young Students

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Press release from City Utilities: Above, Below and All Around Public Works Makes a Difference - $100 Million in 2010 Improvements City Takes National Public Works Week...