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City Councilmen outline garbage plan, urge leadership from the Mayor

Today, Fort Wayne City Councilman Jehl held a briefing calling for the Mayor to take immediate action to stabilize the current garbage collection service.

Councilman Jehl urges action with garbage collection issues

Fort Wayne City Councilmen Russell Jehl and Tom Didier held a briefing this morning to publicly address the continued issues with Red River and the City of Fort Wayne’s attention to this ongoing problem.
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The reopening of Citizens Square

Today, City of Fort Wayne Mayor Tom Henry announced the reopening of Citizens Square on Monday, January 25, 2021, in downtown Fort Wayne, Indiana.
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Citizens Square will remain closed

Today, Mayor Tom Henry announced Citizens Square would remain closed to the public, with current plans calling for the building to reopen on January 25, 2021.
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Citizens Square to close to the public beginning 11/23/2020

Due to the continued increase in COVID-19 cases, Mayor Tom Henry today announced Citizens Square will close to the public beginning Nov. 23, 2020.

Annual Water Quality Report

Customers of Fort Wayne’s water utility will receive the Annual Drinking Water Quality Report this week.

City-County update on COVID-19 response

Local government, public safety, and health leaders today came together to provide an update on the community’s response to COVID-19.

Citizens Square to close Wednesday

Mayor Tom Henry and the Allen County Board of Commissioners today announced Citizens Square will close to the public beginning Wednesday, March 18, 2020.

Report Main Breaks, Clear Storm Drains

City Utilities water maintenance crews are expecting an increase in the reporting of water main breaks over the next few days.

Pothole increase this weekend?

The past week's weather added with the forecast has/is creating challenges for the city in the form of snow and ice-covered streets, and the possibility of an increase in potholes.