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2022 Taste of the Arts Festival schedule announced

Arts United will host the 14th annual Taste of the Arts Festival on Saturday, August 27, 2022, in downtown Fort Wayne, Indiana.

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.

Photo construction update photos – 5/16/2021

A set of construction update photos of the Electric Works, Van Buren Street Bridge renovation project, and Lutheran Downtown Hospital from yesterday.
Seal of Allen County

Dust Control Applications Deadline – April 30, 2021

Time is running out for Allen County residents who want the County Highway Department to apply dust control material to their stone and gravel roads this spring.
Fort Wayne Mayor Tom Henry

Text: 2021 State of the City address

Text of Fort Wayne Mayor Tom Henry's State of the City address, delivered on February 10, 2021, at the Grand Wayne Center.
Fort Wayne Mayor Tom Henry

2021 highlights: State of the City address #14

Today, Fort Wayne Mayor Tom Henry delivered his 14th State of the City address with a theme of “Fort Wayne – It’s Our Time.”
Ashberry Downtown Star Financial Bank Headquarters Berry Street

STAR’s new downtown Fort Wayne, Indiana HQ

STAR Financial Bank is commencing construction on a new corporate headquarters, a two-tower, mixed-use building with parking, in downtown Fort Wayne, Indiana.
Waldron Circle drop shaft construction

2020: Fort Wayne City Utilities year in photos

The Fort Wayne City Utilities year in photos for 2020.
Southwood Park water main and connections

Fort Wayne City Utility upgrades continue in 2021

In 2020, City Utility upgrades moved forward with more than $100M in water, sanitary, and storm improvements in more than 90 neighborhoods.