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Milling and paving work along East State Boulevard postponed

Due to the weather conditions, crews will not be performing milling and paving work along sections of East State Boulevard.

City: Tree debris drop-off sites announced

The City of Fort Wayne, Indiana, has set up several tree debris drop-off sites to assist residents in the cleanup from last night's storms.

City: Snow plowing update, 2/25/2022 at 8:14 am

The City of Fort Wayne Street Department continues to clear main street arteries this morning and will also resume pothole patching efforts.

City of Fort Wayne garbage and recycling update

The City of Fort Wayne Solid Waste Department today provided an update on the collection of garbage and recycling by Red River.

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.

Garbage and recycling collection continues on Wednesday – 2/2/2022

Garbage is currently being collected today and will continue this afternoon, depending upon the progress of the snowstorm.

City of Fort Wayne update regarding garbage and recycling collection

Update from the City of Fort Wayne as continued delays with the collection of garbage and recycling materials continues.

Ribbon cutting ceremony celebrates the reconstruction of Burns Boulevard

Today, city officials and residents, along with the City’s Public Works Division, held a ribbon-cutting ceremony to celebrate the completion of the Burns Boulevard Reconstruction Project.

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.

2022 City’s infrastructure improvements announced

Today, the City of Fort Wayne’s Public Works Division released a preliminary list of neighborhood infrastructure improvements for 2022 totaling $38.5 million.