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Fort Wayne Parks and Recreation will host a public meeting to gather input on allocating parks funding and recreational programming over five years beginning in 2023.
Fort Wayne Indiana’s fiscal health is in a strong position as Mayor Tom Henry and City Controller Garry Morr today announced the proposed 2023 budget for the City of Fort Wayne.
Fort Wayne Parks and Recreation crews and contractors continue to clear debris and downed trees and barricade flooded roadways and trails from Tuesday evening’s storms.
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.
The following events and programs are happening during the week of April 18, 2022, in City of Fort Wayne Indiana Parks.
Fort Wayne Parks and Recreation will host two public meetings to gather input on upgrades and improvements to the Foster Park Golf Course opened in 1928.
The Fort Wayne Parks and Recreation's Citizen-Match Tree Planting Program offers a variety of shade tree options for just $50 per tree while supplies last and is accepting applications until July 1, 2022.
The Fort Wayne Board of Park Commissioners will conduct their monthly Board meeting on April 14, 2022.
The Fort Wayne Parks and Recreation Department has decided to close the City Golf Courses for the weekend due to the current weather conditions.
The public is invited to warm up with a family-friendly, 6-mile bike ride along the Pufferbelly Trail as part of the Winterval 2022 event in downtown Fort Wayne, Indiana.