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Around the clock plowing continues

The majority of City of Fort Wayne Street Department plow trucks have moved into the residential streets and will continue plowing in those areas all night.
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City: Snow plowing update

City of Fort Wayne Street Department trucks continue to plow the City’s main arteries this morning and are making good progress.
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City of Fort Wayne snow removal update

The City of Fort Wayne asks that motorists stay off the roads tonight and tomorrow due to the expected heavy snowfall tonight and early tomorrow morning.
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City preparing streets for snowfall event

The City of Fort Wayne is preparing for the winter storm and extended snowfall tonight and tomorrow morning.
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.
City snow plow in action

City prepared for forecasted snowfall

The entire City of Fort Wayne Street Department fleet, including front snowplows, is being checked and will be ready for the forecasted snowfall this weekend.
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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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City completes leaf collection program

The City of Fort Wayne Street Department has completed the neighborhood leaf collection program for 2020.
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First pass of leaf collection wrapping up this week

City officials report that crews will finish the first pass of the annual leaf collection by the end of this week and then begin their second pass.
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Collective Bargaining legislation to be introduced

City Councilman Glynn Hines, Councilman Geoff Paddock, Councilwoman Sharon Tucker today discussed a bill they are co-sponsoring with Councilwoman Michelle Chambers to bring collective bargaining opportunities back to city employees.